1. No wonder 96% of the criminals are Serbs of ex Yugo and Serbs idolize their beastual criminals as hero's go figure

    Look whos talking, a croat that belongs to a people that filled the centre of Zagreb with 50 000 people or more to celebrate the homecoming of 2 of the biggest warcriminals in ex yu. Seselj didnt commit any crimes whatsoever and shouldve been released a long long time ago but we all know this "court"is a anti-serb farse and nothing else. And btw Lenard ever heard about Ante Pavelic, Maks Luburic and Jasenovac?The history knows the croats as the losers of 2 world wars and nazi and fasist suckups, you sure have a history to be proud of.
    (Daniel, 14 April 2013 18:59)

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  2. I'm sorry to disappoint you Croats, Muslims, and Albanians, but the Hague Tribunal has no case. He has made a mockery of this "court".
    (Princip, 12 April 2013 23:57)

    I bet your " hero " ( for me a full blown terrorist ) will not come home on oktober 30.
    (Bridge, 13 April 2013 10:49)

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  3. So let's see. He's been convicted three times for contempt, which means there were three trials for those charges alone. B92 hasn't delved into what the charges were, and neither have any of the posters here, but they relate to sensitive information that Seselj failed to protect. These types of rules are no-brainers, my friends. When the identity of a witness is protected, you don't divulge the person's name. As someone considered by some to possess one of the greatest legal minds in Serbia, Seselj ought to have known better. But anyway, however straightforward compared to the war crimes indictment, these trials do take time, so you can bet that the number of court days devoted to them adds up to a decent chunk. Then throw in the hunger strike and the health issues, plus the time spent fighting for reimbursement of his legal costs, and...voi la! Suddenly, the 122 months in detention start to make sense.
    (Nenad, 13 April 2013 03:58)

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  4. This demented guy is a sad example of the sad state of Serbian leadership these days. Unfortunate for Serbia's neighbors and Serbs themselves.
    (Bob, 13 April 2013 02:15)

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  5. Seselj = Hero

    I'm sorry to disappoint you Croats, Muslims, and Albanians, but the Hague Tribunal has no case. He has made a mockery of this "court".
    (Princip, 12 April 2013 23:57)

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  6. This process is a shame and is violating the European Convention on Human Rights!
    Article 6 stipulates:
    "In the determination of his civil rights and obligations or of
    any criminal charge against him, everyone is entitled to a FAIR
    and public hearing WITHIN A REASONABLE TIME by an INDEPENDENT
    and IMPARTIAL tribunal established by law."

    This tribunal is neither fair nor independent or impartial and it would be very difficult to pretend that over 10 years of detention constitutes a reasonable time-frame for declaring somebody guilty or innocent!
    (Joachim, 12 April 2013 20:27)

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  7. Get the noose ready!
    (Captain America, 12 April 2013 19:50)

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  8. Šešelj, who has been representing himself at the trial, said in his closing argument that he should be acquitted “because there is not a single reason” to convict him. Ya that is normal for Serbs to do all those heinous crimes and the world makes it a crime ,what's the world coming to. No wonder 96% of the criminals are Serbs of ex Yugo and Serbs idolize their beastual criminals as hero's go figure. They just don't get it what they did wrong and why nothing is going good for them. Where is Serbian Patriarch Irinej to explain Gods law o never mind he dose not know the dumb blind leading the blind.
    (Lenard, 12 April 2013 18:18)

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  9. Thats my birthday maybe a guilty verdict will be my present!
    (a New Day, 12 April 2013 17:42)

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  10. there should be mass protests all over for the release of this hero.....
    (sasha, 12 April 2013 17:20)

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