1. (icj1, 29 November 2014 03:13)The facts are different because the health of the accused is different. You don't need a PhD in Law to understand that simple concept :)

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    You don't need a MD degree to realize that the metastatic colon cancer, which was diagnosed long ago, is not a "different" health condition. The terminal nature of the disease has been recognized for quite some time. The prospect and gross embarrassment of having the accused expire while in uninterrupted detention for 12 years at ICTY, without a verdict, and the feeble charade to camouflage it as a change in "health condition", is in the spirit of the ICTY.... laughable.
    (Amnesty Yugoslavia, 5 December 2014 16:36)

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  2. (icj1, 29 November 2014 03:13) Nice try, but "care(d)" is a lie. "cared" is the correct statement. As usual you distort the facts to match the false "reality" that you want to built. But they don't care in the current operative order which released Seselj.
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    The distortion of reality is the exclusive domain of the ICTY and their apologists. The most recent laughable order suggests they do "care" as it attempts to bypass the requirement of consent by the accused and refers to "trusting" the accused to abide by conditions. Funny to claim the ICTY doesn't "care" when the the ICTY clowns themselves are implicitly invoking a trust criterion in their own written order.
    The apologists for the ICTY not only lack any degree in law, they lack the capacity in simple logical thought.
    (Amnesty Yugoslavia, 5 December 2014 16:05)

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  3. (icj1, 27 November 2014 17:03) Who cares whether the accused accepted or not!

    The clowns at the ICTY care(d). Please refer to the farcical writings regarding the offer of provisional release and its withdrawl in June/July 2014.
    (Amnesty Yugoslavia, 28 November 2014 10:01)

    Nice try, but "care(d)" is a lie. "cared" is the correct statement. As usual you distort the facts to match the false "reality" that you want to built. But they don't care in the current operative order which released Seselj.
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    The flip-flop on past decisions and total disregard for precedence is one of the crowning achievements by the ICTY farce.
    (Amnesty Yugoslavia, 28 November 2014 10:01)

    The precedence holds for similar underlying facts. The facts are different because the health of the accused is different. You don't need a PhD in Law to understand that simple concept :)
    (icj1, 29 November 2014 03:13)

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  4. (icj1, 27 November 2014 17:03) Who cares whether the accused accepted or not!

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    The clowns at the ICTY care(d). Please refer to the farcical writings regarding the offer of provisional release and its withdrawl in June/July 2014.
    The flip-flop on past decisions and total disregard for precedence is one of the crowning achievements by the ICTY farce.
    (Amnesty Yugoslavia, 28 November 2014 10:01)

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  5. After 12 years of farcical comedy, it is plainly obvious that the obstruction of proceedings or the course of justice is the exclusive domain of the ICTY itself.
    (Amnesty Yugoslavia, 27 November 2014 09:37)

    That is your opinion which you are certainly entitled to. But you are not providing any evidence whatsoever supporting your opinion.
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    Laughable. No conditions were presented or accepted by the accused.
    (Amnesty Yugoslavia, 27 November 2014 02:21)

    Who cares whether the accused accepted or not! If the Court finds that the accused violated them, the Court can order for the accused to be brought back to the detention unit. The police will not ask the accused for permission to do that :)
    (icj1, 27 November 2014 17:03)

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  6. " Šešelj... must not obstruct proceedings or the course of justice."

    After 12 years of farcical comedy, it is plainly obvious that the obstruction of proceedings or the course of justice is the exclusive domain of the ICTY itself.
    (Amnesty Yugoslavia, 27 November 2014 09:37)

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  7. Laughable. No conditions were presented or accepted by the accused.
    (Amnesty Yugoslavia, 27 November 2014 02:21)

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  8. Not to worry. The last thing that the Hague wants is to see Seselj back in one of its courts again.
    (Paul, 26 November 2014 22:18)

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  9. bam bam = internet troll
    (Ratko, 26 November 2014 21:01)

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  10. I think the main condition of the Hague is 'die soon', or at least that is probably what they hoping for. I would be mildly amused if he clung on for several years just to spite the tribunal one last time even though I have no time for the man.
    (ned taylor, 26 November 2014 20:44)

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  11. "Hang on, I thought he'd "beaten" the Hague? This makes it sound like they only let him out on medical grounds!"
    (Andy UK, 26 November 2014 10:24)

    Beaten? No, don't you know that his release was a big 'victory' of innocent Seslj over the biased incompetent court?


    P.S: And so much about his 'I will never return to The Hague'.
    (Comm. Parrisson, 26 November 2014 13:36)

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  12. The temporary release will be Seselj's last. The Hague and Europe in general have had enough of this wanna be Adolf Hitler. Seselj may manipulate the poor peasant but the rest of Serbia has woken up to his lies and so called GS promises. Vucic & Nikolic are counting the days to when Seselj is banished from the Serbian Wastelands never to return. Life without parole awaits you Vojo !
    (Bam Bam, 26 November 2014 13:14)

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  13. Hang on, I thought he'd "beaten" the Hague? This makes it sound like they only let him out on medical grounds!
    (Andy UK, 26 November 2014 10:24)

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