1. You know what is hilarious about this whole situation. Seselj and his ardent followers on here maintain his total innocence, and Seselj has continuously claimed he DID NOT recognize the authority of the court, but he filed motion, after motion, after motion in this court that he did not recognize. All these motions were intentional to delay the progress of the trial, along with all the "illnesses" he has had such as the delay due to "depression".
    Now if he were truly innocent, he would have been home with his family and probably president of Serbia now. Without his delays the trial would have been over some 6-7 years ago.
    How does that saying go "A lawyer who represents himself has a fool for a client".

    Of course the only justice the victims could ever have is a guilty verdict, but they can have is that he imprisoned himself for at least 20% of his adult life.
    IF he is sick with advance stages of cancer and that is a big IF at this point hopefully the verdict will be announced before his death or, even though unusual, afterward.
    I am sure he will not respond to the court, but that does not really matter. whether he agreed to any conditions or not is irrelevant as stated in his order of release. Nor does it matter if Serbia agreed, the court still has jurisdiction and the ability to order him back, even to issue an arrest warrant which would be honored by Interpol and most of the world. And Serbia's failure to deliver him will come at a very high price!
    (just a thought, 29 April 2015 10:59)

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  2. (Amnesty Yugoslavia, 23 April 2015 17:51)

    LOL, you are making up stuff again.
    (Reader, 28 April 2015 01:06)

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  3. In 2003 Mr.Seselj voluntarily surrendered to ITCY to answer the charges against him.12 years of incarceration with out verdict is more than long enough.Mr. Seselj should not return voluntarily to that low-life institution.Lets history be a final judge on this torturous performance by ICTY.Mr.Seselj basic human rights and liberties are grossly violated.All human beings are entitled to speedy trial.
    (lukebuyenovich, 25 April 2015 14:49)

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  4. Dont touch Him.
    He is the Stability and Peace in Serbia !.

    Arn.Sweden.
    (Arn.Sweden., 23 April 2015 18:03)

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  5. Will be interesting to see whether the accused files a submission. As ICTY judges have acknowledged, no conditions for provisional release were ever presented to the accused. No submission in response to the AC would be fully consistent with the conditions for provisional release.
    (Amnesty Yugoslavia, 23 April 2015 17:51)

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  6. The Appeals Chamber on March 30 ordered the first instance Trial Chamber in the case to "immediately" revoke its ruling granting Seselj provisional release, "because he violated one of the two basic conditions for the release when he stated he would not return voluntarily."

    Dr Seselj is accused of breaking an agreement that never existed. No where is it stated that he should "return voluntarily" or that he should not speak in public or that he should not take part in political activity or that he should not wear a šajkaca or even dance the Fandango.

    Clearly the Hague Despots thought he would die faster than now seems to be possible, and if Vucic calls early elections before Dr Seselj passes away, things could very difficult for NATO's boy. This is the only reason why Dr Seselj must be returned to die in his NATO dudgeon.
    (Michael Thomas, 23 April 2015 17:44)

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