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The amended indictment also charges the defendant with one additional count (count 2, devastation not justified by military necessity). (...) Expressions such as " including but not limited to " and " among others " have been removed. Counts relating to unlawful attacks on civilians and civilian objects (now counts 3 and 4), to the destruction of institutions dedicated to religion or education (now distinguished as count 14), and to the taking of hostages (now counts 17 and 18) have been further specified pursuant to the Decision of Trial Chamber I. (...) Consequently, " [b]ecause the Prosecutor's failure necessarily affects all counts of the Indictment, all counts are impermissibly vague and should be dismissed ". 2. " Count 14 [destruction of institutions dedicated to religion or education] of the Indictment fails to adequately allege a required element of the offence charged ."
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Score: 682211.3 - https://www.icty.org/fr/node/1734
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By the foregoing acts, conduct, practices and omissions and as further described in Paragraphs 15-17, 39 and 218-230, JADRANKO PRLIC, BRUNO STOJIC, SLOBODAN PRALJAK, MILIVOJ PETKOVIC, VALENTIN CORIC and BERISLAV PUSIC are responsible for the following crimes: persecutions , as charged in Count 1; murder (Count 2); wilful killing (Count 3); rape (Count 4); inhuman treatment (sexual assault) (Count 5); deportation (Count 6); unlawful deportation of a civilian (Count 7); inhumane acts (forcible transfer) (Count 8); unlawful transfer of a civilian (Count 9); imprisonment (Count 10); unlawful confinement of a civilian (Count 11); inhumane acts (Count 15); inhuman treatment (Count 16); cruel treatment (Count 17); unlawful labour (Count 18); extensive destruction of property (Count 19); wanton destruction (Count 20); destruction or wilful damage to institutions dedicated to religion or education (Count 21); appropriation of property (Count 22);and plunder (Count 23).
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Score: 682208.74 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/prlic/ind/en/prl-ii040304e.htm
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Simon BIKINDI (ICTR-01-72) Born Education Career 28 September 1954, Revere Commune, Rwanda Singer and composer of Music An official in the Ministry of Youth and Association Movements Indictment Initial indictment: 5 July 2001, Amended Indictment: 22 October 2003, Second amended Indictment: 15 June 2005 Arrested 12 July 2001: Netherlands Transferred to ICTR 27 March 2002 Initial Appearance 4 April 2002: pleaded not guilty to all charges Trial Chamber Judgement 2 December 2008 Appeal Chamber Judgement 18 March 2010 Sentence Served Currently serving sentence CHARGES Count 1: Conspiracy to Commit Genocide Count 2: Genocide Count 3: Complicity in Genocide Count 4: Direct and Public Incitement to Commit Genocide Count 5: Murder as a Crime against Humanity Count 6: Persecution as a Crime against Humanity TRIAL Trial Commenced 18 September 2006 Composition of the Bench: Trial Chamber III Judge Inés Mónica Weinberg de Roca, Presiding Judge Florence Rita Arrey Judge Robert Fremr Judgement 2 December 2008 APPEAL Composition of the Bench: Appeals Chamber Judge Patrick Robinson, Presiding Judge Mehmet Güney Judge Fausto Pocar Judge Liu Daqun Judge Theodor Meron Appeals Judgement 18 March 2010 ICTR CASE PROFILE | THE PROSECUTOR V. SIMON BIKINDI | ICTR-01-72 2 STATISTICS Trial Days 61 Witnesses called by Prosecution 20 Prosecution Exhibits 165 Witnesses Called By Defense 37 Defense Exhibits 69 Site Visit 14-18 April 2008 Case Summary Trial Phase Bikindi was indicted and tried on six counts before the ICTR Count 1: Conspiracy to Commit Genocide: Not Guilty The Chamber found Bikindi not guilty of conspiracy to commit genocide. (...) In this regard, the Chamber found that the Prosecution failed to establish Bikindi’s criminal responsibility for genocide. Count 3: Complicity in Genocide: Not Guilty The Chamber found Bikindi not guilty of complicity in genocide.
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Score: 681461.6 - https://unictr.irmct.org/sites...rmation/en/profile-bikindi.pdf
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Count 2 : Murder, a crime against humanity punishable under Article 5(a) and Article 7(1) of the Statute of the Tribunal. Count 3 : Rape, a crime against humanity punishable under Article 5 (g) and Article 7(1) of the Statute of the Tribunal. (...) Dragan Nikolic entered guilty pleas to all four counts and the Trial Chamber filed a finding of guilt for all four counts.
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Score: 680750.93 - https://www.icty.org/en/press/...all-four-counts-his-indictment
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Count 2 : Murder, a crime against humanity punishable under Article 5(a) and Article 7(1) of the Statute of the Tribunal. Count 3 : Rape, a crime against humanity punishable under Article 5 (g) and Article 7(1) of the Statute of the Tribunal. (...) Dragan Nikolic entered guilty pleas to all four counts and the Trial Chamber filed a finding of guilt for all four counts.
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Score: 680750.93 - https://www.icty.org/en/node/3235
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Cesic, in view of what has been discussed on the 15 meaning of this count this morning, do you plead guilty or not guilty on 16 count 8? (...) Cesic, on count 9? 24 THE ACCUSED: [Interpretation] Guilty, Your Honour. 25 JUDGE ORIE: The Chamber records the plea of guilty on count 9. (...) Cesic, how do you plead on count 11? 13 THE ACCUSED: [Interpretation] Guilty, Your Honour. 14 JUDGE ORIE: The Trial Chamber records the plea of guilty on 15 count 11. 16 Could you please read count 12, Madam Registrar. 17 THE REGISTRAR: Count 12, a crime against humanity, recognised by 18 Article 5(a), murder, of the Tribunal Statute. 19 JUDGE ORIE: Do you plead guilty or not guilty on count 12, 20 Mr.
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Score: 680618.07 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/cesic/trans/en/031008MH.htm
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You are found NOT GUILTY and therefore acquitted of the following counts: Count 7: Inhumane Acts (forcible transfer), a crime against humanity; Count 8: Deportation, a crime against humanity. (...) You are found NOT GUILTY and therefore acquitted of the following counts: Count 2: Conspiracy to Commit Genocide; Count 7: Inhumane Acts (forcible transfer), a crime against humanity; and Count 8: Deportation, a crime against humanity. (...) You are found NOT GUILTY and therefore acquitted of the following counts: Count 1: Genocide; Count 2: Conspiracy to Commit Genocide; and Count 8: Deportation, a crime against humanity.
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Score: 680618.07 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/p...ovic/tjug/en/100610summary.pdf
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Jean MPAMBARA (ICTR-01-65-T) Born Career 1 January 1954, Rukara, Rwanda Bourgmestre of Rukara Commune Indictment Initial indictment: 23 July 2001, Amended Indictment: 7 March 2005 Arrested 20 June 2001: Tanzania Transferred to ICTR 23 June 2001 Initial Appearance 8 August 2001: pleaded not guilty Trial Chamber Judgement 11 September 2006 Sentence Acquitted on all counts CHARGES Count 1: Genocide Count 2: Complicity in Genocide Count 3: Crime Against Humanity (Extermination) TRIAL Trial Commenced 19 September 2005 Composition of the Bench: Trial Chamber I Judge Jai Ram Reddy, presiding Judge Sergei Alekseevich Egorov Judge Flavia Lattanzi Judgement 11 September 2006 STATISTICS Trial Days 29 Witnesses called by Prosecution 10 Prosecution Exhibits 25 Witnesses Called By Defense 16 Defense Exhibits 48 Site Visit 27 April 2005 Case Summary Trial Phase Mpambara was indicted and tried on three counts before the ICTR. Count 1: Genocide: Not Guilty The Chamber found Mpambara not guilty for genocide. (...) Sentence The Chamber acquitted Mpambara on all counts.
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Score: 680409.3 - https://unictr.irmct.org/sites...mation/en/profile-mpambara.pdf
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We have listed here in this paragraph six 17    counts to be withdrawn.  It's actually seven counts.  What is omitted in 18    the plea agreement is count 8. 19            So today the Prosecution would request leave to be allowed to 20    withdraw the seven counts of violations of the laws and customs of war, 21    these counts being count 7, count 8, count 15, count 16, count 43, count 22    44, and count 50.  (...) With the leave of the  3    Trial Chamber, the Prosecution withdraws the remaining counts, them being  4    count 7, count 8, count 15, count 16, count 43, count 44, and count 50.  5            JUDGE ORIE:  Yes. 
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Score: 680003.3 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/zelenovic/trans/en/070117MH.htm
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We have listed here in this paragraph six 17    counts to be withdrawn.  It's actually seven counts.  What is omitted in 18    the plea agreement is count 8. 19            So today the Prosecution would request leave to be allowed to 20    withdraw the seven counts of violations of the laws and customs of war, 21    these counts being count 7, count 8, count 15, count 16, count 43, count 22    44, and count 50.  (...) With the leave of the  3    Trial Chamber, the Prosecution withdraws the remaining counts, them being  4    count 7, count 8, count 15, count 16, count 43, count 44, and count 50.  5            JUDGE ORIE:  Yes. 
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Score: 680003.3 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/stankovic/trans/en/070117MH.htm
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