MLADIC’S DEFENSE WITNESS PASSES AWAY
Ratko Mladic’s defense witness, forensic pathologist Dusan Dunjic was found dead in his hotel room just hours before he was due to start his evidence. The Dutch authorities are investigating his death
Dusan Dunjic, a professor of forensic medicine from Belgrade, passed away before he was due to start his eighth testimony at the trial of Ratko Mladic. Dunjic was found dead in his hotel room in The Hague, the Tribunal’s press office has stated.
A hotel employee and a Tribunal’s representative found Dunjic’s body. Emergency services were called, but Dunjic was pronounced dead on the scene. The Dutch authorities are investigating Dunjic’s death.
Dunjic had testified seven times before the Tribunal. The prosecution called him at three trials involving the crimes in Kosovo in 1998 and 1999: two trials of Serb political, police and military officials and the trial of the leaders of the former KLA, Ramush Haradinaj, Idriz Balaj and Lahi Brahimaj. Dunjic also testified in the defense of Radovan Karadzic, Stanislav Galic, Dragoljub Kunarac and Vujadin Popovic.
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