Professional Suicide Of A Hague Judge

Written by Vesna Skare-Ozbolt, published by Croatian portal Dnevno.hr 26 June 2013 (Translated into English by Ina Vukic) Danish newspaper Berlingske June 13 published judge Frederik Harhoff’s letter, in which he expresses his suspicions that the Hague court president Theodor Meron is under the U.S.A. and Israel governments’ influence, and that he had pressured the […]

The Joint “Criminal” Enterprise Against Judge Theodor Meron

Reblogged from Misetic Law The Joint “Criminal” Enterprise Against Judge Theodor Meron The Inside Story of How Carl Bildt, Intelligence Agencies from the Nordic countries, Serge Brammertz, Florence Hartmann, Mirko Klarin And Others Are Connected to the “Controversy” Designed to Discredit the ICTY’s President, Judge Theodor Meron By Luka Misetic As controversy continues to engulf […]

Debunking Fred Harhoff’s Outrageous Email

Reblogged from Misetic Law By Luka Misetic Much has been made in the past week about the incredibly naive email sent by ICTY Judge Fred Harhoff to 56 of his “closest friends.”  According to the New York Times, on 6 June 2013, Judge Harhoff sent an unsubstantied, highly defamatory email to over 56 people in […]

Prostitution Of Justice A-la-Judge-Frederik-Harhoff Style

Well, it’s been a most interesting (for want of a stronger word) week around interpretations of ICTY judgments that acquitted of war crimes some senior Croat and Serb military leaders, particularly in the past 18 months. Personal, but damming thoughts of Danish Judge Frederik Harhoff, which one can take or leave, have been leaked into […]

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