Bosnia: case against the 58 people suspected of assisting Karadzic was suspended

Bosnia’s state prosecution has suspended an investigation into 58 people suspected of assisting Hague indictee Radovan Karadzic while he was in hiding.

Karadzic, who is currently on trial at the Hague Tribunal accused of crimes against humanity and genocide in Bosnia, was in hiding in Bosnia and Serbia from 1996 until 2008, when he was captured in Belgrade and transferred to the Hague to face trial.

The case against the 58 people suspected of assisting Karadzic financially was suspended due to lack of evidence.

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