Ratko Mladic, Balkan War Crimes Criminal Arrested

Thursday, May 26, 2011

Bosnian Muslim woman, Munira Subasic, survivor of Srebrenica genocide in 1995, watches a video of warcrime fugitive, Ratko Mladic, broadcasted by Bosnian Television, in Sarajevo, on June 1 (ELVIS BARUKCIC/AFP/Getty)

Ratko Mladic, the last of Serbia's three major suspected war criminals was arrested Thursday morning on charges of genocide. Wanted for war crimes and masterminding the Srebrenica massacre, Mladic had been hiding for over a decade. Chris Hedges is the former Balkan Bureau Chief for The New York Times. He reported on the massacre and remembers the horrible crimes perpetrated by Mladic.


Chris Hedges

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