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Having found above that the Accused could not be held responsible through his participation in the Srebrenica JCE for the killings which occurred prior to his conversation with Deronjić on 13 July, wherein he agreed to the killing aspect of the common plan to eliminate, the Chamber will now consider the Accused’s responsibility as a superior pursuant to Article 7(3) of the Statute. In this regard, the Chamber will consider whether the Accused is responsible for failing to punish these killings.
The Accused submits that he lacked knowledge or reason to know that crimes had been committed by his subordinates in Srebrenica, he lacked effective control over the perpetrators, and he took necessary and reasonable measures to punish the perpetrators. According to the Accused, a review of the information available to him as of August 1995, demonstrates that there was nothing to indicate to him that crimes had occurred. Therefore, the Prosecution has failed to prove beyond reasonable doubt that the Accused knew or should have known that crimes had been committed in connection with the fall of Srebrenica. Lastly the Accused claims that he took necessary and reasonable measures to punish the perpetrators, even though he no longer was required to request an investigation after the Tribunal indicted him for the Srebrenica events.
originally posted by: Vasa Croe
Dig the pit prior to everyone joining the party. March them into it then push the dirt over. Based on the average person being 6-7 sq ft of space and a 10 foot deep pit, you re looking at about 1.4 acres. This could be dug out in a day, so it really just depends on how quickly you can put 8500 people in it.