Milosevic Genocide Case Faltering

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Milosevic Genocide Case Faltering

Legal experts said it's likely that Slobodan Milosevic will be acquitted of genocide at the conclusion of his U.N. war-crimes tribunal. What do you think?
  • "They wasted two years questioning an innocent man, and the real genocider is still out there somewhere."

    Larry Robinson
    Dishwasher
  • "All this because the witness who'd been out walking his dog couldn't say whether he saw the genocide happen at 10:15 or 10:30."

    Shirley Green
    Salesperson
  • "I'm surprised that Milosevic was able to plead his case down to 180,000 charges of vehicular manslaughter."

    Frank Young
    Sound Engineer
  • "I hope they provided him with a good rehabilitation program while he was in jail. Otherwise, he's just going to wind up committing more genocides."

    Eric Nelson
    Curator
  • "When I look in his eyes, I don't see a genocidal butcher. I see a man who needs a hug, and I'm the woman who's going to give it to him."

    Anna Wright
    Illustrator
  • "Who's his defense lawyer? 'Cause I just crushed three people in a drunken backhoe incident, and I totally don't wanna go to jail."

    Josh Turner
    Systems Analyst
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