Dragan Obrenovic released earlier for ‘extraordinary collaboration’

The Hague Tribunal has approved the early release of Dragan Obrenovic, who has served 10 out of a total of 17 years in prison for war crimes in Srebrenica.

Patrick Robinson, then President of the Hague Tribunal, approved Obrenovic’s release before he had served even two thirds of his sentence.

“This has been considered a necessary condition in the Tribunal’s practice so far, but due to Obrenovic’s ‘extraordinary collaboration’ with the Hague Tribunal, the decision has been made prior to the expiration of two thirds of his sentence, which would be August 2012,” the decision says.

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