6 ILSA J. Int'l & Comp. L. 485 (1999-2000)
Judgments Rendered in 1999 by the International Criminal Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and for Rwanda: Tadic (App. Ch.); Aleksovski (ICTY); Jelisic (ICTY); Ruzindana & (and) Kayishema (ICTR); Serushago (ICTR); Rutaganda (ICTR)

handle is hein.journals/ilsaic6 and id is 495 raw text is: JUDGMENTS RENDERED IN 1999 BY THE
INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL TRIBUNALS FOR
THE FORMER YUGOSLAVIA AND FOR RWANDA:
TADIO- (APP. CH.); ALEKSOVSKI (ICTY); JELISIC
(ICTY); RUZINDANA & KAYISHEMA (ICTR);
SERUSHAGO (ICTR); RUTAGANDA (ICTR)
Kelly D. Askin*
I.  THE APPEALS CHAMBER ................. ............ 487
II. 1999 APPEALS CHAMBER JUDGMENTS: TADIC JUDGEMENT .. 487
A. Tadid's Appeal Against Judgment .................. 488
1.  Inequality ofArms  ..........................  488
2. Appeal of Conviction for the Murder of Two
Policemen  .............................. 489
B. Cross-Appeals by the OTP ....................... 490
1.  Grave Breaches and Protected Persons .. ....... 490
2. Insufficient Evidence as to the Killings in Jaskid .. 491
3.  Crimes Against Humanity - Purely Personal
M otives  ...................................  492
4.  Crimes Against Humanity - Discriminatory Intent . 492
5. Disclosure of Defense Witness Statements ....... 493
C.  Sunmary  ......................................  494
11. 1999 ICTY Trial Chamber Judgments ................... 495
C. Aleksovski Judgement .......................... 495
B.  The Jelisidc udgement  ...........................  499
IV. 1999 ICTR TRIAL CHAMBER JUDGMENTS ................ 500
A.  Serushago Sentence  .............................  500
B. Kayishema & Ruzindana Judgement ................ 500
1.  Genocide  .................................  501
2.  Crimes Against Humanity .................... 502
3.  Violations of Common Article 3 and
Additional Protocol I  .......................  502
4.  Legal Findings  .............................  503
C.  Rutaganda Judgement ...........................  504
*   This is an expanded and slightly different version of an article published by the Center for
Human Rights and Humanitarian Law, Washington College of Law, American University, in Kelly D. Askin,
News From the International Criminal Tribunals, 6(4) HUM. RTS. BRIEF 6 (1999).

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