Mladic Arrived on the UN Jail Scheveningen

International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) reported that retired Gen. Ratko Mladic arrived on the UN jail Scheveningen, The Hague, Tuesday, May 31, 2011 promptly at 21:25 local time. Mladic was flown from Belgrade and landed on Rotterdam The Hague Airport.

Once the aircraft carrier Mladic that all the windows shut tight landing, it immediately disappeared into the hangar. Some time later drove a convoy of four cars at once with two police helicopters mengangkasa.

Only the security forces who know exactly what Mladic transported to the prison of Scheveningen. High-level security procedures such as transport has also been applied to Slobodan Milosevic and Radovan Karadzic, also indicted for crimes against humanity in the Balkan war.

Previous attempts to appeal Mladic is not handed over to the Yugoslavia Tribunal in The Hague, declined Tuesday morning. Following the rejection, Mladic immediately flown to The Hague at about 17:30 pm Belgrade time.

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