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Mladic removed from courtroom, refuses to enter plea

04. July 2011. | 15:02

Source: Tanjug

ICTY indictee Ratko Mladic was on Monday removed from the courtroom, after Judge Alphonso Orie ordered that he be removed for disrupting courtroom order.

ICTY indictee Ratko Mladic was on Monday removed from the courtroom, after Judge Alphonso Orie ordered that he be removed for disrupting courtroom order.

I will not listen to this without my lawyer, you are not a court, you do not let me breathe, Mladic yelled while Judge Orie was reading the decision on his removal.

Previously, Mladic refused to enter a plea, and required an additional one month deadline to prepare his defence with his defence team.

The ICTY Secretariat is yet to appoint Mladic a permanent counsel from a list submitted by Mladic himself, so that his court-appointed lawyer Aleksandar Aleksic was in the courtroom today.

The ICTY Secretariat said it would decide on Mladic's legal representatives by August 1.

When asked to enter his plea, Mladic said he did not have to speak or accept anything without his own lawyers.

Orie stated that the appointment of a defence counsel was up to the indictee and the ICTY Secretariat, adding that the chamber would enter a not guilty plea in his name if he chose not say anything.

Aleksic stated his communication with Mladic had been normal until Monday, when the indictee refused any contact.

Mladic interrupted Orie multiple times during the session and spoke when his microphone was off.

He entered the courtroom with his hat on, but Orie told him to take it off while inside.

The chamber decided to schedule the status conference once the secretariat informs them about the appointment of Mladic's permanent defence counsel.


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