Tribunal Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia

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1 Friday, 18 June 2004

2 [Open session]

3 --- Upon commencing at 9.05 a.m.

4 [The accused entered court]

5 JUDGE ANTONETTI: [Interpretation] In open session, Mr. Registrar,

6 can you please call the case.

7 THE REGISTRAR: Good morning, Your Honours. Case Number

8 IT-01-47-T, The Prosecutor versus Enver Hadzihasanovic and Amir Kubura.

9 JUDGE ANTONETTI: [Interpretation] Appearances for the Prosecution,

10 please.

11 MR. MUNDIS: Good morning, Mr. President, Your Honours, counsel,

12 and everyone in and around the courtroom. For the Prosecution, Tecla

13 Benjamin-Henry, Manoj Sachdeva, Matthias Neuner, Kyle Wood, our intern,

14 the case manager, Andres Vatter, and my name is Daryl Mundis.

15 JUDGE ANTONETTI: [Interpretation] Thank you, Mr. Mundis. I'm

16 turning towards the Defence for their appearances.

17 MS. RESIDOVIC: [Interpretation] Good morning, Mr. President, good

18 morning, Your Honours. On behalf of General Hadzihasanovic, Edina

19 Residovic, counsel, Stephane Bourgon, co-counsel, and Muriel Cauvin, legal

20 assistant. Thank you very much.

21 JUDGE ANTONETTI: [Interpretation] The other Defence team, please.

22 MR. IBRISIMOVIC: [Interpretation] Good morning, Your Honours. On

23 behalf of Mr. Kubura, Rodney Dixon, Fahrudin Ibrisimovic, and Nermin

24 Mulalic, legal assistant. Thank you.

25 JUDGE ANTONETTI: [Interpretation] Thank you. The Chamber would

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1 like to greet everybody present here in the courtroom, especially the new

2 persons sitting on the Prosecution Bench. I would like to also greet the

3 Defence teams who are present today. I would like to greet the accused

4 and all the staff of this courtroom who are allowing us and enabling us to

5 hold this session in the best possible way.

6 Mr. Registrar, can we now go into closed session, please.

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23 THE REGISTRAR: Your Honours, we are back in open session.

24 JUDGE ANTONETTI: [Interpretation] In open session, Mr. Mundis, the

25 schedule for next week, would you like to tell us whether there have been

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1 any changes to the schedule. We would like to begin on Monday with the

2 witnesses that have been scheduled. So have there been any changes to

3 that?

4 MS. BENJAMIN: Mr. President, in terms of the order, on Monday

5 instead of Mr. Smirko being first, I think Omerkic, the archivist himself

6 will be first. And then Mr. Smirko, because Mr. Smirko is just like a

7 recorder clerk in the archives. And the order continues the same. And I

8 think on Friday, we're going to have the investigator, Peter Hackshaw.

9 JUDGE ANTONETTI: [Interpretation] If I understand you well, on

10 Monday we have Mr. Omerkic first, followed by the employee whose name is

11 Smirko. Maybe we will hear him on Tuesday. On Wednesday, we have the

12 former investigator Mr. Tauro. On Thursday, we have Judge Adamovic. And

13 maybe also on Friday. And on Friday, according to the schedule, we have

14 your investigator Peter Hackshaw. Is that correct?

15 MS. BENJAMIN: Correct, Mr. President.

16 JUDGE ANTONETTI: [Interpretation] Thank you.

17 Mr. Bourgon, just a couple minutes.

18 MR. BOURGON: [Interpretation] Very briefly, Your Honour, we have

19 not received Mr. Hackshaw's statement, and my learned friends have

20 promised that they would send it to us as soon as possible. If possible,

21 at the beginning ever the week so as to enable us to prepare for this

22 witness.

23 JUDGE ANTONETTI: [Interpretation] Mrs. Benjamin, obviously they

24 need to be provided with the statement as soon as possible; that is,

25 Mr. Peter Hackshaw's statement, and he's supposed to testify on Friday.

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1 MS. BENJAMIN: Mr. President, at this moment, he's just putting

2 the finishing touches. And presumably this afternoon they may be able to

3 have it, or the first thing on Monday morning.

4 JUDGE ANTONETTI: [Interpretation] Mr. Bourgon, the Prosecution has

5 made a promise to send it to you on Monday. If there is nothing else, I

6 would like to thank all of you, and I invite you to be back here on Monday

7 at 14.15 hours. Thank you.

8 --- Whereupon the hearing adjourned at 1.59 p.m.,

9 to be reconvened on Monday, the 21st day of June,

10 2004, at 2.15 p.m.

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