Summary:Looks at the case of DUSKO TADIC, the first man to face an international
war crimes tribunal since Nuremberg and Tokyo 50 years ago, and how he
looks set to become a symbol of the collective crimes which engulfed
north west Bosnia in the summer of 1992. In June 1992 a group of
neighbours gathered together in the garage hanger at Omarska detention
camp in NW Bosnia - there followed an unimaginable scene of torture and
castration. Hours later some of the group staggered out drunkenly, four
more left as corpses in wheelbarrows and two survived to bear witness.