Honestly, I have to agree that it would have to take a miracle for Milosevic to get a fair trial in Serbia. There is still so much corruption in the government...I mean just look at how Milosevic maintained so much power after he was ousted from office. The fact is, Milosevic still has a thin, but resolute band of supporters in high places, and the judges don't have the guts to to trod on their toes.
As far as the circumstances of Milosevic's extradiction...that's just more evidence of the country's corruption.
It is absolutely correct that Slobo bears much of the responsibility for the wars in Croatia and Bosnia, although the specific war crimes indictment only refers to Kosovo. But still, I think its better that Milosevic's actions are being looked at on an international scale.
BTW, its interesting that you make the mention that Pinochet had himself declared insane. I'm sure Milosevic could have managed the same had he been tried in his own country. I mean, he's threatened to commit suicide on a number of occasions, and after his arrest, Milosevic himself pulled out a pistol and threatened to start shooting his captors.
What's a pity is that the stupid EU is after people like Milosovic when there are worse atrocities being commited in other places
More PRESSING circumstances I'll grant. But, otherwise, what you said doesn't make much sense.
You sound as though you are trying to compare Milosevic to someone else? If you're suggesting that there are current-day leaders in other countries (in the Balkans, presumably) who are promoting the same sort of ethnic cleansing that Milosevic did during this tyranny, I would like to hear about it...