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Lukic claims "media lynching"

Bosnian Serb convicted of Visegrad killings asks for opportunity to address media ahead of appeals hearing

The document is a report by Rachel Irwin published by the Institute for War and Peace Reporting as parts of its reports from the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia on 12 November 2010.
It is a courtside report on how a Bosnian Serb convicted of Visegrad killings asked for an opportunity to address media ahead of the appeals hearing.
Lukic, a former Bosnian Serb reserve policeman, was convicted in July 2009 of personally killing at least 132 Bosniak civilians in the eastern Bosnian town of Visegrad during the summer of 1992, more than 100 of whom were trapped in barricaded houses and burned alive. Milan Lukic was sentenced to life in prison, while his cousin Sredoje Lukic, who was tried alongside him for some of the same crimes, was given 30 years in prison.
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