I haven't written anything about this case yet,although it is a very important one.
I figured I should remedy that.
Krajisnik is the former "President of the Assembly of Serbian People in Bosnia and Herzegovina from 24 October 1991 until at least November 1995."
He is charged with:
Crimes Against Humanity
Violations of the Law and Custom of War
The full indictment can be found here: ICTY indictment
The ICTY website also contains transcripts, motions, documents, and other information relating to the case.
Originally, his co-defendant was Biljana Plavsic who pled guilty to a lesser charge and recieved a shorter sentence.
The prosecution is asking for life inprisonment. The defense, is asking for an aquittal.
The verdict is expected to be delievered on Wed.
Here is a collection (in reverse chronological order) of a series of blurbs and synopises about the Krajisnik case from Sense-Agency:
Not the best defense tactic in the world
(It also contains articles that are not about the actual case, but any article where Krajisnik is mentioned)
The articles are all in English, the B/C/S version of the website contains all of the articles that are on the English section of the website, plus additional ones as well.