As we have found out a few weeks ago, the ICJ ruled in Bosnia v. Serbia case, without seeing the Serbian government's complete archive. Recently, ICTY prosecutor Geoffrey Nice has alleged that ICTY chief prosecutor, Carla DelPonte was behind this, presumably to assure that that the ICTY would get the conviction of Milosevic the indvidual; at the expense of the state government aparatus of Serbia being found responsible in the ICJ trial. Of course, with Milosevic's (sort of) premature death; if that was indeed the case, that plan obviously backfired horribly. It would not come as a surprise that the ICTY rejected Nice's allegations.
Meanwhile, Del Ponte has somehow been moonlighting as a older version of Turbofolk star, JK. ;-)
At the heart of this matter, is the rhetorical question of whether or not the documents, given the very narrow interpretation of the law, would have effected the outcome of the case.