The Dutch prosecutor's office today announced that the circumstances of the war crimes committed in The Hague and the circumstances of the suicide of Slobodan Praljak, former Croatian commander in Bosnia, did not show when and how the high-ranking Croatian officer of potassium cyanide was poisoned at the end of November last year the final ruling after The Hague.
The Dutch investigators did not find any criminal offense in circumstances that led to the suicide of General Praljak, the Croatian Army officer and the Croatian Defense Council (HVO).
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As reported on the website of the Public Prosecutor's Office, they did not know how and when Praljak got the poison. Observation cameras were also examined, which did not seem to suggest that Praljak would have given the poison even if the general had a bottle from which poisoned poison.
They pointed out that possession of potassium cyanide in the Netherlands is not a criminal offense and a dry substance that Praljak can store for a long time. It is estimated that Praljak has committed suicide in the event that a final conviction is found guilty.
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He committed suicide because he could not convince him
Similar findings have been made by the internal investigation that ended in December last year at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia of War Crimes, before closing its doors in 24 years.
The Praljak prisoner in Hague was buried at the cemetery in Zagreb
Praljak, after being sentenced to 20 years' imprisonment in the courtroom on November 29, sang that he was not a war criminal and did not recognize the decisions. He then drank potassium cyanide from a dark brown bottle and later died at the Hague hospital.
Praljak's Croatian lawyer evaluated that his client committed suicide because he could not condemn him for war crimes.
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Praljak died of heart failure. He consumed potassium cyanide.
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