Hague official guilty of contempt

Former spokeswoman fined for revealing confidential papers relating to Srebrenica.

    Hartmann revealed confidential court papers relating to the Srebrenica massacre [AFP]

    She had faced a maximum sentence of seven years in jail or a $150,000 fine.

    Hartmann's supporters say her trial is an attack on free speech but the court's backers say she has jeopardised future trials.

    SOURCE: Agencies


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