In all, karadzic is the subject of 11 charges before the International Criminal Tribunal in the Hague.
By July 23, karadzic looked like himself, albeit a bit thinner, his skin shallow compared to its wartime ruddy glow.
Yet karadzic, 67, posed before the court as a figure of refinement and learning, incapable of such crimes.
Prosecutors suggested the court has the power to force karadzic to show up.
"What they created there was a place of worship—it's a myth again," karadzic told the court, disputing the number of deaths.
The tribunal is tentatively scheduled to close its doors in 2013, and karadzic, says Mirko Klarin, may be hoping to wait it out.
The tribunal is tentatively scheduled to close its doors in 2013, and karadzic, says Klarin, may be hoping to wait it out.
karadzic let out a few other reminders of his presidential tendencies and self-importance.
"There is no personal connection between me and karadzic," he says.
The grotesque list seems incongruous next to pictures of the man karadzic became to evade capture.