Three guilty in Bosnia trial
Two Bosnian Muslims and a Bosnian Croat have been found guilty of war crimes at a Yugoslav war tribunal in the Hague.
The presiding judge, Adolphus Karibi-Whyte, sentenced them to jail terms of between seven and 20 years for crimes and atrocities committed against Bosnian Serbs in Celibici prison camp.
Witnesses at the trial described how camp inmates were tortured, beaten to death by guards wielding baseball bats, set on fire, and raped.
Camp commander Zdravko Mucic, a Croat, his Muslim deputy Hazim Delic and guard Esad Landzo, also a Muslim, were found guilty.
was found guilty of murder and rape
and given the heaviest sentence - 20 years.
Judges said he had taken sadistic pleasure in causing pain and created a climate of terror and absolute fear around the camp.