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Accord Kvocˇka et al. Appeal Judgement, supra note 46, para. 83; Vasiljevic´ Appeal Judgement, supra note 46, para. 99; Ntakirutimana and Ntakirutimana Appeal Judgement, supra note 46, para. 465. Tadic´ Appeal Judgement, supra note 3, para. 204. , Danner and Martinez, supra note 5, p. 110 (arguing, inter alia, that the post-Second World War cases cited by Tadic´ ‘do not support the sprawling form of JCE, particularly the extended form of this ` and Laura M. ’, (2004) 2 Journal of International Criminal Justice 606, 615 (arguing that ‘a closer inspection of the authorities and practice cited in Tadic´ as giving rise to a customary norm of international law in relation to the third category of joint criminal enterprise, the extended form, reveals that the acceptance of such liability was limited’ and that the Appeals Chamber ‘appear[s] to have cited only one case [ – D’Ottavio et al.
Moreover, as Professors Danner and Martinez rightly point out, not all of the judgements cited by Tadic´ are widely available, and some are available only as summaries prepared by the UN War Crimes Commission in the years after the judgements were rendered. Danner and Martinez, supra note 5, p. 110 n. 141. In addition, the relevant citations in Tadic´ itself concede that at least two of the postSecond World War cases relied upon therein were unpublished handwritten judgements, which were made available to the ICTY and placed on record in its library.
Yet in a subsequent paragraph, the Tadic´ Chamber refers to these cases as evidence of customary international law manifesting the existence of liability for participation in a common purpose or design, and contrasts them with Italian and German cases that applied the notion of co-perpetration: It should be noted that in many post-Second World War trials held in other countries, courts took the same approach to instances of crimes in which two or more persons participated with a different degree of involvement.
International Criminal Law Practitioner Library, Vol. 1: Forms of Responsibility in International Criminal Law (The International Criminal Law Practitioner) (v. 1) by Gideon Boas, James L. Bischoff, Natalie L. Reid