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Bosnian Serb military chief Ratko Mladic's genocide trial finally has gotten under way at the UN war crimes court in The ...
Hague. He was reprimanded for an angry exchange of hand signals with families of massacre victims. (May 16)
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SHOTLIST:POOL - AP CLIENTS ONLYThe Hague - 16 May 2012++4:3++1. Close of Ratko Mladic brushing his glasses against his face as he listens in courtPOOL - AP CLIENTS ONLYFILE: Sarajevo, 1992 ++4:3++2. Various of news file video shown on monitor in court showing night bombing 3. Various of news file showing burning buildings4. Various of news file of people digging graves 5. Various of news file of smoke from shelling6. People running in the street POOL - AP CLIENTS ONLYThe Hague - 16 May 2012++4:3++7. SOUNDBITE (English) Dermot Groome, Prosecutor, overlaid by STILL of Mladic taken from video: "He says quote: "And whenever I come by Sarajevo I kill someone in passing.8. Close of Mladic fidgeting, rubbing his temples and his face (VIDEO OVERLAYS AUDIO in SUBSEQUENT SHOT 9)9. SOUNDBITE (English) Dermot Groome, Prosecutor:"Those who lived in Sarajevo, lived with ever present reality that serious injury or death awaited them each minute." (AUDIO runs under VIDEO in PREVIOUS SHOT 8)AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYSarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina - 16 May 201210. Close of Bakir Izetbegovic, Bosniak Member of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina11. Izetbegovic watching trial of Bosnian Serb general Ratko Mladic on television12. SOUNDBITE (English) Bakir Izetbegovic, Bosniak Member of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina: "We are expecting from the trial, truth. First of all truth and then justice for victims, for the families of victims. It is the worst period in our history."13. Man watching trial on television monitor on streetAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYPale, Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina 14. Close of television screen showing Mladic trial 15. Bosnian Serbs applauding16. SOUNDBITE: (English over Serbian) Krsto Pavic, resident of Banja Luka: "This is a real injustice. He was a hero, and he was a fighter for Serb people."POOL - AP CLIENTS ONLYThe Hague - 16 May 2012++4:3++17. Wide of the International Criminal Tribunal of the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) courtroom18. Various of Mladic19. Prosecutor Dermot Groome20. Slide of document from prosecutor's opening statement, showing a copy of Mladic's orders issued in 1994POOL - AP CLIENTS ONLYFILE: 1994 Exact Dates and Location Unknown ++4:3++21. Various of Mladic talking with reporter AUDIO: English commentarySCRIPTRatko Mladic is finally on trial in The Hague for war crimes. The prosecution played news reports and other video in the courtroom, of the time 20 years ago, during the Balkan war, after Mladic's troops began their ruthless campaign to remove non-Serbs from Bosnian towns and villages.Sarajevo and its infamous sniper alley got particular mention as the prosecutor read out comments Mladic made in a wartime video...SOTBosnia's president was among those closely following the live broadcast....SOTthe trial was playing on street corners and in the homes of those who lost family members during the war. In Srebrenica 8,000 Muslim men and boys had been massacred.But the reaction was different in the Serb heartland, where the general got applause...SOTBack in court, Mladic got a rebuke from the presiding judge about his gestures toward the public gallery, where one woman had called him a vulture.Prosecutors signalled that they'll be using the general's own words against him during the trial, drawing on a stash of his wartime diaries, radio intercepts, and appearances he made on television during the war.(****END****)VIDEO PRODUCER/VOICER: Karen Sloan------------------------------VIDEO SOURCE: POOL/ AP TELEVISION--------------------------VIDEO APPROVAL: Corrin Grant------------------------------VIDEO RESTRICTIONS: AP CLIENTS ONLY----------------------------------WIRE SOURCE: AP------------------------------------