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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT

SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK


S. KADIC, on her own behalf and on behalf of
her infant Sons BENJAMIN and OGNJEN,
INTERNACIONALNA INICIATIVA ZENA                                                              93 Civ. 1163 (PKL)
BOSNE I HERCEGOVINE "BISER," ZENE
BOSNE I HERCEGOVlNE ("ZENA BiH"), RECEIVED
NUSRETA SIVAC. S.A., on her own behalf                                                        JUDGMENT 1 1 2000
and as administratrix of her mother's estate, J.J.,
N.S., S. MENKOVIC, and H. HARAMBASIC.                                                        CHAMBERS OF
PETER K. LEISURE

Plaintiffs.                                                                                                   USDJ/SDNY

- against -

RADOVAN KARADZlC.

Defendant.

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This action came on for trial before the Court and a jury, Honorable Peter K. Leisure, District Judge, presiding, and the issues having being duly tried and the jury having duly rendered its verdict, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED AND ADJUDGED AND DECREED that:

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT

SOUTHERN DISTRICT Of NEW YORK

S. KADIC, on her own behalf and on behalf of

her infant sons BENJAMIN and OGNJEN,                                                        93 Civ. 1163 (PKL)

NTERNACIONALNA INICIATIVA ZENA

BOSNE I HERCEGOVINE "BISER," ZENE

BOSNE I HERCEGOVINE ("ZENA BiH"),

NUSRETA SIVAC, S.A.., on her own behalf                                                   

ORDER AND PERMANENT

and as administratrix of her mother's estate, J.J.,                                           INJUNCTION

N.S., S. MENKOVIC, and H. HARAMBASIC,

Plaintiffs,


- against -


RADOVAN KARADZIC,


Defendant.

LEISURE, District Judge:

The Court having entered all Order on June 13, 2000, and the jury having rendered its verdict on August 10, 2000, and based upon the evidence presented ar the trial that commenced on July 31, 2000, the Court finds that the plaintiffs suffer a substantial risk of irreparable injury, have inadequate legal remedies, and remain threatened by defendant's pursuit of ethnic genocide under a pattern and practice of systematic human rights violations, including rape, enforced prostitution, forced pregnancy, torture, wrongful death, extrajudicial killing, and sex and ethnic inequality, and that the public interest mandates a permanent injunction for the defendant's conduct, in favor of the plaintiffs, S. Kadic, Nusreta Sivac, S.A., Jadranka Cigelj, N.S., S. Menkovic, H. Harambasic, Tesma Elezovic, A.G., R.L., R.G., and M.S., and all of their families, and in favor of Biser Internacionalna Iniciativa Zena Bosne I Hercegovine ("Biser") and Zene Bosne I Hercegovine ("Zena BiH"), and all of their members. Following an eight-day trial, and having considered the evidence presented at the trial, the Court hereby makes the following additional findings of fact:

NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED, ADJUDGED, AND DECREED AS FOLLOWS:

PERMANENT INJUNCTION


DATED this 6th day of August, 2000.

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