Further on JCE: Quote
John Laughland, author of Travesty: The Trial of Slobodan Milosevic and the Corruption of International Justice, wrote about the Joint Criminal Enterprise Doctrine in 2006. He wrote that
the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia:
"...has invented a doctrine of criminal liability known as ‘joint criminal enterprise.’ It uses this concept, which is so contentious that it is unconstitutional in many jurisdictions, in order to convict people of crimes when even the Tribunal accepts that they did not, in fact, commit them or that the proof is lacking to show that they did."