Guardian writer complains that presumption of innocence for Serbs may be extended to others by Jay Knott (08/14/13) ⇌ (War crimes)
The Guardian finds 'legal experts' who are concerned that the presumption of innocence in war crimes tribunals may 'will make it difficult to deliver justice in the wake of massacres'. For example, the fact that three Serbian politicians have recently been acquitted makes it harder to charge Bush, Blair and Obama.
I'm being sarcastic. What the article really says is that failing to convict Serbs may lead to similar failures to convict African and other alleged war criminals who don't happen to serve apparent Western interests.