JCE2/concentration camps category

Notion(s) Filing Case
Appeal Judgement - 28.02.2005 KVOČKA et al.

182. The Appeals Chamber wishes to point out that, although commonly referred to as the “category known as        concentration camps”, the second category of joint criminal enterprise, known as systemic, covers all
       cases relating to an organised system with a common criminal purpose perpetrated against the detainees.
       This concept of criminal responsibility has been shaped by the case-law derived from concentration camp
       cases from the Second World War, but reference to the concentration camps is circumstantial and in no
       way limits the application of this mode of responsibility to those detention camps similar to concentration

[1] See also Krnojelac Appeal Judgement, para. 89.

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