The embarrassment of the prosecution is huge: they didn't prove anything, they used false witnesses and were caught redhanded, they restricted Milosevic legal council and medical treatment, yet he outwits them on every court session. Even though they'd love to convict him, they really have no case, but if they release him then it proves his innocence, which is something they want to avoid. It is therefore only logical that they killed him. The biggest war criminal of the former Yugoslavia was not Milosevic, but Izetbegovic. It is Izetbegovic who invited Al-Qaeda/islamic terrorists to the region in the early 1990's to start a campaign of terror against non muslims. And all the western leaders fell for the Bosnian muslims playing the role of the victims to perfection. International justice is a farce, it always has been and likely always will be.