$5,000,000 REWARD FOR CAPTURE OF RADOVAN KARADZIC
Rewards for Justice
Wanted for War Crimes in the Former Yugoslavia
Radovan Karadzic has been indicted by the United Nations War Crimes Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia for the murders and rapes of thousands of innocent civilians in the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina between April, 1992 and July, 1995.
Karadzic also is indicted for genocide, as well as numerous counts of crimes against humanity, including hostage taking of peacekeepers, destruction of sacred places, torture of captured civilians, and wanton destruction of private property.
To bring Karadzic to justice, the United States Government is offering a reward for information.
Individuals who furnish information leading to the arrest or conviction, in any country, of Karadzic or any other indicted war criminal may be eligible for a reward.
In addition to the reward of up to $5 million, informants may be eligible for protection of their identities and relocation for their families.
A reward may also be paid for information leading to the transfer to, or conviction by, the International Criminal Tribunal of an indicted war criminal.