Autopsy results released in March showed "no indications" that Milosevic had been poisoned [JURIST report] and Dutch investigators found similar results [JURIST report] in their independent probe last month into Milosevic's death at the Scheveningen detention unit [BBC backgrounder]. A team of Swedish investigators completed an independent audit [text; JURIST report] of the Scheveningen facility earlier this month. The auditors expressed concern that ICTY administrative orders, such as allowing a detainee to conduct his own defense, often complicate the enforcement of prison rules and recommended increased coordination between the court and prison officials. Reuters has more.
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