Involvement of several persons
|Appeal Judgement - 19.05.2010||
BOŠKOSKI & TARČULOVSKI
154. […] more than one person can be criminally responsible for planning a statutory crime. Hence, even if [the President of the FYROM or a higher official at the MoI] had been involved in the planning, this would not render unreasonable the Trial Chamber’s finding that Tarčulovski was criminally responsible for planning. […].
 Kordić and Čerkez Appeal Judgement, paras 26, 29 and 31. The Appeals Chamber further notes that the legal elements of planning did not require Tarčulovski to be the originator of the plan.