Plaintiffs in a class action filed against accused Balkan war criminal Radovan Karadzic may never see a dime, but they will now be suing as individuals rather than as a class, following a New York Southern District ruling.

Judge Peter K. Leisure, applying new standards outlined by the U.S. Supreme Court for limited fund class actions, reversed himself and decertified the class after finding that plaintiffs failed to present evidence as to Karadzic’s assets in the seven-year-old case of Doe v. Karadzic, 93 Civ. 0878.

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