The Security Council could stop me, they could give an amnesty to Milošević. They could do anything they wanted if they felt that an action on my part would provoke the Third World War. That was their problem, not my problem.
Canadian lawyer Louise Arbour took over as ICTY chief prosecutor in October 1996 and remained in office until October 1999. In an interview with SENSE in September 2003, Arbour speaks about the transformation of the Office of the Prosecutor, breaking the arrest blockade of indictees and the first indictment against an acting head of state, the president of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and Serbia, Slobodan Milošević.