The Hague Tribunal Prosecution has demanded at least a 20 years’ prison sentence for former KLA commander Ramuš Haradinai, for war crimes committed against Serbs and other civilians in a KLA camp in the village of Jablanica, near Dečani, Kosmet, in 1998. At the end of the retrial, the prosecutors demanded the same sentence for the co-defendants, Idriz Baljaj and Ljah Brahimaj. The three have been charged on six counts of the indictment, including the murder of at least eight people held captive in Jablanica. The retrial began in August 2011. After the first trial, in April 2008, Haradinaj and Baljaj were acquitted, while Brahimaj was sentenced to six years’ imprisonment. Having accepted the prosecution’s appeal against the verdict, the Tribunal’s Chamber of Appeals ordered, in July 2010, that the trial be repeated on six of the original 37 counts of the indictment. The trial has been marked by the intimidation and unresolved deaths of witnesses in Kosovo.