Ari, if he is extradited, he will face trial in front of our Supreme Court in Sarajevo, but he can't recieve death penalty, as it was abolished. More likely, he would recieve 30-40 years of imprisonment. He would then serve his sentence at the "Correctional Facility Zenica" in the City of Zenica. It is the most notorious prison in the former Yugoslavia, and dreaded by every war criminal, especially those who participated in the genocide. They are not treated kindly, because many inmates have lost someone during the war.
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from the article: Israeli man arrested for alleged involvement in Bosnia genocide