The echoes from the war that shook the Balkans after the fall of Yugoslavia can still be heard across Europe. The Hague tribunal is still prosecuting those involved in the events of more than a decade ago. Up until now, the debate over whether the whole process is politically influenced by the powers that be. Is the International Criminal Tribunal truly independent in its decisions? How are prisoners treated while the legal fight goes on? And why is the entire blame for the tragedy of that war put on Serbia? We ask the man who was just recently acquitted. President of the Serbian Radical Party Vojislav Seselj is on Sophie&Co today.