Based on Mr Gotovinas acts and conduct and his participation in, and statements at,
the Brioni meeting, the Chamber found that Mr Gotovina had the state of mind that the
crimes forming part of the objective should be carried out. The Chamber therefore
established that Mr Gotovina was a member of the joint criminal enterprise, and thus
intended that his actions contribute to this enterprise. The Chamber further found that
other charged crimes, although not part of the common purpose, were natural and
foreseeable consequences of the execution of the joint criminal enterprise, and foreseeable
also for Mr Gotovina.