If you knew where Karadzic was hiding, how would you report it (and collect the $5 million reward)?
The State Department's website, www.rewardsforjustice.net, offers information on international fugitives and rewards in thirteen languages. Surprisingly, Serbo-Croatian is not one of those languages, meaning that potential informants in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Montenegro who do not speak English are effectively precluded from reporting tips and information on fugitive war criminals to the US government.
I'm certain that there are Serbs, Bosnians, and Montenegrins who would love to send Radovan Karadzic to the Hague. But what can they really do? Even if they know where Karadzic is, their only local contacts are local police (and not surprisingly, Karadzic will probably only stay in those places where local police will protect his coterie). Most would never see NATO, EU, or American officials or forces, and wouldn't know how to report information. A rewards website in Serbo-Croatian could bridge this gap, but it doesn't exist.
The Rewards for Justice site offers "up to $5,000,000 Reward" for information leading to the capture of Karadzic.
Potential informants who do speak English or one of the other languages in RFJ can submit anonymous tips on the website, or call 1-800-US REWARDS with information.