Indicted genocidal war criminal Ratko Mladic is back in court for his extradition to The Hague after his lawyer called off the hearing Thursday, saying Mladic was unable to communicate. The lawyer is arguing that his client is unfit to stand trial, a claim the Serbian war-crimes prosecutor says is an exaggeration and a delaying tactic. Serbian media say that one of the 69-year-old former commander's arms is paralyzed, probably because of a stroke. Mladic was indicted in 1995 for the killings of about 7,500 Bosnian Muslim men and boys in Srebrenica, among other crimes. Serb nationalists still regard him as a hero, however, and his arrest sparked clashes between ultranationalists and police in the northern city of Novi Sad.