This chapter deals with the underlying crimes committed by subordinates of the accused and in relation to which he is being prosecuted or charged. It also deals with the question of whether a superior can be held criminally responsible in relation to crimes committed, not by his subordinates but by others, but in relation to which his subordinates took a criminal part.
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