John Edwards He swears he didn't break any law, but the one time vice-presidential candidate is sure paying for his indiscretions now. Edwards, 57, has been under investigation for more than two years, and is facing criminal charges on claims he illegally spent US$1 million in campaign contributions to hide his affair with one-time campaign videographer Rielle Hunter. Edwards eventually admitted that he fathered a child with Hunter, but last week he denied he broke any electoral law. Tony Chan Chun-chuen The fung shui master did not see this coming. Chan, 51, was charged with forging the will on which he based his epic failed probate battle tor the billion-dollar fortune of late businesswoman Nina Wang Kung Yu-sum. He was released on HK$20 million bail and HK$20 million surety by his brother. Ratko Mladic After 16 yeas on the run, the hunter has been officially hunted. Ratko Maldic, the notorious general known as the 'Butcher of Bosnia' and the mastermind of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, will be transferred the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, a UN tribunal based in The Hague. The indictment against him cites the massacre, the 44-month siege of Sarajevo, and the creation of camps and detention centres during the 1992-1995 war - all part of a campaign directed against Bosnian Muslims.