Joint injustice against Croatia so far – Joint justice from now on

Croatian Generals Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markac

Video now with subtitles in the English language!

Joint Injustice (Udruzena Nepravda) – a documentary film
Produced by Vecernji List newspaper, Croatia
Author and Director: Jadranka Juresko-Kero, August 2012

All participants in this documentary film are independent professionals who have no association whatsoever with the ICTY in the Hague, with its Prosecutor or with the Defence of Croatian Generals Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markac.

Participants are:
Mirjan Damaska, Law Professor, Yale University, USA
Brian Gallagher, British journalist, UK
Mishka Gora, Historian, writer and humanitarian aid worker from Tasmania, Australia
Robin Harris, Historian, writer, adviser to UK Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, UK
Neven Sesardic, Professor of Philosophy, Lingnan University, Hong Kong
Goran Visnjic, Actor – widely known for his role as Dr Luka Kovac in the hit TV series ER, USA, numerous Hollywood and Croatian movies the latest of which many know is The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo
Ina Vukic, Psychologist, writer, humanitarian aid worker and author of “Croatia, the War, and the Future” blog, Australia

Documentary film “Joint Injustice” is a Vecernji List newspaper and journalist Jadranka Juresko-Kero story about the court process against Generals Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markac, about the workings of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) in the Hague, about the effects of the original ICTY Trial Chamber judgment, and explains possible judgments of joint criminal enterprise that implicate the whole of the Croatian nation.

The film talks about the participants’ experiences and opinions on the workings of the Hague Tribunal and about the original judgments against the Croatian Generals, who expect the ICTY Appeal Chamber to deliver its decision in December 2012.

All the participants in this documentary have followed closely the work of the ICTY Tribunal for many years and conclude that the court proceedings demonstrate failings of an ad hoc court and that the judgment against the Croatian Generals dated 15th April 2011 was delivered on the basis of inadequately confirmed and inadequately legally relevant evidence.

They talk of the repercussions a confirmation of the original judgment against Gotovina and Markac might have upon Croatia, especially those allegations dealing with criminal enterprise and deportations of Serbs during the military operation “Storm” in August 1995, which liberated Croatian territory from Serb occupation.

This film is the result of the labour of love for truth and justice! Enjoy and spread the good word here and via Youtube video above about Croatia’s struggles amidst brutality to become independent and democratic. Ina Vukic, Prof. (Zgb); B.A., M.A.Ps. (Syd)


  1. Reblogged this on Eyes of the Mind and commented:
    The documentary film ‘Udruzena Nepravda’ can now be viewed with English subtitles.

    Now I don ‘t need to translate the Truth about early nineties in Croatia, thanks to your articles in English! And, of course, your presentation of the TRUTH, which is objective and true, not false.
    Thank you, Ina :).

  3. Michael Silovic says:

    very good documentary. maybe we can send a copy to each of the judges in the Hague for their viewing. Then i hope they will see we need the generals freed now!

  4. I fear the Serb propoganda machine (and the Croatian far left) has done too much damage for the dear Generals to be set free.
    They’re claws have even grabbed onto Bob Dylan of all people, “black people could sense “Klan blood and Jews could sense Nazi blood adding and the Serbs can sense Croatian blood.”

    The Serbs have always marketed themselves as the victims, the Jews of the Balkans, survivors of their own ‘holocaust’, and in this way have sought to affiliate themselves with the real survivors of the Holocaust. It is a pity that some Jews, like Dylan, have fallen for that marketing ploy. But it shows that Serb propoganda is so entrenched that it affects not just the courts but also the media.

  5. Michael silovic says:

    Under the Hague-based court’s founding statute, it can only step in if a country where crimes were committed is unable or unwilling to prosecute, a legal principle called complementarity. I have not read anywhere that Croatia did not want to try him in our own country. We were both willing and able to do so and I see no evidence anywhere that we were not capable of doing so.This alone should have been enough to free our generals back to our country to stand trial.This goes to further proof that the generals were being used for political purposes only.

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