Croats, ICTY and Communist Yugoslavia Counterintelligence

      11 December 2017 saw the launch of journalist Višnja Staresina new book titled “Hrvati pod KOS-ovim krilom – završni račun Haaškog suda”, translated into English the book title would read: “Croats under the wing of Communist Yugoslavia Counterintelligence Service – The Hague Tribunal’s Final Account”. The book presents as compelling reading particularly […]

Hague Appeals Chamber Reverses Trial Conclusion Against Croatia’s Leaders

  The Hague Tribunal ICTY rejected Monday 18 July 2016 the request of the Republic of Croatian to join the appeal case against the six former Bosnia and Herzegovina Croatian senior officials from the 1990’s Herceg-Bosna part of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Jadranko Prlic, Bruno Stojic, Slobodan Praljak, Milivoj Petkovic, Valentin Coric and Berislav Pusic. As […]

Serge Brammertz’s Belgium commemorates genocidal maniac King Leopold II but Brammertz thinks Croatia’s wrong to commemorate Operation Storm!

It’s taken me a couple of days to calm down. Had I written this post a couple of days ago it would have been done with unrestrained outrage pouring out of my keyboard. Some persons in powerful positions are driven by hypocrisy and ulterior or bigoted political agendas that evoke suspicion, disappointment, bitterness and outrage. […]

Human Rights in Serbia don’t mean much, research suggests

According to the Croatian Defenders internet portal more than 70% of Serbian citizens have a negative attitude towards the Hague tribunal (International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia/ICTY) and consider that the Hague trials do not contribute to the reconciliation process. These are the results from recent research ordered by the Belgrade Centre for Human Rights […]

ICTY Prosecution replies: dump General Mladen Markac’s response

ICTY in the Hague is very busy these days with Prosecution responses and requests regarding the Application and Brief by 12 British, Canadian and American legal and military experts as Friends of the court filed on January 12 and subsequent responses by the appellants Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markac. On February 6 The Prosecution has […]

Legal and military experts support Gotovina and Markac Hague defence challenge

An unprecedented occurrence landed at the Hague on Thursday 12 January. A  25 page Application and Brief by 12 world experts, analysing the ICTY’s April 2011 Judgment on Croatian Generals Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markac in relation to the alleged excessive shelling of Knin, Benkovac, Gracac and Obrovac during 1995 Operation Storm that liberated the […]

Neven Sesardic claims the Hague Is Wrong – Beyond Any Reasonable Doubt

The Croatian Jutarnji List published an article by Neven Sesardic  “The Hague is Wrong – Beyond any reasonable doubt” in the newspaper’s 24-26 December issue. Sesardic examines the ICTY April 2011 judgment on Croatian General’s Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markac with no stones unturned when it comes to the ICTY’s conviction regarding the so-called “joint […]

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