Radovan Karadzic Genocide Against Croats And Bosniaks ICTY Trial At Its End

  On Monday 29 September 2014 the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) in the Hague heard the Prosecution’s final arguments in the genocide and war crimes trial of former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic, charged with some of the worst atrocities in Europe since World War II, including the Srebrenica massacre of […]

Croatian Serb War Crimes Indicted Goran Hadzic – An Ordinary Family Man From Hell

  A significant war crimes case at the Hague against Goran Hadzic has last week Thursday 3 July reached its defence stage. In 1992, Goran Hadzic was elected President of the self-proclaimed Republic of Serbian Krajina (RSK), a territory seized from Croatia by Serbs in rebellion against Croatia’s declaration of independence from communist Yugoslavia. According […]

Croatia: End Sexual Violence In Conflict – Get Minister Vesna Pusic Out Of Project

  Author of original text in Croatian: Vedrana Milas, Objektiv, 23 April 2014 Translated into English: Ina Vukic In late March 2014, the International conference “Preventing Sexual Violence in Conflict – A Stronger Role of Regional Security Forces on Peace Support Operations” was held in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. It was organised by the Ministry […]

Croatia Vs Serbia ICJ Genocide Trial Begins

Finally – it begins! One of the most important international court cases addressing the 1990’s war of aggression against Croatia will today 3rd March 2014 begin with hearing of evidence at the trial in the International Court of Justice (ICJ) at The Hague. The trial is said to end on 1st April 2014 and there […]

ICTY Prosecutor’s Naked Opportunism Masquerading As Concern For ICTY’s Legacy?

Brammertz No Longer Has Jurisdiction Over Gotovina Case Reblogged from miseticlaw.blogspot.com By Luka Misetic Radio Free Europe today published an “exclusive” interview with ICTY Prosecutor Serge Brammertz, in which Brammertz comments that his office is “dissatisfied” with the acquittals entered in the Gotovina and Perisic cases and is “examining all legal means to contest these decisions.” […]

Professional Suicide Of A Hague Judge

Written by Vesna Skare-Ozbolt, published by Croatian portal Dnevno.hr 26 June 2013 (Translated into English by Ina Vukic) Danish newspaper Berlingske June 13 published judge Frederik Harhoff’s letter, in which he expresses his suspicions that the Hague court president Theodor Meron is under the U.S.A. and Israel governments’ influence, and that he had pressured the […]

Debunking Fred Harhoff’s Outrageous Email

Reblogged from Misetic Law By Luka Misetic Much has been made in the past week about the incredibly naive email sent by ICTY Judge Fred Harhoff to 56 of his “closest friends.”  According to the New York Times, on 6 June 2013, Judge Harhoff sent an unsubstantied, highly defamatory email to over 56 people in […]

ICTY isn’t coming to Vuk Jeremic’s UN General Assembly debate

According to HINA Croatian news agency, “All three Hague war crimes tribunals have turned down the invitation to attend a discussion on their work convened for April 10 in New York by UN General Assembly President Vuk Jeremic, the president of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY), Theodor Meron, has said. Not […]

Look Who Is Digging Theodor Meron’s Grave!

Have just discovered that Stjepan Mesic (die-hard Communist in mind and heart, former president of Croatia, who was the apparent ICTY Chief Prosecutor Carla del Ponte’s “best boy” for political maneuvering of ICTY indictments that would equate the aggressor with the victim in 1990’s Serb war of aggression against Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina at […]

Why Was Momcilo Perisic Acquitted?

Originally posted on Greater Surbiton:
The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia has acquitted on appeal Momcilo Perisic, former Chief of Staff of the Army of Yugoslavia (VJ), who had previously been sentenced to 27 years in prison for war-crimes in Croatia and Bosnia-Hercegovina. He was one of only six officials from Serbia-Montenegro ever…

Tallying the bloody price paid for freedom from oppressive Communist Yugoslavia

With the latest International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) Appeal Chamber ruling against Bosnian Serbs Milan Lukic (life imprisonment) and Sredoje Lukic (27 years imprisonment) for crimes against humanity and violations of the laws or customs of war committed in the eastern Bosnian town of Visegrad in 1992 and 1993, the total number […]

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