Croatia Suffered Genocide And Prevented It In Bihac!

  Croatian Cultural Council, on its Croatian Weekly portal has published an article written by dr Slobodan Lang in relation to the Croatia Vs Serbia genocide lawsuit and case currently being heard in the International Court of Justice at The Hague. I have translated that article into English and bring it to you with the […]

The Competence of Judge Güney and the Boomerang Effect

Reblogged from http://www.miseticlaw.blogspot.com.au By Luka Mistetic Declarations of war often have a boomerang effect, causing more damage to the attacker than the attacker had ever anticipated.  Just ask George Bush what happened after he declared “Mission Accomplished” in Iraq.  In The Hague, the war launched on the ICTY’s judges in early 2013 continues.   As I […]

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 […]

Prostitution Of Justice A-la-Judge-Frederik-Harhoff Style

Well, it’s been a most interesting (for want of a stronger word) week around interpretations of ICTY judgments that acquitted of war crimes some senior Croat and Serb military leaders, particularly in the past 18 months. Personal, but damming thoughts of Danish Judge Frederik Harhoff, which one can take or leave, have been leaked into […]

Dissenting From the Dissenting Opinions of Judges Pocar and Agius (Part I)

Reblogged From Misetic Law By Luka Misetic [PART I][1] On 16 November 2012, the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia established that Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markac are innocent as a matter of law, and that there is insufficient evidence of a Joint Criminal Enterprise to remove the Serb population from Croatia during and […]

Croatian Generals at ICTY Appeal: we fought honourably, facts have been twisted

Like many throughout the world I sat for hours watching the live streaming of the Croatian generals’ Appeal hearing in the ICTY, Monday 14 May. Had I not heard the Appellants’ defence arguments first, had I tuned in at the point of prosecution’s arguments I could have easily concluded that the reason Operation Storm occurred […]

The Gotovina and Markac ICTY prosecutors patronise and say Friends of the court have phantom concerns

The prosecution filed (23 January 2012) a response to the brief authored by 12 British, Canadian and American legal and military experts as Friends of the court and filed 12 January in the Hague. In its response the prosecution seeks that the brief be rejected and says that the experts did not understand the first-instance […]

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