In Memory Of Croatian Civilians Massacred In Uzdol

Associated press 16 Sept 1993 (reporter George Jahn) “The United Nations issued an unusually direct and detailed statement condemning Muslim-led government troops for the massacre, which it called a ”cowardly atrocity.” The killings took place Tuesday in Kriz, near the village of Uzdol in central Bosnia. Lt. Col. Bill Aikman, a spokesman for U.N. peacekeepers, […]

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 […]

Croatian Six – suffer yet another disgraceful hit from the justice system

In his announced book on Balkan intelligence intrigue (Agents Provocateurs: Terrorism, Espionage and the Secret Struggle for Yugoslavia 1945 – 1990), the former US National Security Agency expert, John R Schindler, now a professor at the US Naval War College, said former top UDBA (Yugoslav Secret Police) officials cited the Croatian Six case as their […]

Vindication or travesty ? Operation Storm’s Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markac acquitted

Originally posted on Greater Surbiton:
‘The largest single ethnic-cleansing operation of the Yugoslav wars’ – such was the soundbite that was linked to Operation Storm (Operacija Oluja), from soon after the successful Croatian military operation was waged back in August 1995. That atrocities were carried out by Croatian soldiers and civilians during and after the…

ICTY Persecution

Originally posted on Eyes of the Mind:
The ICTY Prosecution should perhaps be renamed the ICTY Persecution following ICTY Prosecutor Serge Brammertz’s announcement that they may seek a judicial review of the Gotovina et al. case.  Likewise, former prosecutor Carla del Ponte continues to maintain that General Gotovina should be held responsible for war crimes…

Serbia’s Political Propaganda Blitzkrieg – Again!

While the term Blitzkrieg is usually associated with the “lightning war” tactics used by Germany in WWII it is just as applicable to political propaganda. The effects of Blitzkrieg included creation of doubt, confusion and rumours that would surely paralyse both the government and the defending military. I trust the current onslaught against Croatia and […]

CROATIA: ANTE GOTOVINA and MLADEN MARKAC – ACQUITTED OF WAR CRIMES AND SET FREE AT ICTY

I am swept away and overwhelmed by pride and awe and so is the Croatian nation. The ICTY Appeal Chamber has today acquitted and set free Croatian Generals Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markac. The truth prevails, justice prevails. “The Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, composed of Judges Theodor Meron, […]

Wikileaks show-and-tell: Croatia’s former President Stjepan Mesic’s horror show

The latest revelation about Stjepan Mesic’s hateful ranting against Croatian dignity and truth takes the cake of evil. I say that believing that Wikileaks are in fact leaks of the truth behind political wheeling and dealing among those that could and, sadly, still can. The distressing fact that Stjepan Mesic still enjoys the frills and […]

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