ICTY Stanisic and Simatovic Retrial – Serbia’s Involvement On Agenda For War Crimes Against Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina

  Two former secret police chiefs – Jovica Stanisic, the former head of Serbia’s state security, and Franko Simatovic, his deputy, once held to be among the most powerful men in Serbia, went on trial Tuesday 13 June 2017 at The Hague ICTY (International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia) for the second time, accused […]

Vojislav Seselj Case: UN Criminal Tribunal Delivers Great Victory For Violent Lunatics Everywhere

  Travesty of justice and biased blindness to facts Despite the fact that the Serbian ultra-nationalist pusher of a land-grabbing-by-any-means Greater Serbia, Vojislav Seselj, sowed and incited hatred against Croats and Muslims (Bosniaks) in Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina during early 1990’s, recruited Serb Chetnik, utterly cruel and barbaric, bloodthirsty militia in Croatia, that culminated […]

Croatian President-Elect Calls Upon UN As “Watchdog” Of Peace To Consider Action On ICTY Decision

Ever since indicted war criminal Vojislav Seselj was released from the International Criminal Tribunal/ICTY last November on account of his reported terminal illness, pending judgment, his public appearances in Serbia, filled with ethnic hatred, keep raising unrest and fear. In early December 2014, the ICTY prosecution filed a motion seeking that Seselj’s temporary release be […]

Madman On The Loose In Serbia Threatens Peace And Human Dignity

  Vojislav Seselj’s return to Serbia (after being temporarily released from war crimes tribunal in the Hague on account of advanced illness and pending judgment) happened just days before the 23rd anniversary of the fall of Vukovar (18 November), which is a very important date for the Croats and which evidences untold atrocities committed in […]

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.” […]

The Joint “Criminal” Enterprise Against Judge Theodor Meron

Reblogged from Misetic Law The Joint “Criminal” Enterprise Against Judge Theodor Meron The Inside Story of How Carl Bildt, Intelligence Agencies from the Nordic countries, Serge Brammertz, Florence Hartmann, Mirko Klarin And Others Are Connected to the “Controversy” Designed to Discredit the ICTY’s President, Judge Theodor Meron By Luka Misetic As controversy continues to engulf […]

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 […]

Croatian Operation Storm: “Serbs forced Serbs to flee”

On Wednesday 4 April the Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) has scheduled an appeal hearing in the case of Croatian generals Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markac for May 14. Gotovina’s and Markac’s defence teams will each have 90 minutes to present their submissions and the prosecutors will have […]

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. […]

Go Jump In The Lake

I don’t think I’m the only person in the world who gets quite annoyed by the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) chief prosecutors. I accept that their job is important, but it should not be a job where personal hunches, witch hunting or warped beliefs should have a place in setting the […]

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