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 […]

Vojislav Seselj: unadulterated evil to give closing arguments at ICTY

Closing arguments in the ICTY trial that started in 2007 against Vojislav Seselj are to commence in the Hague March 5. Seselj, a Serb radical leader in 1990’s is accused of crimes against humanity, persecution, ethnic cleansing and murder in early 1990’s of Croats, Muslims, and other non-Serbs across Croatia, Bosnia  and Herzegovina. Seselj, a […]

General Mladen Markac ICTY defence suggests: “dump” the Prosecution’s Motion

The Croatian General Mladen Markac defence team in the ICTY Appeal has February 2 filed its Response to the January 23 Prosecution Motion with regards to the Application and Brief by 12 British, Canadian and American legal and military experts as Friends of the court. In its submission Markac defence team requests that the Prosecution […]

Ante Gotovina’s defence team say Friends of the court applicants are objective and have 290 years of practical military experience

Ante Gotovina’s defence team has January 27th filed its Response to the Application and proposed amicus curiae (Friends of the court) brief (filed January 13 by 12 British, Canadian and American experts). The Response requests that ICTY accept the brief as it is an “independent and objective assessment from leading experts in the field.” “They […]

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 […]

ICTY in the Hague – just before Christmas 2011 (Goran Hadzic trial date set) (General Ante Gotovina appeal road strewn with more unjust obstacles)

Goran Hadzic, President of the Government of the self-proclaimed Serbian Autonomous District Slavonia, Baranja and Western Srem (SAO SBWS) and subsequently President of the Republic of Serbian Krajina (RSK) in Croatia 1991-1993 was arrested (July 20011) in Serbia after seven years on the run and in hiding.  Indicted for war crimes against Croatian people: persecutions […]

General Ante Gotovina and Calvary at ICTY in the Hague

I would have thought that a law court is there to ensure every possible avenue is taken in order to reach the truth in a case before it. Indeed, the courts processing criminal cases, where a person is found guilty, that guilt must be beyond reasonable doubt. That is the standard of evidence that validates […]

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