The Protocols of the Elders of Meron: Judge Frederik Harhoff points to Jewish intrigue at the ICTY

Originally posted on Greater Surbiton:
The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) has had a bumpy journey since its foundation in 1993. It has long been condemned by Serb and to a lesser extent Croat nationalists, as well as by left-wing and right-wing hardliners in the West, as a political court set up…

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 […]

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 […]

The Fabulous Watchdogs of Vuk Jeremic’s UNGA Debate on International Criminal Justice

Reconciliation equals peace. There can be no doubt that achieving reconciliation and peace requires, among other things, a great deal of diplomacy, political maneuvering, goodwill from the people, wound healing, conflict resolution and compromise; they are achieved (or not) by the people and their representatives. Criminal justice, on the other hand, is achieved via non-political, […]

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 […]

Croatia: Generals Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markac declared heroes

The Coordination of war veterans’ associations in Zagreb had Saturday 10 November, at public forum “We raise our hands to the sky – free Croatian Generals”, held in Mimara museum, declared Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markac heroes of Croatia’s Homeland War. They had also demanded from the Parliament to amend its Declaration on Homeland War […]

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 […]

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