Serbs burned croatian corpses to destroy evidences - year 1992

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We Must Not Say - We Did Not See, We Did Not Know
by Andrija Tunjic Vjesnik, Zagreb, Croatia, January 21, 1996

According to international law there is no expiry date on crimes against humanity. On the other hand one can keep quiet about them. And one can speculate with them and wait in order to extort or achieve political interests.
Does this mean that the article published in the New York Times about Serbian crimes against Muslims and Croats, as well as about mass graves in the Prijedor area, i.e. the Ljubija mines, sees the start of the procedure which will reveal Serbian crimes which have been covered up for such a long time with, it seems, a lot of help from the international community. Or is all this just media hullabaloo serving to deceive the naive?

It is unbelievable that it is only now that the Times have appeared on the field that British soldiers in IFOR have started to speak about a possible cover up operation by the Serbs. More precisely, British commanders deployed in B-H within the NATO peace-keeping forces stated to New York Times reporters that British patrols had often come across massacred bodies which were being transported somewhere by Bosnian Serbs. "It looks as if they are in a hurry to cover up murder", stated a British commander whose name was not mentioned.

It is obvious that the Serbs are in a hurry to hide their crimes against Muslims and Croats, but it is also obvious that the British are not overjoyed that the New York Times has become involved, since for the British this paper is objective and too influential; a paper which cannot be ignored.

Now that British silence has been revealed, world diplomacy has been set in motion. And immediately the excuse for the inefficiency is transferred to those who did not ask the location of the crime to be placed under IFOR control, in other words on B-H and the International Tribunal in the Hague. Is it possible, however, after all these events, and after this cynicism, to expect the international community to be consistent and to set in motion the mechanisms which will ensure the control over the mass graves, thereby safeguarding the evidence of Serbian crimes? It is especially important for the Prijedor area which along with Srebrenica and Zepa has seen, perhaps, the most massive persecution and executions of non-Serbs in B-H.

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Where have the people disappeared to?
Prior to the war and according to the 1991 population census there were some 6,300 Croats, 49,454 Muslims, 47,745 Serbs and 8,971 others, in other words a total of 112,470 inhabitants, in the Prijedor district. According to the population census carried out in 1993 by the "Serbian Republic" and published in "Kozarski vjesnik" on July 2, 1993, the Prijedor district had 68,551 inhabitants of which "53,637 of Orthodox persuasion, 6,124 Muslim and 3,169 Catholic". 4% of the total population were "others". Also included were 5,451 people who had moved to the area from elsewhere.
Therefore, even with the 5,451 new settlers there are still 46,919 people missing. Where are they? For many of them it is known that they ended up in prison camps such as Keraterm, Trnopolje, Omarska, Manjaca, Krings... or were murdered in their villages, houses. The exact number of victims of the Serbian genocide will have to be determined by someone; by this I primarily mean the international community and the International Tribunal for War Crimes.

When we know that the Prijedor area from the very first day of the aggression against B-H was under Serbian control, that there was practically no military conflict and that the victims were exclusively civilians then there should be no speculations.

Why has the international community not yet issued a request for the mass graves to be protected? According to the statement made in Sarajevo on 14 January this year by an IFOR spokesperson, so far there has been no official request sent to IFOR on the protection of the mass grave locations. They have not yet received any from the International Tribunal in the Hague. According to them it is the Tribunal which is obliged to send them a request.

Time will tell whether the international community will be consistent in that which it prescribes and prevent the destruction of evidence of Serbian crimes committed against Croats and Muslims in B-H or whether these crimes will merely serve as a means of discipline and pressure?

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Why did you burn them?!

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Witnesses to terrifying events
Every witness who comes from these regions has brought with him terrifying stories each more horrifying than the other.
- During the night of April 30, 1992, about 2 a.m., the Serbs carried out a military coup and brought down the legally elected authorities and established Serbian authority. In this they were aided by the former Yugoslav People's Army. The first armed attack in this area started on May 22, 1992 about 8 p.m. on the village of Hambarine which is exclusively inhabited by Muslims.

On this occasion two tanks, three armoured vehicles and some 200 soldiers entered the village. Upon entering they started to loot houses and set them on fire. Most of the inhabitants had managed to flee to the woods on Mount Kurevo and to the Croatian village of Surkovac before the Serbs arrived. The Serb units were commandeered by Zoran Karlica who was replaced by Rade Bilbija when he died. When they took the village, the village was looted and the men were taken to camps - states one of the witnesses.

After the attack on Hambarine there followed attacks on Rakovcani, Rizvanovici, Biscani, Carakovo, Jugovci and Zecovi. Kozarac was attacked on May 24 and it is know for certain that more than 200 people were killed in the attack. On May 31, an event occurred, judged to have been instigated, which sparked off Serbian revenge over the Muslims and Croats in Prijedor. People were killed, thrown off roofs, massacred, executed.

With the first attacks also come the establishment of camps: Keraterm, Omarska and Trnopolje in which all men, between 16 and 60 years of age, were deported. Some of the prisoners were later sent to Manjaca and Batkovici and so it is therefore difficult to say exactly how many were killed. However, according to information and testimonies available, several thousand were killed. Maybe even more than eight thousand, states the Times.

- A terrifying date for us was July 20 when the Serbs attacked from the direction of Prijedor onto the area of Mount Matarusko where there was a whole series of villages in which Muslims lived. That day they started cleansing the area of the local inhabitants. Those who were not killed or who had not escaped to the Kurevo woods were taken to the camps by the Serbs.

In the Muslim village of Tukovi, the Serbs killed some twenty inhabitants and about fifty inhabitants of neighbouring villages were taken to the camps of Keraterm, Trnopolje and Omarska. The direct commanders of the Serbs who carried out the massacre were chetnik commanders Mico Jurisic and Dragan Pintar.

After Tukovi, the Serbs continued their mass killings in other villages. Some of the inhabitants were killed on their doorsteps, and groups of people who were being led to assembly points were executed along the way. The assembly point for the people of Biscani was in the "Bijela Zemlja" area where twenty men were executed. In the village of Mrkalji, some fifty people were killed in front of the house of Smail Mrkalj, while behind the "Rio" cafe, several people were killed. Several men were also killed in Kadici in the house of Edhem Kadic.

That day, the Serbs killed about 800 people. The same day Branko Jesic fired at the mosque in Biscani and later burnt it down. Commander Dragan Tintor cut the hand off Suljo Tatarevic before his small son and father and then killed him. The son of Slavka Antonic killed twelve people in front of the mosque in Carakovo and he wrapped the still living Muslim priest in a carpet and set him on fire. They murdered and cleansed the area until July 23, states the witness of Serbian crimes M.C.

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Rampage against civilians
That day on July 23, the so-called 6th Krajina Brigade of the Serbian Army set off from the area of the Sanski Most district toward the village of Stara Rijeka inhabited exclusively by Croats. The next morning they literally ran over Stara Rijeka, Brisevo, the entire Kurevo woods, Raljas. That morning, in just the village of Brisevo, 77 civilians were killed. M.I. testifies to this event.
- Early in the morning at 3.30 they started to shell the village with 120 mm shells. This lasted until 5 p.m. They were positioned in Ostra Luka, Batkovci, Redak and Rasavci on Mount Dragisica Glavica. The Serbian Army entered the village between 5 and 6 p.m.

They came in from two directions; the 6th Krajina Brigade from the direction of Stara Rijeka past Begic's house and members of the 5th Kozara Brigade from the direction of Raljasi and Ljubija. The next day, about 10 a.m., a part of the 6th Krajina Brigade started to descend from the houses of the Buzuk family over Mount Graorac towards the rivulets Starjenica and Mustanica and at the same time, the other part of the brigade arrived from the direction of Atilijina kosa over Mounts Bjeljevac, Ivandica Glavica and Marijanova Glavica. They met at the house of Pejo Dimac and Ilija Atilija and killed them. Then the caught Milan Buzuk, took him to his own house and tortured him and shot him in front of his mother Vikica. They took out his eyes, cut off his ears and cut his muscles. Then they killed Marko Buzuk.

All night they raped and tortured the local inhabitants; the Serbs from the neighbouring villages were the most vehement. Ivica Mlinar, Luka Mlinar and Jerko Ivandic were killed with picks, shovels and poles. They cut open Zdravko Matanovic's stomach and tied his hands up with his intestines. Kaja Komljen was raped to death. Her breasts were bitten off, teeth marks could be seen. She was found naked on the field where she had been raped. We buried her there. All nine members of the Matanovic family were killed in the stream near the house of Fabo, Anto and Mladen Matanovic. Mato (father Vinko) Buzuk was stabbed with a knife and his wife Marija was hanged. Two elderly people were burned to death when their house was set on fire by Dusan Radulovic known as Cicin or Zuti.

The massacre operation in Brisevo was commandeered by Veljko Brajic, who was subsequently promoted to the rank of colonel. The commander of the 6th Krajina Brigade was Colonel Basara, later promoted to the rank of a general of the Serbian Army. Basara's associate was Nedeljko Rasula of the village of Caplje, in the Sanski Most district.

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Graves - silent witnesses
The dead victims of the Serbs in the village of Brisevo were buried by the inhabitants in the morning while the Serbs still slept. All the inhabitants agreed not to leave the village until they had buried their dead even if it meant dying themselves.
In Brisevo there are fourteen graves in which lie Croat corpses. In seven of the graves there is just one corpse and in two there are three, in one there are four. There is one with six corpses and two with seven. There is also one grave in which 20 people were buried in the middle of July. According to eye-witness accounts, there are more than twenty mass graves in the wider area of the villages of Brisevo and Stara Rijeka.

In the area known as Volaric, in the village of Surkovac, there are two mass graves. In one there are twelve Muslims who were brought here from the Muslim villages along the Sana River. When the Serbs unloaded the bodies, they ordered the local Roms to dig two graves by the evening. About 9 p.m. the Serbs from the village of Miskina Glava came to check whether they had finished, then they killed the Roms, nine of them, and buried them in the second mass grave.

In the woods of Kurevo more than a hundred Muslim women, children and men were killed.

In the Serbian village of Miskina Glava, in the local community hall, in three days, fifteen people were killed with knives or other blades.

Ljubija, a surface mine - 130 killed.

Trzna, sand excavation pits, is the location of the grave in which the villagers of Jugovci are buried, most of them with the surnames Hegic and Alagic, about 120 people in all.

The mass graves in the area known as Sjuncara, by the River Sana and in the area of Prijedorsko Polje and the village of Biscani, is the location where, according to eyewitness accounts, several hundred people and maybe even more than a thousand are buried.

The mass grave of the surface mine Tomasica is the location where the victims of Barracks No. 3 of the Keraterm prison camp are buried, all 150 of them.

Then come the mass graves in the pits of the surface mines of Stara Rijeka and Omarska.

One of the larger mass graves may be found near the village of Ljeskar, in Dubocaj, where the Serbs assembled the bodies of the Croats and Muslims that they slaughtered between July 20 and 25, 1992.

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Serbs destroying evidence
After the decision of the UN Security Council to establish a Tribunal which would try those accused of committing war crimes in the area of the former Yugoslavia, the Serbian authorities of the districts of Prijedor and Sanski Most and the Ljubija area started to destroy traces of the crimes committed in these areas during 1992 and 1993.
In this way, in the area called Dubocaj, on November 5 1992, the Serbs burnt the corpses of their victims. According to eyewitnesses, the odour spread to Raljasi 3.5 km away.

In the same way, between July 1 and 12, 1993, Serbian authorities and members of the police blocked the road Svoznica which links Ljubija with the southern villages of Brisevo, Stara Rijeka, Batkovci, Garavica, Gornja and Donja Ravska and Ovanjska. Underground explosions could be felt (houses several kilometres away shook) and the work of large mining machines could be heard.

Twelve days later the road was re-opened and passers-by noticed that the area where mass graves had previously been located had been dug up and that earth and stones had been freshly unloaded. Eyewitnesses believe that the Serbs had taken out the remains of their victims' corpses and taken them to Prijedor, most probably to the Tomasica mines where the corpses were ground down by the ore grinding machines.

However, according to some accounts given by people who arrived from these parts in 1995, this is unlikely. They believe instead this to be a diversion and that the corpses were taken away and thrown into disused mines in the vicinity of Stara Rijeka. It is supposed that the remains of corpses from other mass graves are buried in this new, collective mass grave. If this is proved true then this mass grave contains several thousand victims.

It is also interesting that one of the witnesses, who is from the village of Tomasica, was told by an active member of the Serbian Army, that Serbian authorities had during November 1992 removed the bodies from the Tomasica mine and taken them to Kozarac where between May 24 and 25, 1992 they had carried out a pogrom against the Muslims

. From all this we may conclude that the Serbs buried their victims in mass graves in areas of Muslim or Croatian villages.

According to eye-witnesses, Serbian civilians and military authorities of Ljubija and Prijedor probably carried out similar actions on other known and unknown mass graves in the Ljubija and Prijedor districts.
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serbs are all prisoners.
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scum of scums of balkan .is serbia.the war criminal and terrorist taliban serbs...../.viva kla and usa freedom fighters now kosova is fre and independet country forever....///.10. 4 .delta.QAKA .bye serb ritards............//.

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We must not remain silent
Concerning the co-operation of Croatia with the International Tribunal for determining crimes committed in the former Yugoslavia, Luka Gavranovic, an employee in the Croatian Information Centre (CIC), states:
- The co-operation between the CIC and representatives of the International Tribunal in the Hague is developing along several lines. The most significant of course is organising contacts between witnesses and International Tribunal researchers.

We have placed our entire archive, all testimonies and eye- witness statements which we have collected at the disposal of the Tribunal. We have also participated in preparing meetings between witnesses and the researchers, just as we co-operated with Bassioni's Commission.

We have enabled contacts with witnesses. We have also co- operated with journalists interested in the crimes committed. In this way we were able to give more information to the two New York Times journalists who had been imprisoned by the Serbs and then expelled from the areas where the crimes had been committed.

And it was only when the article was published in the New York Times that floods of questions appeared as to why these mass graves had not been protected so far. Why did members of British IFOR units in these areas, who literally saw bodies of massacred people, not relay this information? Or did they? Because, it is only with the efforts of us all and with the aid of eye-witnesses who survived these crimes that we will be able to reconstruct these events.

And that is why we must all show special respect to those people who have gathered up the courage to testify and to relive again their horrifying ordeal.
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Stern des Sudens wrote:
We Must Not Say - We Did Not See, We Did Not Know
by Andrija Tunjic Vjesnik, Zagreb, Croatia, January 21, 1996
According to international law there is no expiry date on crimes against humanity. On the other hand one can keep quiet about them. And one can speculate with them and wait in order to extort or achieve political interests.
Does this mean that the article published in the New York Times about Serbian crimes against Muslims and Croats, as well as about mass graves in the Prijedor area, i.e. the Ljubija mines, sees the start of the procedure which will reveal Serbian crimes which have been covered up for such a long time with, it seems, a lot of help from the international community. Or is all this just media hullabaloo serving to deceive the naive?
It is unbelievable that it is only now that the Times have appeared on the field that British soldiers in IFOR have started to speak about a possible cover up operation by the Serbs. More precisely, British commanders deployed in B-H within the NATO peace-keeping forces stated to New York Times reporters that British patrols had often come across massacred bodies which were being transported somewhere by Bosnian Serbs. "It looks as if they are in a hurry to cover up murder", stated a British commander whose name was not mentioned.
It is obvious that the Serbs are in a hurry to hide their crimes against Muslims and Croats, but it is also obvious that the British are not overjoyed that the New York Times has become involved, since for the British this paper is objective and too influential; a paper which cannot be ignored.
Now that British silence has been revealed, world diplomacy has been set in motion. And immediately the excuse for the inefficiency is transferred to those who did not ask the location of the crime to be placed under IFOR control, in other words on B-H and the International Tribunal in the Hague. Is it possible, however, after all these events, and after this cynicism, to expect the international community to be consistent and to set in motion the mechanisms which will ensure the control over the mass graves, thereby safeguarding the evidence of Serbian crimes? It is especially important for the Prijedor area which along with Srebrenica and Zepa has seen, perhaps, the most massive persecution and executions of non-Serbs in B-H.
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Please Stern, they will accuse KLA having committed those crimes too! Maybe Serbs will go to pay again someone to make a false testimony!

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Al-Berto wrote:
<quoted text>Please Stern, they will accuse KLA having committed those crimes too! Maybe Serbs will go to pay again someone to make a false testimony!
Yes, but read this plz :

"All night they raped and tortured the local inhabitants; the Serbs from the neighbouring villages were the most vehement. Ivica Mlinar, Luka Mlinar and Jerko Ivandic were killed with picks, shovels and poles. They cut open Zdravko Matanovic's stomach and tied his hands up with his intestines. Kaja Komljen was raped to death. Her breasts were bitten off, teeth marks could be seen. She was found naked on the field where she had been raped. We buried her there. All nine members of the Matanovic family were killed in the stream near the house of Fabo, Anto and Mladen Matanovic. Mato (father Vinko) Buzuk was stabbed with a knife and his wife Marija was hanged. Two elderly people were burned to death when their house was set on fire by Dusan Radulovic known as Cicin or Zuti."

<<They cut open Zdravko Matanovic's stomach and tied his hands up with his intestines. Kaja Komljen was raped to death. Her breasts were bitten off, teeth marks could be seen.>>

They sound to me as croatian names which they are! Arent they(croats) christians? Was this done in the name of 'serbian christianity'!

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Yes, but read this plz :
"All night they raped and tortured the local inhabitants; the Serbs from the neighbouring villages were the most vehement. Ivica Mlinar, Luka Mlinar and Jerko Ivandic were killed with picks, shovels and poles. They cut open Zdravko Matanovic's stomach and tied his hands up with his intestines. Kaja Komljen was raped to death. Her breasts were bitten off, teeth marks could be seen. She was found naked on the field where she had been raped. We buried her there. All nine members of the Matanovic family were killed in the stream near the house of Fabo, Anto and Mladen Matanovic. Mato (father Vinko) Buzuk was stabbed with a knife and his wife Marija was hanged. Two elderly people were burned to death when their house was set on fire by Dusan Radulovic known as Cicin or Zuti."
<<They cut open Zdravko Matanovic's stomach and tied his hands up with his intestines. Kaja Komljen was raped to death. Her breasts were bitten off, teeth marks could be seen.>>
They sound to me as croatian names which they are! Arent they(croats) christians? Was this done in the name of 'serbian christianity'!
Hard to believe this butchers are human! Serbs are Judas who have an original view of Christianity! Crimes they have done are further any sadist imagination!

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Al-Berto wrote:
<quoted text>Hard to believe this butchers are human! Serbs are Judas who have an original view of Christianity! Crimes they have done are further any sadist imagination!
I must agree with you... but read this plz!

Serbs destroying evidence

"After the decision of the UN Security Council to establish a Tribunal which would try those accused of committing war crimes in the area of the former Yugoslavia, the Serbian authorities of the districts of Prijedor and Sanski Most and the Ljubija area started to destroy traces of the crimes committed in these areas during 1992 and 1993.
In this way, in the area called Dubocaj, on November 5 1992, the Serbs burnt the corpses of their victims. According to eyewitnesses, the odour spread to Raljasi 3.5 km away.

In the same way, between July 1 and 12, 1993, Serbian authorities and members of the police blocked the road Svoznica which links Ljubija with the southern villages of Brisevo, Stara Rijeka, Batkovci, Garavica, Gornja and Donja Ravska and Ovanjska. Underground explosions could be felt (houses several kilometres away shook) and the work of large mining machines could be heard."

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Another tactic of serbian genocide - kill then erase the traces- but by burning cadavers?!

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Another tactic of serbian genocide - kill then erase the traces- but by burning cadavers?!
It is evident in this BBC documentary too:

The shocking truth of the war in Kosovo 1-4
http://bit.ly/eI6IsX

The shocking truth of the war in Kosovo 2-4
http://bit.ly/fMiZYh

The shocking truth of the war in Kosovo 3-4
http://bit.ly/fabSeS

The shocking truth of the war in Kosovo 4-4
http://bit.ly/ijxJ1H

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It is evident in this BBC documentary too:
The shocking truth of the war in Kosovo 1-4
http://bit.ly/eI6IsX
The shocking truth of the war in Kosovo 2-4
http://bit.ly/fMiZYh
The shocking truth of the war in Kosovo 3-4
http://bit.ly/fabSeS
The shocking truth of the war in Kosovo 4-4
http://bit.ly/ijxJ1H
Thanks bro, you are very kind and productive!

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