Belgrade accuses war crimes court of bias against Serbs

Nov 29, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Daily Star

Serbia's new president Tomislav Nikolic gestures as he arrives at the parliament building to take his oath of office in Belgrade May 31, 2012.

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Serbonazis

Buffalo, NY

#1 Nov 29, 2012
get this news that the serbs are the worst aggressors in 1991 and after in Croatia, Bosnia, and Kosovo since the Nazi time in WWII. Get this into your empty servian pumpkin heads.

“A man's character is his fate”

Since: Jun 10

Heraclitus

#2 Nov 29, 2012
Serbonazis wrote:
get this news that the serbs are the worst aggressors in 1991 and after in Croatia, Bosnia, and Kosovo since the Nazi time in WWII. Get this into your empty servian pumpkin heads.
Kosovo is not a country, but part of Serbia, you stupid Nazi.
Serbs live in Bosnia as a constitutional nation, so cannot be aggressors, you stupid Nazi.
Serbs also live in Croatia, and WERE constitutional nation until 1991.
Oliver Cromwell

Blackpool, UK

#3 Nov 29, 2012
The_Baron wrote:
<quoted text>
Kosovo is not a country, but part of Serbia, you stupid Nazi.
Serbs live in Bosnia as a constitutional nation, so cannot be aggressors, you stupid Nazi.
Serbs also live in Croatia, and WERE constitutional nation until 1991.
That Idiot is as thick as Rhino shit,he should get his head tested.

“Kosova, gjaku im qe nuk falet!”

Since: Sep 09

Kosova, Albania

#4 Nov 29, 2012
Serbonazis wrote:
get this news that the serbs are the worst aggressors in 1991 and after in Croatia, Bosnia, and Kosovo since the Nazi time in WWII. Get this into your empty servian pumpkin heads.
Sir, you are correct as usual ! Servs, are guilty as charged for ethnic cleansing, genocide , rapings, lootings... They were agressors and incited war , therefore they are perpetrators and need to be punished !

Welcome home general Haradinaj... The future prime minister of the Republic of Kosova !

“Hello”

Since: Jul 09

Belgrade

#5 Nov 29, 2012
Hague Tribunal would release Ante Pavelic as well.

“Yorkshire till I Die!”

Since: Jun 09

Keighley, Yorkshire, UK

#6 Nov 29, 2012
People say how anti-Serbian the ICTY is and that it acquitts those who were accused of crimes against Serbs and only punishes Serbs. Well that is BS! There are Bosniaks, Croats and Kosovans behind bars in the Hague thanks to the ICTY and here is a list of all the Serbs the ICTY has acquitted/ withdrawn Indictments.

Mirko Babi&#263;: Indictment withdrawn on 8 May 1998
Nenad Banovi&#263;: Indictment withdrawn on 10 April 2002
Zdravko Govedarica: Indictment withdrawn on 8 May 1998
Dragan Kondi&#263;: Indictment withdrawn on 5 May 1998
Predag Kosti&#263;: Indictment withdrawn on 8 May 1998.
Zoran Marini&#263;: Indictment withdrawn on 3 October 2002
Milan Milutinovi&#263;: Acquitted on 26 February 2009
Nedeljko Paspalj: Indictment withdrawn on 8 May 1998
Milan Pavli&#263;: Indictment withdrawn on 8 May 1998.
Milutin Popovi&#263;: Indictment withdrawn on 8 May 1998.
Draženko Predojevi&#263;: Indictment withdrawn on 8 May 1998.
Miroslav Radi&#263;: Acquitted on 27 September 2007.
Željko Savi&#263;: Indictment withdrawn on 8 May 1998.
Pero Skopljak: Indictment withdrawn on 19 December 1997.
Ivan Šanti&#263;: Indictment withdrawn on 19 December 1997.
Dragomir Šaponja: Indictment withdrawn on 5 May 1998.
Nedjeljko Timarac: Indictment withdrawn on 5 May 1998.
Milan Zec: Indictment withdrawn on 26 July 2002.

It should also be noted that several have passed away whilst on trial and a verdict was never delivered. Also many are still on trial and a verdict is yet to be delivered. And many Serbs have sent to local courts to be tried, instead of at ICTY level.

This is the typical Serbian mentality, if it isn't in their favour then it must be a lie, a conspiracy and that everyone is out to get the Serbs. Well what utter BS!

But when the ICTY is setting Serbs free it isn't a biased court!

“Yorkshire till I Die!”

Since: Jun 09

Keighley, Yorkshire, UK

#7 Nov 29, 2012
Crappy Topix can't handle Serbo-Croatian characters, so here is the list again.

Mirko Babic: Indictment withdrawn on 8 May 1998
Nenad Banovic: Indictment withdrawn on 10 April 2002
Zdravko Govedarica: Indictment withdrawn on 8 May 1998
Dragan Kondic: Indictment withdrawn on 5 May 1998
Predag Kostic: Indictment withdrawn on 8 May 1998.
Zoran Marinic: Indictment withdrawn on 3 October 2002
Milan Milutinovic: Acquitted on 26 February 2009
Nedeljko Paspalj: Indictment withdrawn on 8 May 1998
Milan Pavlic: Indictment withdrawn on 8 May 1998.
Milutin Popovic: Indictment withdrawn on 8 May 1998.
Drazenko Predojevic: Indictment withdrawn on 8 May 1998.
Miroslav Radic: Acquitted on 27 September 2007.
Zeljko Savic: Indictment withdrawn on 8 May 1998.
Pero Skopljak: Indictment withdrawn on 19 December 1997.
Ivan Santic: Indictment withdrawn on 19 December 1997.
Dragomir Saponja: Indictment withdrawn on 5 May 1998.
Nedjeljko Timarac: Indictment withdrawn on 5 May 1998.
Milan Zec: Indictment withdrawn on 26 July 2002.

“Hello”

Since: Jul 09

Belgrade

#8 Nov 29, 2012
The evidence against Gotovina and others were there. Orders from Tudjman, transkripts, even filmed. Haradinaj confessed the murders.. 300 murdered people(includeing unloyal Albanians), 400 kidnapped people, I don't know hoe many missing people. It's all clear.
Oliver Cromwell

Blackpool, UK

#9 Nov 29, 2012
Wonder how those 19 witnesses managed to get killed?
Oliver Cromwell

Blackpool, UK

#10 Nov 29, 2012
Ijanderson977 wrote:
Crappy Topix can't handle Serbo-Croatian characters, so here is the list again.
Mirko Babic: Indictment withdrawn on 8 May 1998
Nenad Banovic: Indictment withdrawn on 10 April 2002
Zdravko Govedarica: Indictment withdrawn on 8 May 1998
Dragan Kondic: Indictment withdrawn on 5 May 1998
Predag Kostic: Indictment withdrawn on 8 May 1998.
Zoran Marinic: Indictment withdrawn on 3 October 2002
Milan Milutinovic: Acquitted on 26 February 2009
Nedeljko Paspalj: Indictment withdrawn on 8 May 1998
Milan Pavlic: Indictment withdrawn on 8 May 1998.
Milutin Popovic: Indictment withdrawn on 8 May 1998.
Drazenko Predojevic: Indictment withdrawn on 8 May 1998.
Miroslav Radic: Acquitted on 27 September 2007.
Zeljko Savic: Indictment withdrawn on 8 May 1998.
Pero Skopljak: Indictment withdrawn on 19 December 1997.
Ivan Santic: Indictment withdrawn on 19 December 1997.
Dragomir Saponja: Indictment withdrawn on 5 May 1998.
Nedjeljko Timarac: Indictment withdrawn on 5 May 1998.
Milan Zec: Indictment withdrawn on 26 July 2002.
That so called Court is illegitimate i don't believe anyone from Serbia Kosovo Croatia or Bosnia should be judged by that Court its an instrument of the US REICH,any trials for crimes should be conducted within those States who were involved in the War or no trial at all,the Bosnian Serb Seselj has been on trial for nine years,thats a sick joke,what trial lasts for nine years? i will answer my own question when a Serb is in the Dock.

“Yorkshire till I Die!”

Since: Jun 09

Keighley, Yorkshire, UK

#11 Nov 29, 2012
Oliver Cromwell wrote:
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That so called Court is illegitimate i don't believe anyone from Serbia Kosovo Croatia or Bosnia should be judged by that Court its an instrument of the US REICH,any trials for crimes should be conducted within those States who were involved in the War or no trial at all,the Bosnian Serb Seselj has been on trial for nine years,thats a sick joke,what trial lasts for nine years? i will answer my own question when a Serb is in the Dock.
That nutter's trial didn't begin for 4 years and the reason his trial is lasting so long is due to hunger strikes and witness intimidation. He only has himself to blame.
Ijanderson977

Madliena, Malta

#12 Nov 29, 2012
british loser, they were only soldiers and soldiers only obey orders, they don't count. You will find tons of non Serb soldiers set free by hague

But name me some Serb general/officer who was set free. NONE.

While croat, bosnian and albanian officers are all out. So STFU pimple faced anglo saxonic midget
Oliver Cromwell

Blackpool, UK

#13 Nov 29, 2012
Ijanderson977 wrote:
<quoted text>
That nutter's trial didn't begin for 4 years and the reason his trial is lasting so long is due to hunger strikes and witness intimidation. He only has himself to blame.
You can dress it up anyway you want but it still amounts to Bollocks and you know it.

“Yorkshire till I Die!”

Since: Jun 09

Keighley, Yorkshire, UK

#14 Nov 29, 2012
Oliver Cromwell wrote:
<quoted text>
You can dress it up anyway you want but it still amounts to Bollocks and you know it.
It is bollocks because he is trying every effort to suspend, prevent and ruin the trial on purpose at every given opportunity.

Then he moans and says that it is unfair because the trial is taking so long despite the fact he is the one making it last so long.

But at the end of the day he is rotting in a cell, so he is getting his justice in an unorthodox sort of way.

“Yorkshire till I Die!”

Since: Jun 09

Keighley, Yorkshire, UK

#15 Nov 29, 2012
Ijanderson977 wrote:
british loser, they were only soldiers and soldiers only obey orders, they don't count. You will find tons of non Serb soldiers set free by hague
But name me some Serb general/officer who was set free. NONE.
While croat, bosnian and albanian officers are all out. So STFU pimple faced anglo saxonic midget
Milan Milutinovic wasn't a soldier.
Miroslav Radic was a Captain and he was acquitted.
Milan Zec was a Commander in the Yugoslav Navy and he was freed.

And many Serb Officers are still on trial because they went on the run and were caught at a later date.

But if you've got nothing to hide, then why run?

Also many non-Serb soldiers at the ICTY haven't been set free at the same rate as Serb soldiers.

Yet apparently the ICTY is anti-Serbian.

"So STFU pimple faced anglo saxonic midget" If I said something on the similar lines about Slavs or Serbs,you'd start crying and start telling that I'm anti-Serb and racist ect.

So man the F*** Up!
The Gods must be Croatian

Australia

#16 Nov 29, 2012
Reading these comments it becomes apparent that most of you pin heads are either totally rtarded, have no understanding of the legal process or both.

The Croatian Generals that conducted the four day operation were not indicted for individual crimes against civilians because they could not be charged as such, unless specific orders were given by them to do so. The indictment and original guilty verdicts were on the grounds of indiscriminate shelling during Op. Storm in an effort to expel the Serb population which would constitute a crime. The basis of these indictments centered around the trial chamber’s invented ‘200 metre rule’ for projectiles landing beyond the Croat forces pre-planned operational targets in Knin, which in any case were lawfully directed at military targets with greater than 94% accuracy. Given that not such rule in international law exists, the appeals chamber had no alternative but to acquit the Generals of all convictions stemming from the prosecution’s lack of any evidence.

The Serb Generals/Leaders face totally different indictments which span the years of conflict in the region. They include genocide, crimes against humanity, shelling and sniping of civilians in Sarajevo, Srbrenica and numerous other war crimes. Naturally their prospects of being acquitted are non-existent because the evidence relating to such crimes spans many years is irrefutable.

The indicted Serb generals cannot be compared to these two Croatian Generals. The acquittal of Gotovina and Markac does not exonerate any individual of crimes committed against Serb civilians during Operation Storm nor that those individuals shouldn’t be held accountable, it simply means that the FOUR DAY operation was conducted in a lawful manner and with clear regard to the civilian population. So get that into your fkn stupid peasant minds and stop looking at war crimes as a tit-for-tat exercise in national pride. Croats and Serbs alike have to date received many convictions and are currently serving lengthy prison sentences, the fact that you want to claim a big scalp from the Croat side just won’t happen because they’re not guilty of any crimes, so suck it up btches.
free education for servs

Adelaide, Australia

#17 Nov 29, 2012
THE GODS ARE CROATIAN - A GOOD SUMMARY..........however, you face the fact that your dealing with servs (brainwashed, generally retarded and underpriveleged), who have been bought up on CIGANSKA PROPAGANDA.
The Gods must be Croatian wrote:
Reading these comments it becomes apparent that most of you pin heads are either totally rtarded, have no understanding of the legal process or both.
The Croatian Generals that conducted the four day operation were not indicted for individual crimes against civilians because they could not be charged as such, unless specific orders were given by them to do so. The indictment and original guilty verdicts were on the grounds of indiscriminate shelling during Op. Storm in an effort to expel the Serb population which would constitute a crime. The basis of these indictments centered around the trial chamber’s invented ‘200 metre rule’ for projectiles landing beyond the Croat forces pre-planned operational targets in Knin, which in any case were lawfully directed at military targets with greater than 94% accuracy. Given that not such rule in international law exists, the appeals chamber had no alternative but to acquit the Generals of all convictions stemming from the prosecution’s lack of any evidence.
The Serb Generals/Leaders face totally different indictments which span the years of conflict in the region. They include genocide, crimes against humanity, shelling and sniping of civilians in Sarajevo, Srbrenica and numerous other war crimes. Naturally their prospects of being acquitted are non-existent because the evidence relating to such crimes spans many years is irrefutable.
The indicted Serb generals cannot be compared to these two Croatian Generals. The acquittal of Gotovina and Markac does not exonerate any individual of crimes committed against Serb civilians during Operation Storm nor that those individuals shouldn’t be held accountable, it simply means that the FOUR DAY operation was conducted in a lawful manner and with clear regard to the civilian population. So get that into your fkn stupid peasant minds and stop looking at war crimes as a tit-for-tat exercise in national pride. Croats and Serbs alike have to date received many convictions and are currently serving lengthy prison sentences, the fact that you want to claim a big scalp from the Croat side just won’t happen because they’re not guilty of any crimes, so suck it up btches.
BLEIBURG

Ljubljana, Slovenia

#18 Nov 29, 2012
The Gods must be Croatian wrote:
Reading these comments it becomes apparent that most of you pin heads are either totally rtarded, have no understanding of the legal process or both.
The Croatian Generals that conducted the four day operation were not indicted for individual crimes against civilians because they could not be charged as such, unless specific orders were given by them to do so. The indictment and original guilty verdicts were on the grounds of indiscriminate shelling during Op. Storm in an effort to expel the Serb population which would constitute a crime. The basis of these indictments centered around the trial chamber’s invented ‘200 metre rule’ for projectiles landing beyond the Croat forces pre-planned operational targets in Knin, which in any case were lawfully directed at military targets with greater than 94% accuracy. Given that not such rule in international law exists, the appeals chamber had no alternative but to acquit the Generals of all convictions stemming from the prosecution’s lack of any evidence.
The Serb Generals/Leaders face totally different indictments which span the years of conflict in the region. They include genocide, crimes against humanity, shelling and sniping of civilians in Sarajevo, Srbrenica and numerous other war crimes. Naturally their prospects of being acquitted are non-existent because the evidence relating to such crimes spans many years is irrefutable.
The indicted Serb generals cannot be compared to these two Croatian Generals. The acquittal of Gotovina and Markac does not exonerate any individual of crimes committed against Serb civilians during Operation Storm nor that those individuals shouldn’t be held accountable, it simply means that the FOUR DAY operation was conducted in a lawful manner and with clear regard to the civilian population. So get that into your fkn stupid peasant minds and stop looking at war crimes as a tit-for-tat exercise in national pride. Croats and Serbs alike have to date received many convictions and are currently serving lengthy prison sentences, the fact that you want to claim a big scalp from the Croat side just won’t happen because they’re not guilty of any crimes, so suck it up btches.
comparing Ratko Mladic to ante gotovina and mladen markac is nonsense
On 15.4.2011 ante gotovina was found guilty and sentenced to 24 years
On 15.4.2011 mladen markac was found guilty and sentenced to 18 years

15.4.2011

Was Ratko Mladic ever found guilty and sentenced?Of course not
The Gods must be Croatian

Australia

#19 Nov 29, 2012
BLEIBURG wrote:
<quoted text>
comparing Ratko Mladic to ante gotovina and mladen markac is nonsense
On 15.4.2011 ante gotovina was found guilty and sentenced to 24 years
On 15.4.2011 mladen markac was found guilty and sentenced to 18 years
15.4.2011
Was Ratko Mladic ever found guilty and sentenced?Of course not
Ah yes, you're one of the more clever posters.

The guilty verdict has been proven to be a miscarriage of justice, hence the acquittals. Courts can make errors based on false evidence and that's why there's an appeal process in place.

Mladic is still currently on trial and they usually hand down the sentence if found guilty at the end of the trial...
Ijanderson977

Sliema, Malta

#20 Nov 29, 2012
That's why Serb people should take justice into their own hands. Shoot the croat and albanian war criminals dead. pavelic was murdered by Serb hand of justice, his ustashe sons can be killed too

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