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O PALMĂ DATĂ GUVERNELOR OCCIDENTALE ŞI PRESEI MONDIALISTE CARE L-AU ACUZAT PE NEDREPT. Slobodan Milosevic a fost declarat NEVINOVAT de către Tribunalul de la Haga. Acuzat fiind, el a fost ținut 5 ani în închisoare la Haga până când bolnav a murit.
Tribunalul ONU pentru crime de război de la Haga a stabilit după mulți ani, că președintele sârb Slobodan Milosevic nu a fost responsabil pentru crimele de război comise în Bosnia în timpul războiului ce a avut loc între anii 1992-1995. Judecătorii au stabilit că Slobodan Milosevic nu a făcut parte dintr-o " acțiune criminală comună " care a făcut victime printre musulmani bosniaci și printre croați.
Judecătorii au luat această decizie în unanimitate.
Slobodan Milošević (născut la 20 august 1941, Požarevac, Serbia sub ocupație militară germană – decedat la 11 martie 2006, Haga, Olanda) a fost președinte al Serbiei și al Republicii Federale Iugoslavia, și de asemenea al Partidului Socialist Sârb.
După demonstrații și greve ce au urmat alegerilor prezidențiale din octombrie 2000, el s-a recunoscut înfrânt și a demisionat.
Un an mai târziu, Milošević a fost extrădat pentru a se prezenta în fața Tribunalului Penal Internațional pentru Fosta Iugoslavie, însă va muri după 5 ani de închisoare .
Milošević, care suferea de boli grave ale inimii, de tensiune și diabet, a murit în urma unui atac în condiții neelucidate.
Înainte cu câteva luni de moarte, el a înaintat un protest în care a spus că nu i se dau medicamentele necesare şi că va muri din acest motiv.
Unii dintre susținătorii lui cred ca nu a primit medicamentele cerute, pentru a muri în închisoare, înainte de a se pronunța un verdict.
Hague Tribunal Exonerates Slobodan Milosevic for
Bosnia War Crimes Ten Years Too Late
The UN war crimes tribunal has determined that the late Serbian president was not responsible for war crimes committed in Bosnia during the 1992-95 war. The judges determined that Slobodan Milosevic was not part of a "joint criminal enterprise" to victimize Bosnian Muslims and Croats.
Written By: Andy Wilcoxson
18 July 2016 - www.slobodan-milosevic.org
International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) in The Hague
has determined that the late Serbian president Slobodan Milosevic was not
responsible for war crimes committed during the 1992-95 Bosnian war.
In a stunning ruling, the trial chamber that convicted
former Bosnian-Serb president Radovan Karadzic of war crimes and sentenced him
to 40 years in prison, unanimously concluded that Slobodan Milosevic was not
part of a joint criminal enterprise to victimize Muslims and Croats during
the Bosnian war.
March 24th Karadzic judgment states that the Chamber is not
satisfied that there was sufficient evidence presented in this case to find
that Slobodan Milosevic agreed with the common plan to permanently remove
Bosnian Muslims and Bosnian Croats from Bosnian Serb claimed territory.
Karadzic trial chamber found that the relationship between Milosevic and the
Accused had deteriorated beginning in 1992; by 1994, they no longer agreed on a
course of action to be taken. Furthermore, beginning as early as March 1992,
there was apparent discord between the Accused and Milosevic in meetings with
international representatives, during which Milosevic and other Serbian leaders
openly criticised Bosnian Serb leaders of committing crimes against humanity
and ethnic cleansing and the war for their own purposes.
judges noted that Slobodan Milosevic and Radovan Karadzic both favored the
preservation of Yugoslavia and that Milosevic was initially supportive, but
that their views diverged over time. The judgment states that from 1990 and
into mid-1991, the political objective of the Accused and the Bosnian Serb
leadership was to preserve Yugoslavia and to prevent the separation or
independence of BiH, which would result in a separation of Bosnian Serbs from
Serbia; the Chamber notes that Slobodan Milosevic endorsed this objective and
spoke against the independence of BiH.
Chamber found that the declaration of sovereignty by the SRBiH Assembly in the
absence of the Bosnian Serb delegates on 15 October 1991, escalated the
situation, but that Milosevic was not on board with the establishment of Republika Srpska
in response. The judgment says that Slobodan Milosevic was attempting to take
a more cautious approach
The judgment states that in intercepted communications with Radovan Karadzic, Milosevic
questioned whether it was wise to use an illegitimate act in response to
another illegitimate act and questioned the legality of forming a Bosnian Serb
Assembly. The judges also found that Slobodan Milosevic expressed his reservations about
how a Bosnian Serb Assembly could exclude the Muslims who were for Yugoslavia.
judgment notes that in meetings with Serb and Bosnian Serb officials Slobodan Milosevic
stated that [a]ll members of other nations and ethnicities must be protected
and that [t]he national interest of the Serbs is not discrimination. Also that Milosevic
further declared that crime needed to be fought decisively.
trial chamber notes that In private meetings, Milosevic was extremely angry at
the Bosnian Serb leadership for rejecting the Vance-Owen Plan and he cursed the
Accused. They also found that Milosevic tried to reason with the Bosnian Serbs saying
that he understood their concerns, but that it was most important to end the
judgment states that Milosevic also questioned whether the world would accept
that the Bosnian Serbs who represented only one third of the population of BiH
would get more than 50% of the territory and he encouraged a political
At a meeting of the Supreme Defense Council the judgment
says that Milosevic told the Bosnian Serb leadership that they were not
entitled to have more than half the territory in BiH, stating that: there is
no way that more than that could belong to us! Because, we represent one third
of the population. [
] We are not entitled to in excess of half of the
territory you must not snatch away something that belongs to someone else!
] How can you imagine two thirds of the population being crammed into 30% of
the territory, while 50% is too little for you?! Is it humane, is it fair?!
other meetings with Serb and Bosnian Serb officials, the judgment notes that
Milosevic declared that the war must end and that the Bosnian Serbs biggest
mistake was to want a complete defeat of the Bosnian Muslims. Because of the
rift between Milosevic and the Bosnian-Serbs, the judges note that the FRY
reduced its support for the RS and encouraged the Bosnian Serbs to accept peace
Tribunals determination that Slobodan Milosevic was not part of a joint
criminal enterprise, and that on the contrary he condemned ethnic cleansing is of tremendous significance
because he got blamed for all of the bloodshed in Bosnia, and harsh economic
sanctions were imposed on Serbia as a result. Wrongfully accusing Milosevic
ranks right up there with invading Iraq only to find that there werent any
weapons of mass destruction after all.
Milosevic was vilified by the entire western press corps and virtually every
politician in every NATO country. They called him the Butcher of the Balkans.
They compared him to Hitler and accused him of genocide. They demonized him and
made him out to be a bloodthirsty monster, and they used that false image to
justify not only economic sanctions against Serbia, but also the 1999 NATO
bombing of Serbia and the Kosovo war.
Milosevic had to spend the last five years of his life in prison defending
himself and Serbia from bogus war crimes allegations over a war that they now admit he was trying to stop. The most serious charges that Milosevic faced, including the
charge of genocide, were all in relation to Bosnia. Now, ten years after his
death, they admit that he wasnt guilty after all oops.
ICTY did nothing to publicize the fact that they had cleared Milosevic of involvement
in the joint criminal enterprise. They quietly buried that finding 1,303 pages
into the 2,590 page Karadzic verdict knowing full well that most people would probably never bother to
presiding judge in the Radovan Karadzic trial, O-Gon Kwon of South Korea, was
also one of the judges in the Slobodan Milosevic trial. Milosevics exoneration
by the Karadzic trial chamber may be an indication of how the Milosevic chamber
would have eventually ruled, at least on the Bosnia charges, if Milosevic had lived
to see the conclusion of his own trial.
worth recalling that Slobodan Milosevic died under a very suspicious set of
circumstances. He died of a heart attack just two weeks after the Tribunal
denied his request to undergo heart surgery in Russia. He was found dead
in his cell less than 72 hours after his attorney delivered a letter to the
Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in which he said that he feared he was
Tribunals official report on the inquiry into his death confirmed that,
Rifampicin had been found in a blood sample taken from Mr. Milosevic on 12
January 2006. And that Mr. Milosevic was not told of the results until 3
March 2006 because of the difficult legal position in which Dr. Falke (the
Tribunals chief medical officer) found himself by virtue of the Dutch legal
provisions concerning medical confidentiality.
The presence of Rifamicin (a non-prescribed drug) in Milosevics blood would
have counteracted the high blood pressure medication he was taking and
increased his risk of the heart attack that ultimately did kill him. The
Tribunals admission that they knew about the Rifampicin for months, but didnt
tell Milosevic the results of his own blood test until just days before his
death because of Dutch legal provisions concerning medical confidentiality is
an incredibly lame and disingenuous excuse. There is no provision of Dutch law
that prohibits a doctor from telling the patient the results of his own blood test
-- that would be idiotic. On the contrary, concealing such information from the
patient could be seen as malpractice.
all gives rise to well-founded suspicion that powerful geopolitical interests would
rather Milosevic die before the end of his trial than see him acquitted and have their vicious lies exposed. U.S. State Department cables leaked to Wikileaks
confirm that The Tribunal did discuss Milosevics medical condition and his
medical records with U.S. Embassy personnel in The Hague without his consent. They clearly didnt
care about medical confidentiality laws when they were blabbing about his
medical records to the American embassy.
an unsatisfying outcome that Milosevic has been quietly vindicated for the most
serious crimes that he was accused of some ten years after his death. At a
minimum financial compensation should now be paid to his widow and his children,
and reparations should be paid to Serbia by the western governments who sought
to punish Serbia in order to hold Milosevic accountable for crimes that their
own Tribunal now admits he wasnt responsible for, and was in fact trying to