Skip to comments.RTS: Free Bosnia Published Pictures of Serbs Killed in 1992
Posted on 05/08/2006 5:50:51 AM PDT by joan
7 May 2006 | 14:54 | FOCUS News Agency
Sofia. The Sarajevo based newspaper Free Bosnia published on its title page pictures of killed Serbs in Sarajevo in 1992, Radio TV Serbia reports. The killed from the Sarjevo municipality of Novi Grad and from Ali Pasino Pole have been displayed on the pictures. The publication pointed that during the war in Sarjevo 850 Serbs were massacred while the official representatives of Republic Serbia claim that their number is several thousand, RTS reports.
'Slobodna Bosna' 'Free Bosnia' weekly published on the front page of its latest edition photographs showing Serbs killed in Sarajevo in 1992.
Those Serbs were living in Sarajevo municipality called Novi Grad.
As 'Slobodna Bosna' reports referring to the Hague Tribunal, that court has elaborated cases of total 836 Serb civilians killed in CBS Sarajevo outside combat activities.
According to the Chief of the Federal Commission for the search of missing persons, the total number of missing Serbs is estimated from 250 to 300.
On the other hand, the Union of camp prisoners of the Republic of Srpska has announced that more than 8,000 Serbs were killed in Sarajevo.
According to 'Slobodna Bosna', the Parliament suggested setting up of Commission for truth about Serbs killed in Sarajevo two years ago. However, BiH Government has never put that proposal on agenda.
The Chief prosecutor in the Eastern Sarajevo has forwarded to the Prosecution of the Hague Tribunal subjects against 119 individuals for crimes against Sarajevo Serbs. The Prosecution has returned subjects for 13 suspects because of the lack of proofs.
Interesting link for 'jogging the memory'..thanx!
Standard Balkan Muhammedan tactics: murder a bunch of civilians until you incite a reaction, then cry to the international community that they are the target of genocide.
And certain Dhimmis can't fall on their kneepads fast enough to service them.
The Serbs were mostly wiped out of Sarajevo. It is no longer a multiethnic city, but nearly pure Bosnian Muslim (90-95%).
Disclaimer: Opinions posted on Free Republic are those of the individual posters and do not necessarily represent the opinion of Free Republic or its management. All materials posted herein are protected by copyright law and the exemption for fair use of copyrighted works.