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Skip to comments.Man believed to be Mladic arrested in Serbia
Posted on 05/26/2011 4:26:21 AM PDT by nuconvert
BELGRADE, Serbia A man believed to be Gen. Ratko Mladic, Europe's most wanted war crimes fugitive, has been arrested in Serbia, news media reported Thursday.
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Shoot him in the head and dunp him in the Adriatic Sea.
Sounds ok to me.
No...skin him alive and then cover him in salt....add a coupla colonies of ants for good measure..
Mladic went to war against the Muslims and was very effective. The Powers That Rule the World will never forgive him for that,
I’m sure the Croatian christians would disagree with you.
YOUR comment negates my first thought, which is; There sure are a lot of muzzies being 'dealt with' on zero's watch.
I wondered if some of these people were either fictitious or just not so important, but promoted to be.
Admittedly I am deeply suspicious of amything that is a positive against the enemies of America (raghead bastards, f'rinstance .. ) during this zero administration.
I'll look this duy up before I comment further ... but my paranoia has me prepared for .. "Yeah sure .. they wouldn't publish this shit unless and untill all the residual "data" was in place first"
The Croats aren’t in a very forgiving mood either, I’m sure. Especially those who were surrounded in Mostar.
“Im sure the Croatian christians would disagree with you.”
“Fr Branimir Kosec, a former parish priest in Vukovar, captured when the town fell to the Yugoslav Army in November 1991, was among the many Croats taken prisoner in November 1991. At first, alongside other people from Vukovar, he was held in prison in Sremska Mitrovica, in Vojvodina.
He was then taken to an army barracks in Aleksinac and transferred to Nis from where he was released for exchange on December 10, 1991.
Fr Kosec said the regime in Nis involved routine torture. The guards beat us most at night and did not spare anyone, he said. He said he was held in a cell containing around 40 mostly elderly people from Vukovar, civilians just like me. At the time of his arrest, he had been a parish priest in the monastery church of St Philip and Jacob in Vukovar.
He says that one Colonel Jovanovic ran the camp but he could not recall his first name.
A second witness to the conditions in Nis, Niko Mirosavljevic, now living in Zagreb, told Balkan Insight that he spent 270 days in camps in Serbia after capture in Vukovar and was exchanged as a 50-per-cent invalid, with broken chest bones, jaw, nose and ribs.
All the camps were nasty but Begejci and Nis were the worst, he said. We were beaten all the time in Nis. They would storm the rooms day and night and beat people even in bed. They beat us both with batons and rifle butts.”
Ratko Mldic is the Serb General the idiot Wesley Clark posed with exchanging hats. I’m sure Ratko was embarrassed by that.
Has General Wesley Clark commented yet? /s
Terrific & in-depth background on the Balkan/Kosovo intervention fomented by the despicable EU/Germany/BJClintonista-Samantha Powers and a variety of Neo-Cons from Jacob Heilbrunn @ the National Interest can be found here. http://nationalinterest.org/article/samantha-her-subjects-5161
The chief U.N. war crimes prosecutor has complained in the past that Serbian authorities were not doing enough to capture him. Prosecutors have said they believed he was hiding in Serbia under the protection of hardliners who consider him a hero. Mladic was last seen in Belgrade in 2006.
I don't know about Mladic, but feel the Serbs were blamed for many things they did not do in Bosnia. And at the same time we overlooked/hid atrocities by the Croats and Muzzies, during Slick Willies Wag the Dog War.
And more recently in Kosovo, do a little research on Hashim Thaçi (KLA leader now the Prime Minister of Kosovo). Horrors? Research a little about Carla Del Ponte who was Chief Prosecutor at the ICTY.
In 2008, Del Ponte published a book "The Hunt" in which she collected rather extensive evidence that the Kosovo Albanians were smuggling human organs of kidnapped Serbs after the Kosovo war ended in 1999. Her book created an international controversy. She accused Thaci of leading the atrocities committed against Serb civilians.
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