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VERDICT FOR GENOCIDE AGAINST BOSNIAKS IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA
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This series is based on scientifically verified knowledge and the essential results of scientific research, of the many eminent researcher institutions of genocide and other crimes against humanity and international law in Europe and the world.
Genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina is characterized as the aimed killing and forced expulsion of Bosniaks by the destruction of material evidence of their history, culture, religion and traditions as well as surrounding, siege and shelling of Bosnian cities, depriving citizens of thirst and hunger, terrorizing them in the besieged enclaves and other forms of crimes against humanity and international law, with the intention of destroying the state of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the extermination of Bosniaks as the national, ethnic or religious group.
In addition to the judgments of international and national courts for genocide in and around the UN safe area of Srebrenica, the German courts lawfully prosecuted the following criminals for aiding in the commission of the crime of genocide: Nikola Jorgić (participated in committing genocide in the territory of Doboj), Novislav Djajic (in Foca) Djuradj Kušljić (in Kotor Varos) and Maksim Sokolovic (the village of Osmaci in Kalesija). In addition to these crimes, the courts of the United States have found that Radovan Karadjic was responsible for crimes of genocide, rape and torture in concentrations camps.
International armed conflict– the aggression on the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The armed conflict in Bosnia and Herzegovina had an international character. Legal forces of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina– the Army and the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina, despite the embargo of the UN Security Council on the export of arms, had heroically and honorably defended citizens and unified Bosnian state and its social foundations from aggression of Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and its irredentism composed mostly of Bosnian Serbs, as well as from Croatian aggression and its irredentism composed partly of Bosnian Croats- i.e. they were fighting against two states with their surrogates in Bosnia; two states which formed in a coordinated way their nationalist quasi-statal creations- the Republic of Srpska and the Croatian Republic of Herceg-Bosna through their Serbian pact in1992-1995 via military aggression and genocide thus destroying the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina and its loyal citizens.
The ICTY has already founded in five different cases that the war in the territory of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina was not a civil, but rather an international armed conflict, defined as aggression by the two countries, the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (Serbia and Montenegro) and the Croatian Republic on the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Numerous relevant scientific researches and sources of different provenance from all around the world reliably suggest two initial and fundamental provisions for the contemporary events and episodes in 1992-1995: firstly, a classic and armed aggression of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (Serbia and Montenegro) and the Croatian Republic was conducted on the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina as well as on its citizens; it was a crime against the peace and safety of mankind which is in accordance to the basic understanding and definition of the international armed conflict called aggression; secondly, the worst crime in International law - the crime of genocide was committed in territory of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina against Bosniaks as the national, ethnical and religious group.
All available relevant and valid documents, scientific facts, empirical data, and other experiential learning undoubtedly prove and confirm that the (entity) of the Republic of Srpska is a genocidal creation (of Great Serbian Nazism i.e. of Federal Yugoslav Republic of Yugoslavia / Serbia and Montenegro), built on great violations of international humanitarian law, particularly on the crime of genocide, bordered and covered with numerous mass and individual graves.
The aggression on the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the genocide against Bosniaks are the essence of the joint criminal enterprise of Yugoslavia (presently-known as the Republic of Serbia and Montenegro) and the Republic of Croatia. Through the use of police and military forces, in cooperation with its irredentism within Bosnia and Herzegovina, the aggressors on the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina had the initial intention to conquer, divide and destroy the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina as a sovereign and independent state, and a member of the United Nations, through the destruction of Bosniaks as predominant nation. All relevant scientific resources confirm that the aggression on the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina and genocide against its people is premeditated, organized, planned genocidal act of the aggressor.
Final judgments of international and national judicial authorities for the crime of genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina are as follows:
1. The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY): The Case number IT- 98-33 against Radoslav Krstic in 2004, convicted of aiding and abetting genocide in Srebrenica,
2. The International Court of Justice, ICJ presented its judgment on 26 February 2007, in which, among other things, was confirmed that Serbia violated the terms number 1 and number 4 of The UN Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of Genocide of 1948 (violation of the obligation to prevent genocide and violation of obligations of impunity of perpetrators of genocide in Bosnia), and that the RS stands for the perpetrator of the crime of genocide.
3. The Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, The Case number X-KR-07/386, Milorad Trbic in 2011, accused guilty of genocide in Srebrenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina
4. The Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Case number X-KR-05/24, Milenko Trifunovic, Branko Dzinic, Aleksandar Radovanovic, Slobodan Jakovljevic and Branislav Medan in 2009, convicted of aiding in commission of crimes in Sreberenica,
5. the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Case nr. X-KRZ-05/24-1, Petar Mitrovic in 2009, convicted of aiding in commission of crimes in Srebrenica
6. The Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Case nr S1 1K 006124 11 KZK (X-Krz-06/180-2), Radomir Vukovic in 2012, convicted of aiding in commission of genocide in Srebrenica
7. The German Federal Supreme Court, Nikola Jorgic, accused of aiding in commission of crimes in Doboj
8. The German Federal Supreme Court, Maksim Sokolovic in 2011, accused of aiding in commission of crimes in the territory of Osmaci, Kalesija, Bosnia and Herzegovina
9. The Bavarian Appeals Court in Germany: Novislav Đajić in 1997 (for genocide in Foča). In this case, the Court acquitted Novislav Đajić of charges but found that the crime of genocide had been committed in Foča, Bosnia and Herzegovina,
10. The Federal Court of Justice in Germany: Djuradj Kusljic in 2001, accused of aiding in commission of the crimes of genocide in Kotor Varos,
Non-final judgements of international and national judicial authorities for genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina:
1. The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY): The Cases: Vujadin Popovic, Ljubisa Beara, Drago Nikolic in 2010, accused guilty of genocide in Srebrenica, subject to appeal,
2. The Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina; the cases: Momir Pelemis and Slavko Peric in 2011, accused of complicity in the case of crime of genocide in Srebrenica,
3. The Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina; the cases: Dusko Jevic and Medeljev Djuric in 2012, accused of aiding in the commission of crimes in Srebrenica.
Sources of scientific knowledge:
1.Institute for Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law, University of Sarajevo
2.Institute for Research of Genocide, Canada
3.The International Criminal Tribunal for areas of the former Yugoslavia
4. The International Court of Justice