Bosnian Genocide

Numerous relevant scientific researches and sources of different provenance reliably suggest the two initial and basic, essential fundamental settings and provisions for the contemporary events and episodes in the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina at the end of XX century:

First, a classic armed aggression was conducted against the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina, it was crime against peace and safety of mankind which is according to the basic understanding and definition an international armed conflict.

Second, the worst crimes – crime of genocide was committed in the territory of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina against Bosniaks under siege.

 

 Final judgments of international and national judicial authorities for genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina:

1.The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY): The Cases Radoslav Krstic in 2004, Convicted of aiding and abetting genocide in Srebrenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

2.The Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, The Cases Milorad Trbic in 2011,  accused guilty of genocide in Srebrenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

3.The German Bundesgerichtshof (Federal Supreme Court), Nikola Jorgic, in 1999, accused guilty of genocide in Doboj, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

4.The German Bundesgerichtshof (Federal Supreme Court), Maksim Sokolovic, in 2001, accused guilty of genocide in Osmaci, Kalesija, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

5. The Bavarian Appeals Court in Germany: Novislav Đajić in 1997. (for genocide in Foča). In this case, the Court acquitted Novislav Đajić for genocide charges but found that the crime of genocide had been committed in Foča, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

6. The International Court of Justice ICJ presented its judgment on 26 February 2007, in which, among other things, it confirmed the ICTY judgment that the Srebrenica massacre was genocide, stating: The Court concludes that the acts committed at Srebrenica falling within Article II (a) and (b) of the Convention were committed with the specific intent to destroy in part the group of the Muslims of Bosnia and Herzegovina as such; and accordingly that these were acts of genocide, committed by members of the VRS in and around Srebrenica from about 13 July 1995. The Court found – although not unanimously – that Serbia was neither directly responsible for Srebrenica genocide, nor that it was complicit in it, but it did rule that Serbia had committed the breach the Genocide Convention by failing to prevent the Srebrenica genocide, for not cooperating with the ICTY in punishing the perpetrators of the genocide, in particular in respect of General Ratko Mladić, and for violating its obligation to comply with the provisional measures ordered by the Court.Vice-President of the Court dissented on the grounds that “Serbia’s involvement, as a principal actor or accomplice, in the genocide that took place in Srebrenica is supported by massive and compelling evidence.”

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

List of Bosnian genocide prosecutions: Reference

http://www.thefullwiki.org/List_of_Bosnian_genocide_prosecutions

More about Aggression on Bosnia and Herzegovina and Genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Prof. Dr. Smail Cekic, Professor at the Faculty of political science and Director of the Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law, University of Sarajevo

AGGRESSION AGAINST THE REPUBLIC OF BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA AND GENOCIDE AGAINST BOSNIACS

Numerous relevant scientific researches and sources of different provenance reliably suggest the two initial and basic, essential fundamental settings and provisions for the contemporary events and episodes in the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina at the end of XX century:

First, a classic armed aggression was conducted against the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina, it was crime against peace and safety of mankind which is according to the basic understanding and definition an international armed conflict.

Second, the worst crimes – crime of genocide was committed in the territory of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina against Bosniaks under siege.

Final judgments of international and national judicial authorities for genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina:

1.The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY): The Cases Radoslav Krstic in 2004, Convicted of aiding and abetting genocide in Srebrenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

2.The Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, The Cases Milorad Trbic in 2011,  accused guilty of genocide in Srebrenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

3.The German Bundesgerichtshof (Federal Supreme Court), Nikola Jorgic, in 1999, accused guilty of genocide in Doboj, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

4.The German Bundesgerichtshof (Federal Supreme Court), Maksim Sokolovic, in 2001, accused guilty of genocide in Osmaci, Kalesija, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

5. The Bavarian Appeals Court in Germany: Novislav Đajić in 1997. (for genocide in Foča). In this case, the Court acquitted Novislav Đajić for genocide charges but found that the crime of genocide had been committed in Foča, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

6. The International Court of Justice ICJ presented its judgment on 26 February 2007, in which, among other things, it confirmed the ICTY judgment that the Srebrenica massacre was genocide, stating: The Court concludes that the acts committed at Srebrenica falling within Article II (a) and (b) of the Convention were committed with the specific intent to destroy in part the group of the Muslims of Bosnia and Herzegovina as such; and accordingly that these were acts of genocide, committed by members of the VRS in and around Srebrenica from about 13 July 1995. The Court found – although not unanimously – that Serbia was neither directly responsible for Srebrenica genocide, nor that it was complicit in it, but it did rule that Serbia had committed the breach the Genocide Convention by failing to prevent the Srebrenica genocide, for not cooperating with the ICTY in punishing the perpetrators of the genocide, in particular in respect of General Ratko Mladić, and for violating its obligation to comply with the provisional measures ordered by the Court.Vice-President of the Court dissented on the grounds that “Serbia’s involvement, as a principal actor or accomplice, in the genocide that took place in Srebrenica is supported by massive and compelling evidence.”

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

Do not forget Genocide in B&H

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.

Do not forget, Series 1, Genocide in B&H

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Do not forget, Series 2, Genocide in Sarajevo

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Do not forget, Series 3, Genocide in Srebrenica

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Do not forget, Series 4, Genocide in Bratunac

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Do not forget, Series 5, Genocide in Brcko

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Do not forget, Series 6, Genocide in Foca

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Do not forget, Series 7, Genocide in Kljuc

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Do not forget, Series 8, Genocide in Nevesinje

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Do not forget, Series 9, Genocide in Sanski Most

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Do not forget, Series 10, Genocide in Prijedor

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Do not forget, Series 11, Genocide in Visegrad

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Do not forget, Series 12, Genocide in Vlasenica

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Do not forget, Series 13, Genocide in Zvornik

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Do not forget, Series 14, Genocide in Prozor

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Do not forget, Series 15, Genocide in Stolac

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Do not forget, Series 16, Genocide in Vitez

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Final judgments of international and national judicial authorities for the crime of genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina

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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

Chronology of Events 1985 – 1995

http://www.bosniafacts.info/web/chronology_of_events_1985_to_1995.php

The Secret History of Dayton U.S. Diplomacy and the Bosnia Peace Process 1995

http://www.bosniafacts.info/web/The_Secret_History_of_Dayton.php

Serbian Aggression on B&H

http://www.bosniafacts.info/web/serbian_aggression.php

Croatian Aggression on B&H

http://www.bosniafacts.info/web/croatian_aggression.php