Evidence Withheld from Ratco Mladic ICC Trial Blames NATO for the 1995 Balkan War Srebrenica Massacre
… by Gordon Duff, Senior Editor … with Voikan Milosevic, Director, European Center for Counter-Terrorism
One of the most brutal incidents in recent history is the massacre at Srebrenica in 1995 by a paramilitary group known as “the Scorpions.”
We now have a top level witness and reams of official documents that categorically prove that it was NATO that ordered not only the Dutch “stand down” that led to the killings, but recruited, paid and controlled the Scorpions as well, those who murdered more people in one day since Stalin’s last migraine.
It was the trial of Ratko Mladic that may be the destruction of the ICC or at least should be. As Timothy Blanchford-Henchly points out in Serbian SOS:
“The Ratko Mladic trial at the farcical International Criminal Court – that travesty of justice and insult to international law which kidnaps people, illegally detains them and does not apply the principles of due process – has been interrupted indefinitely after the prosecution “forgot” to deliver thousands of pages of evidence to the defence.”It was this key evidence and this witness, now safely in Belarus, that caused the ICC to stop the trial of Ratko Mladic, the “fall guy”. The new documents show was it “set up” by the French DRM in 70 communiques we now hold.
Though, with the breakup of Yugoslavia, the region was left with scores to settle, some between Christians and Muslims, there were other forces at play also.
The vast international drug trade had been channeled for decades from the far east, through processing centers in Turkey and through Yugoslavia.
If the status quo is any indication of intent, NATO is now sitting on Kosovo, Bulgaria, Romania and much of the region that is now a center of drug trafficking, of international crime and a region increasingly fortified to threaten Russia, Syria or Iran.
This may well have been the NATO intent when organizing the formation of the Scorpions and ordering the slaughter of thousands of civilians.....read more