Thursday, August 28, 2008


SARAJEVO, Bosnia (August 29,2008) - Today,Bosnia marks the 13th anniversary of a massacre, which prompted NATO's airstrikes and led to the end of the 1992-95 Serbian aggression against the country .Thousands of Bosnians are attending the ceremony held today in the Bosnian capital Sarajevo where a mortar shell fired from the genocidal Serbian fascist aggressor's positions tore through a crowded market called "Markale" in downtown Sarajevo, killing 43 and injuring 84 Bosnian civilians on August 28,1995.

The massacre came two months after the genocidal Serbian fascist savages mass murdered some 10,000 Bosnian civilians in the eastern Bosnian town of Srebrenica.

In 1998 the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia indicted Serbian war criminal Stanislav Galić on the basis of individual responsibility on charges of murder, inhumane acts other than murder, cimes against humanity, unlawfully inflicting terror upon civilians, attacks on civilians and violations of the laws and customs of war. The indictment was sealed until Serbian war criminal Stanislav Galić was arrested on December 20, 1999.

Prosecutors introduced into evidence a report including the testimony of ammunition expert Berko Zečević.He reported that certain components of the projectile could only have been produced in one of two places, both of which were under the control of the genocidal Serbian fascist aggressor. The court found Serbian war criminal Stanislav Galić guilty beyond reasonable doubt of all five mass killings prosecutors had charged him with, including Markale massacre.

On December 5, 2003 his trial ended in a conviction and a 20 year sentence for the shelling and sniping of Sarajevo. Serbian war criminal Stanislav Galić appealed the judgement and on November 30, 2006 his appeal was rejected and the appeals chamber extended his sentence from 20 years to life imprisonment.

On Friday former leader and creator of the genocidal Serbian creature in Bosnia "RS" and one of the masterminds of the genocide against the Bosnian people,Serbian war criminal Radovan Karadzic will be asked to enter pleas on 11 counts of war crimes, including Genocide, at the U.N. war crimes tribunal in the Hague, the Netherlands.

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