The Hague War Crimes Tribunal has overturned the convictions of Croatian generals, Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markac, charged with atrocities against Serbs in the 1990s.
In 2011 they were sentenced to 24 years and 18 years respectively on counts of murder, persecution, and plunder, for the killing of ethnic Serbs in a military operation to retake Croatia's Krajina region.
The case was tried at The Hague on appeal and the rule is final. The judges at the tribunal for former Yugoslavia ordered the release of the two, both aged 57....
"In 2011 they[Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markac] were sentenced to 24 years and 18 years respectively on counts of murder, persecution, and plunder, for the killing of ethnic Serbs..." and now,
in 2012, The Hague War Crimes Tribunal (HWCT) acquits them. Triump of HH Justice or a bunch of HWCT peder*sts in action...
Democracy, You say? So nice.
I wouldn't be so severe to Bulgarian judges...it looks sooner that this
serpentarium "The Hague" decided to pay-by that shameful decision- tribute to the memory of all Croatian fascists/terrorists known as "Ustashi", responsible for the deaths of hundreds of thousands of Serbs during World War II. Kindred spirits...
"God save us from plague, famine and Croats" .....and the Hague.
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