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20 Jahre Srebrenica-Massaker 11.07.1995

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  1. #561
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  2. #562
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    gestern hatte ich mich gefragt, welches dumme arschloch wohl wieder mit einer Provokation anfangen wird.....

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    Verstehst das Bild wohl nicht.

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    Serbian Policemen’s Arrests Over Srebrenica Mission Probed

    The Serbian Ombudsman’s office has launched an urgent probe of the arrests of two officers for passing official secrets to media about their covert and allegedly illegal assignment in Srebrenica in 2015.


    Milan Dumanovic, one of the arrested police officers, in an interview with Al Jazeera Balkans. Photo: Printscreen.
    Ombudsman Sasa Jankovic has launched an urgent probe after two police officers were detained on suspicion of disclosing official secrets by talking to media about their undercover assignment at the Srebrenica anniversary commemoration in 2015, which was attended by Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic.
    Police officers Mladen Trbovic and Milan Dumanovic were arrested on December 31 after they talked to Al Jazeera Balkans about their covert mission, which they believe was unlawful because Bosnia and Herzegovina was not told that they were operating at the ceremony in Srebrenica.
    Serbian newspaper Danas reported on Thursday that representatives of the Ombudsman’s office spoke to the arrested police officers on January 1 and that Jankovic’s office will make its findings public after the probe is finished.
    On January 2, an investigative judge ruled that the men would be remanded in custody for 30 days, while the case against them has been declared a state secret.
    On January 4, their lawyer Vladimir Todoric asked for the removal of the prosecutor assigned to the case, Radmila Jovanovic, as he claimed her impartiality was compromised because she allegedly had a cigarette lighter branded with the logo of the ruling Progressive Party with her during a court hearing.
    The two former members of the Serbian police’s Department for Observation and Documentation - a surveillance unit - gave an interview to Al Jazeera Balkans on October 11, saying they were among 18 police officers sent to Srebrenica on July 11, 2015 to secretly film the commemoration ceremony marking the 20th anniversary of the massacres.
    Serbian Prime Minister Vucic received an angry reception when he arrived at the ceremony, and stones and water bottles were thrown at him. Some Bosniaks believe Vucic should not have attended because he refuses to call the massacres genocide.
    Trbovic and Dumanovic told Al Jazeera Balkans that they were given verbal orders and were sent to Bosnia without official identification, badges or weapons, but that they were given the same identification documents as security officers at the commemoration.
    According to Bosnia and Herzegovina’s laws, members of foreign state security forces cannot under any circumstances carry out tasks on Bosnian territory without permission.
    Bosnian security minister Dragan Mektic told Al Jazeera Balkans in October that apart from the officially-announced security details at the commemoration, the Bosnian authorities were not aware that any other security operatives were present.
    “Except the security [detail] that was reported [to the Bosnian authorities], we had no other announcements, nor at that moment did we have any other information that someone was there except that security,” Mektic said.
    After returning from Srebrenica, Dumanovic asked his supervisors for an explanation about why they were sent on a foreign assignment when official records stated that they were in Serbia at the time.
    In summer 2016, Trbovic and Dumanovic filed criminal complaints for abuse of office against four senior police officials – Dejan Milenkovic, chief of the Special Investigative Methods Department, Goran Nesic, the head of the Department for Observation and Documentation, his deputy Tomislav Radovanovic, and Dijana Hrkalovic, secretary of the Criminal Police.
    After the complaints were dismissed, the two men decided to talk about the case to the media.
    Serbian police union Sloga said on January 1 that Trbovic was fired from the police few months ago after a disciplinary procedure, while Dumanovic was reassigned to the police department in the town of Pancevo.
    Zeljko Veselinovic, the head of the union, told N1 TV that the arrest of two men sent the wrong message to police officers.
    “With their detention, there is the fear that tomorrow every police officer that receives an order that is not in accordance with the law will have to obey it, or he will be detained or fired,” Veselinovic said on January 4.
    However Vucic said last year that he had no problems with the Serbian police’s security operation in Srebrenica in July 2015.
    “Are there police officers who did something wrong or did they just help to save my head, and now some are sad that I have survived, someone would love it if I had been killed?” Vucic said on October 13.
    “I cannot understand the meaning [of this], I noticed that some people are trying to make I don’t know what out of this, but I don’t see the meaning - [did they] plan to kill Vucic and are now sorry it didn’t [happen]?” he asked.

    http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/arti...bed-01-05-2017

  5. #565
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    Serbian Policemen’s Arrests Over Srebrenica Mission Probed

    The Serbian Ombudsman’s office has launched an urgent probe of the arrests of two officers for passing official secrets to media about their covert and allegedly illegal assignment in Srebrenica in 2015.


    Milan Dumanovic, one of the arrested police officers, in an interview with Al Jazeera Balkans. Photo: Printscreen.
    Ombudsman Sasa Jankovic has launched an urgent probe after two police officers were detained on suspicion of disclosing official secrets by talking to media about their undercover assignment at the Srebrenica anniversary commemoration in 2015, which was attended by Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic.
    Police officers Mladen Trbovic and Milan Dumanovic were arrested on December 31 after they talked to Al Jazeera Balkans about their covert mission, which they believe was unlawful because Bosnia and Herzegovina was not told that they were operating at the ceremony in Srebrenica.
    Serbian newspaper Danas reported on Thursday that representatives of the Ombudsman’s office spoke to the arrested police officers on January 1 and that Jankovic’s office will make its findings public after the probe is finished.
    On January 2, an investigative judge ruled that the men would be remanded in custody for 30 days, while the case against them has been declared a state secret.
    On January 4, their lawyer Vladimir Todoric asked for the removal of the prosecutor assigned to the case, Radmila Jovanovic, as he claimed her impartiality was compromised because she allegedly had a cigarette lighter branded with the logo of the ruling Progressive Party with her during a court hearing.
    The two former members of the Serbian police’s Department for Observation and Documentation - a surveillance unit - gave an interview to Al Jazeera Balkans on October 11, saying they were among 18 police officers sent to Srebrenica on July 11, 2015 to secretly film the commemoration ceremony marking the 20th anniversary of the massacres.
    Serbian Prime Minister Vucic received an angry reception when he arrived at the ceremony, and stones and water bottles were thrown at him. Some Bosniaks believe Vucic should not have attended because he refuses to call the massacres genocide.
    Trbovic and Dumanovic told Al Jazeera Balkans that they were given verbal orders and were sent to Bosnia without official identification, badges or weapons, but that they were given the same identification documents as security officers at the commemoration.
    According to Bosnia and Herzegovina’s laws, members of foreign state security forces cannot under any circumstances carry out tasks on Bosnian territory without permission.
    Bosnian security minister Dragan Mektic told Al Jazeera Balkans in October that apart from the officially-announced security details at the commemoration, the Bosnian authorities were not aware that any other security operatives were present.
    “Except the security [detail] that was reported [to the Bosnian authorities], we had no other announcements, nor at that moment did we have any other information that someone was there except that security,” Mektic said.
    After returning from Srebrenica, Dumanovic asked his supervisors for an explanation about why they were sent on a foreign assignment when official records stated that they were in Serbia at the time.
    In summer 2016, Trbovic and Dumanovic filed criminal complaints for abuse of office against four senior police officials – Dejan Milenkovic, chief of the Special Investigative Methods Department, Goran Nesic, the head of the Department for Observation and Documentation, his deputy Tomislav Radovanovic, and Dijana Hrkalovic, secretary of the Criminal Police.
    After the complaints were dismissed, the two men decided to talk about the case to the media.
    Serbian police union Sloga said on January 1 that Trbovic was fired from the police few months ago after a disciplinary procedure, while Dumanovic was reassigned to the police department in the town of Pancevo.
    Zeljko Veselinovic, the head of the union, told N1 TV that the arrest of two men sent the wrong message to police officers.
    “With their detention, there is the fear that tomorrow every police officer that receives an order that is not in accordance with the law will have to obey it, or he will be detained or fired,” Veselinovic said on January 4.
    However Vucic said last year that he had no problems with the Serbian police’s security operation in Srebrenica in July 2015.
    “Are there police officers who did something wrong or did they just help to save my head, and now some are sad that I have survived, someone would love it if I had been killed?” Vucic said on October 13.
    “I cannot understand the meaning [of this], I noticed that some people are trying to make I don’t know what out of this, but I don’t see the meaning - [did they] plan to kill Vucic and are now sorry it didn’t [happen]?” he asked.

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    Zitat Zitat von Izdajnik Beitrag anzeigen
    Serbian Policemen’s Arrests Over Srebrenica Mission Probed

    The Serbian Ombudsman’s office has launched an urgent probe of the arrests of two officers for passing official secrets to media about their covert and allegedly illegal assignment in Srebrenica in 2015.


    Milan Dumanovic, one of the arrested police officers, in an interview with Al Jazeera Balkans. Photo: Printscreen.
    Ombudsman Sasa Jankovic has launched an urgent probe after two police officers were detained on suspicion of disclosing official secrets by talking to media about their undercover assignment at the Srebrenica anniversary commemoration in 2015, which was attended by Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic.
    Police officers Mladen Trbovic and Milan Dumanovic were arrested on December 31 after they talked to Al Jazeera Balkans about their covert mission, which they believe was unlawful because Bosnia and Herzegovina was not told that they were operating at the ceremony in Srebrenica.
    Serbian newspaper Danas reported on Thursday that representatives of the Ombudsman’s office spoke to the arrested police officers on January 1 and that Jankovic’s office will make its findings public after the probe is finished.
    On January 2, an investigative judge ruled that the men would be remanded in custody for 30 days, while the case against them has been declared a state secret.
    On January 4, their lawyer Vladimir Todoric asked for the removal of the prosecutor assigned to the case, Radmila Jovanovic, as he claimed her impartiality was compromised because she allegedly had a cigarette lighter branded with the logo of the ruling Progressive Party with her during a court hearing.
    The two former members of the Serbian police’s Department for Observation and Documentation - a surveillance unit - gave an interview to Al Jazeera Balkans on October 11, saying they were among 18 police officers sent to Srebrenica on July 11, 2015 to secretly film the commemoration ceremony marking the 20th anniversary of the massacres.
    Serbian Prime Minister Vucic received an angry reception when he arrived at the ceremony, and stones and water bottles were thrown at him. Some Bosniaks believe Vucic should not have attended because he refuses to call the massacres genocide.
    Trbovic and Dumanovic told Al Jazeera Balkans that they were given verbal orders and were sent to Bosnia without official identification, badges or weapons, but that they were given the same identification documents as security officers at the commemoration.
    According to Bosnia and Herzegovina’s laws, members of foreign state security forces cannot under any circumstances carry out tasks on Bosnian territory without permission.
    Bosnian security minister Dragan Mektic told Al Jazeera Balkans in October that apart from the officially-announced security details at the commemoration, the Bosnian authorities were not aware that any other security operatives were present.
    “Except the security [detail] that was reported [to the Bosnian authorities], we had no other announcements, nor at that moment did we have any other information that someone was there except that security,” Mektic said.
    After returning from Srebrenica, Dumanovic asked his supervisors for an explanation about why they were sent on a foreign assignment when official records stated that they were in Serbia at the time.
    In summer 2016, Trbovic and Dumanovic filed criminal complaints for abuse of office against four senior police officials – Dejan Milenkovic, chief of the Special Investigative Methods Department, Goran Nesic, the head of the Department for Observation and Documentation, his deputy Tomislav Radovanovic, and Dijana Hrkalovic, secretary of the Criminal Police.
    After the complaints were dismissed, the two men decided to talk about the case to the media.
    Serbian police union Sloga said on January 1 that Trbovic was fired from the police few months ago after a disciplinary procedure, while Dumanovic was reassigned to the police department in the town of Pancevo.
    Zeljko Veselinovic, the head of the union, told N1 TV that the arrest of two men sent the wrong message to police officers.
    “With their detention, there is the fear that tomorrow every police officer that receives an order that is not in accordance with the law will have to obey it, or he will be detained or fired,” Veselinovic said on January 4.
    However Vucic said last year that he had no problems with the Serbian police’s security operation in Srebrenica in July 2015.
    “Are there police officers who did something wrong or did they just help to save my head, and now some are sad that I have survived, someone would love it if I had been killed?” Vucic said on October 13.
    “I cannot understand the meaning [of this], I noticed that some people are trying to make I don’t know what out of this, but I don’t see the meaning - [did they] plan to kill Vucic and are now sorry it didn’t [happen]?” he asked.

    http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/arti...bed-01-05-2017
    Was genau hat diese Nachricht mit dem Thread zu tun?

  6. #566
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    Zitat Zitat von Dissention Beitrag anzeigen
    Was genau hat diese Nachricht mit dem Thread zu tun?
    Weil es um um den Auftritt zum Gedenken 2015 geht.

    The Serbian Ombudsman’s office has launched an urgent probe of the arrests of two officers for passing official secrets to media about their covert and allegedly illegal assignment in Srebrenica in 2015.

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    alles hat mit srebrenica zu tun selbst die morde an serben noch vor dem krieg in kro......

  8. #568
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    alles hat mit srebrenica zu tun selbst die morde an serben noch vor dem krieg in kro......
    Hauptsache du als bekennender Völkermordleugner von Srebrenica, musst deinen Senf dazu abgeben....

    Musst du deinen Kötern keinen Weihnachtsbraten zubereiten oder sowas? Scheinst echt ne verdammt einsame Seele zu sein

  9. #569
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    Es wird nicht funktionieren, jeden mundtot zu machen, der über Srebrenica spricht. Das sind aktuelle News und sehr interessante noch dazu.

  10. #570
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    Zitat Zitat von Cobra Beitrag anzeigen
    Hauptsache du als bekennender Völkermordleugner von Srebrenica, musst deinen Senf dazu abgeben....

    Musst du deinen Kötern keinen Weihnachtsbraten zubereiten oder sowas? Scheinst echt ne verdammt einsame Seele zu sein


    hauptsache du bist unser virtuelle familienvater neben dem r8.... der 24 std im forum für den admin posten heuchelte und hechelte bis er ihn hatte dann hatte der virtuelle tag auf einmal auch ma 36 std.....in der besten zeit wo man normalerweise mit den kids draussen die zeit verbringt ......odjebi pennerschnauze deine lebenslügen sind schon längst aufgeflogen während du im pennerviertel essens dahin siffst.....60 000 beiträge plus die gleiche zahl nochma mit fakes wie leosladen sprechen bände über dich......

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