Radovan Karadzic festgenommen!!!
Erstellt von Dobričina, 21.07.2008, 23:31 Uhr · 535 Antworten · 19.769 Aufrufe
Ein großer Tag für Serbien. Jetzt gilt es nur noch die anderen Verantwortlichen vor Gericht zu stellen, damit endlich wieder eine Perspektive für das unser Volk in Aussicht rückt. Wunderbar !!!
den mladic noch,
Zitat von NaleP
man sieht,am ende siegt immer die gerechtigkeit.
aber man sagte,das er nicht in serbien ist..komisch das er da gefangen wurde,in belgrad(hauptstadt).
wie dem auch sei,ein weiterer weg!
ein großer tag für die gerechtigkeit.
ob da wohl n zusammenhang besteht...?
"Serbia names new secret service chief
July 19, 2008 – 9:26 am
Sasa Vukadinovic was appointed as the chief Director of the Serbian Security Information Agency. Vukadinovic was appointed by the Democratic Party, the largest coalition partner in government. Vukadinovic is the fourth secret service chief since it was transformed from the State Security Service
Vukadinovic was born on January 12, 1972 in Krusevac, graduated from the Belgrade Law Faculty in 1997, worked for three years as a lawyer, then became a federal official for less than one year, before becoming the head of Secretariat for Internal Affairs (SUP) of Krusevac in 2001 where he remained in that position until June 2007, when he was appointed the head of the Administration for the Execution of Penitentiary Sanctions. Vukadinovic broke up one of the most powerful criminal groups in Serbia, the group of Zoran Jotic Jotka, as the head of SUP Krusevac during Operation Saber, conducted after the assassination of Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic in 2003."
aber immer doch
Zitat von Marija
Also nach neusten Infos die aber nur von seinen Anwälten kommen wie ich es verstanden habe...
Er war in einem Linienbus in Belgrad wo unsere Leute rein stürmten, ihn einen Sack über den Kopf zogen und abschlepten. ^^
Karadzic arrested in Serbia
AP, DUSAN STOJANOVIC
July 21, 2008 6:54 PM
BELGRADE, Serbia-Former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic, accused architect of war crimes including Europe's worst massacre since World War II, was arrested Monday evening in a raid that ended a nearly 13-year manhunt, the country's president and the U.N. tribunal said.
Karadzic, one of the world's top war crimes fugitives, was accused of masterminding mass killings that the U.N. war crimes tribunal described as "scenes from hell, written on the darkest pages of human history."
Accused of organizing the 1995 massacre of 8,000 Muslims in Srebrenica and other atrocities of the Bosnian war, Karadzic topped the tribunal's most-wanted list for more than a decade, allegedly resorting to elaborate disguises to elude authorities.
"I was informed by our colleagues in Belgrade about the successful operation which resulted in the arrest of Radovan Karadzic," the tribunal's head prosecutor, Serge Brammertz, said.
President Boris Tadic's office said Karadzic had been taken before the investigative judge of Serbia's war crimes court, a legal procedure that indicates he would soon be extradited to the U.N. war crimes court in The Hague, Netherlands.
Heavily armed special forces of the Serbian Gendarmerie were deployed around the war-crimes court in Belgrade where Karadzic was taken. Karadzic's brother, Luka, was seen arriving at the location in central Belgrade.
The fugitive's wife, Ljiljana, told The Associated Press by phone from her home in Karadzic's former stronghold, Pale, near Sarajevo that her daughter Sonja had called her before midnight.
"As the phone rang, I knew something was wrong. I'm shocked. Confused. At least now, we know he is alive," Ljiljana Karadzic said, declining further comment.
Serbia has been under heavy pressure from the European Union to turn over suspects to the international tribunal, which indicted Karadzic on genocide charges in 1995.
Tadic's office said in a statement that Karadzic was arrested "in an action by the Serbian security services."
If Karadzic is extradited to the tribunal in The Hague, he would be the 44th Serb suspect extradited to the tribunal. The others include former President Slobodan Milosevic, who was ousted in 2000 and died in 2006 while on trial on war crimes charges.
"This is a very important day for the victims who have waited for this arrest for over a decade. It is also an important day for international justice because it clearly demonstrates that nobody is beyond the reach of the law and that sooner or later all fugitives will be brought to justice," Brammertz said.
The European Union said the arrest "illustrates the commitment of the new Belgrade government to contributing to peace and stability in the Balkans region."
A statement from the EU presidency, currently held by France, said the arrest was "an important step on the path to the rapprochement of Serbia with the European Union."
"This news gives us immense satisfaction. The new government in Belgrade stands for a new Serbia, for a new quality of relations with the EU," EU foreign affairs chief Javier Solana said in a statement. "Radovan Karadzic will be facing a tribunal, having a fair trial, responding for many crimes. this is a good day for justice in the Balkans."
Charges against Karadzic include genocide, murder, inhumane acts, and other crimes committed during the 1992-1995 war.
His indictment alleges that he, acting together with others, committed the crimes to secure control of areas of Bosnia which had been proclaimed part of the "Serbian Republic" and significantly reducing its non-Serb population.
Karadzic's reported hide-outs included Serbian Orthodox monasteries and refurbished mountain caves in remote eastern Bosnia. Some newspaper reports said he had at times disguised himself as a priest by shaving off his trademark silver mane and donning a brown cassock.
As leader of Bosnia's Serbs, Karadzic hobnobbed with international negotiators and his interviews were top news items during the 3 1/2-year Bosnian war, set off when a government dominated by Slavic Muslims and Croats declared independence from Yugoslavia in 1992.
But his life changed by the time the war ended in late 1995 with an estimated 250,000 people dead and another 1.8 million driven from their homes. He was indicted twice by the U.N. tribunal on genocide charges stemming from his alleged crimes against Bosnia's Muslims and Croats.
Under the indictment, last amended in May 2000, the U.N. war crimes tribunal charged former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic with 15 counts of genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity and other atrocities committed between 1992 to 1996.
Those counts include six counts of genocide and complicity in genocide; two counts of crimes against humanity and two counts of deportations and other inhumane acts; and one count each of persecution, inflicting terror on civilians, taking hostages, violating laws of war and gravely breaching the Geneva Conventions
Last month, Serb authorities turned over to The Hague ex-Bosnian Serb police chief, Stojan Zupljanin, who was arrested in the town of Pancevo after nine years on the run.
On Monday, Zupljanin pleaded innocent to 12 charges of murder, torture and persecution of Bosnian Muslims and Croats in 1992. Zupljanin was charged with war crimes for allegedly overseeing Serb-run prison camps where thousands of Muslims and Croats were killed during the 1992-95 war in Bosnia.
Zitat von LepaSelaLepoGore
Hej...ne kleine übersetzung ins deutsche wäre nicht schlecht!
Nicht jeder kann englisch :wink:
die beiden rot markierten stellen wären...
...karadic wurde umgehend vor serbiens kriegsverbrechergericht gestellt, was den ersten schritt zur baldigen auslieferung nach den haag bedeutet.
...karaddic hat sich angeblich u.a. in alten klostern und rausgeputzten hölensystemen in den bergen ost-bosniens versteckt. angeblich hat er auch seine mähne rasiert und n entsprechendes gewand getragen, um sich als priester zu tarnen.
im rest des textes steht nix neues, ausser, dass seine tochter und frau froh sind, zu wissen, dass er noch lebt...
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