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serben aus bosnien wünschen dem massenmörder und monster radovan karadzic alles gute

Erstellt von lulios, 19.06.2009, 18:55 Uhr · 91 Antworten · 6.689 Aufrufe

  1. #1
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    serben aus bosnien wünschen dem massenmörder und monster radovan karadzic alles gute

    'Happy Birthday, Mr President Karadzic'

    The Serbian National Movement, based in Banja Luka, Bosnia, has put up posters in nine cities across Bosnia and Herzegovina, wishing war crimes suspect Radovan Karadzic a happy birthday.



    BIRN's Justice Report has learnt that the posters, featuring Radovan Karadzic’s picture and “Happy birthday, President!”, appeared in Bosanski Novi, Prijedor, Gradiska, Banja Luka, Doboj, Brcko, Bijeljina, Vlasenica and Pale.

    Members of the Serbian National Movement “Izbor je nas”, “The choice is ours”, are behind the campaign.

    Justice Report has discovered that the posters in Banja Luka and Bijeljina downtown area have already been removed. The ones in Brcko are expected to be removed soon.

    Halid Emkic, spokesperson of the Brcko district police, said: “The team has taken the measures and actions in order to document the incident. The prosecutor has been informed about it. Measures will be taken to remove the posters.”


    Tijana Savic, spokesperson for the RS Police, said police had received a report on some posters having been put up in Bijeljina only.

    “The prosecution claims that there is no evidence of a criminal act and the posters have been removed,” Savic said.

    Dane Cankovic, the movement's president, told Justice Report: “In this way we are showing that we have not forgotten the person who deserves the credit for establishment of Republika Srpska and defence of the Serbian people. We have undertaken this action in order to show that we have not forgotten him. We wished him a happy birthday, which is a civilised act. We are hoping that Radovan Karadzic will be glad to see this.”

    Karadzic, the first President of Republika Srpska and Supreme Commander of the RS Armed Forces, has been charged with genocide, crimes against humanity and violation of laws and practices of warfare. After having been on the run for years, he was arrested in Belgrade in July 2008. His trial is expected to begin at The Hague in the coming months.

    “Radovan Karadzic is a political visionary, humanist and peacemaker. He fights for the truth. So, help us God, the Hague Tribunal will render a verdict of not guilty, after it sees the evidence he presents,” Cankovic said

    Karadzic was born on June 19, 1945, in the village of Petnjica, in Montenegro.

    (Report by BIRN - Justice Report. BIRN BiH)

    'Happy Birthday, Mr President Karadzic' :: BalkanInsight.com

    unfassbar das man diesem serbischen kriegsverbrecher und massenmörder alles gute zum geburtstag wünscht

  2. #2
    Beogradjanin
    warum unfassbar? das war ihr Führer

    und außerdem erst wenn jemand schuldig gesprochen wird ist er ein Verbrecher

    mir ist er egal doch sollen sie doch wo ist das Problem

  3. #3
    Dadi

    Daumen runter

    Zitat Zitat von lulios Beitrag anzeigen
    'Happy Birthday, Mr President Karadzic'

    The Serbian National Movement, based in Banja Luka, Bosnia, has put up posters in nine cities across Bosnia and Herzegovina, wishing war crimes suspect Radovan Karadzic a happy birthday.



    BIRN's Justice Report has learnt that the posters, featuring Radovan Karadzic’s picture and “Happy birthday, President!”, appeared in Bosanski Novi, Prijedor, Gradiska, Banja Luka, Doboj, Brcko, Bijeljina, Vlasenica and Pale.

    Members of the Serbian National Movement “Izbor je nas”, “The choice is ours”, are behind the campaign.

    Justice Report has discovered that the posters in Banja Luka and Bijeljina downtown area have already been removed. The ones in Brcko are expected to be removed soon.

    Halid Emkic, spokesperson of the Brcko district police, said: “The team has taken the measures and actions in order to document the incident. The prosecutor has been informed about it. Measures will be taken to remove the posters.”


    Tijana Savic, spokesperson for the RS Police, said police had received a report on some posters having been put up in Bijeljina only.

    “The prosecution claims that there is no evidence of a criminal act and the posters have been removed,” Savic said.

    Dane Cankovic, the movement's president, told Justice Report: “In this way we are showing that we have not forgotten the person who deserves the credit for establishment of Republika Srpska and defence of the Serbian people. We have undertaken this action in order to show that we have not forgotten him. We wished him a happy birthday, which is a civilised act. We are hoping that Radovan Karadzic will be glad to see this.”

    Karadzic, the first President of Republika Srpska and Supreme Commander of the RS Armed Forces, has been charged with genocide, crimes against humanity and violation of laws and practices of warfare. After having been on the run for years, he was arrested in Belgrade in July 2008. His trial is expected to begin at The Hague in the coming months.

    “Radovan Karadzic is a political visionary, humanist and peacemaker. He fights for the truth. So, help us God, the Hague Tribunal will render a verdict of not guilty, after it sees the evidence he presents,” Cankovic said

    Karadzic was born on June 19, 1945, in the village of Petnjica, in Montenegro.

    (Report by BIRN - Justice Report. BIRN BiH)

    'Happy Birthday, Mr President Karadzic' :: BalkanInsight.com

    unfassbar das man diesem serbischen kriegsverbrecher und massenmörder alles gute zum geburtstag wünscht

    Traurig...

  4. #4
    Avatar von aakii__SanDZAKlijA

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    Uradio je Genozid nad puno i treba dobiti kaznu.Prije ili kasnije ce dobit kaznu u haski sud

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    Was soll man anderes erwarten, war immer so und wird immer so bleiben.
    Wenn man Kosovo Polje immer noch als eine Gewonnene Schlacht feiert, warum sollte man dann Kriegsverbrecher nicht als Helden feiern.
    So ist halt die Mentalität, oder die Bauernschläue, wie mans nimmt!

  6. #6
    Posavac
    Zitat Zitat von BiH_Styler Beitrag anzeigen
    Uradio je Genozid nad puno i treba dobiti kaznu.Prije ili kasnije ce dobit kaznu u haski sud
    Oder er entzieht sich der Strafe wie Milosevic -.-

  7. #7

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    taktlos, makaber.

  8. #8

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    Zitat Zitat von Bruno_HR Beitrag anzeigen
    Oder er entzieht sich der Strafe wie Milosevic -.-
    Indem er ermordet wird?

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    Traurig, verstehe das nicht

  10. #10
    Lopov
    Zitat Zitat von Beogradjanin Beitrag anzeigen
    und außerdem erst wenn jemand schuldig gesprochen wird ist er ein Verbrecher
    Wie oft müssen wir diese billigen Phrasen lesen? Ist euch das nicht selbst zu blöd?

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