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Originally posted by Hellmutt
The UN War Crimes Tribunal has formally closed the case against Milosevic. And apparently he is going to be buried in Russia "temporarily". Serbia refused permission to bury him in Belgrade.
Originally posted by bretmania
Arafat dies suddenly , Yushchenko gets poisoned but luckily lives, Ariel sharon is incapacipated, now Milesovic.s death may have been poisoned.
these leaders all high profile, something is definitely fishy in world governments right now . people have to wake up and pay attention! could it be coincidence or something more.
Originally posted by bretmania
i just seen online that Milesovic was eliminated cause he was gonna call Clinton as a witness?
how valid is this newssite?
Originally posted by swimmer
I will just say that most of you do not have elementary knowledge of the Serbs, Milosevic, Balkan, world politics. You are just repeating common, accepted points of view, thinking that those are yours.
It is not your fault though.
Rest Easy, Bill Clinton: Milosevic Can't Talk Anymore
"What the corporate media overwhelmingly ignores in Milosevic’s death is what they ignored in his life as well—his intimate knowledge of U.S. war crimes in Yugoslavia. While Milosevic was undoubtedly a war criminal who deserved to be tried for his crimes, he was also the only man in the unique position of being able to expose and detail the full extent of the U.S. role in the bloody disintegration of Yugoslavia in the 1990s. In fact, that is precisely what he was fighting to do at his war crimes trial when he died."
The Real Butchers Of Serbia
And what of the rather troubling little matter of US government support for Osama bin Laden and Al-Qaeda' not fighting the evil Commies in the 70's and 80's, but helping the death squads of the KLA ethnically cleanse the last remaining Serbs and ethnic minorities from Kosovo, outnumbered nine to one by the ethnic Albanian colonizers, in the late 90's?
From the very opening statement of his trial, Milosevic had made his intentions clear by outlining the true power structure behind Al-Qaeda.
“In 1998 when [Clinton envoy Richard] Holbrooke visited us in Belgrade, we told him the information we had at our disposal, that in Northern Albania the KLA is being aided by Osama bin Laden, that he was arming, training, and preparing the members of this terrorist organisation in Albania. However, they decided to cooperate with the KLA and indirectly, therefore, with bin Laden, although before that he had bombed the embassies in Kenya and Tanzania [and] had already declared war.” Milosevic concluded that “one day all this will have to come to light, these links.”
Tribunal Officials Claim Milosevic Smuggled Drugs, Booze Into Prison
Slobodan Milosevic had regular access to drugs and alcohol smuggled into his prison cell, yet the U.N. war crimes tribunal failed to take action despite warnings, tribunal officials said Tuesday.
Two officials told The Associated Press the unit's prison warden had cautioned the tribunal president and registrar that as a result, Milosevic's health could not be guaranteed.
Nevertheless, they said, no action was taken to tighten supervision. The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because of the tribunal's strict confidentiality rules.
Expert Suggests Milosevic Died in a Drug Ploy
March 13 A top toxicologist in the Netherlands said Monday that he believed that Slobodan Milosevic, the former Yugoslav leader, had been manipulating medication to fake a medical condition, a ploy that contributed to his ill heath and may have played a role in the heart attack that caused his death.
That theory was advanced by Dr. Donald Uges, professor of clinical and forensic toxicology at the University of Groningen, who suggested that Mr. Milosevic had been seeking to demonstrate that Dutch doctors could not cure him and that he should therefore be allowed to seek treatment, and freedom, in Moscow.
Originally posted by afterdark
As for the comparisons to Hitler, please. Milosevic tried to get rid of Albanians that were invading his country, terrorizing his people, and stealing Serbian land. He had no ambition to invade Albania, and conquer them. He was not trying to exterminate all Albanians, just the ones who were causing trouble in his country.
Originally posted by blablablaxyz
Serbia was sending illegal Albanians back to Albania not to Auschwitz.
The WW2 comparisons are completely idiotic.