Friday, 19 August 2016

Slobodan Milosevic: The Killing of an Innocent Man

Slobodan_Milosevic_Dayton_Agreement-400x527International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague quietly acknowledged the innocence of former president of Serbia and Yugoslavia Slobodan Milosevic. Ten years after the very suspicious death of the Serbian leader in a Dutch prison, the 1,300th page of the 2,000-page document on the case of Radovan Karadzic, the Bosnian Serb leader, acknowledged that Milosevic had not committed crimes against humanity, nor had he organized any mass killings or deportations of Croats and Bosnians.
In other words, it was an innocent man who died in a UN prison.

Without his knowledge, Milosevic was given a drug that neutralized the effect of the medicines against high blood pressure that the Serbian leader was taking. This is absurd, but the Dutch government refused to share details of Milosevic’s treatment. According to the data made available through Wikileaks, it turns out that the judges in The Hague were discussing details of Milosevic’s treatment with employees of the US Embassy in the Netherlands. This is a direct violation of medical confidentiality. It turns out that Milosevic did not know what medications he was taking in prison. All this is strange, to say the least.

Let us not forget that all those terrible events began with the bombings of Yugoslavia, at NATO’ own initiative.


The US (Clinton Government) with the help of the NATO/CIA destroyed Yugoslavia, a thriving sovereign country.

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