Please go back and read what I wrote. That was sarcasm (I wrote that if you groundlessly accuse me of what I could do toward my alleged neighbors you may accuse me of commiting of war crimes as well since I never lived in Bosnia nor set a foot there during the war.)
it seems that you have pre-conceived picture of events in the Balkans and get angry when facts differ from your preconceptions.
According to your template, the massacre of Serb civilians in Sejekovac is a battle although perps were armed and the victims were not, Serbia attacked Bosnia in Drina valley in april 1992 and Serbia waged war in Bosnia and lost.
On my attempt to explain the facts, you respond with another groundless accusation in an attempt to kick the ball out of the field.
We know that liberal's reasoning is immune to facts and logic.
I apologize if you are not a liberal. But you do sound as one.
My bad on the war crimes accusation. I did read it wrong.
From what I have heard, the incident at Sejekovac was a gun battle that left between 24-27 Serbs dead. If it was a massacre of civilians then I can only hope the perps were brought to justice and I will not make any excuses for the conduct of the HV units involved.
What I don't understand is how this somehow justifies or explains why the Serbs would then sweep through the Eastern regions and surround Sarajevo. How is attacking Musilms a response to a Croat attack? Again, it was this kind of "response" to enemy attacks that cost the Serbs the PR war (I wouldn't say the Serbs lost the whole war - they lost Krajina and Western Bosnia and ended up winning in the north and east, minus Gorazde).