A more complete account of the anti-Serb dragnet, and its sources of "evidence" from the ICTY can be seen here:
Many of the arrested Serbs (especially those described in the previous article from St. Petersburg) sound like people I know--hardworking, churchgoing, and family-loving Orthodox Serbian immigrants from "Bosnia". Nikola Kostic is a noble man (and former head of the Serbian Unity Conference) who has defended many accused Serbs in the past, even in front of the kangaroo "court" in The Hague.
For more on that Boskic guy (a Croat) mentioned in the Washington Post article in post #11, and Boskic' Croat-mercenary unit, see
(Thanks to joan.)