Been there, done that, and your revisionism is just recycled garbage.
Sorry, but you’re playing fast and loose with the facts. Brunborg et al. found only 9 ‘victims’ on the voter lists for the 1997 and 1998 elections. Examination of the 1997 and 1998 lists cannot possibly debunk the claim that a much larger number of names of the Srebrenica ‘missing’ showed up on the 1996 municipal election lists, which is the only claim which was made.
Those lists were locked away by the OSCE and requests from both the BBC and the Serbs did not result in their being released, nor are they refered to in Brunborg et al.’s report, only the lists for later elections, compiled after the Serb objection to the 1996 lists, were examined.
Your claim is just more of the smoke and mirrors by which Muslim apologists have tried to trump up letting the women and children go, fighting a pitched battle, and, probably, summarily executing fighters who were arguably traitors in the context of a civil war into a charge of genocide.
I note you do not rebut the ICRC’s report of 2500 Muslim fighters leaving the enclave before the battle, this still lowers the possible number of summary executions by 1/3 even without counting the battle deaths in a fight-to-the-death defense.