And the Bosnian Serb Government, who addressed the issue of the missing in their 2004 report, are in on it too - right?
I note you do not rebut the ICRCs 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.
Logic isn't your strong suit, is it? The fact that members of the 28th Division headed the escaping column is irrelevant to the matter of how many prisoners the Bosnian Serbs executed - it's the execution of prisoners which is the crime, not any combat which may have occurred prior to prisoners being collected, and the overwhelming evidence of those executions is far beyond the abilities of some know nothing revisionist wannabe such as yourself to even *hope* to overcome.
In short, you're embarrassing yourself.
Having read one of your sources and found it did not say what you claimed, unless you provide a link to the Bosnian Serb Government’s report, rather than your own claim to its content, I will not deign to answer.
Mathematics evidently isn’t your long suit: the reports at the time when Srebrenica was surrounded put 7500 Muslim fighters, both men and boys, in the city, the same number cited as casualties of the ‘atrocity, if 2500 left, that leaves 5000, some of whom were battle casualties.
Nor, last I checked is summary execution of traitors a crime, much less an act genocide, however it may be painted by those who want to apply the Geneva Conventions to a civil war. I’m sure when the dhimmis rise up in some Muslim country, and sharia law is applied, you’ll remember that fact of international law, and use it to defend the mass beheadings.