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Karadzic plan to expose alleged US freedom pact (Linked to Holbrooke and Notsobright
| August 1, 2008
| Selma Milovanovic and Alix Rijckaert
Posted on 07/31/2008 1:06:07 PM PDT by Kaslin
Article can not be posted due to copyright complain. To read the article
TOPICS: Foreign Affairs; Front Page News
KEYWORDS: balkans; bosnia; icty; karadzic; worldcourt
posted on 07/31/2008 1:06:08 PM PDT
This is gonna be very interesting!
Get Maddie! And Holbooke. Yahooo!
posted on 07/31/2008 1:22:36 PM PDT
(Democrats are like roaches - hard to get rid of.)
U Got Some 'plaining To Do!
To: Kaslin; All
[HOLBROOKE]: "That is a total fabrication. It would have been not only immoral but illegal."
Can't remember a time when immorality and illegality posed much of a problem for the Clintonistas -- their only motto is "don't get caught!"
posted on 07/31/2008 1:49:16 PM PDT
(Only an idiot like Obambi goes to GERMANY to apologize for unwarranted (sic) aggression!)
When one or two people on the same side say something like this, it may or may not be true.
But if you've really got Radovan Karadzic, former President of the Serb Republic, Muhamed Sacirbey, former Bosnian (Muslim) envoy to the UN, and Florence Hartman, adviser to former Yugoslav war crimes prosecutor Carla Del Ponte -- all adversaries and all singing the same tune -- then it's got to be true.
The only question that I would have is the credibility of the writer and the paper.
posted on 07/31/2008 1:50:25 PM PDT
Double crossed by the Clintons?? I can’t imagine ... !!
posted on 07/31/2008 1:55:02 PM PDT
by Mind-numbed Robot
(Not all that needs to be done needs to be done by the government.)
Karadzic alleges US death threats
- July 31, 2008 - Radovan Karadzic told a United Nations war crimes tribunal on Thursday he had been in hiding for most of the past 13 years owing to US death threats.
The former Bosnian Serb leader first claimed that Richard Holbrooke, the US peace envoy for Bosnia, had attempted to arrange for the indictment to be withdrawn in a deal that would involve Mr Karadzic disappearing from public life. Then he appeared to imply US officials had later threatened to kill him.
When the judge interrupted Mr Karadzic insisted his life remained in danger.
If Mr Holbrooke still wants my death and regrets, there is no death sentence at this court, I want to know if his arm is long enough to reach me here, he said.
To: joan; Smartass; zagor-te-nej; Lion in Winter; Honorary Serb; jb6; Incorrigible; DTA; vooch; ...
posted on 07/31/2008 2:45:09 PM PDT
To: Tailgunner Joe
Ah, but you didn't mention this Karadzic quote in that article:
I am not questioning the court, Mr Karadzic, 63, said. I want to show why I am appearing now and not in 1996, or 1997, or 1998 when I had the intention of appearing here but . . .my life was in danger of being liquidated because I had made a deal.
posted on 07/31/2008 4:08:44 PM PDT
That weasel is already in the action with his muslim friends to eliminate Republika Srpska, saying that Dayton is not Bible...monster.
posted on 07/31/2008 6:07:36 PM PDT
I say either “Liar!” or “Sucker!”
Either way, no tears for this guy.
posted on 08/01/2008 11:18:52 AM PDT
(The USA has one main political party: the Kleptocrats)
To: Tailgunner Joe
Dhimmitude isn’t for everyone, Chumley.
posted on 08/01/2008 9:50:00 PM PDT
(Sacrificing our land and our blood cannot buy protection from jihad.-Bishop Artemije of Kosovo)
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