Skip to comments.Muslim becomes first woman to be convicted of Bosnian war crimes (Trusina massacre 1993)
Posted on 05/01/2012 5:32:29 AM PDT by Milagros
A Bosnian Muslim former soldier has become the first woman to be convicted of war crimes after pleading guilty to killing Croat civilians and prisoners during the 1990s war.
Rasema Handanovic "participated with other members of her unit in the executions of three civilians and three soldiers", according to war crimes court judge Jasmina Kosovic.. The crimes were committed on April 16, 1993, in the village of Trusina, in southern Bosnia. A total of 18 Croat civilians and four prisoners of war were killed at the time.. She was a member of the Zulfikar special unit, which was under the direct control of the Muslim-led Bosnian army headquarters.
Six other members of the unit are currently on trial before local courts over their role in the Trusina killings.
(Excerpt) Read more at telegraph.co.uk ...
There are no angels in the Balkans. But the Muslim Bosnians and their Albanian Muslim Hitmen fit the devil role very well. "Bout time we realize that we intervened on the wrong side.... just as wrong, that is, as the Serbs.
This is the beginning, I gather. Though, we all were led to believe that the Muslims were the only victims in the 1992-95 war.
So a “court” in bogus “Bosnia” has convicted a muslim of war crimes against Croats. Let’s see ANY “Bosnian” “court”—or the kangaroo “court’ in the Hague—convict ANY muslim, Croat, or Albanian mercenary of war crimes against Serbs!!!
It’s “interesting” that this woman’s unit was under the direct control of the muslim-led “Bosnian” army headquarters. Why don’t they go after the leaders of the wartime “Bosnian” army, instead of just the underlings? Of course they won’t—the leaders of the wartime army are still in power!!!!
Republika Srpska must be free!!!!
(to get America's mind off the Monica thing...)
Where’s a Burkha when you need one?
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