GENOCIDE HAUNTS BOSNIAK MOM WHO CHOKED BABY
THE LEGACY OF SERBIAN RAPES AND BARBARISM IN BOSNIA LIVES ON AS RAPE VICTIMS SUFFER MENTAL BREAK-DOWNS
Att: Patrick Marthage: If Bosnian community can help with anything in this case, please contact me at email@example.com and I will provide valuable contacts.
"The Bosnian woman accused of trying to strangle her baby Christmas Eve in Utica may have experienced horrible atrocities during a wave of genocide committed against Muslims in Eastern Europe during the 1990s.... After Bosnia declared independence from Yugoslavia in 1992, the Serbians in that region were incited by Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic to terrorize the local Muslim population with mass shootings, concentration camps, and forced withdrawals from their villages. As women and girls faced the terror of brutal rape, they had little choice but to flee the region as refugees. Many of those families relocated to the Utica area, where a Bosnian population has flourished in the years since."
Her lawyer Patrick Marthage explained that "she will not speak freely with the psychiatrists about what may have happened, but she seemed to indicate there was something that occurred and she didn’t want to go into any detail."
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1. FACT: 25,000 DOCUMENTED RAPES OF WOMEN IN BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA
2. SERBS RAPED BOSNIAK WOMEN IN POTOCARI/SREBRENICA DURING GENOCIDE
3. BOSNIAN GENOCIDE RAPE VICTIMS SUFFER IN SILENCE
4. WERE MEN AND BOYS THE ONLY VICTIMS OF THE 1995 SREBRENICA GENOCIDE?
5. RAPE BABIES: ABANDONED BY THEIR FAMILIES, FORGOTTEN BY THE STATE
6. WOMEN AND THE 1995 SREBRENICA MASSACRE
7. CAN GENOCIDE BE COMMITTED BY FORCIBLY EXPELLING WOMEN AND CHILDREN?
8. REMEMBERING CONCENTRATION CAMPS IN BOSNIA
9. DON'T FORGET. REMEMBER AND WARN.
10. CANADIAN GENERAL LEWIS MACKENZIE: CONCENTRATION CAMP RAPIST
11. DRAGAN VASILJKOVIC, AKA DANIEL SNEDDEN, AKA: CAPTAIN DRAGAN
12. MILAN LUKIC SENTENCED TO LIFE; SREDOJE LUKIC GETS 30 YEARS
13. NEWBORN BOSNIAK BABIES IN A MASS GRAVE
PHOTO: Saliha Mehmedovic, right, listens to Bosnian interpretor Sead Hadziabdic as she is arraigned on attempted second-degree murder and assault charges in Oneida County Court Thursday, Feb. 11, 2010, for allegedly choking her infant son on Christmas Eve in Utica. Judge Barry Donalty found her incompetent to stand trial and ordered her to be held at a psychiatric facility for further treatment.