DID YOU KNOW?  -- Three years before the 1995 Srebrenica Genocide, Serbs torched Bosniak villages and killed at least 3,166 Bosniaks around Srebrenica. In 1993, the UN described the besieged situation in Srebrenica as a "slow-motion process of genocide." In July 1995, Serbs forcibly expelled 25,000 Bosniaks, brutally raped many women and girls, and systematically killed 8,000+ men and boys (DNA confirmed).

04 June, 2010


A Serbian-American man, Jadranko Gostic, was stripped of his U.S. citizenship and deported to Serbia on Tuesday for hiding his role the 1995 Srebrenica genocide. According to the U.S. Department of Justice,

"Jadranko Gostic was indicted in December 2006 on one count of unlawful procurement of citizenship and one count of making false statements. In January 2010, a civil complaint was filed against Gostic alleging illegal procurement of U.S. citizenship and requesting his denaturalization. Court documents allege that Gostic served in the Zvornik Infantry Brigade of the Bosnian Serb Army from April 1992 until December 1995. According to court documents, international tribunals have found that some units of the Zvornik Brigade engaged in war crimes and crimes against humanity, and that they participated in the July 1995 action against the Srebrenica enclave during which some 8,000 Muslim men and boys were executed."

Controversy / Injustice

While it is encouraging to know that Jadranko Gostic has been denaturalized and deported to Serbia, it is absolutely disgusting that other Serbs charged for lying on immigration papers - in relation to their participation in the Srebrenica genocide - managed to find a legal crackhole and stay in the United States.

According to Tampa Bay news published in 2007, the following scumbags who participated in the genocidal units of the Bosnian Serb Army, and then lied about it on the U.S. immigration papers, were acquitted on technical reasons: Sekula Bilic (37), Zdravko Kordic (54), Strahinja Krsmanovic (59), Branko Popic (59), Ostoja Saric (49), and possibly many more that this blog does not keep track of. There must be something terribly wrong with the U.S. justice system when Serbian war criminals can lie on immigration papers and then be allowed to legally stay in the country and mock the victims of the 1995 Srebrenica genocide.

Serbian Orthodox Church - infamous for publicly blessing and staunchly supporting Serbian war criminals - has financed the defence of above named scumbags by raising $100,000 from local Chetniks in St. Petersburg (FL) area. In the last decade, about 3,000 Serbs ended up in St. Petersburg with the help of the Serbian Orthodox Church. Former Bosnian Serb soldiers who participated in the Srebrenica genocide, now freely live and regularly meet at St. Sava Serbian Orthodox Church in St. Petersburg, here is their web site www.stsavafl.org. The U.S. government is not overly interested in prosecuting them. A vast majority of these suspects ended up staying in the United States, after winning acquittals in local 'Kangaroo Courts'. The U.S. judges simply did not care, so they let the scumbags roam free.

Remember Ratko Maslenjak? He only received 2 years probation for lying on the immigration forms about his involvement with the genocidal Serb army. The United States court concluded that,

"Military records established that Maslenjak, who had a permanent rank of Sargent, served as a company commander in the summer of 1995, in the Bratunac Light Infantry Brigade of the Drina Corps of the VRS [Bosnian Serb Army]. An investigation conducted by the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Republic of Yugoslavia into allegations that the VRS was involved in acts of genocide and persecution against Bosnian Muslims in Srebrenica in July of 1995 resulted in the seizure of the VRS military records. Those records indicated that Maslenjak’s brigade had been part of those military operations in which units of the VRS overran a U.N. safe area protecting Bosnian Muslim refugees."

Remember Milenko Krstic, father of 'Miss Oregon 2008
' Daniela Krstic (aka: Danijela Krstic)? He admitted working in the headquarters of the Bosnian Serb army, providing logistical support to the unit responsible for terrorizing Bosniaks in and around Srebrenica and committing genocide in July 1995. Whether he took part in the mass killings of Bosniak civilians in and around Srebrenica is irrelevant. The fact that he assisted the genocidal army - by serving as an active member and providing logistical support to the Bosnian Serb terrorists in and around Srebrenica, as well as trying to hide his background - speaks volumes about his character. I couldn't find any satisfactory updates on his status. The bottom line: he hasn't been deported yet - and he probably won't be - since the whole U.S. justice system is a huge sham.