SREBRENICA NUMBERS EXPLAINED: 5336 v. 8000
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"Just one hour after the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) gave its verdict in the case of ‘Popovic et al.’, the director of the Bosnian Serb (RS) Center for the Research of War Crimes, Janko Velimirovic, chose to misrepresent the facts laid out in the judgement by informing the Serb public that the Tribunal had reversed its earlier finding that 8,000 Bosniaks had been massacred in the Srebrenica genocide. According to Velimirovic, the Hague Tribunal ruled that 'after the fall of the Srebrenica enclave, at least 5,336 people were killed, which leads to the conclusion that the [Tribunal] dropped the claim of 7,000 to 8,000 Muslim victims.' (1) Velimirovic’s allegations are both incorrect and misleading. What did the Judgement actually say?"