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suppressed news concerned with the prevention of genocide by j. b. gerald 2016


2016 Suppressed News - The former Yugoslavia: an article by Christopher Black at Global Research re-examines the death of Slobodan Milosevic in a holding cell of the International Criminal Tribunal at the Hague, where the head of the prison was reporting to the Americans. Black, an attorney, points out that Milosovic's self defense and the ineptness of the prosecution turned the trial in Milosevic's favour early on. It would be difficult to find him guilty. Black points out that the trial was necessary to NATO's justification of its bombing and destruction of Yugoslavia. He notes NATO's in-house investigation, the Parker Report, 'clears' NATO but doesn't explain traces of poison in Milosevic's system at death, nor why he was refused medical treatment necessary to keep him alive. No one mentions the President of the former Republic of Yugoslavia's charges of genocide at the International Court of Justice against all NATO countries, supplying evidence in the details of targeted infrastructure within his country. The U.S. evaded prosecution through lack of accession to the International Court. Canada pleaded lack of intention. Milosevic's charges were put on hold indefinitely and have apparently died with Milosevic. Background: "On Crimes of Power: the Bombing of Yugoslavia, 1999" . Partial sources online: "Ten Years Since the 'Extrajudicial' Assassination of Slobodan Milosevic. NATO's Responsibility." Christopher Black, March 13, 2016, Global Research; "Yugoslavia, Interrupted: A European Success Story Ruined by NATO Invasion," InSerbia with agencies, Feb 24, 2016,

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