Friday, October 15, 2010

SERBIAN KILLER Jovica Stanisic

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Jovica Stanisic


Stanisic was setting up death squads for Milosevic that carried out a genocidal campaign, according to prosecutors at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, which was established by the U.N. Security Council in 1993 to try those responsible for serious human rights violations in the Balkan wars.

Now facing a trial at The Hague that could send him to prison for life, Stanisic has called in a marker with his American allies. In an exceedingly rare move, the CIA has submitted a classified document to the court that lists Stanisic's contributions and attests to his helpful role. The document remains sealed, but its contents were described by sources to The Times.

The CIA's Lofgren, now retired, said the agency drafted the document to show "that this allegedly evil person did a whole lot of good." Lofgren, however, doesn't claim to disprove the allegations against Stanisic.

"But setting the indictment aside," he said, "there are things this man did that helped bring hostilities to an end and establish peace in Bosnia."

Miller, Greg (2009-03-01). "Serbian spy's trial lifts cloak on his CIA alliance". Los Angeles Times.,0,5662696.story

Jovica Stani.i. (..... ........) (born July 30, 1950 in Ratkovo village near Od.aci, Serbia, FPR Yugoslavia) is a former head of the State Security Service now BIA within the Serbian Ministry of the Interior. He is facing trial at the International Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) for his role in the wars in Croatia and in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Stani.i. was arrested by Serbian authorities in 2003 and handed over to the ICTY soon after. Stani.i. pleaded not guilty to all charges. His case is being processed together with that of Franko Simatovi.. He has been charged with persecution, murder, deportation and inhumane acts.[1] Part of the charge, that Stani.i. was part of a "joint criminal enterprise" including former Serbian president Slobodan Milo.evi. and other Serbian politicians, was concluded the trial of Milan Marti..[2] The court accused him of "attempting to create a Greater Serbia using the areas containing the Bosnian Muslims and Bosnian Croats." The United States Central Intelligence Agency submitted a sealed document to the court attesting to his role as an undercover operative helping to bring peace to the region

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