A lot of people with unclean conscience or, simply people who do not know how to think or watch, hurried to denounce the document as a fake.
Mirko Sarovic, the presidential candidate of the Serb Democratic Party (SDS), demanded an investigation against Reporter; Rajko Latinovic, an official of the Party of Democratic Progress (PDP), mumbled something about manipulation and disturbing of the families; Ms. Lolic-Mocevic from the Serb People's Party (SNS) screeched that there are no Bosniaks and Croats on the list; minister of justice Cedo Vrzina clumsily distanced himself from the list; he claims that he hasn't seen the list, but he is sure that it did not originate in the Hague...
Very little logic, a lot of lies, inconsistency, mistakes, lack of honesty and mumbling merge into common hypocrisy which, instead of talking about the list of the RS Defense Ministry, with imputations, with wholehearted assistance of the state propaganda [news] agency, attempts to create the impression in the public opinion that Reporter is the creator of the published list.
By publishing the document, regardless of some illogical errors in it, Reporter proved one more thing: lists do exist, suspects as well, and state institutions are aware of likely suspects.
By publishing the document, Reporter proved another thing: State institutions are not doing anything in connection with the lists.
Politicians who are supposed to be campaigning are striving to prove a third thing: in the name of peace in the families and in the name of national reciprocity, they will not do anything in connection with crimes.
The whole circulation of Reporter's previous issue was sold out in literally two and a half days, indicating that our citizens want to cleanse themselves from crimes and separate themselves from criminals.
The state, rather than investigators from the Hague, is obliged to free its citizens from collective guilt, to give chance to some of the suspects to prove their innocence, and to try those who are guilty of crimes.
Trying to satisfy the curiosity of many of our readers who did not manage to buy the last issue, Reporter in this issue again publishes the list of candidates for the Hague compiled by the RS Defense Ministry.
In some cases the author of this compilation did not know the exact names of the suspects so he provided options for names and surnames, and in some cases he did not know the full names of the suspects.
Dragomir Vasic (S)
Rajko Dukic (S)
Cvjetinovic (Cvijetinovic) (S)
Sokolovic (S) Kušic (S)
Velibor Ostojic (S) Vojo Maksimovic (S) Petko Cancar (S) Gojko Jankovic (P) Janko Janjic (P) Dragan Zelenovic (P) Radovan Stankovic (P)
Vlado Vrkes (S)
Nedeljko Rasina (S) Rajko Mesic (Nesic) (S)
Mirko Vrucinic (S) Branko Basara (S) Miodrag Pristana (S) Slobodan Kuruzovic (Trnopolje) (S) Simo Miskovic (S) Dalibor Mrdja aka Dado (S) Milomir Stakic (S) Goran Borovica (P) Ranko Mijic (MUP) (S) Zivko Jovic (MUP) (S) Grozdan Mutic (RDB) (S) Zeljko Meakic (P) Momcilo Gruban (P) Nenad i Predrag Banovic (P) Dusan Knezevic aka Duca (P)
Drago Bojanic (S) Jovo Rosic (S) Stojan Zupljanin (S) Vojo Kupresanin (S) Radoslav Vukic (S) Rajko Kasagic (S)
Batovic (Bapovic) (S)
Milan Ninkovic (S) Milovan Stankovic (S) Dusko Zivkovic (S) Andrija Bjelosevic (S) Miko (Miki)
Nikola Terzic (S) Savo Knezevic (S)
Krsto Savic (S) Bozo Vucurevic (S) Tomo Kovac (S) Dusan Jankovic (S) Sredoje Lukic (S) Niko Vujacic (S) Vojko Vuckovic (S)
Radomir Kojic (S) Branko Simic (S) Radomir Krstovic (SAO Romanija) (S) Trifko Radic (S) Nedeljko Prstojevic (S) M. Bjelica (S)
Milan Lukic (S)
LIST OF PEOPLE WHERE THE REGION WHERE THEY BELONG IS NOT GIVEN: Nenad Banovac (S) Momo Bosiljcic (S) Arsenije Grahovac (S) Aleksa Popovic (S) Pejovic (S) Zivkovic (S) Milan Kovacevic (S)
Reporter also publishes a list of 35 Bosniaks suspected by the Hague Tribunal of being responsible for crimes against Serbs. Naturally, we are not doing this to satisfy the hypocrisy and base instincts of politicians and candidates for the state officials.
This list has been passed on to the editors of other publications in BH, but no one was prepared to publish it, according to our source, because by its very existence it provokes the publication of lists with Serb names.
"The Tribunal has during the last few months been intensively investigating crimes committed against Serbs in camps 'Silos' in Tarcin, 'Krupa', 'Igman', and 'Hrasnica' near Sarajevo, as well as participation of the highest Bosniak officials in these crimes," says our source and adds that the objects of the investigation are the current president of the BH Presidency Alija Izetbegovic and Atif Dudakovic, the former commander of the Fifth Corps of the BH Army".
He further says that he does not believe that Izetbegovic will ever be indicted, but that the current president of the FBH, Ejup Ganic, has definitely been secretly indicted. "It is believed that he bears the most responsibility for the crimes committed in the mentioned camps."
Further he claims that the following highest officers of the BH Army are war crimes suspects:
Fikret Pljevljak Sefer Halilovic
Petty Military Officers
List of Candidates for the Hague Tribunal from Srpska, Reporter, September 6, 2000
Inflation of Crime, Dani, September 15, 2000