|Date||11 July 1995 - 13 July 1995|
|Location||Srebrenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|Blamed on||Army of the Republika SrpskaScorpions paramilitary group|
|Type||• Military assault|
• mass murder
• ethnic cleansing
|Interest of||Stefan Karganovic, Andy Wilcoxson|
The Srebrenica massacre, also known as the Srebrenica genocide, refers to the July 1995 killing, during the Bosnian War of Bosnian Muslim men and boys in and around Srebrenica in Bosnia. The western Official Narrative puts the number killed at 8,000; Phillip Corwin, the highest ranking UN official in Sarajrvo at the time, estimates the actual number at probably around 800 - and his career has suffered grievously as a direct result of his honesty in daring to challenge the official orthodoxy.
The corresponding Wikipedia page is a virtual historical compendium of the whole affair from the perspective of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia and western establishment orthodoxy. Dissenting opinion is not allowed.
This page needs considerable work to properly summarise things from a Serb perspective. In the meantime the following Wikispooks-hosted documents should be of help to those who understand the propaganda uses to which the affair has been ruthlessly harnessed by the US/NATO official narrative.
The Official Culprit
|Army of the Republika SrpskaScorpions paramilitary group|
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