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(E) Hypocrites at The Hague, NY Times
By Nenad N. Bach | Published  10/1/2003 | Letters to the Editors | Unrated
(E) Hypocrites at The Hague, NY Times



Hypocrites at The Hague

Date: Mon, 29 Sep 2003
Subject: UN Court/Croatia

Dear Editor:

Your article "UN Court, Croatia at Odds over Runaway General", 9/25 ,
quotes an incorrect indictment of
Croatia's General Gotovina by stating " indicted for killings and
widespread destruction during and after Zagreb's final offensive against
rebel Serbs in Aug. 1995". The General's indictment is for "command
responsibility" while he never ordered civilian killings that occurred
during some revenge-taking by Croats, who were not necessarily even part
of the army. "Widespread destruction" is also very questionable!

General Gotovina is an honorable and highly regarded officer, who is
being made a scapegoat by hypocrites at The Hague ICTY in pursuit of an
innocent person in order to "equalize" the guilt among Croats and Serbs,
which was all along the West's policy in that war. If such "command
responsibility" is made a factor in wars, then every American officer
must be indicted for the destruction of Iraqi property and the killing of
thousands of Iraqi civilians.


Hilda M. Foley
National Federation of Croatian Americans
13272 Orange Knoll
Santa Ana, Ca, 92705

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