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SREBRENICA PHOTO STORY: ZELENI JADAR, AREA WHERE MANY CHILDREN WERE SHOT TO DEATH

June 18, 2008

ZELENI JADAR AREA YIELDS 5TH MASS GRAVE, MORE AWAITING TO BE EXCAVATED


INTRO: Zeleni Jadar is the area where many child victim remains were found. Children were shot to death, dumped into mass graves, and later relocated to secondary mass graves to cover the crime. As reported by the ICMP, children were aged between 7 and 11 years old. What you are about to see is yet another mass grave containing bodies of Srebrenica genocide victims that were summarily executed during Srebrenica massacre…

In a secondary mass grave Pusmulici near Srebrenica, expert team of the Institute for the search of missing persons of Tuzla Canton, revealed 79 human remains and two whole bodies, as it was confirmed by Danica Arapovic Kovac, prosecutor of Tuzla Canton prosecution. She added that this is the case of secondary mass grave but that there are indicators that it could be a tertiary mass grave which shows that bodies of people killed in Srebrenica in July 1995 were relocated twice. This is a fifth mass grave in the region of Zeleni Jadar out of which, three were examined by the Hague Tribunal experts.


PHOTO CAPTION #1: A forensic expert from the ICMP (International Commission for Missing Persons) works at a mass grave with the remains of Bosniaks June 16, 2008, discovered in the former UN safe-zone of Srebrenica. A Dutch court on Monday began hearing from a survivor of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre who says Dutch troops guarding the Bosnian town as part of a U.N. force allowed Bosnian Serbs to murder his family during genocide in Srebrenica.


PHOTO CAPTION #2: EUFOR peacekeepers in Bosnia visit Srebrenica Genocide Memorial in Potocari June 16, 2008. A Dutch court on Monday began hearing from a survivor of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre who says Dutch troops guarding the Bosnian town as part of a U.N. force allowed Bosnian Serbs to murder his family during genocide in Srebrenica.


PHOTO CAPTION #3: EUFOR peacekeepers in Bosnia watch forensic experts from the ICMP (International Commission for Missing Persons) work in a mass grave with the remains of Bosnian Muslims June 16, 2008, discovered in the former UN safe-zone of Srebrenica. A Dutch court on Monday began hearing from a survivor of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre who says Dutch troops guarding the Bosnian town as part of a U.N. force allowed Bosnian Serbs to murder his family during genocide in Srebrenica.


PHOTO CAPTION #4: Forensic investigator Admir Jugo of Bosnia, of the International Commission for Missing Persons, ICMP, inspects body remains at a mass-grave site in the village of Zeleni Jadar near the eastern Bosnian town of Srebrenica, 70 kms north east of Sarajevo, Bosnia, Tuesday, June 10, 2008. The mass grave is considered to be secondary mass-grave of Srebrenica genocide victims, where bodies initially buried elsewhere were dumped.

PHOTO CAPTION #5: British forensic investigator Sharna Daly, of the International Commission for Missing Persons, ICMP, inspects body remains at a mass-grave site in the village of Zeleni Jadar near the eastern Bosnian town of Srebrenica, 70 kms north east of Sarajevo, Bosnia, Tuesday, June 10, 2008. The mass grave is considered to be secondary mass-grave of Srebrenica genocide victims, where bodies initially buried elsewhere were dumped.


PHOTO CAPTION #6: Forensic investigator Admir Jugo of Bosnia, of the International Commission for Missing Persons, ICMP, inspects body remains at a mass-grave site in the village of Zeleni Jadar near the eastern Bosnian town of Srebrenica, 70 kms north east of Sarajevo, Bosnia, Tuesday, June 10, 2008. The mass grave is considered to be secondary mass-grave of Srebrenica genocide victims, where bodies initially buried elsewhere were dumped.


PHOTO CAPTION #7: British forensic investigator Sharna Daly, left, and Canadian Laurie Shead, of the International Commission for Missing Persons, ICMP, inspect body remains at a mass-grave site in the village of Zeleni Jadar near the eastern Bosnian town of Srebrenica, 70 kms north east of Sarajevo, Bosnia, Tuesday, June 10, 2008. The mass grave is considered to be secondary mass-grave of Srebrenica genocide victims, where bodies initially buried elsewhere were dumped.

PHOTO CAPTION #8: A forensic expert from the ICMP (International Commission for Missing Persons) explains his work to EUFOR peacekeepers visiting a mass grave with the remains of Bosniaks June 16, 2008, discovered in the former UN safe-zone of Srebrenica. A Dutch court on Monday began hearing from a survivor of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre who says Dutch troops guarding the Bosnian town as part of a U.N. force allowed Bosnian Serbs to murder his family during genocide in Srebrenica.


PHOTO CAPTION #9: British forensic investigator Sharna Daly, foreground, and Canadian Laurie Shead, of the International Commission for Missing Persons, ICMP, inspects body remains at a mass-grave site in the village of Zeleni Jadar near the eastern Bosnian town of Srebrenica, 70 kms north east of Sarajevo, Bosnia, Tuesday, June 10, 2008. The mass grave is considered to be secondary mass-grave of Srebrenica genocide victims, where bodies initially buried elsewhere were dumped.


PHOTO CAPTION #10: Bosnian workers, and forensic investigator Sharna Daly, from Britain, foreground, and Canadian Laurie Shead, centre right, of the International Commission for Missing Persons, ICMP, inspect body remains at a mass-grave site in the village of Zeleni Jadar near the eastern Bosnian town of Srebrenica, 70 kms north east of Sarajevo, Bosnia, Tuesday, June 10, 2008. The mass grave is considered to be secondary mass-grave of Srebrenica genocide victims, where bodies initially buried elsewhere were dumped.

PHOTO CAPTION #11: EUFOR peacekeepers in Bosnia watch forensic experts from the International Commission for Missing Persons (ICMP) work in a mass grave with the remains of Bosnian Muslims discovered in the former UN safe-zone of Srebrenica June 16, 2008. A Dutch court on Monday began hearing from a survivor of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre who says Dutch troops guarding the Bosnian town as part of a U.N. force allowed Bosnian Serbs to murder his family during genocide in Srebrenica.


PHOTO CAPTION #12: EUFOR peacekeepers in Bosnia take pictures of forensic experts from the International Commission for Missing Persons (ICMP) work in a mass grave with the remains of Bosniaks discovered in the former UN safe-zone of Srebrenica June 16, 2008. A Dutch court on Monday began hearing from a survivor of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre who says Dutch troops guarding the Bosnian town as part of a U.N. force allowed Bosnian Serbs to murder his family during genocide in Srebrenica.


PHOTO CAPTION #13: EUFOR peacekeepers in Bosnia watch forensic experts from the International Commission for Missing Persons (ICMP) work in a mass grave with the remains of Bosnian Muslims discovered in the former UN safe-zone of Srebrenica June 16, 2008. A Dutch court on Monday began hearing from a survivor of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre who says Dutch troops guarding the Bosnian town as part of a U.N. force allowed Bosnian Serbs to murder his family during genocide in Srebrenica.

  1. Anonymous
    June 23, 2008 at 4:56 pm

    dobio sam interesantne reakcije na onaj post…. ne radi ti mail…mozda je pun inbox.
    B.G.D.W

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