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6,006 BODIES OF SREBRENICA GENOCIDE VICTIMS FOUND AND EXCAVATED

May 5, 2009
APPARATUS OF SREBRENICA GENOCIDE DENIAL IS COLLAPSING


PHOTO: Dr. Thomas Parsons – director of forensic research for
the International Commission on Missing Persons (ICMP).

The investigator Dusan Janac and director of forensic research for the International Commission on Missing Persons Dr Thomas Parsons, testified that so far 6,006 bodies of Srebrenica genocide victims have been excavated from numerous mass graves, but the number is not final.

According to SENSE Tribunal, the data on Srebrenica victims were already presented before the Trial Chamber in December 2007 by Dean Manning, head of the Srebrenica investigation team. In the meantime, new exhumations and identifications have been performed and the information has not been updated.

According to the report drafted by Dusan Janac, 5,358 victims have been exhumed from the Srebrenica mass graves; the remains of 648 persons have been found on the scattered along the route used by refugees to head towards Tuzla through woods and mountains.

The total number of victims currently stands at 6,006; this figure is not final as exhumations of newly discovered mass graves continue. Some mass graves have yet to be exhumed.


PHOTO: Dusan Janac – forensic investigator.

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