Should this man be extradited to Bosnia for alleged war crimes?
The Supreme Court upheld a lower court ruling to extradite Serb-Israeli Alexander Cvtkovic to Bosnia-Herzegovina for genocide.Just who are these witnesses? If they turn out to be more Muslims themselves, they could be committing taqqiya. As some of the earlier research I'd posted shows, it was the Bosnian Muslims themselves who started the war, and there were very horrific acts they committed against Serbians as well that the MSM predictably avoided publicizing about. And Bosnia is also a country that's not allowing Jews to run for office. And lest we forget that monster named Sulejman Talovic who went on a murderous shooting spree in Salt Lake City.
Cvtkovic is suspected of involvement in the 1995 "Srebrenica massacre," in which upwards of 8,000 Muslims were murdered after Serb forces overran the town during the 1992-1995 civil war in Bosnia.
Zvtkovic had been declared extraditable by the Jerusalem District Court, but had appealed to the Supreme Court. [...]
The defense had claimed, among other things, that Cvetkovic was stunned by the charges.
It argued that he had been a soldier, but did not participate in the actions attributed to him.
However, according to the testimony of some eyewitnesses, Cvetkovic took part in a massacre at the Branjevo Farm on July 16, 1995.
By extraditing a man who may be innocent, or didn't murder in cold blood as they claim, the politicians in charge of this are signaling they're ungrateful for the help a non-Jewish society gave to Jews during WW2. Is there any chance that an appeal could be made on his behalf?