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NATO Crimes in Serbia (Yugoslavia) ; Documentary Evidence 25 April - 10 June 1999 Part II

NATO Crimes in Serbia (Yugoslavia) ; Documentary Evidence 25 April - 10 June 1999 Part II

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WARNING ! Crime Scene Photos Inside ! Information on the crimes, photographs, witness accounts, forensic reports
published in this volume, bear witness to the gravity and character of the crimes. The
aggressors used bombs that upon impact charred human bodies within their range. They
used these bombs when hitting targets in populated areas, which not only demolished
the targets but inflicted damage on entire residential blocks. By dropping cluster bombs
on the fields which, lying unexploded, waited for curious children to find them and pay
dearly for their curiosity. They did not spare oil refineries and chemical plants causing
massive pollution of air, water and soil with perilous consequences. They did not hesitate
to use weapons containing depleted uranium which also causes far-reaching and
dangerous consequences. The aggressors targeted the entire nation, hitting power
supply installations and using the so-called graphite bombs. The aggressors were after
civilians. They bombed the railway bridge in the Grdelica gorge on 12 April in broad
daylight while an international train was passing through. On 30 May, they bombed a
bridge in Varvarin on the river Velika Morava at midday on a religious holiday, even
though they knew for sure and saw that civilians were on it. They, for example, targeted
this bridge an hour later, knowing that rescue teams were there, trying to help the victims
(Belgrade, Novi Sad, Surdulica...).
Both volumes of the White Book deal with crimes against civilians, constituting by
their nature crimes of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes. They do not
contain information on the killing of soldiers of the Serbian Army or police officers. This
does not imply that those deaths are not considered as crimes by us. The criminal nature
of these acts stems from the very aggression, which is a crime against peace and surely
one of the gravest crimes. If peace figures highest on the scale of the United Nations,
then crime against peace is the gravest crime.
WARNING ! Crime Scene Photos Inside ! Information on the crimes, photographs, witness accounts, forensic reports
published in this volume, bear witness to the gravity and character of the crimes. The
aggressors used bombs that upon impact charred human bodies within their range. They
used these bombs when hitting targets in populated areas, which not only demolished
the targets but inflicted damage on entire residential blocks. By dropping cluster bombs
on the fields which, lying unexploded, waited for curious children to find them and pay
dearly for their curiosity. They did not spare oil refineries and chemical plants causing
massive pollution of air, water and soil with perilous consequences. They did not hesitate
to use weapons containing depleted uranium which also causes far-reaching and
dangerous consequences. The aggressors targeted the entire nation, hitting power
supply installations and using the so-called graphite bombs. The aggressors were after
civilians. They bombed the railway bridge in the Grdelica gorge on 12 April in broad
daylight while an international train was passing through. On 30 May, they bombed a
bridge in Varvarin on the river Velika Morava at midday on a religious holiday, even
though they knew for sure and saw that civilians were on it. They, for example, targeted
this bridge an hour later, knowing that rescue teams were there, trying to help the victims
(Belgrade, Novi Sad, Surdulica...).
Both volumes of the White Book deal with crimes against civilians, constituting by
their nature crimes of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes. They do not
contain information on the killing of soldiers of the Serbian Army or police officers. This
does not imply that those deaths are not considered as crimes by us. The criminal nature
of these acts stems from the very aggression, which is a crime against peace and surely
one of the gravest crimes. If peace figures highest on the scale of the United Nations,
then crime against peace is the gravest crime.

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NATO CrimesinSerbia(Yugoslavia)
Documentary Evidence 
25 April - 10 June 1999
II
BELGRADEJuly 1999
 
FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF YUGOSLAVIA
FEDERAL MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS
ISBN 86-7549-134-4Printed in Yugoslavia by "Službeni glasnik"
 
Contents
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XIII BOMBING OF A REFUGEE COLUMNON THE PRIZREN - SUVA REKA ROAD, 13 MAY 1999Refugee convoy, civilian casualties - a drastic example 1 BOMBING OF RESIDENTIAL HOUSES IN TOWNS AND VILLAGESSurdulica 19Investigation Reports Nos. Kr 84/99 and 85/99, 27 April 1999 24-50Report on Identification of Bodies and Autopsy Reports 51-79 Minutes of the Testimony of Witness Stojanče Petković 80Prizren and Jablanica 83Gošići near Podgorica 92Subotica 95List of Persons-Owners or Users of Damaged Facilities 95Belgrade 100On-Site Investigation Memo Kri No. 593/99,11 May 1999 102Report, 30 April 1999 104On-Site Investigation Memo, 30 April 1999 106Report on Forensic and Technical On-Site Inspection, 30 April 1999.... 108Report, 30 April 1999 109Murino near Play, 30 April 1999 110Vitanovac and Žarče near Kraljevo 111Sremska Mitrovica 112Valjevo 113Minutes of the Testimony of Witness Dragoljub Tešić 114 Novi Sad 116Niš and Medoševac 118Belgrade - Chinese Embassy 122Report on the On-Site Forensic-Technical Investigation, 8 May 1999.... 134Report, 8 May 1999 135
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