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Russia will give the former Yugoslav soldier to Bosnia and Herzegovina?

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Have at least one trial been initiated against US military officials and military personnel who were directly involved in the bombing of Yugoslavia in 1999? Not. The NATO bombing took hundreds of lives of Serbs, led to billions in losses in the economy of the Balkan state, destroyed families, and, indeed, the country itself.


The fact that the NATO aggression by the so-called international community has not yet been recognized as aggression once again speaks of the total fear of this very community before the “exclusive nation” of the “exclusive state”. The fear that the “exceptional” could at any moment raise their bombers up into the air and, under the slogan of spreading democracy, turn another state into ruins, has become the main rule of modern “international law” - the “rights” of one state to determine priorities and goals for all others. ..

And against the background of this protracted game of unipolar dictate, in fact, the only force that really politically opposes the States is Russia. Yes, the situation is much more complicated with economic nuances, but politically Russia is really defined by Washington as that bone in the throat that does not allow to cope “with food”, but also strives to finish off whoever eats this same food in excess quantities with going hungry gastronomic ecstasy

However, it happens, if it is possible to put it this way, incidents that put question marks in the plan of the mentioned political opposition to the two poles. One of these incidents occurred in Kurgan, where Interpol and the Federal Security Service officers, supported by riot police, detained a citizen of Bosnia and Herzegovina, a Serb by nationality, Ratko Samak (Samac). The material about his detention 15 January was published by the Ural branch of the newspaper Kommersant under the loud headline "War crimes entrenched in Kurgan."

What is the essence stories... who "dug in"? The bottom line is that this man (Ratko Samak (Samac)) at one time was a junior officer of the Yugoslav army who took part in the war that was burning in the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina in the first half of 90's. At the end of 90's, Samac, who had Bosnian citizenship by that time, went to Russia for treatment, and in Russia he eventually received a residence permit. When more than 15 years passed since the end of the civil war in Bosnia and Herzegovina, local bloggers suddenly became interested in Samac’s personality, having published materials that he allegedly took part in the execution of a Bosnian Muslim family. Two years ago, Bosnia, on the basis of (attention!) Materials published by bloggers, put the former soldier on the wanted list. It came to Interpol.

From a short interview with a Bosnian blogger who publishes materials under his nickname Adnan, to the Kommersant newspaper:
He is wanted as a war criminal who committed the killing of civilians during the Bosnian war. As far as I heard, he disappeared from the country and quite officially lived in Russia for several years. I am even surprised that he is detained.


Russia will give the former Yugoslav soldier to Bosnia and Herzegovina?


48-year-old Samak (Samac) is really detained. Moreover, the operation in Kurgan was more than serious, and this taking into account the fact that the Yugoslav soldier (retired) was not going to hide from anyone, never "dig in", and did not shoot himself from anyone ... Moreover, Samatsu, like reports in his material in "Free Press" well-known writer and publicist Sergei Shargunov, extended the term of the residence permit in the Russian Federation to 2020 year. That is, the local authorities knew exactly where Samac lived, and that he did not even think about hiding, because he had no reason to.

At this point in time, the Serb Samak (Samac) is in the Kurgan remand prison, and it is highly likely that he can be extradited to Bosnia and Herzegovina by a court decision, where, there is no particular doubt, they will “prove” his involvement in the commission of war crimes, and to anything, down to the "Kennedy assassination" and "participation in the ISIS detachment." They began with the “murder” of one Muslim family, and eventually Samak (Samatsu) would also bring in the “genocide” of all Bosnian Muslims ... - This is using the same technology that the so-called tribunal for the former Yugoslavia works for. The meaning is simple: the main thing is to find a "suitable" Serb, and then - a matter of technology: crying "witnesses" are selected, for whom testimony has already been concocted, and who in addition know English well. In general, window dressing for the “international community” - the international tribunal ...

One thing is not clear, for which Russia suddenly needed to pry the gang of Western swindlers, lured by those for whom if there are war criminals in the Yugoslav war, then these are exclusively Serbs ... democratic "West, moreover, it was issued on the basis of just some muddy publication in a no less muddy Bosnian blog, then we (Russia) will make a generous gift to" partners. " And are the "partners" themselves rushing to extradite criminals of various stripes to us (Russia)? Something can not wait ...

So, maybe, even Lugovoy "to the heap" will be given to Britain - well, as if as a sign of the "great friendship between the peoples" ...

Although there is hope that the Kurgan court (namely, in Kurgan, the decision on the extradition of Ratko Samak (Samac) will be made) will nevertheless evaluate the political palette before making a decision. At the very least, it would not have been possible to sort out the situation with the former soldier of the Yugoslav army ... After all, in fact, there is nothing difficult in recognizing a Serb as a political refugee, which automatically gives Russia full authority to ignore any hunt announced by an officer, performing his duties and orders of command.
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  1. Cormorants
    Cormorants 22 January 2016 06: 38
    +8
    A vague story, you need more information!
    1. Sakmagon
      Sakmagon 22 January 2016 14: 25
      +2
      The information is one-sided and insufficient - but how many decisively hysterical conclusions ... maybe they were counting on such a reaction? I am sure that until now none of those shouting "betrayal" about this Ratko Samak had ever heard of.
      I killed a phrase: "... why did Russia suddenly need to wave a gang of Western swindlers ..". Ah yes Alexey, well Volodin ...
  2. Great-grandfather of Zeus
    Great-grandfather of Zeus 22 January 2016 06: 43
    38
    This is not stupidity, but clearly a crime to betray anyone to any "international" courts. Knowing that these courts turn into judgments for the innocent, we will not send a person who fought against the genocide of our people to life imprisonment with someone else's hands.
    1. the polar
      the polar 22 January 2016 08: 02
      18
      Quote: Great-grandfather of Zeus
      This is not stupidity, but clearly a crime to betray anyone to any "international" courts. Knowing that these courts turn into judgments for the innocent, we will not send a person who fought against the genocide of our people to life imprisonment with someone else's hands.

      It can be seen that the "sovereign" Russian power is firmly held by Faberge. And the "Faberge" has grown large in twenty years, they do not fit into a Russian bank, only into a Swiss or London bank.
      1. Sling cutter
        Sling cutter 22 January 2016 18: 40
        +4
        Quote: Polar
        It can be seen that the "sovereign" Russian power is firmly held by Faberge.

        So let's see how PR chatter differs from real affairs.
  3. 33 Watcher
    33 Watcher 22 January 2016 06: 49
    +9
    Well, here I think there is an interpolation request, they reacted, took it, and is sitting under investigation. There will be a court. And here the fun begins: They can give out, or they can, not give out ...
    If our court takes into account such "evidence" as the writings of bloggers, it's a shame.
    And if he doesn’t accept it (which I really hope), then the legal procedure has been followed, and the Serbian officer will continue to live quietly with us without fear of persecution.
    Maybe this is the procedure of final legalization? We can’t just send an interpol. We have a bunch of our runaways along his (interpol) line.
    In any case, for the conclusions, the accusations, it seems, they sold out, waved and merged everything, early.
    And we don’t know what kind of person. And, we don’t know what our justice authorities have. In general, we don’t know anything.
    1. Alena Frolovna
      Alena Frolovna 22 January 2016 07: 56
      14
      "They thirst for Ratko Samac's blood in Bosnia." Is the extradition of a Serbian veteran from Kurgan "generously paid"?

      Bosnian activists may be behind the story of the arrest in Kurgan by a court decision of a Bosnian war veteran Ratko Samats. Information appears in the blogosphere that the operation has been generously paid, and the most "suffering of blood" are even ready to send a special plane to deliver the sick veteran to Bosnia and Herzegovina, the correspondent reports.

      "Now I talked with a Serb friend, a veteran from the town of Backa Palanka, Milos S. He reports that the Muslims have long, by all means, lust for his blood. The case has not been without serious financial investments from the Muslims. One rich Bosnian Muslim , who lives in Switzerland, is even ready to pay for the flight of a special medical plane, if only Samat ends up in a Muslim prison, "blogger akaz_tugaev writes.

      Recall that on January 15, Kurgan police arrested Ratko Samats, who was undergoing treatment after serious injuries in the center of Ilizarov since 1999, by decision of the city court. This was motivated by a court decision in the city of Banja Luka, according to which the former officer was accused of war crimes.

      Samats' wife, the writer Elena Kibireva, suggested that placing the veteran on the international wanted list was a rather expensive planned operation. Experts note that the extradition of a Serbian soldier, whatever the motives, is unacceptable. According to Colonel General Leonid Ivashov, this will become "a real crime."

      http://www.nakanune.ru/articles/111324/

      Putin is being asked to protect a Serb patriot whom they are preparing to expel from Russia. "If they pass it, it will be a big mistake"

      http://www.nakanune.ru/articles/111319/
    2. the polar
      the polar 22 January 2016 07: 58
      13
      Issued a "residence permit" after checking the same FSB, and 15 years "we don't know what kind of person"lives in Russia. Yes you are a comedian, just like Zhvanetsky.
    3. Oprychnik
      Oprychnik 22 January 2016 09: 17
      +6
      I won’t be surprised if they surrender. Eric Honneker surrendered, and did not frown. Shameful page ...
    4. PSih2097
      PSih2097 22 January 2016 10: 08
      +2
      Quote: Observer 33
      They can issue, or they may not, issue ...

      as they say from above (in the Kremlin) it will be so ...
  4. inkass_98
    inkass_98 22 January 2016 07: 01
    +9
    it’s not difficult to recognize Serbs as political refugees

    Why then should a person be kept in jail? An invitation to the interrogator, followed by a recognizance not to leave, would be enough. Knowing our "most humane" court, any delightful decision can be expected.
    1. Corsair0304
      Corsair0304 22 January 2016 08: 38
      +8
      Quote: inkass_98
      Why then keep a person in jail?


      Sometimes in a pre-trial detention center a person is more difficult to get than on the street.
      But in my opinion, the Kurgan law enforcement officers simply simply overshoot ... before Interpol, since they started such a large-scale operation.
      And believe me, if a correctly executed request for extradition is received from the relevant international organizations, our court will hand over this Serb, who defended his country from thugs.
      I speak with such confidence, as I have faced the same situation personally.
      1. PSih2097
        PSih2097 22 January 2016 10: 10
        +1
        Quote: Corsair0304
        Sometimes in a pre-trial detention center a person is more difficult to get than on the street.

        and sometimes it is much easier than free ... It all depends on what you represent under "get".
  5. asiat_61
    asiat_61 22 January 2016 07: 13
    +6
    The Kurgan court will extradite, itself from Kurgan, had heard about our judges. 8-9 years for walking along a neighboring street, easily in Kurgan.
  6. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 22 January 2016 07: 37
    13
    Someone just needs to be reminded how the West (especially England) extradits wanted criminals, how the United States simply steals Russians by decision of its court in third countries. Yes, a lot more can be remembered. Recall the Hague Tribunal, which arranged a trial only over the Serbs, turning a blind eye to war criminals in Kosovo, Bosnian Muslims. If extradition happens, then it will be just the stupidest act of our justice.
    1. Scraptor
      Scraptor 22 January 2016 08: 24
      +7
      Yes, not stupid but high treason
  7. V.ic
    V.ic 22 January 2016 08: 08
    10
    Come on, come on, give out, give out ... Let's live to the point that the Russians will be killed just because RUSSIAN. I hate tolerance and its adherents.
  8. su navy
    su navy 22 January 2016 08: 18
    +6
    Author, great arguments. Under investigation, it is necessary to imprison the one who authorized the arrest / detention of a Serbian soldier in order to check possible links with the CIA, the State Department and other Ov organizations.
    1. 31rus
      31rus 22 January 2016 08: 43
      +5
      Firstly, he lived in Russia for 15 years, so it’s not a Serb, but a Russian, then who can check the facts of Interpol? Why would you break the comedy with riot police? to help
  9. Butchcassidy
    Butchcassidy 22 January 2016 08: 30
    16
    I remember there is also Ratko Mladic - a Serbian general, a hero who defended his homeland, who is being held in dungeons in The Hague, betrayed by traitors in the Serbian government who were flattered by the "carrot" of joining the EU.

    And now they’ve taken Ratko’s rank much lower ...

    I recall the words of N. Mikhalkov, said during his visit to Serbia that everything happens due to the fact that there is a war with Orthodoxy.

    Among those found guilty under the ICTY, Serbs make up the lion's share, while such thugs from the Kosovars such as Hashim Thaci, who, among others, is involved in the trafficking of human organs (which she "remembered" after the resignation of Carla del Ponte), is part of the political establishment of Kosovo ".

    Kosovo ye Serbia! Strength to you - Ratko, Nemanji, Dushan, etc.
  10. 31rus
    31rus 22 January 2016 08: 31
    13
    Dear, this is not a matter of a specific person, and then they will begin to demand that other Serbs be extradited, simply because he is a Serb and lives in Russia (which means there is something to be afraid of) that’s what this particular case will lead to. Personally, I understand everything, tomorrow the participants fights in the Donbass are recognized as criminals, if desired, by some blogger. To figure out where the wind blows and all those responsible, including the judge. How can you judge a person, initiate an arrest, without reason, that you’ve completely gotten offended?
    1. Corsair0304
      Corsair0304 22 January 2016 08: 47
      +5
      Quote: 31rus
      at the request of a blogger


      This is not the desire of some blogger. This is a well-paid operation, the beginning of which was a surge of "popular indignation" in the blogging sphere, a continuation - actions in Kurgan, well, and the end - recognition as a war criminal in The Hague.
      I hate ..
  11. Belousov
    Belousov 22 January 2016 08: 43
    +7
    This will be a test for the lice of our power. If they surrender the Serb to terrorists, it means that all beautiful statements are worthless. But just hide behind the fact that at the top they did not know about the decision of the Kurgan court on extradition at the request of Interpol - I will never believe it.
  12. Crown
    Crown 22 January 2016 09: 09
    +2
    Isn’t that still going to play according to Western rules?
  13. good7
    good7 22 January 2016 09: 21
    +2
    And what do you want with us, Kadyrov has become the word of the nation! That's why they are surrendering, probably one more personal request! After the surrender of Budanov, no wonder! Remind me of at least one high-profile process for a Muslim to be tried for killing infidels?
  14. Alex 74
    Alex 74 22 January 2016 09: 56
    +2
    The country of the absurd. Again we surrender our enemies. These merchants sold the whole country. There is no honor or conscience left
  15. Starshina wmf
    Starshina wmf 22 January 2016 10: 00
    0
    If he is a citizen of Russia. and as I understand it, his wife is a Russian woman, then he should already get citizenship, then they won’t give him away. Since Russia does not give out his citizens.
  16. Gormenghast
    Gormenghast 22 January 2016 10: 33
    +4
    First, let the Anglo-Saxons give us all the wanted oligarchs and other robbers of socialist property.

    Russia is not participating in the ICC (as, by the way, is the USA); it is unclear on what basis they should give someone away if the Russian Federation do not recognize jurisdiction of this tribunal, do not recognize the legitimacy of the dismemberment of Yugoslavia and, especially, its bombing?
  17. Fonmeg
    Fonmeg 22 January 2016 10: 37
    +1
    There are vague suspicions that our government is "weathering"!
  18. sa-ag
    sa-ag 22 January 2016 11: 03
    +2
    Such a nuance - when the story of Litvinenko’s poisoning in Britain happened, then you got up boiling and the British side demanded that Lugovoi be extradited, but you didn’t put Lugovoi in jail
  19. Pvi1206
    Pvi1206 22 January 2016 11: 04
    +2
    Here you have the support of the Russian world ...
  20. chunga-changa
    chunga-changa 22 January 2016 11: 10
    +1
    This is a tricky plan, they’ll issue it now, and then wow ...
  21. triglav
    triglav 22 January 2016 11: 38
    +3
    If the Kurgan court surrenders the Serb, it will be a shame for Russia. Although, as the Serbs themselves handed over the Hague ...
  22. sannik
    sannik 22 January 2016 12: 30
    +4
    If they give it out, it will be a big minus to our authorities, including Putin. Enough already to refer to (the law), there is also a conscience!
  23. Leader
    Leader 22 January 2016 14: 33
    +5
    In my opinion, they will give out.
    Disgrace again.
    Pease ... ets! Why does Russia even participate in some kind of "international police"?
    Isn't it easier to create an elimination group for "their" criminals who are abroad?
    And completely stop cooperation with Interpol - which illegally arrests our citizens abroad and extradites them to the United States and England!
    As ours need someone - so "lard for tinsel"; but for them - we try, we crush our own!

    You can minus, but our power has snickered and lost all sorts of landmarks (caved in under the West)!
    Only dependent countries and officials can dance to the tune of any "international tribunals"!
    I do not care what this Serb did!
    He did nothing wrong for us? “Well, let him live quietly here!”

    Bastards without honor and conscience!
  24. Damask
    Damask 22 January 2016 16: 03
    +5
    All the same, it looks like a fake, if this is so, then the faith of this power will not remain, but by the way Milosevic and his companions were silently sold
  25. Pushkar
    Pushkar 22 January 2016 19: 11
    +3
    Unfortunately, there is reason to believe that the officer will be extradited. There have already been precedents, for example, the case of the Riga OMON http://oficery.ru/security/3013.
  26. Rich-ksy
    Rich-ksy 22 January 2016 21: 57
    +2
    Create a department to eliminate our criminals abroad. In fact, do accidents, accidents, drowned, etc.
  27. aba
    aba 22 January 2016 22: 50
    +1
    Ohhhhhhhhh !!! if this goes on, then the amers will not have to catch the Russians around the world, our special services will pick up and deliver the amers in the best possible way!
  28. Radikal
    Radikal 23 January 2016 00: 23
    +1
    So, maybe, even Lugovoy "to the heap" will be given to Britain - well, as if as a sign of the "great friendship between the peoples" ...
    As for Lugovoi, the author did not guess, this "pepper" is from another "deck" ....
  29. Leader
    Leader 25 January 2016 12: 41
    0
    Quote: Radikal
    As for Lugovoi, the author did not guess, this "pepper" is from another "deck" ....

    C'mon ... Bakatin was ours too, and he told the adversaries ... I left this gift! (I'm talking about bugs at their embassy)