U.S. Residents Urged to Report Serbian War Criminals 1-866-347-2423

Posted: January 17, 2011 in Bosnian Muslims and Jews, Jews and Bosniaks, Jews and Bosnian Muslims

Another Serbian war criminal removed from the United States

Two days ago, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers removed Branko Popic from the United States. He was deported to Bosnia and Herzegovina. Popic served in the army of the breakaway Republic of Srpska during the July 1995 Srebrenica genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina. This is another example of how ICE will not allow the United States to be a safe haven for those who have come to our country in an effort to evade prosecution and punishment for the crime of genocide.

Branko Popic (Serb) in custody of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers.

Branko Popic (Serb) in custody of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers.

If you have any information about foreign nationals living in the United States who served in the Serbian or Bosnian Serb army during the 1995 Srebrenica genocide, you are urged to contact ICE investigators immediately. Your privacy is guaranteed. Nationwide, anonymous tips may be reported TOLL-FREE at 1-866-347-2423.

  1. Dave says:

    Here is a partial list of former members of the Bosnian Serb army arrested in the U.S. by the ICE in connection with the Srebrenica massacre:

    Sekula Bilic, Zdravko Kordic, Branko Popic, Ostoja Saric, Strahinja Krsmanovic, Boro Stojanovic, Jadranko Gostic, Zoran Radic, Dusan Bosnjak, Bogdan Panic, Nedjo Ikonic, Milivoje Jankovic, Veselim Vidacak, Milisav Vukovic, Nedjo Lojpur, Ratko Maslenjak, Dalibor Butina, Radovan Jankovic, Vlado Kecojevic, Branislav Cancar, Mladen Blagojevic, Nenad Dragic, Milenko Gujic, Mitra Gujic, Rajko Hercegovac, Risto Hercegovac, Momcilo Krstic, Rajko Ninkovic, Radenko Spiric, Vitomir Spiric, Nikola Stankovic, Savo Tojcic, Cvijan Vidakovic, Marko Boskic, Ugljesa Pantic, Zdravko Bozic, Radenko Ubiparipovic, Dragon Ubiparipovic, Goran Bencun, Milenko Stjepanovic, Mirka Stjepanovic (woman), Milenko Krstic, Ranko Nastic, Branko Ritic, Mladen Cvijanovic and many others.

    All former Serbian soldiers have been charged with immigration violations, some were deported, some are still appealing to stay in the United States, others were sentenced or charged with crimes in Bosnia.

    In the state of Arizona alone, agents from Immigration and Customs Enforcement and the FBI have arrested around 30 former soldiers who were in either the Bratunac or Zvornik brigades that orchestrated the genocide in July 1995, capturing, holding, executing, burying and re-burying the more then 8,000 Bosnian Muslim men and boys.

    The Arizona cluster of Srebrenica soldiers is, for sheer numbers, perhaps the starkest example yet of the wider phenomenon of foreign war crimes suspects finding sanctuary in the affluent anonymity of America’s cities and suburbs.

  2. Branimir Stulic says:

    Jews are mother fuc***ers same as bosnian muslims. They deserve eachother.

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