Gregory Elich's FOOTNOTES for

Screams And Cries

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1.   Viktor Ivancic and Srdan Kaic, "A Chronicle of Violence," Feral Tribune (Split), December 29, 1995.
Miro Bogdanovic, "Apologize to Victims of Terrorism," Feral Tribune (Split), December 9, 2000.  (back)

2.   Stojan Obradovic, "The Split Blackshirts Also Beat Up People," AIM (Paris), February 9, 1994.  (back)

3.   The testimonies of former prisoners of Prison Camp Lora are taken primarily from these sources: "Crime of Genocide Against Serbs in the Prison Camp 'Lora' in Split in the Period 1991-1997, Committee for Compiling Data on Crimes Against Humanity and International Law (Belgrade), October 1998.
Vladimir Matijanic, "Victims of Sadism," Feral Tribune (Split), October 28, 2000.  (back)

4.   "Who Has Given the Green Light?", interview with Stipe Mesic, Panorama (Milan), August 8, 1995. Chantal de Rudder, "The United States Gave Us the Green Light," interview with Mate Mestrovic, Le Nouvel Observateur (Paris), August 10, 1995.
George Jahn, "International Inaction in Croatia Will Complicate Bosnian War," Associated Press, August 7, 1995.
"NATO Destroyed Krajina Missile Systems," SRNA (Belgrade), August 6, 1995.
Cvijeta Arsenic, "Abandoned People Must Flee," interview with Slobodan Jarcevic, Oslobodjeje (Sarajevo), August 23, 1995.
Jasmina Kuzmanovic, "Croatian Minister Says U.S. Gave Advice on Offensive," Associated Press, August 5, 1995.
"Croatia Takes Effective Control of What's Left of Bosnia," San Francisco Chronicle, August 11, 1995.  (back)

5.   Interview with members of the Committee for Compiling Data on Crimes Against Humanity and International Law, by Barry Lituchy and members of the North American Solidarity with Yugoslavia Delegation, Belgrade, August 6, 1999.  (back)

6.   Correspondence from Committee for Compiling Data on Crimes Against Humanity and International Law to author, August 6, 2002.
Vlado Rajic, "Is The Hague Severing Cooperation with Croatia?", Vjesnik (Zagreb), November 24, 2002.  (back)

7.   "Lora Prison Trial Witness: Superior Officer Said 'Do Whatever You Want' to Prisoners," HINA (Zagreb), October 11, 2001.  (back)

8.   "Lora Prison Trial Witness: Superior Officer Said 'Do Whatever You Want' to Prisoners," HINA (Zagreb), October 11, 2001.  (back)

9.   Vladimir Matijanic, "Who Will Be Hunted?", Feral Tribune (Split), October 13, 2001.
"Lora War Crimes Trial Resumes with Testimony of Witness K," HINA (Zagreb), November 7, 2002.  (back)

10.   Broadcast, Croatian radio, June 13, 2002.  (back)

11.   "FRY Witnesses Subpoenaed to Testify in Lora Trial Fail to Show Up," HINA (Zagreb), June 17, 2002.
"Croatian Rights Group Warns Witnesses in War Crimes Trial," Agence France-Presse (Paris), June 14, 2002.  (back)

12.   Goran Vezic, "Lora Trial Prosecutors Seek Relocation," Institute for War & Peace Reporting (London), June 24-30, 2002.
"Witness in War Crimes Trial Suffers Memory Loss Over Earlier Statement," HINA (Zagreb), October 18, 2002.  (back)

13.   "Croatian Court Bungled War Crimes Trial, Says Yugoslavia," Agence France-Presse (Paris), June 27, 2002.  (back)

14.   Lajla Veselica, "Croatian Court Releases War Crimes Suspects, Angering Rights Groups," Agence France-Presse (Paris), July 22, 2002.
"Ex-Military Policemen Charged with War Crimes are Released from Detention," Associated Press, July 22, 2002.
Loborka Kozole, "Sympathizing with War Criminals?", Transitions On Line Balkan Report, July 29, 2002.
"Police Re-Arrest Four Croatian War Crimes Suspects," Agence France-Presse (Paris), August 2, 2002.
Snjezana Vukic, "Supreme Court Orders Croat War Crimes Suspects Back to Prison," Associated Press, August 1, 2002.  (back)

15.   Tihomir Ponos, "Neo-Ustasha Squeakers," Vjesnik (Zagreb), September 3, 2002.
"Court Demands Probe Into War Crimes Trial Judge for Behavior at Concert," HINA (Zagreb), September 17, 2002.
"No Official Comments From Split County Court on Judge Lozina," HINA (Zagreb), September 18, 2002.  (back)

16.   "War Crimes Trial in Split Resumes with Two Defendants Still On Run," HINA (Zagreb), September 19, 2002.
"Serb Witnesses at Split Trial Say Relatives in Croatia Threatened," SRNA (Bijeljina, Bosnia), September 22, 2002.
"Lora War Crimes Trial Adjourned After Yugoslav Witness Fails to Appear," HINA (Zagreb), September 23, 2002.
"Two Witnesses Testify in Lora Trial, Claim Inmates Were Not Abused," HINA (Zagreb), September 24, 2002.  (back)

17.   "Pathologist Testifies to Torture in Lora Prison Camp at War Crimes Trial," HINA (Zagreb), October 15, 2002.
"Former Military Policeman Testifies to Torture in Lora Prison," HINA (Zagreb), October 16, 2002.  (back)

18.   "Witnesses from Yugoslavia Fail to Show Up at Lora Abuse Trial," HINA (Zagreb), October 21, 2002.  (back)

19.   "Witnesses from Yugoslavia Not Coming to Split," Blic (Belgrade), November 14, 2002.
"Croatian Court Requests Translation of Yugoslav Ministry's Letter," HINA (Zagreb), November 11, 2002.
"Accused in Lora War Crimes Trial Present Defense, Plead Not Guilty," HINA (Zagreb), November 13, 2002.  (back)

20.   "Croatian Justice Minister Requests Sacking of Judge in War Crimes Trial," HINA (Zagreb), October 28, 2002.
"Croat Judge Under Investigation for Hiding War Crimes Evidence," Deutsche Presse-Agentur, September 19, 2002.
"Controversial Croatian Judge to Sue Justice Minister," HINA (Zagreb), November 5, 2002.  (back)

21.   "Judicial Council Decides Not to Take Measures Against Lora Trial Judge," HINA (Zagreb), November 14, 2002.  (back)

22.   "Lora War Crimes Trial Ends, Verdict Expected on 22 Nov," HINA (Zagreb), November 20, 2002. "Few Defence Lawyers Give Closing Arguments in Lora Trial," HINA (Zagreb), November 19, 2002. "Prosecution, Defence Present Closing Arguments in Lora Trial," HINA (Zagreb), November 18, 2002.  (back)

23.   "Split Court Releases All Defendants in War Crimes Trial," Croatian Radio broadcast, "November 22, 2002.  (back)

24.   "Croatian Court Acquits Former Military Policemen of War Crimes," Agence France-Presse, November 22, 2002.
Eugene Brcic, "Judge Acquits 8 War Crimes Suspects," Associated Press, November 22, 2002.  (back)

25.   Broadcast, Croatian Radio, June 13, 2002.  (back)


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