Sunday, August 4, 2013

Help deport war criminal Cedomir Kljajic from Canada back to Bosnia to face justice!

Help deport war criminal Cedomir Kljajic from Canada back to Bosnia to face justice!

(Photo of Cedomir Kljajic testifying before the ICTY in defense of Radovan Karadzic)

Mr Klajic has been living in Canada since 1995 when he emigrated to Canada  and in his application he claimed he had worked from 1985-1995 as a lawyer. He made no mention of his belonging to RS MUP police force which was responsible for much of the ethnic cleansing campaigns and Genocides committed in 1992 and later in the war.

Cedomir Kljajic was third in command of the notorious so called RS MUP chain of command, subordinate only to interior minister Mico Stanisic and his deputy Stojan Zupljanin.

A little background on his two superiors...

Mico Stanisic:
From 1 April 1992, Minister of the newly established Serbian Ministry of Internal Affairs in Bosnia and Herzegovina (RS MUP) Convicted of persecutions on political, racial or religious grounds, murder and torture!
Sentenced by the Hague to 22 years of imprisonment.
 
Stojan Zupljanin:
Chief of the Regional Security Services Centre (CSB) of Banja Luka, located in north-western Bosnia and Herzegovina; member of the Autonomous Region of Krajina (ARK) Crisis Staff, and an advisor on internal affairs to the President of Republika Srpska (RS) Convicted of persecutions on political, racial or religious grounds, extermination, murder and torture!
Sentenced by the Hague to 22 years of imprisonment.
 
 





Please contact the below officials and offices of the Canadian Government and tell them why he should not be allowed to continue to live in Canada as a free man, granted the same status of many of his victims....





Dear (recipient),


Mr. Cedomir Kljajic was third in command of the so called Republic Srpska Ministry of Internal Affairs (MUP) this criminal organization was responsible for organizing and carrying out of much of the Ethnic Cleansing campaigns and Genocides committed in Bosnia. Especially in 1992 when 70% of all war crimes were committed against civilians of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The MUP was responsible for creating the Serbian Crisis Staffs which carried out the orders of Radovan Karadzic in murdering, raping, interring in camps and expelling the rest of the non-Serbian populations in territory they controlled. They were directly responsible for organizing most the war crimes committed against the civilian population of BiH.

They were directly in control of the notorious camps of Bosnia Manjaca, Trnopolje, Omarska among numerous others. Mr. Kljajic no doubt played an integral role in establishing these policies and the reign of terror that followed.

Even if he has not been convicted or arrested for these crimes (yet) Canada must not be a safe harbor for criminals of his kind who have been linked to some of the gravest crimes committed in the history of mankind. His participation in the war, his admission of lying on his application to come to Canada and the very real chance that his victims who were granted asylum in Canada and received the same status as their tormentor, makes it of utmost importance that Canada takes a hard line on him and anyone in the future found to be responsible or at the very least partaken in such grave crimes against humanity at best, Genocide at worst.

Please do not sully the reputation of the great Canadian nation by turning your backs and ignoring this war criminal and his crimes. Please do not victimize the victims one more time by allowing this man to remain free one day longer on Canadian soil.


                                                                                          Sincerely,
                                                                                        (your name here)












 
Contact these offices and share your thoughts with them...
 
Immigration Minister
Honourable Chris Alexander at Minister@cic.gc.ca
 
 
The Honourable Peter Gordon MacKay
Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada
284 Wellington Street
Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0H8
 
Policy Centre for Victim Issues
Fax: 613-952-1110
Email: pcvi-cpcv@justice.gc.ca
Address: Policy Centre for Victim Issues
Department of Justice Canada
284 Wellington Street
Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0H8
 
Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes Section
Fax: 613-952-7370
Email: wc-cdg@justice.gc.ca
Address:  Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes Section
Department of Justice Canada
284 Wellington Street
Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0H8 

1 comment:

  1. Keeping my fingers crossed that this monster end up in prison.

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