Sunday, June 17, 2012

Some Justice.

From our friends at

Image made from TV provided by Bosnian war crimes court showing former Bosnian Serb soldiers Franc Kos, first row right, Stanko Kojic second row center, Vlastimir Golijan third row center, and Zoran Goronja, forth row right, during the pronouncement of the verdict for the four Bosnian Serb soldiers in Sarajevo, Bosnia, on Friday, June 15, 2012. Bosnian court on Friday convicted the four former elite soldiers of crimes against humanity for their part in the 1995 Srebrenica massacre and handed down sentences of up to 43-years. Bosnian Serb Stanko Kojic was sentenced to 43 years in prison; Slovenian Franc Kos and Bosnian Serb Zoran Goronja both got 40 years; and Vlastimir Golijan received a 19-year prison sentence.

ABC, via The Associated Press, confirms. Some justice, indeed. Not enough, but some.

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