4 January 1993 Borislav Herak, a Serb and a POW in a military jail in Sarajevo, reached the pages of the “New York Times”, “CNN” and other leading international media. The authorities in Sarajevo liked to parade him in front of journalists because he would recapitulate in detail how he had butchered scores of people, […]

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