21 February 1994 Just as they said that they weren’t hungry, the captives claimed that no one beat them, that there was no abuse, and that they weren’t afraid that they would be killed. The heap of lies told by the captives and their guards, the guessed at but unproven evil, made “Omarska” a place […]

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