Okay that's cool. If it's true I've definitely learned something. Got a source?
I read this on Muslim forums, in the native language, where there was much gnashing of teeth over this. I can't find you an English language source right now. Nor do I care (more of that later).
WTF? If you haven't even read the forensic evidence in relation to the massacre that was collated for the trial, then how can you dismiss it so casually?
You have read the forensics? How many victims had blindfolds and/or ligatures?
So to summarise:
1) You haven't looked at the evidence
2) You don't have time to look at the evidence
3) For some unspecified reason you think that the number is far less than any credible international study has proposed
4) You don't really care anyway because it was payback
1.) You have been in Tuzla morgue and "looked at the evidence"?
2.) No, I'm in medical school and have a final exam two days from now and don't have time to do this sort of research.
3.) The most recent "credible international study" found ~35,000 Muslim civilian victims. I have yet to see a breakdown with respect to who killed them and how. And that is critical, because it's the linchpin of "genocide" that's being touted by people like you.
4.) I care, but I simply don't find myself more so outraged by one atrocity vs. another. There were atrocities on all sides, I am disgusted and scandalized by them all. That doesn't mean I'm an idiot who will start devoting my life towards mourning something that has nothing to do with me and frankly is a detail of world history, even as my own people's very real experience of genocide in WWII is systematically dismissed, minimized, covered up, ignored, and outright erased out of the books - in no small part by the same groups that are now accusing us of genocide. I am outraged that Srebrenica happened, but I am yet more outraged that Jasenovac happened and that it is far less known and far less deemed worthy of mourning than Oric's gang of hoodlums and the innocents he dragged along with him into hell.
Well, God sees all. He will avenge both Jasenovac and Srebrenica and all the victims of imperial fascism (a very long list that includes Iraq, Libya, Syria, Serbia, Vietnam, Afghanistan, El Salvador, Chile, Cyprus, etc. - to name a few).
The evidence in relation to that incident is sketchy and highly conflicted. It's not possible to take it before a court because nobody knows for certain what actually happened.
If a war crime was committed it's terrible that the perpetrators couldn't be called to account, but sometimes that happens. It's not fair, but it doesn't mean that there was some kind of UN/ICTY conspiracy.
It's not sometimes, it's always. Every atrocity against Serbs is "sketchy" and "conflicted" - every atrocity by Serbs is clear as day. And then these "sketchy" crimes are never prosecuted. Or the perpetrators get acquitted for atrocity after atrocity after atrocity. Whether it's Klecka or the Kosovo organ theft scandal or the 2004 pogrom or Operation Flash or Operation Mistral or Operation Storm or Oric's escapades or Mirko Norac's ghoulish crimes in Gospic or the murder of thousands of Sarajevo Serbs by Muslim warlords - somehow...always...the evidence of atrocities against Serbs doesn't merit prosecution or conviction.
And yet, we still have tens of thousands of dead Serbs and hundreds of thousands of expelled Serbs. And there's no explanation being provided for that. Other than Milosevic.
Anyway, I'm off to study. I have work to do, I'm sure you have work of your own to do, and I don't have time or interest to debate this further. I think I've made some salient points and others can glean what they may. You and I will clearly not agree on this.