Tuesday, September 24, 2013


NOTE: I received this email from Paperless Archives and am passing it on to Website visitors. Apparently, you can ascertain the Bosnia War archives right away:

Name:Jerry pencer 
Subject:Early release of Clinton/Bosnia CIA files 
Message:The CIA Bosnia files to be released at the Bosnia, Intelligence and Clinton’s Presidency conference (http://www.clintonlibrary.gov/ciasymposium.html) on October 1st at the Clinton Presidential Library are available now at


This should be a revealing release of now declassified information! According to the Arkansas News Bureau (9/9/13), the Clinton Library is going to release declassified Bosnia records. The Clinton library and the CIA on Thursday announced the release next month of more than 300 newly declassified documents on intelligence and presidential policy-making during the 1992-1995 Bosnia War.

Former President Bill Clinton is scheduled to deliver remarks during a symposium Oct. 1 hosted by the Clinton Presidential Library and the Clinton Foundation. The event will mark the first time a U.S. president will participate in a CIA declassification event, officials said.

Other scheduled speakers include Madeleine Albright, former Secretary of State and United Nations ambassador; retired Gen. Wesley Clark, former Supreme Allied Commander in Europe; former Clinton National Security Adviser Sandy Berger; Leon Fuerth, former national security adviser to Vice President Gore; and former CIA Deputy Director for Intelligence John Gannon.

The symposium is entitled, "Bosnia, Intelligence, and the Clinton Presidency," and examines the Balkan conflict and the role of intelligence in informing senior policymakers.

A 1995 report by the CIA stated that Bosnian Serb forces were responsible for 90% of the war crimes committed during the conflict. As of early 2008, the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia had convicted 45 Serbs, 12 Croats and 4 Bosniaks of war crimes in connection with the war in Bosnia. Roughly 100,000 people were killed during the war. In addition, an estimated total of 20,000 to 50,000 women were raped, and over 2.2 million people were displaced, making it the most devastating conflict in Europe since the end of WW II.

Learn more about the Bosnian War:

Robert Morton, M.Ed., Ed.S. is a member of the Association Of Former Intelligence Officers (AFIO) and writes the online spy series "Corey Pearson- CIA Spymaster in the Caribbean". Contact him on the Secure Contact Form

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