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INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL TRIBUNAL
FOR THE FORMER YUGOSLAVIA
Case no. IT-03-67
To President of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia
Judge Patrick Robinson
Registrar: Mr John Hocking
Date: 27 January 2011
Submission 465
THE PROSECUTOR
v.
Professor VOJISLAV [E[ELJ
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Criminal Report against the Former UN Detention Unit Commanding Officer Timothy
McFadden
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ICTY Prosecutor’s Office
The Accused
Professor Vojislav [e{elj
The Expert Team Assisting the Defence
Zoran Krasi}
Gordana Pop-Lazi}
Dragan Todorovi}
Vjerica Radeta
Ljiljana Mihajlovi}
Vesna Mari}
Filip Stojanovi}
Momir Markovi}
Nemanja [arovi}
Boris Aleksi}
Aleksandar Martinovi}
Nata{a Jovanovi}
Mirko Blagojevi}
Petar Joji}
Vesna Zobenica
Elena Bo`i}-Talijan
Jadranko Vukovi}
Ognjen Mihajlovi}
Marina Toman
Dejan Mirovi}
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INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL TRIBUNAL
FOR THE FORMER YUGOSLAVIA
Prosecutor
v.
Professor Vojislav [e{elj
Case no. IT-03-67
Submission 465
Criminal Report against the Former UN Detention Unit Commanding Officer Timothy
McFadden
1. Legal Grounds for Submission of a Criminal Report against the Former UN
Detention Unit Commanding Officer Timothy McFadden
1. With regard to the publishing of a secret cable on WikiLeaks website sent to the
US State Department from the US Embassy in The Hague, which shows that the former UN
ICTY Detention Unit Commanding Officer, Timothy McFadden, sent information about
Slobodan Milo{evi} to the US state organs (and agencies), Professor Vojislav [e{elj submits
a criminal report to the ICTY President, Judge Patrick Robinson. More precisely, pursuant to
the ICTY Rules of Procedure and Evidence and the Rules governing the detention of persons
awaiting trial or appeal before the Tribunal or otherwise detained on the authority of the
Tribunal, as well as the Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners adopted by
the UN in 1957, Professor Vojislav [e{elj submits a criminal report against the former UN
ICTY Detention Unit Commanding Officer. The former UN ICTY Detention Unit
Commanding Officer, Timothy McFadden, violated many rules and therefore it is necessary
that Judge Patrick Robinson, as the ICTY President (but also as the former Presiding Judge in
the Milo{evi} case), take action commensurate with the allegations in the criminal report,
otherwise, due to the obvious (quasi-legal and secret) political circumstances accompanying
the work of the UN ICTY Detention Unit (where Professor Vojislav [e{elj has been waiting
for eight years already for the trial to finish), trials in cases no. IT-03-67 and no. T-03-67R77.3 will not be fair. This is the basic causa of this criminal report. It is also clear that if the
ICTY President does not take action commensurate with the allegations in this criminal
report, the already poor international reputation of the ICTY will be ruined further.
2. Therefore the ICTY President has an obligation, pursuant to the ICTY Rules of
Procedure and Evidence (and in accordance with the ICTY Statute), to ensure the correct
work of the UN ICTY Detention Unit. More precisely, the rules contained in the ICTY Rules
of Procedure and Evidence are binding for everyone, including the UN ICTY Detention Unit
Commanding Officer, although he was obviously in contact with the US state organs and
agencies. In other words, just as the ICTY Statute is above the ICTY Rules of Procedure and
Evidence, so are the ICTY Rules of Procedure and Evidence above the Rules governing the
detention of persons awaiting trial or appeal before the Tribunal or otherwise detained on the
authority of the Tribunal (hereinafter: the Rules of Detention of 21 July 2005). The ICTY
President is therefore above the UN ICTY Detention Unit Commanding Officer and some
sort of a supervisory organ, which is why he must uphold the dignity of the Tribunal and
ensure that the human rights of detainees are respected. Acting or failing to act in this manner
has a direct impact on every trial, including the trials in cases nos. IT-03-67 and IT-03-67R77.3.
3. In the context of upholding the dignity of the court and preventing violations of its
rules, judges are bound by the Rules of Procedure and Evidence. For example, Rule 5 (A),
(B) and (C) of the ICTY Rules of Procedure and Evidence regulates non-compliance with
rules which “has caused material prejudice”. There is no doubt that by sending the
information to the US agencies and state organs, the UN ICTY Detention Unit Commanding
Officer caused serious prejudice to the reputation and work of the ICTY. Under Rule 14 (A)
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of the ICTY Rules of Procedure and Evidence, every ICTY judge makes a solemn declaration
that he will “perform ₣hisğ duties and exercise ₣hisğ powers . . . honourably, faithfully,
impartially and conscientiously” (this declaration is signed in the presence of the UN
Secretary General or his representative and its importance is underlined by the obligation of
keeping it in the ICTY archives). Every judge therefore makes a pledge, among other things,
to supervise the work and conditions in the UN ICTY Detention Unit. This is why the
omission concerning the prejudicial actions by the UN ICTY Detention Unit Commanding
Officer is even more serious and one should not turn a blind eye to it or deny responsibility.
4. The responsibility of the ICTY President for the functioning of the ICTY as a
whole is greater than that of an ordinary judge. This is why, among other things, the ICTY
President is elected pursuant to Rule 18 (C) “by a majority of the votes of the permanent
Judges composing the Tribunal”. Furthermore, the ICTY President has serious duties because
under Rule 19 (A) of the ICTY Rules of Procedure and Evidence he is the one who “shall
preside at all plenary meetings of the Tribunal” and “coordinate the work of the Chambers
and supervise the activities of the Registry as well as exercise all the other functions
conferred on the President by the Statute and the Rules.” This is why, in the context of this
criminal report, it may be concluded (beyond doubt) that the situation in the UN ICTY
Detention Unit is certainly covered by the term “all other functions” of the ICTY President. It
should be particularly mentioned that the ICTY President, who presides at plenary sessions,
has a duty (as stated in the Section 3 titled “Internal Functioning of the Tribunal”), under
Rule 24 (5) of the ICTY Rules of Procedure and Evidence, to “determine and supervise the
conditions of detention” (underlined by D. Mirovi}) together with other Judges. Therefore it
is more than obvious this is ICTY President’s duty!
5. In the legal context of this criminal report, I also need to mention the following.
The importance of the role of the ICTY President in controlling the work of all ICTY staff is
also demonstrated by Rule 19 (B), which enables him to issue Practice Directions, i.e.,
documents that have the same force as the Rules of Detention. Pursuant to Rule 23 (B) of the
ICTY Rules of Procedure and Evidence: “The President shall consult the other members of
the Bureau on all major questions relating to the functioning of the Tribunal.” In this context,
it is clear that the situation in the UN ICTY Detention Unit is very important for the
functioning of the ICTY. Furthermore, pursuant to Rule 23 ter, the ICTY President has a key
role in the Management Committee, which “shall coordinate the preparation and
implementation of the budget of the Tribunal”. This is yet another rule that shows the scope
of the responsibility of the ICTY President. The direct link between the work of the ICTY
Judges and the situation in the UN ICTY Detention Unit is also seen in Rule 40 bis (C) which
stipulates the following: “The order for the transfer and provisional detention of the suspect
shall be signed by the Judge and bear the seal of the Tribunal” (Rule 40 bis is followed up by
Rule 45 bis which stipulates that the rules in the ICTY Rules of Procedure and Evidence
“apply to any person detained under the authority of the Tribunal”). Therefore the UN ICTY
Detention Unit is not a separate alien body, independent of the ICTY! The ICTY President,
Judge Patrick Robinson, should know this and act accordingly with regard to the criminal
report! This means that the ICTY President may not turn a blind eye to this global scandal
revealed by WikiLeaks in which the UN ICTY Detention Unit Commanding Officer was
involved (particularly after Robinson’s inspired speech about “raising the UN flag” when he
took up the position, just as he did in the UN Security Council on 7 December 2010). Words
must be followed by action! This criminal report has a strong basis in Rule 77 (A)(ii) which
stipulates: “The Tribunal in the exercise of its inherent power may hold in contempt those
who knowingly and wilfully interfere with its administration of justice including any person
who . . . discloses information relating to those proceedings in knowing violation of an order
of a Chamber.” It is clear that the former UN ICTY Detention Unit Commanding Officer
meets the criteria under Rule 77 (A)(ii) of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence! This is why
the ICTY President, Robinson, must take action commensurate with the criminal report.
6. The legal grounds justifying the submission of the criminal report and the
instituting of criminal proceedings against the former UN ICTY Detention Unit Commanding
Officer are also found in the Rules of Detention of 21 July 2005. The former UN ICTY
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Detention Unit Commanding Officer violated many rules, including the Preamble to the
Rules of Detention of 21 July 2005. For example, pursuant to the Preamble, the purpose of
the Rules of Detention of 21 July 2005 with regard to detainees is to “ensure the continued
application and protection of their individual rights while in detention”. The former
Commanding Officer violated all of this by passing on information about a detainee to
persons outside the ICTY! In a similar manner, he violated other parts of this Preamble: “The
primary principles on which these Rules of Detention rest reflect the overriding requirements
of humanity, respect for human dignity and the presumption of innocence.” Obviously, for
the former Commanding Officer, Milo{evi} and other Serbs, including Professor Vojislav
[e{elj, were prisoners to whom the presumption of innocence did not apply. At the same
time, the former Commanding Officer violated in this manner the ICTY Rules of Procedure
and Evidence, because under the title “Definitions” in the Rules of Detention of 21 July 2005
it is stated that the Rules of Detention must be “consonant with the spirit of the Statute and
the Rules of Procedure and Evidence”. This is more than clear and enough to initiate
proceedings against the former Commanding Officer for contempt of the Tribunal!
7. It is also stated in Rule 2 of the Rules of Detention of 21 July 2005 that the
Commanding Officer is “under the authority of the Registrar”. Therefore it is clear again
from Rule 19 of the ICTY Rules of Procedure and Evidence, which stipulates that the ICTY
President “shall . . . supervise the activities of the Registry”, that the ICTY President is a
supervisory organ (or some sort of a superior) to the Commanding Officer. Therefore the
ICTY President must be particularly strict towards the former Commanding Officer of the
Tribunal! In a similar vein, Rule 3 of the Rules of Detention of 21 July 2005 states: “These
Rules of Detention shall be applied impartially. There shall be no discrimination on grounds
of race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national, ethnic or social
origin, property, birth, economic or other status.” It is obvious that this was not the case with
the former Commanding Officer of the UN ICTY Detention Unit. He used double standards
particularly towards the Serbs and Slobodan Milo{evi}. Rule 5 of the Rules of Detention of
21 July 2005 also states that: “All detainees, other than those who have been convicted by the
Tribunal, are presumed to be innocent until found guilty and are to be treated as such at all
times.” In this context, I wish to mention again that the former Commanding Officer of the
UN ICTY Detention Unit did not respect this important rule either, which directly draws on
the ICTY Statute and numerous international conventions, such as the European Convention
for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms and the International
Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. Rule 6 (A) also states that the Bureau may “at any
time, appoint a Judge or the Registrar of the Tribunal to inspect the Detention unit and to
report to the Bureau on the General conditions of implementation of these Rules of
Detention…” This is yet another legal basis showing that the ICTY President was, in fact, an
organ supervising the work of the Commanding Officer of the UN ICTY Detention Unit.
Therefore urgent action is required to remedy these omissions! In this sense, Rule 6 (B) of the
Rules of Detention of 21 July 2005 even prescribes that the ICTY President and the Bureau
shall appoint “inspectors whose duty it is to examine the manner in which detainees are
treated”. The inspectors obviously did not perform their duty when the former Commanding
Officer was disclosing confidential information to persons outside the ICTY! It is particularly
scandalous that the former Commanding Officer of the UN ICTY Detention Unit did not
comply with Rules 10, 11 and 34 of the Rules of Detention of 21 July 2005. More precisely,
Rule 10(B)(i) states: “A complete, secure and current record shall be kept concerning each
detainee received” which includes “information concerning the identity of the detainee and
his next of kin, and other information obtained pursuant to Sub-Rule 10(A)”. Then Rule 11 of
the Rules of Detention states: “All information concerning detainees shall be treated as
confidential and made accessible only to the detainee, his council and persons
authorized by the Registrar.” Therefore this does not include the US embassy! Rule
34(D)(i) and (ii) of the Rules of Detention of 21 July 2005 prescribes: “Information contained
in the detainee’s medical records may be consulted or disclosed: (i) for medical reasons only .
. . or in the interest of justice and the good administration of trial, by order of a Judge or
Chamber of the Tribunal, after consultation with the medical officer.” It is clear that the
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violations committed by the former Commanding Officer are serious and warrant maximum
sentence under Rule 77 of the ICTY Rules of Procedure and Evidence!
8. To make the scandal worse, the former Commanding Officer of the UN ICTY
Detention Unit also violated the Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners
adopted by the UN in 1957. Pursuant to Rule 6 of the Standard Minimum Rules for the
Treatment of Prisoners of 1957: “The following rules shall be applied impartially. There shall
be no discrimination on grounds of race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other
opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status.”
9. Finally, the law of the former Yugoslav republics also represents a legal basis on
which the ICTY Rules of Procedure and Evidence draw (even if just as a matter of form, e.g,
in Rule 101). For example, in 2001, one Dragi{a Blanu{a, who became Warden of the Central
Prison in Belgrade through a chain of revolutionary and grim circumstances, published a
book titled I Guarded Milosevi} (Glas Javnosti, Belgrade). In a similar way as did
McFadden, in a coarse manner, he recounted confidential information about Milo{evi}’s
health and private life, as well as his own quasi-political opinions and black-and-white
interpretations of historical events in the former Yugoslavia. For example, page 101 of this
shameful book contains a title Fluctuating Blood Pressure, page 108 title Grandson and
Grandfather, page 109 title Panel of Doctors in a Visit to Milo{evi}, page 151 title I Am the
Only One Competent, etc. This person abused his office (also on other occasions) during his
mandate and compromised the institution of which he was in charge to such an extent that
even the pro-western puppet regime in Belgrade brought an indictment against him in 2005
for abuse of office. Therefore the ICTY should also show a modicum of dignity and selfrespect in the case of the former Commanding Officer of the UN ICTY Detention Unit.
II
Widely accepted facts as a basis for submitting a criminal report against
the former Commanding Officer of the UN Detention Unit, Timothy McFadden, and the
dark role of psychiatrist Vera Petrovi} (accomplice) in violating the ICTY Rules of
Procedure and Evidence
10. In reference to the above, the following facts should also be mentioned.
According to WikiLeaks, the former Commanding Officer sent a large amount of information
on Slobodan Milo{evi} to people outside the ICTY (more on this in Appendix 1): “His
diastolic blood pressure is consistently above 120. . . Despite treatment with high doses of six
medications his blood pressure remained dangerously elevated . . .” Having disclosed such
confidential information about Milo{evi}’s health, the former Commanding Officer provides
the US embassy in The Hague with information about Milo{evi}’s telephone conversations:
“He calls his wife, Mirjana, every morning . . . Milo{evi} could manipulate a nation, but
struggled to manage his wife who . . . seemed to exert just such a pull on him. . . . Mira
goaded and cajoled him to take particular actions. When he failed to heed her advice, she was
not beyond telling him that the reason for a bad outcome was his failing to listen to her.
Markovi} served as a source of information . . . motivation, and strategy for Milo{evi} and he
relied heavily on her guidance. When she pressed him to do something he did not want to do,
Milo{evi} rarely pushed back directly but simply never acted on the particular entreaty.” This
is a scandalous disclosure about the private relationship between spouses! The sickening
impression is intensified by political comments of the former Commanding Officer about
some sort of manipulation of the nation (Milo{evi} won his mandate in multi-party elections),
and also by the malevolent interpretation of the frequency of telephone calls (it is normal for
spouses to call each other every day). Such a scandal is unprecedented in modern legal
history and can only be compared to the primitive conduct of one Dragi{a BLANU[A who
was, through a chain of disgraceful circumstances, the Warden of the Belgrade Central Prison
for a while. It is, however, important to mention the following in this criminal report. It is
absolutely clear from the above that the former Commanding Officer of the UN ICTY
Detention Unit monitored Milo{evi}’s telephone conversations and that he abused the
information obtained in this manner by passing it on to the US embassy in The Hague
(although he is not a US citizen himself). The next quotation from the cable published by
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WikiLeaks also shows that the Commanding Officer had his dark and hidden accomplices in
the violation of the ICTY Rules of Procedure and Evidence within the very prison walls:
“Milo{evi} remains a private man who does not generally share his thoughts,” the
Commanding Officer sent the information to the Americans. He is also, allegedly a
“narcissistic … person”. Finally, Milo{evi} refused to see a psychiatrist, said the
Commanding Officer, and this was recorded by the US embassy in The Hague. It is therefore
clear from the above that the accomplice in the violation of the ICTY Rules of Procedure and
Evidence was psychiatrist Vara Petrovi}! In this regard, Professor Vojislav [e{elj wishes to
add in this submission that Vera Petrovi} followed Milo{evi} and himself when they were
having meals together and that Milo{evi} refused to talk to this grim and compromised
character. Professor Vojislav [e{elj also states that this grim and compromised character had
negative influence also on Milan Babi} and this further aggravated his already problematic
psychological condition, which then resulted in his suicide on 5 March 2006. Vera Petrovi}
had a similar grim role in the case of Miroslav Deronji}, whom she also tried to persuade to
strike a deal with the Prosecution. Obviously, Deronji}, just like Babi}, was unable to cope
with what the so-called psychiatrist Vera Petrovi} was talking him into. He died in Sweden in
2007 (aged 53), soon after the proceedings ended in which he had struck a deal with the
Prosecution. This grim and compromised character, Vera Petrovi}, not only failed to comply
with the ICTY Rules of Procedure and Evidence, she also broke the Hippocratic Oath which
says: “I will not give a lethal drug to anyone if I am asked, nor will I give advice which may
cause his death.” This is why Vera Petrovi} should be forever removed from the ICTY and
severely punished for having violated the ICTY Rules of Procedure and Evidence. She is not
only a disgrace to the medical profession, but also to the ICTY as a whole, in a similar way as
is her superior in the crime, the former Commanding Officer of the UN ICTY Detention Unit.
III Conclusion
11. In the context of the above, the ICTY President should be aware of the fact that
the ICTY is a UN, and not a US, tribunal after all. The ICTY is not, at least formally, under
the US jurisdiction like the Guantanamo camp/military court. More precisely, Guantanamo is
so infamous for cruelty and violation of procedural rights that it was visited by a delegation
of the UN Human Rights Committee lead by Martin Scheinin. Scheinin concluded at the time
/translation/: “The arrangement is very problematic in terms of personal and material
jurisdiction of Military Commissions, their independence and impartiality, as well as the
obvious issues, such as accepting information obtained under duress and using inhumane and
humiliating method”1 There must be no such treatment in the ICTY. The violation of the
ICTY Rules of Procedure and Evidence, particularly Rule 77 (A), and numerous rules of the
Rules of Detention of 21 July 2005, as well as the Standard Minimum Rules for the
Treatment of Prisoners, must be punished most severely. Therefore the ICTY President must
take action commensurate with the allegations in this criminal report. Otherwise it will be
clear that the ICTY is under the same jurisdiction as the Guantanamo camp/military court.
Word count: 2,994
Professor Vojislav [E[ELJ
(Drawn up by a member of the Team of Experts: Dejan Mirovi})
/signed/
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/ article from Politika newspaper /
WikiLeaks on Milo{evi}’s Days in The Hague
Mirjana Markovi} had a central role in his life, as a source of information,
comfort, motivation and strategy
During his time in the Hague Tribunal Detention Unit, Slobodan Milo{evi} did
not suffer from depression, but he was unhappy due to the fact that he was unable to
see his wife Mirjana Markovi}, son Marko and daughter Marija, as well as his
daughter-in-law and his grandchild, states the cable published by WikiLeaks. In the
document from December 2003, which was sent from The Hague to Richard Prosper
in the US, who was at the time US Ambassador-at-Large for War Crimes Issues,
Timothy McFadden, an experienced prison warden from Ireland, who was in charge
of the Detention Unit in Scheveningen, conveyed his impressions on Milo{evi}’s days
in detention.
McFadden described the relationship between Milo{evi} and his wife as
“extraordinary”.
“Milo{evi} could manipulate a nation, but struggled to manage his wife who
seemed to exert just such a pull on him. When he failed to heed her advice, she was
not beyond telling him that bad outcomes could have been avoided had he listened to
her,” said McFadden to the US diplomats, adding that “when his wife pressed him to
do something he did not want to do, Milo{evi} rarely pushed back directly,” but
simply never acted on the particular entreaty. McFadden thought that Mirjana
Markovi} had a central role in Milo{evi}’s life, as a source of information, comfort,
motivation, and strategy.
In the cable from The Hague with reference no. 2568, it is stated that
Milo{evi}’s problems with his blood pressure in September 2003 caused “serious
alarm” at the Hague Tribunal, driving Tribunal staff to consider ways in which to
“make him happy”. McFadden said that he had proposed to those in charge (who
rejected this as unfeasible) to find a way to bring Mirjana Markovi} to The Hague
from Russia with some immunity from arrest. The Irishman added that even that was
a risk because Mirjana Markovi} “can be a very volatile person”.
In the meantime, Milo{evi}’s financial condition had worsened – he fell five
months in arrears in paying his Belgrade household staff and was unable for a period
of time to pay the air tickets of his legal advisers. Ultimately, the condition worsened
to such a degree that the SPS /Socialist Party of Serbia/ was forced to collect money
for him.
McFadden said that Milo{evi} believed that he was “surrounded by fools”,
both inside and out of the courtroom. This was, in McFadden’s opinion, Milo{evi}’s
problem also in the past because he had surrounded himself “by fools” throughout his
career out of fear of being challenged by more competent and intelligent advisers.
Milo{evi} has a nearly “photographic memory”, said McFadden, adding that he had
never met a man with his memory. This Irishman claims that the former President of
Serbia and the FRY /Federal Republic of Yugoslavia/ “remained” as “narcissistic” as
when he arrived in The Hague. On the other hand, unlike other detainees who
consistently complained, Milo{evi} was cooperative and accepted McFadden’s
decisions, often responding, “at least I asked.”
Milo{evi} was well liked and respected by other detainees. Some of them even
monitored his health and encouraged him to watch his own diet. Milo{evi} refused to
see a psychiatrist, but he did participate in the group sessions with other prisoners.
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On the days of court proceedings, he would get up at 0700 hours. After getting
dressed, he called his wife, and at 0800 hours he would leave for court. The court
sessions usually ran from 0900 to 1400 hours, with two twenty-minute breaks. After
court, they would return him to the Detention Unit, where he would first have a meal
and then one-hour walk (sun, rain or hail). Following the walk, he would meet with
legal advisers and prepare for the next court appearance. In the evening, he would
typically read a book (McFadden describes him as an avid reader of pot-boiler
thrillers like John Grisham, which he liked to read in English).
On days when he was not in court, he would sleep later, until 0930 or 1000
hours. He would also go for walks, receive visits from legal advisers, then have an
afternoon nap, and listen to Sinatra or watch one of the DVDs that his lawyers had
“smuggled in” to him.
M. Albunovi}
/caption: Milo{evi} in a courtroom at the Hague Tribunal/
/handwritten: “Politika” 23 January 2011/
TOMORROW IN POLITIKA
SERBIA TALKS: National pensions in culture
/photo/ Petar Volk
Aleksandar ^otri} /photo/
Out of 450 artists,
45 need to be picked
Domanovi} would not
receive a commendation either
SOCIETY: Every unit also
has a female football team
POLITICS: Serbia in a welter of
agencies
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/article from Ve~ernje Novosti newspaper/
WikiLeaks published a cable sent by the US embassy in The Hague on Slobodan
Milo{evi}
UNHAPPY BECAUSE HE COULD NOT SEE HIS FAMILY
Slobodan Milo{evi} calls his wife, Mira Markovi}, with whom he has an
“extraordinary relationship”, every morning. Milo{evi} can manipulate a nation, but
struggles to manage his wife who seems to exert just such a pull on him.
These are the words of Tim McFadden, an Irishman who was the head of the
Detention Unit in Scheveningen, quoted in a cable of the US embassy in The Hague
that was published by WikiLeaks website.
It contains details about Slobodan Milo{evi}’s detention in The Hague in
2003, which were communicated by McFadden to American diplomats.
In the cable sent from The Hague to Richard Prosper in Washington, the then
US Ambassador-at-Large for War Crimes Issues, in December 2003, it was stated that
McFadden interacted with Milo{evi} more often than anyone else.
McFadden said that it was not true that Milo{evi} suffered from depression,
but that his inability to see his family, particularly his wife and grandson Marko,
caused him substantial unhappiness.
Mira Markovi} served as a source of information, comfort, motivation and
strategy and he relied heavily on her guidance. When she pressed him to do something
he did not want to do, Milo{evi} would rarely push back directly but simply never
acted on the particular entreaty, said McFadden and added that Mira Markovi} had a
central role in Milo{evi}’s life.
It is mentioned in the cable that Milo{evi}’s high blood pressure spike in
September 2003 caused serious alarm at the Hague Tribunal. McFadden even said that
they were discussing how to bring Mira Markovi} to The Hague from Russia with
some immunity from arrest, which was then assessed as unfeasible.
/handwritten: “Ve~ernje Novosti”, 23 January 2011/
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Daily newspaper
Kurir
WikiLeaks Reveals
Sloba Milo{evi}’s Last Wish
Sloba called Mira Markovi} at 0700 hours every day. He wanted just one glass of red
wine.
WikiLeaks: Truth about Milo{evi}’s Last Days
Died Longing for Mira and Wine
I proposed to bring Mira from Russia to The Hague to keep down Milo{evi}’s blood
pressure.
BELGRADE – Sloba phoned Mira every morning and asked for a glass of red
wine every day!
Tim McFadden, an experienced Irish prison warden and the Commanding Officer of
the Hague Tribunal Detention Unit in Scheveningen, wrote in his reports about this
little known partiality of the late President of Serbia and the FRY and about his
pathological love for his wife Mira Markovi}. This was the only man who had full
insight in the life of Slobodan Milo{evi} since he stepped on the Dutch soil in June
2001. In a confidential report, published by WikiLeaks and exclusively carried by
Kurir, McFadden commented on the relationship between spouses Milo{evi} and
Markovi}. He called their closeness extraordinary.
“She was a source of information, comfort and motivation for him, and he
relied heavily on her guidance. When Mira pressed him to do something he did not
want to do, he rarely pushed back directly. Milo{evi} could manipulate a nation, but
struggled to ’manage’ his wife, who exerted such a pull on him. When he failed to
heed her advice, she did not, after all, tell him that the bad outcome could have been
avoided had he listened to her,” says McFadden.
Milo{evi}’s health problems mainly boiled down to high blood pressure,
although he was also suspected of having diabetes:
“There was no evidence for this because sugar levels in his blood were
normal, as were cholesterol and lipids. His weight had been stable since he lost 12
kilograms when he arrived in The Hague. I did not notice him smoking very much; in
a conversation, he claimed not to have smoked in four days and to have no desire to
do so. His only request was for a glass of red wine, but alcohol is strictly forbidden in
the Detention Unit.”
According to McFadden, there were times when physicians could not bring
Milo{evi}’s blood pressure down to normal.
“When he was having serious problems with his blood pressure in September,
his condition caused serious alarm at the Tribunal, driving the Registry to consider
ways in which to reduce his stress and make him happy. I proposed that they find a
way to bring Mira to The Hague from Russia with some immunity from arrest. I
believed that her company could help bring down Milo{evi}’s stress and perhaps his
blood pressure. Although I was aware that that was a risk, because she can be a very
volatile person.”
McFadden had the opportunity to see Milo{evi}’s patient file from the former
Yugoslavia:
“During the past summer, a number of things happened that put Milo{evi}
under increased stress and caused excessive fatigue. His diastolic blood pressure was
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constantly above 120. Despite treatment with high doses of six medications, his blood
pressure remained dangerously elevated until the trial schedule was reduced to three
days a week,” says McFadden, adding that “despite the mild heart damage, his EKG
results are always normal.”
According to him, the only two physician recommendations Milo{evi} refused
were: to take sedatives to lower his blood pressure and to undergo a procedure to look
for underlying causes of his hypertension.
“He refused to see a psychiatrist individually, but he did participate in the
group sessions with the other prisoners on his floor.”
Kurir tried to contact Mira Markovi} as well, but she did not answer our calls.
Sloba’s last wish to have a glass of red wine after an afternoon
nap was never granted, but he was allowed to begin his
mornings hearing Mira’s voice
75 euros for phone calls
He paid 75 euros a month to use the phone, while he could talk to his legal associates
for free using a special phone in the Detention Unit.
IRA Gaoler Guarded Sloba
McFadden, whom one ICTY official described as “the best of the best”, was in
a unique position to describe Milo{evi}’s detention, as he saw him on a daily basis.
He was privy to the contents of Milo{evi}’s monitored telephone conversations and
visits, as well as the reports of the physicians that examined him. McFadden had long
experience in managing tough prisoners, such as a large number of Irish Republican
Army detainees. One ICTY official described detainees in Scheveningen as pussycats
compared to McFadden’s charges in the UK.
He read pulp fiction, listened to Sinatra
Milo{evi}’s routine varied depending on whether court was in session.
“When court was in session he woke up at 0700 hours, and already at
approximately 0730 he would unfailingly call his wife. He was in the courtroom from
0900 to 1400 hours. After returning to the Detention Unit, he had a meal and then he
would walk for a full hour, sun, rain or hail. He would then meet his legal advisers
and prepare for the next court appearance. In the evening, he would typically read a
book. He was an avid reader, especially of rubbish literature, such as Grisham’s
thrillers, which he liked to read in English. When there were no court sessions, he
would sleep later, sometimes until 1000 hours, attend a creativity class, then in the
afternoon have a nap, listen to Sinatra CDs and watch DVDs smuggled in to him.
/handwritten: Kurir, 23 January 2011/
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Milo{evi} lost 12 kilograms in The Hague
Not Depressed, Just Defiant
McFadden claimed that Milo{evi} was not suffering from depression, but was
only defiant during the trial:
“His inability to see his son, daughter, daughter-in-law, wife and grandson,
especially the latter two, causes him substantial unhappiness. However, he has a job
here that preoccupies him, so that he is not apparently inclined to depression.”
Banker Ruined
McFadden also talks about Milo{evi}, once a banker, becoming poor:
“His financial position has worsened considerably since the spring (soon after
the assassination of Zoran \in|i} in 2003). He fell five months in arrears in paying
his Belgrade household staff and in this period was unable to pay the air tickets of his
Belgrade advisers. Finally, the condition worsened to such a degree that the SPS was
forced to raise money on his behalf. The Tribunal believed that his financial problems
would worsen.”
Memory Like an Elephant
In the report, McFadden claimed that Milo{evi} had a nearly photographic
memory and that he had “never met a man with his memory.”
“His memory has not deteriorated, nor have his other mental capacities. He
remains as narcissistic a person as when he arrived in The Hague. On the other hand,
unlike other detainees who constantly complain, Milo{evi} is cooperative and always
accepts my decisions. Moreover, Milo{evi} believes strongly in his own powers and
thinks that he is winning in the courtroom, an attitude that reinforces his currently
stable health.”
/handwritten: Kurir, 23 January 2011/
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Sunday, 23 January 2011
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Report by the prison warden in Scheveningen
Narcissistic Sloba silently endured his wife’s harsh criticism
Milo{evi} could manipulate a nation but struggles to manage his wife,
said Tim McFadden according to WikiLeaks
WikiLeaks posted a cable by the US Embassy in The Hague, the seat of
Dutch government, with details on Slobodan Milo{evi}’s stay in The Hague
Detention Unit in 2003, which Irishman Tim McFadden, the Commanding
Officer of the Scheveningen Detention Unit, recounted to American diplomats.
McFadden pointed out that Milo{evi} manipulated a nation in the same way his
wife Mira Markovi}, whom he phoned every morning, handled him.
A cable sent in December 2003 from The Hague to Richard Prosper in
Washington, who was at the time the American ambassador for war crimes issues,
said that McFadden, a former Irish prison warden, was the person who more than
anyone else had the most frequent contacts with Milo{evi}. McFadden said it was not
true that Milo{evi} suffered from depression but that he was unhappy because he
could not see his family, especially his wife and grandson Marko.
Attended group therapy
He refused to see a psychiatrist individually. On the other hand, he agreed to attend
with the other detainees on his floor group therapy sessions which were monitored on
screen by the guards.
“He calls his wife, Mira Markovi}, every morning. He has an extraordinary
relationship with her. Milo{evi} can manipulate a nation but he struggles to manage
his wife who, on the contrary, seemed to exert just such a pull on him”, McFadden is
quoted as saying.
SHE RESORTED TO EMOTIONS
The Commanding Officer refers to a broad range of emotions and approaches
that Mira Markovi} deployed to goad Milo{evi} to take actions.
“When he failed to heed her advice, she was not beyond telling him that bad
outcomes could have been avoided had he listened to her. Markovi} served as a
source of information, comfort, motivation, and strategy for Milo{evi} and he relied
heavily on her guidance. When Markovi} pressed Milo{evi} to do something he did
not want to do, Milo{evi} rarely pushed back directly but simply never acted on the
particular entreaty”, claimed McFadden who believed that their relationship was
central in Milo{evi}’s life.
According to McFadden, Milo{evi}’s blood pressure spike in September
caused alarm in the Tribunal and drove registry officers to consider ways in which to
reduce his stress and, as one contact put it earlier, “make him happy”. McFadden even
wrote about his proposal that the Tribunal find a way to bring Markovi} to The Hague
from Russia with immunity from arrest because the Detention Unit Commanding
Officer strongly believed that getting the two together could help keep down
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Milo{evi}’s stress and perhaps his blood pressure. He added that it could be a risk
because “she can be a very volatile person”.
“In the absence of his wife, Milo{evi} himself has had to coordinate the
various groups providing him with legal and other assistance, previously her domain.
It appears that her absence has left a substantial hole in his ability to organize the
various entities purporting to assist him. He tries to maintain “functional contacts”
with the SPS /Socialist Party of Serbia/ and the Sloboda /Freedom/ Association, but
the Belgrade crowd doesn’t get on with the internationals, a relationship that
Markovi} used to manage and coordinate”, McFadden claimed.
Surrounded by fools
McFadden says that Milo{evi} believed he was “surrounded by fools” both inside and
out of the courtroom, though he added that this was a problem of his own making, as
he had surrounded himself with “fools” throughout his career out of a fear of being
challenged by more competent and intelligent advisers.
PARTY WRANGLING
According to him, earlier Mirjana Markovi} would keep him up to date on
wrangling within the SPS and tell him who he needed to call to patch up a
misunderstanding, resolve a conflict, or provide political guidance to. In the
meantime, since spring and after the assassination of Zoran \in|i}, Milo{evi}’s
financial position worsened considerably.
“Milo{evi} most relishes the opportunity to examine witnesses of a level
higher than his own and is disdainful of lower level officials and witnesses paraded
before him by the Tribunal. The two associates who have spent much of the trial in
the chamber’s public gallery (Zdenko Tomanovi} and Dragoslav Ognjanovi}) are
messenger boys to associates in Belgrade”, claimed MCFADDEN, who knew very
little of Branko Raki}, the Belgrade lawyer and law professor who had recently been
added as a third legal associate.
Milo{evi} is said by McFadden to have had a nearly photographic memory,
saying that he had “never met a man with his memory”. He said that a “very
important” detainee, whom he did not wish to name, early in Milo{evi}’s detention
warned McFadden with a laugh that the former had a very good memory which could
“come back to bite”.
McFadden claimed that he saw no evidence of any deterioration in
MILO[EVI]’s memory or other mental capacities.
“Milo{evi} remains a narcissistic person as when he arrived in The Hague. On
the other hand, Milo{evi} is always cooperative and always accepts my decisions,
often commenting that at least he had asked”, McFadden said.
According to McFadden, Milo{evi} strongly believed in himself and that he
was “winning” in court, an attitude that reinforced his stable health at the time.
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WikiLeaks has now posted an excerpt of a diplomatic cable (marked
03THEHAGUE2835) about the health of the former president of Yugoslavia
Slobodan MILO[EVI] and on his contacts outside the Tribunal. The cable was
drafted in November 2003 in the American Embassy in The Hague and deals with
information from Tim McFadden, the Commanding Officer of the Detention Unit in
The Hague, who “more regularly and closely than nearly anybody else” met with and
spoke to Milo{evi}. McFadden was a witness to Milo{evi}’s telephone conversations,
his visits, and had insight into his medical reports following examinations. Regarding
his reliability, in the document the Americans describe him as “the best of the best”.
McFadden considered that Milo{evi}’s heart problem was serious even though it was
under control at the time. McFadden did not believe that Milo{evi} was depressed, as
was often claimed, but rather that he was unhappy because he could not see his son,
daughter, daughter-in-law, wife and grandson, “especially the latter two”. He claims
that his /Milo{evi}’s/ work on his defence before the Tribunal, preoccupied him so
much that he was not inclined to depression.
McFadden described Milo{evi}’s relationship with his wife Mirjana Markovi} as
unusual, extraordinary in fact, and said that they talked to each other over the phone
every morning. “Milo{evi} could manipulate a nation, he (McFadden) said, but, on
the contrary, she seemed to exert a strong pull on him”. It is said in the cable that, to
him, Mirjana Markovi} was a comfort, a source of information and motivation, she
assisted him in his strategy, and their relationship was central to Milo{evi}’s life.
McFadden stated that Milo{evi}’s blood pressure spike caused an alarm at the
Tribunal and that the officials considered ways in which to reduce his stress and
“make him happy”. The possibility of bringing over Mirjana Markovi} from Russia
with “some immunity” was also considered but this was impossible and, as is clearly
stated in the cable, it was risky because “she could be a very volatile person”.
That Milo{evi} was not able to coordinate contacts in Belgrade that he needed for his
defence and other assistance quite as well as his wife, who left Serbia and went to
Russia, is described in detail. Also, his financial position worsened considerably after
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the assassination of Prime Minister Zoran \in|i} (Spring 2003) so that, for some
time, he was not able to pay the airline tickets for his Belgrade advisers and,
ultimately, the SPS had to raise the money for this.
McFadden also spoke about Milo{evi}’s contacts with his legal team and claimed that
Milo{evi} believed he was “surrounded by fools”, both inside and out of the
courtroom, but he added that this was of his own making throughout his career out of
a fear of being over taken by more intelligent and more competent advisers.
McFadden called Milo{evi}’s associates Zdenko Tomanovi} and Dragoslav
Ognjanovi} “messenger boys” to unnamed associates in Belgrade. McFadden
nevertheless considered that Milo{evi} was “fond” of his associates.
McFadden noted that Milo{evi}’s medical records from the former Yugoslavia
indicated a history of high blood pressure that was difficult to control especially when
Milo{evi} was stressed or fatigued and that among the things that worried him and
caused him to be stressed were the gradual loss of attention from the media, as well as
his financial difficulties and his wife’s departure for Russia. His diastolic blood
pressure was around 120mm instead of the average 90mm and despite the high doses
of six medications it remained dangerously elevated until the trial schedule was
reduced to three days a week.
At the time the cable was written Milo{evi} was taking four medications and his last
hypertension episode had ended six weeks earlier. McFadden also claimed that there
was no evidence in Milo{evi}’s medical records that he suffered from diabetes. He
said that Milo{evi} lost five kilograms after he had arrived in The Hague and that
from then on his weight remained stable. He did not smoke much and claimed he had
no desire to do so but asked for a glass of red wine which he was refused because
alcohol is forbidden in the Detention Unit.
McFadden said he had never met a man with such a memory and that he had a
photographic memory. He was narcissistic when he arrived in The Hague. He
believed he was winning the trial before the Tribunal and that kept him going.
Milo{evi}’s day would start at 0700 hours, half an hour later he would phone his wife
and by 0800 hours he would be at the Tribunal. He would be back in the Detention
Unit at 1400 hours where he had lunch and exercised for an hour – he would walk for
a full hour “sun, rain or hail”. He would then meet with his legal advisers and read
court transcripts, and in the evening he would read a book. McFadden said he read a
lot, especially “rubbish” and potboiler thrillers like John Grisham, in the original
English. He would also listen to Frank Sinatra. He used a computer but had no
internet access and communicated by phone or had visits. All his conversations were
“monitored” except those with the members of his legal team. The other detainees
respected him.
McFadden concludes that his health stabilised when the number of days in the
courtroom per week was reduced to three days. He expected that the financial
problems would have a negative impact on his health but that, at that moment,
Milo{evi} was doing perfectly well.
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/handwritten: Ve~ernje novosti, 24 January 2011/
COMMITTEE FOR THE PROTECTION OF THE RIGHTS OF THE LEADER OF
THE RADICALS
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RUSSIANS HELPING [E[ELJ
Several weeks ago a group of Moscow deputies, writers and scientists from
established a Russian social committee for the protection of Vojislav [e{elj’s rights.
Dr Sergey Baburin, rector of the state Faculty of Economics, explained in the Duma
that the committee was established because there were concerns that what happened
to Slobodan Milo{evi} might also happen to the leader of the Radicals.
Apart from Baburin, Dejan Mirovi}, head of the SRS /Serbian Radical Party/
Foreign Policy Board, told Novosti, the other members of the Committee are the
president of the Union of Writers of Russia Valery Ganichev, the historian Jelena
Guskova, Dr Margarita Shumilina, who treated Slobodan Milo{evi}, Colonel General
Leonid Ivashov, the writer and editor of Zavtra /Tomorrow/ Alexander Prokhanov. . .
GATHERING
In less than a month, on 19 February, the Russian Committee members will come to
Belgrade to mark the eighth anniversary since [e{elj left for The Hague.
The Russians, Mirovi} said, were concerned by the fact that [e{elj has already
spent eight years in the detention of the Hague Tribunal without any judgement
having been pronounced. Our interlocutor pointed out that Russian diplomats in the
UN Security Council, primarily Vitaly Churkin, were also constantly seeking answers
from the Hague Tribunal officials about why Vojislav [e{elj’s trial is taking so long.
E.R.
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/handwritten: PRESS, 24 January 2011/
The Americans knew all along that Milo{evi} was dying!
BELGRADE – The diplomatic cable which shows that the Commanding Officer
of the Detention Unit in Scheveningen Tim McFadden was an American spy,
merely confirms the Hague Tribunal’s partiality, Milo{evi}’s friends and
associates told Press after the scandalous revelations by WikiLeaks.
- We can see from this that they knew about Milo{evi}’s state of health in The
Hague which confirms the fact that they killed him. Although Defence Counsel
provided official statistical data on how his health would deteriorate each day if he
was not operated on, they did not allow the operation in the Moscow Bakoulev
Institute to go ahead which is how they killed him, Uro{ [uvakovi}, the president of
the Sloboda /Freedom/ Association told Press.
Zdenko Tomanovi}, one of the lawyers in Milo{evi}’s defence team in The
Hague, pointed out that the leaked cable was devastating to the UN and international
judicial institutions.
Every Wife Influences Her Husband
- In addition to the many falsehoods stated by the prison warden in the cable to
the US, what is devastating is that a UN official, who is neither a psychologist nor a
lawyer but, actually, a US errand boy, blatantly violated all rights guaranteed to the
accused. McFadden monitored their conversations, psychoanalysed them, passed on
their private conversations and revealed defence strategies, which is inadmissible, said
Tomanovi}, who also considers that the confidential cable is evidence that The Hague
was well informed about Milo{evi}’s poor health.
TOMA FILA: THE CABLE IS AUTHENTIC
Toma Fila, a defence counsel for the former Serbian president Slobodan
Milo{evi}, claims that what McFadden told the American officials in the cable is
authentic.
- McFadden told me the same thing as what is in the cable. That was his
opinion and position on Milo{evi}, so authenticity is not an issue. I also know that
there were financial problems and that the counsel for the former president of Serbia
and the FRY /Federal Republic of Yugoslavia/ were paid modest fees and irregularly,
Fila claims.
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NEW
WIKILEAKS
REVELATIONS
- The cable confirms the fact that The Hague knew already in 2003 that
Milo{evi}’s health was poor and that it could not be controlled with medication, but
not only did they not do anything about it, they also continued deceiving the public by
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claiming that Milo{evi} was himself making his health worse – Tomanovi} pointed
out.
According to him, Serbia must be worried about this since “it has sent a lot of
people to this same prison”.
[uvakovi} confirmed that the former president talked to his wife Mirjana
Markovi} every day, as stated in the cable, and added that that was absolutely normal.
- Every woman influences her husband and so did Mira, said [uvakovi}.
A Spy Constantly Around Sloba
He also confirmed that the SPS /Socialist Party of Serbia/ financed
Milo{evi}’s defence in The Hague regardless of the relationship the party leadership
had with him.
- I don’t know who McFadden was referring to when he said that the “Serbian
president believed he was surrounded by fools” – [uvakovi} points out.
Milorad Vu~eli}, a former high ranking SPS official, believes that it would be
extremely valuable to listen to the recorded conversations between Milo{evi} and his
associates, wife, friends. . . .
- I went to The Hague only five times and on two of my visits McFadden was
also present. As far as I could notice he was very polite with Milo{evi}, so much so
that when he was going away for the weekend “because his son had an important
match” he asked if there was anything he could do for him before he left. For the
public it would be interesting to publish those parts in which Milo{evi} gives his
opinion on some of the protagonists in the present government. Some would certainly
be afraid of this because they would be exposed, says Vu~eli} who, like Markovi},
talked with Milo{evi} over the phone every day.
M. Kari}
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Sloba’s guard
in The Hague was
a US spy!
The Commanding Officer of the Detention Unit
Scheveningen Timothy McFadden passed on to
Americans all the details about Milo{evi}’s stay in
prison.
McFadden: He can control the nation from The Hague
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PRESS SUNDAY, 23 JANUARY 2011
WIILEAKS
REVELATIONS
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Sloba’s Guard Was an American Spy!
• The Commanding Officer of the Detention Unit in Scheveningen Timothy
McFadden gave the Americans all the details about Milo{evi}’s stay in the prison.
• McFadden: He can control the nation from The Hague but not his wife!
BELGRADE – The Commanding Officer of the Detention Unit in Scheveningen
Timothy McFadden gave American diplomats all the information about
Slobodan Milo{evi}’s stay in the Hague prison and pointed out that he was able
to control the nation in Serbia from his cell but could not control – his wife!
In the November 2003 secret cable of the American Embassy in The Hague,
now posted by WikiLeaks, it says that McFadden passed on to American diplomats all
the details on Milo{evi}’s state of health and contacts outside the Detention Unit with
persons in his legal and financial network. The cable says that McFadden often
mentioned the former president’s wife because their marriage was the “central
relationship in his life” and because “she coordinated all his contacts”.
He Did Not Suffer from Diabetes
– He called his wife Mirjana every morning. Milo{evi} could manipulate a
nation but he struggled to manage his wife who, obviously, exerted a huge pull on
him. Mira goaded him to take particular action. When he failed to heed her advice,
she was not beyond telling him that bad outcomes could have been avoided had he
listened to her. Markovi} served as a source of information, motivation, and strategy
and he relied heavily on her guidance. When she pressed him to do something he did
not want to do, he rarely pushed back directly but simply never acted on the particular
entreaty – it is said in the American Embassy report.
According to the cable, McFadden warned the Americans of Milo{evi}’s risky
state of health that was additionally burden by the stressful situations he was exposed
to during hearings. But, he said that, despite some claims, Milo{evi} did not suffer
from diabetes or depression. McFadden claimed that not being able to see his son,
daughter, daughter-in-law, wife and grandson caused him “substantial unhappiness”
but that the job he was preoccupied with left little room for depression. McFadden
even suggested to the Tribunal to have Milo{evi} and Mira Markovi} meet, while
guaranteeing her immunity from arrest, since he was deeply convinced that that would
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keep down Milo{evi}’s stress level and perhaps his blood pressure. He added,
however, that that would be a risk because “she can be a very volatile person”.
- In her absence, Milo{evi} had to coordinate himself the various groups
providing him with legal and other assistance. It appears that her absence left a hole in
his ability to organise his people. Markovi} maintained contact with the SPS and told
him who he had to call in order to have control and resolve the conflicts in the party –
McFadden told American diplomats.
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“He calls his wife every morning and he relied heavily on her
guidance”, TIMOTHY MCFADDEN
He also reported that in the spring of 2003, after Zoran \in|i}’s assassination,
Milo{evi}’s financial situation worsened considerably, that he had difficulties paying
the airline tickets of his legal advisers and that the situation became so bad that the
SPS was forced to raise money on his behalf. The Commanding Officer also spoke
about Milo{evi}’s relationship with the so-called friends of the court whom Milo{evi}
respected and his advisers from Belgrade about whom, according to McFadden, the
former president of Serbia said he was “surrounded by fools”.
/p. 18/
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In a cable sent to the State Department, the Commanding Officer of the
Detention Unit in The Hague Timothy McFadden is said to have been the person who
most regularly contacted Milo{evi} and who controlled his telephone calls, visits and
contacts with other detainees.
It is said in the cable that “throughout the one-hour discussion McFadden left
the impression of being fully aware of all the details of Milo{evi}’s detention” and
that “Milo{evi} remains a private man who does not generally share his thoughts”.
McFadden, an Irishman who worked in prisons with IRA terrorists during the
seventies, told the American diplomats that, compared to his previous experience
those accused for war crimes in the former Yugoslavia were “pussycats”.
They Were Interested in Mira’s Power
Zoran DRAGI[I], a professor at the Faculty of Security, told Press that
passing on the information to the American Embassy was “terrible and inadmissible”
abuse but that it should be of no surprise that the Americans were most interested in
Sloba’s relationship with his wife.
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It was important to the Americans to understand her real power particularly
bearing in mind that in Serbia, at the time, there were no democratic institutions
which took decisions and that the only important thing was what Milo{evi} said,
concluded Dragi{i}.
V. Miladinovi}
/Handwritten: Press 23 January 2011/
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pritiskala da uradi neSto
Sto on nije hteo da uradi, MiloSeviCjoj se retko
direktno suprotstavljao,
ali nije reagovao ni na
njena preklinjanja - kaie
Mekfejden koji srnatra
da je njihov odnos centralna tatka MiloSeviCevog iivota.
Prerna njegovim
retima, visoki pritisak
koji je MiloSeviC ilnao
u septembru izazvao je
uzbunu u Tkibunalu, i
naterao zapisnizare da
razmotre natine kako
da mu se,smanji stres,
kao Sto je jedan kontakt
ranije rekao, kako ,,da
ga usreCe9'.Mekfejdeil
je tak pisao i o svom
predlogu da Pibunal
pronade natin da dovede MarkoviCevu iz
Sajt Vikiliks objavio je
Rusije u Hag sa imudepeSu Ambasade SAD u
nitetom od hapSenja,
Hagu, prestonici Holandije,
Mirjana Markovit sa Slobodanom MiloSevitem svakoga iutra
jer je upravnik zatvora
u kojem su izneti detalji o borazgovarala telefonom
bio Cvrsto ubeden da
ravku Slobodana MiloSeviia
bi, ukoliko bi se njih
u haSkonl pritvoru iz 2003.
- On svakog jutra zove dvoje sastali, to pomoglo da
godine, koje je ameritkim di- ru, tadainjein ameritkom
plomatama izneo Tiin Mek- ambasadoru za pitanja rat- suprugu Miru MarkoviC, sa se MiloSeviCu smanji stres, a
i
On je
fejden, Irac kojije bio na Celu nih zlotina, navedeno je da kojoh ima neobitan odnos. moida i h ~pritisak.
pritvorske jedinice u Sheve- je Mekfejden, nekadaSnji MiloSeviC inoie da manipuli- dodao i da bi i to bilo rizitno,
ningenu. Mekfejden istiCe upravnik zatvora u Irskoj, Se nacijom, ali teSko upravlja jer ,,om moie biti vrlo nestada je MiloSevii manipulisao osoba koja CeSCe od bilo kog ienom koja, naprotiv, izgleda bilna osoba".
nacijom na isti natin na koji drugog ima kontakta sa Milo- da upravo ima takvu rn& nad
- U odsustvu supruge,
MiloSeviC je sam morao da
je dime upravljala supniga SeviCem. Mekfejden je kazao njim - citira se Mekfejden.
Mira Markovid, koju je zvao da nije tatno da je MiloSeviC
koordinira razne gmpe koje
KORlSnlA EMOClJE
oboleo od depresije, ali da ga
telefonom svakog jutn.
su mu pruiale pravnu i druUpravilik se omCe na Si- gu pomoC, Sto je ranije bilo
U depeSi koja je iz Haga u uilesreCuje to Sto ne moie
VaSingtoil u decembru 2003. da vidi porodicu, a posebno rok raspon emocija i pristupa njeno zaduienje. Izgleda da
koje je Mira MarkoviC kori- je njeno odsustvo znatno
upuCena RiCardu Prospe- suprugu i unuka Marka.
stila da podstakne MiloSe- oslabilo njegovu sposobnost
viCa na akciju.
da organizuje razliEita tela
- Kada ne bi posluiao njen koja je trebalo da mu pruiaju
savet, nije se ustrutavala pomoC. On je pokuSavao
da mu kaie da su se lose da odrii ,,funkcionalniin
Odbijao je da nasamo razgovara sa psihijatrom.
posledice mogle izbeii da kontaktiina" sa SPS-om i
Prihvatio je, sa druge strane, do utestvuie u grupnim
seansama sa ostalim zatvorenicirna na njegovom
ju je sluSao. Markovieevajc Udruieiljein ,,Sloboda", ali
5 s1ui;ila kao izvor in£oi-~nacija, beogradsko druStvo nema
spratu, Sto su Cuvari posmotrali na monitoru.
utehe, inotivacije i Strategije, . dobre odnose sa inedunai on se prepuStao da ga ona -odnom zajednicom, Sto je
Miloievic
moie da
manipuliSe
nacijom,
ali teSko
upravlja
svojom
ienom,
navodi Tim
Mekfejden,
a prenosi
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i, ' njegovog i prqzira? ;jeG'nZe
tinovnike i*svedoke;koji su
prodefilovali prednjim bd
strane sudai Dva saradnika
koja su provefa SeCinu s,udenja u javnoj galqiji sudnice (Zdenko Tbrnanovit i
Dragoslav OgnjanoviC) bili
su prenoqiocipoiukii do sar a d n k u Beogradu navpdi
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malo o Br*
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pamknja ili drugh mentar
nih sposobnosti.
- MiloSeviiC je i dalje narscisoidna liEnostZkho kad je
sfigao u Hag. S drugehstrme,
MiloSeviC je bio kooperativan i uvek je prihvatao moje
odluke, Cesto komentariiuii
da je bar pitao - navodi Mekfejden.
Prema njegovim retima,
Miloge* je sn$nu verovao
u sebe, kao i da ,,pobeduje"
u sudr$ci, Sto je stav koji je
uticio da se njekovo trenutno
stabilno zdravstveno stanje
osnaii.
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Vikiliks: MiloSeviCevi haSki dani
mv.
Vikiliks upravo je objavio deo diplomatske depeSe (sa oznakom 03THEHAGUE2835) o zdravlju nekadaSnjeg
predsednika Jugoslavije Slobodana MiloSevica, kao i njegovim kontaktima van tribunala. DepeSa je napisana
novembra 2003. u AmeriCkoj ambasadi u Hagu, i poziva se na podatke Tima Mekfadena, naCelnika pritvorske
jedinice HaSkog tribunala koji je vidao MiloSevica i razgovarao sa njim "EeSce i bliskije od gotovo bilo koga drugog".
Mekfeden je, inaCe bio svedok telefonskih razgovora MiloSevica, poseta, i imao je uvid u lekarske izveStaje nakon
pregleda. Amerikanci ga u dokumentu opisuju, Sto se pouzdanosti tiCe, kao "najbolji od najboljih"
Mekfeden je smatrao da je MiloSeviCev zdravstveni problem sa srcem ozbiljan, iako je za u tom trenutku bio pod
kontrolom. Mekfeden ne smatra da je MiloSevic bio depresivan, kao se to eesto navodilo, vec vise nesrecan jer nije
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bio u mogucnosti da vidi sina, cerku, snaju, suprugu i unuka. "posebno poslednje dvoje" On navodi da ga je posao.
tj. odbrana pred sudom toliko okupirala da nije bio sklon depresiji.
Vezu MiloSevica sa suprugom Mirjanom Markovic Mekfeden je opisao kao neobiCnu, od nosno izvanrednu,
navodeci da su se Culi telefonom svakog jutra. "Milosevic je mogao da manipulise nacijom, rekao je (Mekfeden), ali
nasuprot tome, ona je uspevala da izvrSi veliki pritisak na njega". Mirjana Markovic mu je bila, navodi se u depesi,
uteha, izvor informacija, motivacija, pomoc u strategiji, a njihova veza bila je centar Milosevicevog iivota.
Mekfeden je naveo da je skakanje Milosevicevog pritiska izazvalo alarm u tribunalu i da su sluibenici smisljali
natine da smanje njegov stres i da ga "uCine srecnim". Cak se i razmatrala mogucnost da dovedu Mirjanu
Markovic iz Rusije sa "nekakvim imunitetom", ali je to bilo nemoguce, a i, kako se navodi u depesi, bilo je riziCno jer
"ona m o i e biti veoma nestabilna osoba".
Navodi se opsirno i da MiloSeviC nije uspevao jednako dobro kao njegova supruga koja je iz Srbije otisla u Rusiju,
da vodi kontakte u Beogradu potrebne za odbranu i drugu pomoc. Takode, njegova finansijska situacija naglo se
pogorSala od ubistva premijera Zorana Oindica (proleca 2003), te jedno vreme nije mogao da placa avionske karte
za njegove savetnike iz Beograda, i na kraju je SPS bio primoran da skupi novac u te svrhe.
Mekfeden je govorio i o MiloSevicevim kontaktima sa njegovim pravnitkim timom, navodeci da je Milosevic smatrao
cla je "okruien budalama", i u sudnici i van nje, ali je dodao i da je tome sam doprineo tokom karijere iz straha da
ce ga preteci pametniji i kompetentniji savetnici.
Mekfeden je Miloseviceve saradnike Zdenka Tomanovica i Dragoslava Ognjanovica nazivao "momcima koji nose
postu" neimenovanim saradnicima u Beogradu. Ipak, Mekfeden je smatrao da su Milosevicu njegovi saradnici bili
"drag i".
Mekfeden je naveo i da stara dokunie~itacijao zdravstvenom stanju Milosevica iz vremena bivse Jugoslavije
pokazuje istoriju visokog pritiska koji je teSko kontrolisan, naroCito ako je MiloSevic bio pod stresom ili urnoran, a
medu stvarirna koje su ga brinule i izazivale stres navodi se i postepeni gubitak medijske painje, kao i finansijski
problerrri i odlazak supruge u Rusiju. Donji (dijastolitki) pritisak bio mu je oko 120 umesto proseCr~ih90 mm, ali
uprkos visokim dozama Sest lekova, ostao je opasno podignut sve dok rrije raspored sudel-~japroreden na do tri
dana u nedelji.
U trenutku pisar~jadepeSe MiloSevic je uzimao Cetiri leka, a posledr~juepizodu sa visokim pritiskom imao je Sest
nedelja ranije. Mekfeden je takode naveo da nema dokaza u MiloSevicevom kartonu da je imao problema sa
poviSenim Secerom. On je rekao da je Milosevic smrSao 5 kilograrna kada je dosao u Hag, ali da je nakon toga
rrjegova teiina ostala stabilna. Nije n-lnogo puSio, a govorio je i da ne oseca i e l j u da puSi, sanio je traiio Casu
crnog vina, ali je nije dobio jer je alkohol zabranjeli u pritvorskoj jedinici.
Mekfeden je rekao i da nikada nije sreo Coveka sa takvom memorijom, te da je imao fotografsko pamcenje. Bio je
narcis kada je stigao u Hag. Verovao je da pobeduje u procesu pred sudom, i da to ga je odriavalo.
MiloSevicu je dan potinjao 117 Casova, pola sata kasnije pozvao bi suprugu telefonom, a u 8 sati bi bio u s ~ ~ dUu .
dva Casa popodne se vracao u pritvor gde je imao rutak i jednoCasovne veibe - hodao je svih sat vremena, bilo
da je "sunce, kiSa ili grad". Onda bi se vidao sa savetnicima i Citao sudske transkripte, a uveCe knj~gu.Mekfeden
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k a i e da je Citao dosta i to "gluposti" i Sund trilera kao Sto su knjige D i o n a GriSama, i to na engleskom. SluSao bi i
Frenka Sinatru. Koristio je raCunar ali bez interneta, a komunicirao je telefonom ili primao posete. Svi razgovori su
"nadgledani", osim sa Clanovima pravnog tima. Ostali zatvorenici su ga cenili.
Mekfeden zakljuCuje da mu je zdravlje stabilizovano od kada je smanjen broj dana
11sudnici
nedeljno na tri
OCekuje da ce finansijski problemi negativno da utiCu u ubuducnosti na njegovo zdravlje, ali da je Milosevic za
sada sasvim dobro.
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Amerikanci su sve vreme .
znali da MiloSeviC umire!
BEOGRAD - Diplomatska depela iz
koje se vidi d a je lef pritvorske jedinice u Sheveningenu Tim Mekfaden
bio arnerizki ipijun, samo dokazuje
koliko je pristrasan Haiki tribunal,
kaiu za Press MiloieviCevi prijatelji
i saradnici, posle skandaloznog otkriCa Vikiliksa.
- Iz ovoga vidimo da su u Hagu
znali za MiloSevikevo zdravstveno
stanje, Sto potvrduje Einjenicu da su
ga i ubili. Iako je odbrana dostavila
zvaniEne statistiEke podatke o tome
kako Ce se njegovo zdravlje pogorSavati iz dana u dan ukoliko ne bude
operisan, nisu mu dozvolili intervenciju u moskovskom institutu
,,BakuljevUi tako su ga likvidirali - tvrdi za Press UroS
Suvakovi~, predsednik
Udrufenja ,,Sloboda".
Zdenko TomanoviC,jedan-od advokata iz tima
branilaca' MiloSeviCa u
Hagu, lstiEe da je obelodanjena depeSa porafavajuCa
stvar i za UN i za medunarodne pravosudne institucije.
Svaka feha u t i b na mu%
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cnpurao " H o B o c ~ n ~ aAe"
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- I pored brojnih neistina koje navodi upravnik zatvora u depeSi SADu, jako je poraiavaju6e to Sto je neko
ko je slu2benik UN, a ko nije ni psiholog, ni psihijatar, ni pravnik vet zapravo potrEko SAD, na najgrublji naEin
naruSavao sva prava koja su garantovana optufenicima. Mekfaden ih je
prisluikivao, bavio se psihoanalizama, prenosio njihove privatne razgovore i otkrivao strategije odbrane, Sto
je nedopustivo - ka2ei'ornanovik koji takode smatra da tajna depeSa
predstavlja dokaz da su o loSem zdravstvenom stanju MiloSevika u Hagu
bili dobro obavegteni.
- DepeSom se potvrduje da je Hag
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kontrolisati lekovima, a ne
samo Sto niSta nisu preduzeli,
vet su i obmanjivali javnost tvi-dniama da MiloSevit Sam pogorSava
svoje zdravlje - naglasava ~bmanovik.
Prema njegovim refima, Srbiju ovo
mora da zabrine jer je ,,utaj isti zatvor
poslala veliki broj ljudi".
Da se bivSi predsednik svakoga dana Euo sa svojom suprugom Mirjanom MarkoviC, kako stoji i u depegi,
pomdio nam je Suvakovic?i dodao da
je to potpuno normalno.
- Svaka iena utiEe na mufa pa je tako i Mira uticala na Slobodana - kaie
Suvakovic.
gpijun bio stalno oko Slobe
On je joS potvrdio da je SPS finansirala MiloSevieevu odbranu u Hagu,
bez obzira na to u kakvim je odnosima rukovodstvo stranke bilo sa njim.
- Ne znam na kona ie Mekfaden mi-
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kim diplomatama sve podatke o Evrsto oslanjao na njena uputstva,
boravku Slobodana MiloSeviCa u Kada bi ga pritiskala da uEini nehalkom zatvoru, naglaSavajuCi Sto Sto ne ieli, on joj se retko direda je on iz Celije mogao da kon- ktno suprotstavljao, veC samo ne
troliSe naciju u Srbiji, ali nije mo- bi uradio to Sto mu je rekla - piSe u
izveStaju ameritke ambasade.
gao da kontrolile - svoju genu!
Kako piSe u depeli, Mekfaden je
U tajnoj depeSi ameriEke amba- upozoravao Amerikance na riziEsade u Hagu iz novembra 2003. go- no zdravstveno stanje MiloSeviCa
dine koju je sada objavio Viliks, koje je dodatno ugroieno strepiSe daje Mekfaden dostavio arne- , snim.situacijama kojima se izlaritkim diplomatama sve detalje gao tokom sudenja, ali je naveo da
MiloSevitevogzdravstvenogstanja uprkos nekim tvrdnjama MiloSei svih kontakata sa ljudimavan pri- vie nije bolovao od dijabeiesa i
Nora sa kojima je odriavao svoju depresije. Mekfaden je tvrdio i da
; . pravnu i finansijsku mrefu. U dega je nemogutnost da vidi sina,
peSi piSe da je Mekfaden Eesto isti- kerku, snaju, ienu i unuka Cinila
cao suprugu bivSeg predsednika, ,,veoma nesretnim", ali da posao
jer je njil~ovbrakbio ,,centralni od- kojim je bio zaokupljen nije ostanos u njegovom iivotu" i jer je ,,ona vljao mesta da se prepusti deprekoordinisala sve njegove veze".
siji. Mekfaden je Tribunalu Eak
predlagao da se omoguti susret
Nije bolovao od dljabetesa? ,MiloSevi6a.i Mire Markojoj
- Zvao je svoju suprugu Mirjanu biti garantovan imunisvakog jutra. MiloleviC je mogao tet od hap$enja poSto
da manipuliSe nacijom, ali se bo- je duboko verovao da
rio da kontroliSe svoju Zenu, koja bi to smirilo MiloSevije otigledno imala veliki uticaj na 'Cevstr6s i moida uti' njega. Mira ga je nagovarala da
calo npsmanjepreuzima odredene akcije. Kada je nje njegovog krne bi posluSao, ona bi mu spoEita- vnogpritiska. On
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gruparna koje su mu pruiale pravnu i druge vrste pomoti. Ispostavilo se da je njeno odsustvo ostavilo
rupuu njegovim sposobnostirnada .
organizuje svoje ljude. MarkoviCeva je odriavala kontakte sa SPS-om
i govorila mu koga treba da zove da
bi driao stvar pod kontrolom i re30
konflikte u stranci - rekao je ameriEkirn diplomatama MeHaden.
On je izvestio i da se u proleCe
2003, posle ubistva Zorana Dindita, MiloSeviCeva finansijska situacija znatno pogorSala i da je irnao
problem da plati avionske karte
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treba da Eudi da su Amerikanci
najviSe bili zainteresovaniazaSlo-,
bin odnos sa suprugom.
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razumeju kolika je njena realna
mod, pogotovo irnajuti u vidu da
u Srbiji u to vreme nisu postojale
demokratske institucije koje su
donosile odluke, veC je bilo vaino
samo ono Sto kafe MiloSevii: - zakljuCuje Dragisid. V. MILADINOVIC
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