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Friday, May 26, 2006



Dear Damien Whyte,
Regarding you recent reply that, while not in any way disputing the accusations, you wished to know specific dates on which the BBC have deliberately engaged in racist censorship for the purpose of assisting friends engaged in genocide may bring this relating to the Dragodan Massacre to your attention:

From 'Blic,' Belgrade, Yugoslavia
August 22, 2000

UNMIK sends invitations to families of disappeared Serbs
160 bodies found in Pristina

PRISTINA - In the Pristina suburb of Dragodan 160 bodies have been found which are suspected to be victims of Albanian terrorists during the past year, since the deployment of UNMIK and KFOR, Blic has learned from members of families of kidnapped and missing Serbs and Romanies who received invitations to identify the discovered bodies. Vesna Mulici identified the body of her husband, Ramo Mulici, whose body was among those exhumed at Dragodan.

"I saw many identity cards with the names of Serbs and photographs while I was attempting to identify the belongings of my husband," she told Blic. At UNMIK headquarters no one wished to either confirm or deny this information but a invitation was repeated for relatives and friends of the missing and kidnapped to come to Pristina and help the Committee for Missing and Disappeared Persons to identify 159 more bodies found at Dragodan.Strong KFOR forces until recently secured this gravesite and prevented uncontrolled entry to the Dragodan cemetery.

Translated by S. Lazovic (August 21, 2000)


Subsequently at least 210 bodies have been recovered making this genocide, undertaken within the UK occupation zone & thus under UK government authority, less than but comparable to My Lai yet has been, presumably deliberately, censored from all BBC news. reporting.

If we accept that the BBC's combination of competence & resources is not less than that of Emperor's Clothes, admittedly a high standard, the BBC were aware of this act of genocide by at least 22nd August 2000. In which case its non-appearance on that night's evening news was deliberate racist censorship. Since it was not reported then it remained news the following day & on each successive day thereafter. Indeed the fact that it was censored is itself a major legitimate news story which has obviously also been censored, in the Nazi cause, by the BBC for the succeeding 5 years & 9 months.

Obviously there is equal day by day evidence that the BBC have lied &/or censored over all the other items (Srebrenica massacre, Krajina, Fikret Abdic, KLA genocide etc) & numerous others, which still represent the very highest stands of integrity to which the BBC aspire but I think answering the specific accusation here will be enough for you immediately.

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