In August 1992, millions of people were shocked to see
photographs of a supposed Bosnian Serb death camp.
You may recall
those pictures. Taken by the British news
station, ITN, they focused on Fikret Alic, the
emaciated-looking man on the left. The mass media
broadcast these pictures as supposed "proof" that Alic and the
others were imprisoned behind barbed wire in a
death camp for Muslims run by the Bosnian Serbs.
President Bush, Sr. claimed the pictures proved
that harsh measures were
needed against the Bosnian Serbs.
But these men were *not* imprisoned behind barbed
wire. The ITN film crew were filming from inside a fenced-in
area used to store building materials. By filming through the
fence (composed of chicken wire with a few strands of barbed
wire on top) ITN created the impression of a concentration camp.
In fact this was a refugee
center, as one of the refugees tries to explain to ITN reporter
Using footage shot by a Serbian TV crew
that accompanied ITN in Bosnia, the Emperor's Clothes film
the Serbian "death camp" story was a lie. It
shows that the people in the picture,
reproduced above. were chatting and joking
with the ITN film crew. Then it demonstrates, step by step, how
the phony death camp pictures were created.
The "death camp" lie was used to
demonize the Serbs and justify devastating economic sanctions
against the Serbs, and NATO military intervention - including
massive bombing - in Yugoslavia.
Get a copy of
'Judgment!' If after viewing the film you don't
think we proved our case, return the film and we
will refund your money.
If we are
wrong, you lose nothing. But if we are telling
the truth - and we *are* telling the truth - then
the media carried out a massive campaign of lies
to justify the destruction of multiethnic Yugoslavia.
'Judgement!' is based on
footage shot by Serbian TV and edited by Mihajlo and Petar Ilic
of Ilke Productions, who have graciously permitted Emperor's
Clothes to use their work to produce this film for an English-speaking