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and the question of free speech, freedom of thought, and free media in Europe
J. Jovic, Croatian newspaperman, arrested in October 2005
UN Attempts to Silence Journalists Falters
By Brian Gallagher 26 June 2006
There has been high drama at the UN's International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) regarding its efforts to prosecute Croatian journalists. The contempt charges are for supposedly revealing the identity of a protected witness, Stipe Mesic, now President of Croatia. Charges have been dropped against 3 of the 4 journalists concerned and Chief Prosecutor Carla Del Ponte has faced public criticism from a judge on the matter. Most importantly, the charges against Josip Jovic, the remaining journalist being charged have no validity given that the Tribunal allowed others to publish the identity of President Mesic before he did.
Josip Jovic is charged with publishing in 2000 President Mesic's identity and parts of his testimony in the ICTY Blaskic trial, contradicting an order made on 6 June 1997. Bizarrely, the UN prosecutors only bothered to charge him some 5 years later.
In the 10 March 2006 judgement of a previous contempt trial, that of Ivica Marijacic and Markica Rebic, the judges, in discussing what constitutes contempt in relation to disclosure information stated that "The word disclosure is here to be understood in its literal sense, being the revelation of something that was previously confidential." - para 17.
Was the information Jovic disclosed "previously confidential"? No, it was not.
The very order of 6 June 1997 which Jovic supposedly breached was - ludicrously - published on the internet by the ICTY itself. The document named Stipe Mesic as a witness in the Blaskic trial. The ICTY itself therefore revealed to the whole world the identity of the witness. And left it there ever since. That information was no longer confidential. Therefore, in revealing Mesic's identity, Jovic committed no contempt of court .
As a side note, it was worth mentioning that the order of 6 June 1997 arose because some Croatian media had already revealed details about Mesic's involvement in the Blaskic trial.
Furthermore, other media had reported on Mesic's identity and testimony prior to Jovic's publishing the information, and were not sanctioned for it. Some of the more interesting examples follow.
After the 6 June 1997 decision, the London based Institute of War and Peace Reporting promptly revealed Mesic's name in its June 9-14 June 1997 edition of Tribunal Update; it remained on its website for all to see. See it here: http://www.iwpr.net/?p=tri&s=f&o=180553&apc_state=henitri1997
The IWPR named Mesic again in its Tribunal Update of 7-11 February 2000. See it here:
The article discusses Mesic being elected as Croatian President, quoting Deputy Prosecutor Graham Blewitt at a press conference, stating that:
"Mesic testified as a prosecution witness in May 1998 during the trial of Blaskic and Dokmanovic. At that time Blewitt said, "he indicated he was prepared to do everything he could to assist our work, because he believed it was essential in bringing long-term peace to the region.""
The report states that Blewitt was speaking at a news conference at the Hague (home of the ICTY). On the face of it, it seems as if Blewitt was himself mentioning Mesic's appearance at the Blaskic trial to journalists. Josip Jovic and his lawyer would do well to raise this at the trial, to demand clarification of Blewitt's comments - it may be critical to the verdict.
Quite clearly, the ICTY were unconcerned about the disclosure of Mesic's identity, seemingly allowing IWPR - who are well known to the ICTY - to keep the information on its website. It is also worth pointing out that Andras Riedlmayer, an expert witness for the UN prosecutors posted that report on the JUSTWATCH website. See it here:
According to Reporters without Borders, the Serbian organisation 'Veritas', which helps the ICTY in its prosecution of Croat war crimes suspects, published Mesic's identity and testimony in 1999. Did the ICTY take action? No. In fact, in 2000 the ICTY prosecutors issued them with a Letter of Endorsement. See here: http://www.veritas.org.yu/srpski/mksj.htm
These examples are significant as they refer to Mesic's identity and testimony being published by people well known to the ICTY. Not only was the information about Mesic and his testimony made public, it was done by those the ICTY work with or respect.
It is then quite ludicrous to suggest that Jovic committed contempt of court, given that the information was no longer confidential and in fact been put in the public domain by the ICTY themselves and those known to it - and no action had been taken. By the time Jovic had published the information, it could be considered old news.
But, unlike those mentioned above, Jovic is a strong critic of the ICTY - this is the real reason he is being prosecuted.
Jovic was issued with a 'cease and desist' notice dated 1 December 2000 by the ICTY. But, as the judges point out in the Marijacic/Rebic case this amounted to no more than re-entrenchment of previous statements such as the 6 June 1997 order and was nothing new. As mentioned above, the information was no longer confidential due to the action and inaction of the ICTY, making the 1 December 2000 order effectively meaningless - Jovic committed no contempt..
Since Jovic published the information about Mesic, there has been an avalanche of such information. Mesic admitted he was the witness on national television. Countless journalists mentioned it, IWPR mentioned it again on several occasions. The ICTY made no move to stop any of this. Again, this shows they were not concerned for many years.
So it was bizarre when, in 2005, Carla Del Ponte indicted three Croat journalists for revealing Mesic's identity and testimony in 2004 - when it was rather old news. Then, a few months later, she even more bizarrely indicted Jovic for revealing the information in 2000 - five years later.
Like Jovic, the other three journalists are strong critics of Del Ponte and the ICTY.
No doubt Del Ponte and her staff thought these guys would be pushovers - that they would plead guilty, beg forgiveness, make nationalist speeches etc. This didn't happen. One of the journalist, Domagoj Margetic, went on the offensive, speaking to journalists and press freedom groups such as Reporters without Borders and gaining international support.
In a submission to the court, Margetic made it clear that he would present proof of how often Mesic's testimony and identity had been revealed prior to the dates Margetic publishing them.
Del Ponte was staring was staring total humiliation in the face - there was criticism of the ICTY already because of these indictments. Having Magetic play Mesic's admission to the Croatian media that he was the witness would have crushed her authority, make her look a fool and show that this was a political prosecution to silence criticism.
The judges irritated Del Ponte by separating Jovic from the other 3 defendants. Jovic would be tried separately
Del Ponte dropped the indictments against Margetic and his two co-defendants. Margetic - who defended himself - had defeated Del Ponte and got off his two colleagues into the bargain.
A clearly bitter and humiliated Del Ponte claimed that dropping the charges was to save the ICTY's resources - a piece of nonsensical spin to obscure the fact she had no case. She no doubt thinks that Jovic is a much easier target, no doubt related to the fact he is charged with actions committed in 2000. But as shown above, she still has no case.
Indeed, one of the Judges, Judge Bonomy when confirming the dropping of charges on 20 June, took the extraordinary step of severely criticising Del Ponte. He pointed out that by dropping the charges, no resources had been saved, given that they had already been allocated and would not now be used for any other purpose. "It is an empty gesture" he damningly stated. He clearly did not believe a word she said.
He also had some comments on on the forthcoming Jovic hearing that certain matters need to be clarified to ensure justice is done, "... it may be of some importance to explain in the course of the trial why he was not indicted until 2004 for conduct in 2000, and why indeed he was not indicted until several months after the indictment of �e�elj and Margetic."
Clearly, Jovic has a chance to repudiate the charges against him. By demonstrating how others revealed the information on Mesic before him, including the ICTY itself, and so many others since he did, which the ICTY had no problem with, he can show the public that he is innocent and the iniquity of the charges against him. How can the ICTY convict someone of revealing something it effectively allowed to be placed in the public domain?
Lets us hope the judges throw this absurd case out.
Previous articles on this matter can be found at www.croatiafocus.com
� Brian Gallagher
UN COURT TRIES TO SILENCE JOURNALISTS
by Brian Gallagher, croatiafocus.com
The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) has indicted a number of Croatian journalists for revealing the identity and testimony in 2004 of a protected witness of the ICTY. They face prison or a fine. However, the identity and testimony of this witness has been made public plenty of times previously not only by journalists but by the witness himself - and the ICTY. The journalists indicted, however, are critics of the ICTY. Journalists who are less critical of the ICTY have not been indicted for revealing the identity of the witness. Clearly, this is the real reason for the indictment - to silence them and intimidate others.
The ICTY has had, for eight years now, the identity of the witness on it�s website. His identity was revealed before he had made his testimony at the ICTY in relation to the case of General Tihomir Blaskic. At this stage, as the document states, the witness was not entitled to protection - the decision to protect him came later. Nonetheless, the ICTY has had this document public - and thus revealing his identity to the world - for eight years on their website.
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UN PROSECUTOR'S DOUBLE STANDARDS
by Brian Gallagher, croatiafocus.com
More information has arisen regarding the case of the Croatian journalists who have been indicted by UN prosecutors for disclosing the identity and testimony of a protected witness in the Blaskic case. (See also UN Court Tries To Silence Journalists)
It transpires that the London based Institute of War and Peace Reporting has repeatedly disclosed the identity of the witness; shamefully not mentioned in their recent reports on the journalists. It is known that a 1997 decision relating to the witness has been on the ICTY website for eight years, identifying the witness. See it here
In relation to reporting to that decision, IWPR [Institute for War and Peace Reporting] mentioned the name in their Tribunal Update 32 of June 9-14, 1997. See it here
In regard to that particular affair, the ICTY also named the witness in their summary of a press briefing in 2003 on their own website. See it here (last paragraph)
The IWPR directly named the individual as a witness in the Blaskic case in its Tribunal Update of 7-11 February 2000. This is of considerable importance as IWPR named the witness before any of the dates mentioned in the indictments. Most of the indictments relate to 2004. However, the indictment against Josip Jovic is for dates in 2000, the earliest being 27 November. The IWPR disclosure comes some months prior to that. See it here
Journalists are entitled to be pro ICTY. However, that does not mean the ICTY should consider them above the law. Why should these Croatian journalists face criminal charges and the strain and stress that must create in their lives, whilst IWPR and its journalists do not have to face that - despite naming the witness prior to the dates of the mentioned in the indictments of the Croats?
It is clear double standards, and the ICTY is operating on a political basis; those that criticise it face prosecution for repeating the name of a protected witness, but those uncritical or even supportive of the ICTY can do the same thing with impunity.
And what of IWPR? Their latest reports on the situation shamefully fail to mention that they themselves named the witness repeatedly. What kind of journalism is that? IWPR�s readers are fully entitled to that information - yet it was denied to them. Given that the taxpayer helps pay their wages, it is all the more appalling. IWPR�s silence is a disgrace.
Of course, given that the witness himself has admitted for years that he was a witness, the whole issue is ridiculous. But that has not stopped the UN prosecutors, led by the much criticised Carla del Ponte, whose double standards will no doubt be revealed in excruciating detail by the defendants.
The trial will be very interesting indeed.
� Brian Gallagher, see more at croatiafocus.com
LIBERTÉ DE LA PRESSE Freedom of the press / Libertad de la Prensa
Un journaliste arret� chez lui a la demande du Tribunal p�nal international
� Nous d�plorons cette arrestation soudaine de Josip Jovic par la justice croate, a la suite d�un mandat d�arret du TPIY, qui para�t disproportionn�e par rapport a ce qui lui est reproch� et qui constitue un dangereux pr�c�dent. Compte tenu du mandat du tribunal de La Haye, dont la mission consiste a juger les crimes internationaux les plus graves, il est surprenant qu�une de ses d�cisions d�bouche sur l�arrestation d�un journaliste qui, s�il est vrai qu�il n�a pas respect� la loi, n�a pas pour autant commis de crime de sang. Il en est de meme pour les quatre autres journalistes croates �galement accus�s d�outrage a la cour. Consid�rant que le journaliste ne repr�sente pas un danger pour la Croatie et le TPIY, Reporters sans frontieres demande la lib�ration sous caution de Josip Jovic �, a d�clar� Reporters sans frontieres.
Josip Jovic, r�dacteur en chef du quotidien Slobodna Dalmacija, a �t� arret� le 6 octobre 2005, vers 17h, alors qu�il donnait une interview a son domicile de Split.
... LIBERTÉ DE LA PRESSE ...
[in Croatian] Pismo biskupa Mile Bogovica:
podr�ka Josipu Jovicu i drugim optu�enim novinarima
JOURNALISTS CAN'T BE BLAMED FOR SOMEONE'S ELSE MISTAKES!
We consider the recent apprehension and the arrest of the Croatian journalist Mr. Josip Jovic, who released and published the names of protected witnesses of the ICTY an extremely discriminatory act against Croatia and its people. We would like to explain to Ms Carla del Ponte that in Croatia there are laws stipulating free speech, freedom of thought and the free media. In case she ignores that, she might better have a look at the similar legislation of her country.
The very fact that journalists can find out the name of the protected witness, means that this same witness is not protected at all! The responsibility for this should not be borne by some "folks of the pen," but rather by the organizational structure of the irresponsible Tribunal itself! Therefore,