Darko Trifunovic - Srebrenica Genocide Denier & "Terrorism Expert"

Blog about Darko Trifunovic, self-proclaimed Serbian "terrorism expert", falsifier of history, former identity theft criminal, and Srebrenica genocide denier.

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I started this blog under the nickname "Richard" because I am sick and tired of Darko Trifunovic's attempts to censor and silence individuals and journalists who criticize him. Nobody is going to silence my freedom of speech. Freedom of speech is a right, not a privilege. My favorite research is centered around contemporary history, World War I and II with focus on the South Eastern Europe (Balkans); and Srebrenica genocide with focus on the International Law and Justice. Srebrenica genocide claimed 10,000 lives and is the worst act of genocide since the world war II.

Wednesday, January 16, 2008


Reported to the FBI after he sent threats to journalists after which Denial of Service attacks started...

PHOTO: Darko Trifunovic (biography), disgraced Srebrenica genocide denier, was fired from multinational BiH Foreign Ministry in 2001 after authorities uncovered him being involved into identity theft and document forgery crime ring.
Extremist followers of Darko Trifunovic's racist ideology and Srebrenica genocide denial have launched Denial of Service (DoS) attacks on popular New York based Bosnjaci.net magazine whose authors include Serb, Bosniak, Croat, Montenegrin, Jewish and other journalists. They are trying to silence New York-based journalists criticizing Darko Trifunovic's less than honorable background. Before the attack began, Darko Trifunovic sent them an e-mail uttering threats.

Darko Trifunovic's threatening E-mail, as well as IP# involved in the attack are currently under the investigation of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Here is a screenshot of Bosnjaci.net Announcement page after the site was forced to temporarily shut down due to DoS attacks which overwhelmed servers. Denial of Service attacks are federal crime in the United States.

Screenshot of Bosnjaci.net announcement page after the DoS attack taken January 16th 2008.

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