2007-03-11

Hardly knew ye


A year ago Slobodan Milošević died. The manner of his death was different from those of the people whose deaths he caused. He was not shot in the street, or kidnapped and shot, or run into by a truck filled with sand on the highway. He was not pulled out of a hospital and shot in a field. He was not kidnapped from a train after which all trace of him was lost. He was not incinerated in a bombing or killed by sniper fire from the hills. He was not rounded up with the other surviving males from his town and shot. His body was not transported by freezer truck to an air base under cover of night. He was not left to face a bombing attack on RTS while the higher-ranking employees evacuated.

Most indications are that he is still dead.

6 comments:

nakic said...

Gospodine Gordy, nisam siguran da sam Vam pisao na pravu email adresu. Uskoro pocinje sa radom sajt o kojem smo pricali, pa me obavestite da li ste jos uvek zainteresovani da vase tekstove objavljujete i na njemu. Ukoliko zbog obaveza necete moci, samo me obavestite(mada meni odgovara da i ono sto na ovom blogu objavite bude i na sajta, samu da bude na srpskom jeziku). Hvala Vam unapred. Puno pozdrava

Shaina said...

That certainly is a fitting obit for Milosevic.

Eric Gordy said...

Nakicu -- Naravno, cim budem imao nesto.

Yakima_Gulag said...

Well since the OTHER Mr. Milosevic was there with the hawthorn wood stake I am sure he is indead dead...

чип said...

I'm not so sure. Friends in BG are absolutely sure that he is alive and well living in Moscow, and they have much evidence -- circumstantial to be sure -- to support their view...

Eric Gordy said...

I saw him at a filling station in Memphis ...