The career category of mass murderer is very much an equal opportunity profession and if you’re a female member of a Muslim hit squad from the killing fields of Bosnia, you can certainly be sure to get that extra special consideration for all your faults and failings. After all, what’s a little old-fashioned genocide when compared to the gender oppression of so many wacky women.
Rasema Handanovic took part in the execution-style slayings of six Croatian villagers in the Spring of 1993. And after helping to do her bit in the forward thinking craft of jingoistic ethnic cleansing, Ms. Rasema was rewarded with a free pass into the good old USA, gaining coveted American citizenship despite her unchecked, unverified redacted resume.
But the American dream came to an ignominious end for this madam, at least temporarily, when in December 2011 the powers that be finally figured out the true past of this Handanovic dame and extradited her murdering butt back to her homeland to stand trial.
Handanovic pleaded guilty last week and agreed to testify against other former members of her unit under a plea bargaining agreement which saw her get a lighter sentence. She was a member of the Zulfikar special unit, which was under the direct control of the Muslim-led Bosnian army headquarters. She was sentenced to five-and-a-half years in jail. UK Telegraph
Sentenced to 5 1/2 years in prison for mass murder. Well, that’s just the right amount of time to work toward a bachelor’s degree while incarcerated at public expense. Perhaps she could major in multicultural studies and then write a book on being a single Muslim mom on the radical run from the West’s war against women. I’m sure it would be a New York Times bestseller. And gee, they could use this photo of her on the book jacket—she had sort of a Bernadine Dohrn thing going on back then. Yep, there is definitely a bestseller in the making here.
The court had heard how she was a member of the Bosnian army’s feared special unit, the Zulfikar, which killed with impunity during the conflict.
Handanovic had shot a woman and an elderly couple dead. She was also accused of joining a firing-squad execution of unarmed Croatian soldiers and civilians on the same day.
A total of 18 Croat civilians and four prisoners of war, were killed during the attack on April 16 1993. Daily Mail