Jimbo, let me try to illustrate the problem using the hr.wikipedia article on the Jasenovac concentration camp [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jasenovac_concentration_camp]
Of course that the revisionists could not just delete the article and deny the Jasenovac ever happened, because that would cost them credibility. Instead they try to twist and relativize the facts by inserting irrelevant and controversial half-truths (or half-lies), copy pasted from biased and, at best, questionable sources. They mix facts with revisionist’s propaganda interpretations in an effort not to make the matter clear but to confuse the reader and to make their lies and fabrications plausible.
The way they did this in the example of Jasenovac was by trying to equalize, in every way possible, the atrocities committed by the Nazi collaborationist regime and its military formations with the post WW2 Yugoslav communist regime and its WW2 antifascist army - The Partisans. For that purpose in this article they used numerous biased source