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City: Buzim

15 March 2016

Trial for Buzim Crimes has Begun

The trial of eight former members of the Bosnian Army began with a reading of the indictment and the presentation of the state prosecution’s introductory statement. The defendants have been charged with committing crimes against civilians and prisoners of war in the Buzim area.

8 March 2016

Defendant Charged with Buzim Crimes Attempts Suicide

Mehmed Alesevic, charged with crimes in Buzim, failed to appear at a status conference held today before the state court. According to the defense, he was admitted to a psychiatric hospital in Slovenia due to his poor mental health.

16 February 2016

Mehmed Alesevic Fails to Appear in Court, Allegedly in Poor Health

A status conference in the Mehmed Alesevic case scheduled at the Bosnian state court was postponed due to the failure of the defendant to appear in court. Alesevic has been charged with crimes in Buzim.
15 December 2015

Trial for Buzim War Crimes Begins on December 22

The first hearing in the trial of eight defendants charged with the torture and abuse of detained civilians and prisoners of war in Buzim has been scheduled for December 22.

30 October 2015

Indictment for Buzim War Crimes Confirmed

The Bosnian state court has confirmed an indictment against Zijad Nanic, Esad Kudelic, Vahid Bajraktarevic, Senad Salkic, Hasan Mustafic, Mehmed Alesevic, Nedzad Bapic, Husein and Samir Isakovic. The defendants have been charged with war crimes in Buzim.

21 September 2015

Indictment for Krajina War Crimes Filed

The state prosecution has filed an indictment against nine former members of the Fifth Corps of the Bosnian Army, charging them with crimes in the Cazin, Velika Kladusa and Buzim areas.

11 May 2015

Mehmed Alesevic Arrested

State border police have arrested Mehmed Alesevic as per an order issued by the Bosnian state prosecution. Alesevic, who is suspected of having committed war crimes in the Buzim area, was arrested at the Maljevac border crossing.

27 April 2015

Bosnia Police Arrest Buzim War Crimes Suspect

Bosnian border police arrested Husein Isakovic on suspicion of having carried out war crimes against civilians and prisoners-of-war in the Buzim area.
21 April 2015

Bosnia Arrests Six for Buzim War Crimes

Six former members of the Bosnian Army and military police were arrested for their alleged involvement in the torture, rape and inhuman treatment of Serb and Bosniak civilians and fighters.
17 April 2015

Custody Measures for Bajraktarevic Terminated

The Bosnian state court has terminated custody measures for Vahid Bajraktarevic, suspected of war crimes in the Buzim area, and has ordered prohibitive measures instead.

10 April 2015

Custody Measures for Vahid Bajraktarevic Ordered Due to Crimes in Buzim

The Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina has ordered one-month custody for Vahid Bajraktarevic, who is suspected of war crimes committed in the Buzim area.

6 April 2015

Vahid Bajraktarevic Arrested on Suspicion of War Crimes

Vahid Bajraktarevic is suspected of committing war crimes against civilians and prisoners of war.

18 September 2012

Zivkovic and Tadic: Response to Defence Witnesses

At the trial of Milorad Zivkovic and Dusko Tadic, who are charged with crimes in Cajnice municipality, the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina accepts a State Prosecution's request to examine protected witness M-3 as part of the Prosecution's response to the Defence's evidence. By examining the witness, the Prosecution intends to deny allegations by two Defence witnesses.
28 June 2012

Kornjaca: Victims in Civil Suits

As the trial of Milun Kornjaca for crimes in Cajnice continues, policemen from Gorazde say that they attended the exhumations conducted in 2002 and 2006, when the remains of victims, who were dressed in civil suits, were found.
14 May 2012

Zivkovic and Tadic: Detention of Bosniaks in Cajnice

Testifying in defence of Milorad Zivkovic at the trial for crimes committed in Cajnice, a witness speaks about an attempt to exchange Bosniaks from Cajnice for captured Serbs from Gorazde in May 1992.