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People: Alispago Zulfikar
22 April 2013

Bosnian Soldier ‘Never Saw Croats Murdered’

Testifying at his trial for 22 killings during a wartime attack on the village of Trusina in 1993, a Bosnian serviceman said he heard an execution order but didn’t see the victims shot.
15 April 2013

‘Unknown Bosnian Soldiers’ Killed Croats in Trusina

Testifying at his trial for 22 killings during a wartime attack on the village of Trusina in 1993, a Bosnian serviceman said that “unknown soldiers” were responsible for the deaths.
9 April 2013

Alibi for Indictee Memic

A Defence witness says,at the trial for crimes committed in Trusina, Konjic municipality on April 16,1993, that she saw indictee Mensur Memic, known as Menta, on Mount Igman onthat day.

26 March 2013

Joining operation after Trusina

On the second day of his testimony in the trial for crimes in Trusina near Konjic, the accused Mensur Memic stated that after having joined  Zulfikar Unit of the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina (ABiH) on 7 April 1993 he was not immediately assigned to take part in the operation.

20 March 2013

Indictees Testify

As said at a status conference, indictees Mensur Memic and Dzevad Salcin are due to testify in their defence at the trial for crimes in Trusina, near Konjic, while Nihad Bojadzic may appear as a witness as well.

20 March 2013

Nedzad Hodzic Released and Arrested

Nedzad Hodzic was arrested in Sarajevo immediately upon his release after spending more than three years in prison.

19 March 2013

Bosnian Soldier Denies Executing Croats

Former serviceman Mensur Memic testified at his trial in Sarajevo that he never killed Croat civilians and troops in an attack on the Bosnian village of Trusina in 1993.

13 March 2013

Bosnian Soldiers ‘Abused Prisoners and Demanded Money’

At the war crimes trial of former Bosnian fighter Edin Dzeko, witnesses testified about beatings and blackmail by soldiers in the southern town of Jablanica in 1993.

8 March 2013

Murders and former fellow soldiers

After two and a half years, the Prosecutor's Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina has completed the evidentiary hearing in the trial of six former members of the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina, ABiH, who are charged with war crimes committed in Trusina near Konjic.

1 March 2013

Memic et al: Code Name “Blek”

A State Prosecution witness says, at the trial for crimes in Trusina, Konjic municipality, that, while communicating over a walkie-talkie during an attack on Grabovica in May 1993, indictee Nihad Bojadzic used “Blek” as his code name.
12 February 2013

Memic et al: Intercepted Conversations

In the trial for crimes committed in Trusina, Konjic municipality in 1993 the Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina presents, as evidence, audio recordings and transcripts of intercepted conversations between indictees Zulfikar Alispago and Nihad Bojadzic, as well as Sefer Halilovic, the then Chief of Main Command Headquarters of the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
8 February 2013

Bojadzic: Unable to Breathe Due to Beating

At the trial for crimes in Jablanica, a Bosnian prosecution witness said that he was beaten by a soldiers nicknamed "Deba" after he was removed from the basement of the Museum facility in the city, as per an order by defendant Nihad Bojadzic.
29 January 2013

Memic et al: Documents from the Bank’s Safe

On the fourth day of the presentation of material evidence at the trial for crimes in Trusina, near Konjic, the Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina presents documents found in two Volksbank safes in Sarajevo at the beginning of 2010.
15 January 2013

Memic et al: Indictees’ Statements Given during Investigation Included as Evidence

At the trial for crimes in Trusina, near Konjic, the Prosecution presents as evidence, the statements given by indictees Mensur Memic, Dzevad Salcin, Senad Hakalovic, Nedzad Hodzic and Nihad Bojadzic during an investigation in 2009.
25 December 2012

Dzeko: A Secret about Witness

Protected witness O was due to testify at the trial of Edin Dzeko, who is charged with crimes in Konjic and Jablanica, but he did not.