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27 March 2015

Ratko Dronjak Sentence Reduced

Applying a more favourable law, the Bosnian state court reduced Ratko Dronjak’s sentence for war crimes in Drvar by three years.

3 February 2015

Sentence against Ratko Dronjak Appealed

The Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina requested at least 30 years of imprisonment for Ratko Dronjak, who was convicted of committing war crimes in Drvar. Dronjak’s defense attorney, on the other hand, requested that the court reduce his sentence.
1 December 2014

Prosecution Requests Reconsideration of Constitutional Court’s Decision

The Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina, BiH, requests the reconsideration of a decision made by the Constitutional Court of BiH, partially quashing a verdict, under which Ratko Dronjak was sentenced to 18 years in prison for crimes in Drvar, because, as it explained, one of the judges, who participated in quashing the verdict, used to be the indictee’s Defence attorney.

19 November 2013

About Twenty More BiH Court Verdicts under Question

Defence attorneys of convicts sentenced for genocide and war crimes before the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina announce that proceedings will be renewed in many more cases due to the wrong application of the Criminal Code.

10 June 2013

Sentence against Ratko Dronjak Increased

The Appellate Chamber of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina increases the sentence against Ratko Dronjak for crimes in Drvar from 15 to 18 years in prison.

22 February 2013

Dronjak: Bosnian Serb Prison Chief’s Sentence Contested

Both prosecution and defence appealed against the 15-year prison term given to Ratko Dronjak for jailing and abusing civilian inmates in the Bosnian town of Drvar.
13 April 2012

Dronjak: Closing Statement Due May 10

The Presentation of evidence at the trial of Ratko Dronjak, who is charged with crimes in Drvar, has been completed with examination of two last Defence witnesses. The presentation of State Prosecution’s closing statement is scheduled for May 10.
29 February 2012

Dronjak: Death on Frontline or in Detention Camp

A Defence witness says, at the trial of Ratko Dronjak, that, in his capacity as manager of the prison in Kamenica, the indictee did not have the authority to bring or take prisoners away and participate in exchange of prisoners.
19 January 2012

Dronjak: Burying the Dead next to Detention Camp

Testifying in his defence, Ratko Dronjak, who is charged with crimes in Drvar, says that, in his capacity as manager of a military prison in Kamenica, he rarely visited the premises, where prisoners of war were held.
15 December 2011

Dronjak: The Arrests of the Muslim Population

At the trial of Ratko Dronjak, who is charged with crimes in Drvar, a witness of the Defence said that he knew that the arrests of Muslims from the area of the municipality began at the end of May 1992, but that it is not known to him that these people were taken to Kamenica.
14 December 2011

Dronjak: Wounding of Indictee

Testifying at the trial for Drvar crimes, a protected Defence witness says that indictee Ratko Dronjak was Manager of Kamenica military prison, where members of the Republika Srpska Army, VRS, who violated military rules, were held along with prisoners of war.
3 November 2011

Dronjak: Presentation of Material Evidence

At the trial for crimes in Drvar, the State Prosecution presents material evidence, referring, among other things, to the murders in Kamenica, which are charged upon indictee Ratko Dronjak..

29 September 2011

Dronjak: Murders in Kamenica

Two State Prosecution witnesses say that their family members were taken to Kamenica detention camp, Drvar municipality, and never came back. Those crimes are charged upon Ratko Dronjak.
2 September 2011

Dronjak: Murder of Brother

A State Prosecution witness saod during trial for crimes in Drvar, that his brother was murdered near the Kamenica camp near Drvar after the camp warden called for him.
25 August 2011

Dronjak: Murder of Only Son

Testifying at the trial for crimes in Drvar, a State Prosecution says that he is angry at indictee Ratko Dronjak, because he “personally” killed his only son.