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People: Duka Miroslav
31 March 2015

Witness Describes Prisoner Beatings and Torture in Bileca

State prosecution witness Nedzad Bajramovic testified at the trial of Goran Vujovic, Miroslav Duka and Zeljko Ilic. Bajramovic said that during his detainment at the Bileca police station Vujovic had questioned him while two policemen beat him.

24 March 2015

Protected Witness Describes Detainee Beatings in Bileca

A protected state prosecution witness known as B-1 said that defendant Miroslav Duka beat him during his detention at the public safety station in Bileca. He said he witnessed the beating of other detainees as well.

17 March 2015

Witness Describes Prisoner Abuse in Bileca at Miroslav Duka Trial

A protected state prosecution witness known as A-3 said that Miroslav Duka abused detained civilians in the old Austrian prison in Bileca.
10 March 2015

Witness Describes Detainee Beatings at Bileca Police Station

At a trial of former police and security forces in Bileca, prosecution witness Asim Djapo said he was beaten at the Bileca police station. According to Djapo, defendants Miroslav Duka and Zeljko Ilic were present during the beating.
3 March 2015

Prosecution Witness Describes Prisoner Abuse in Bileca

A state prosecution witness named Mesud Bajramovic said he was arrested and beaten at a police station in Bileca in June 1992.

10 February 2015

Prosecution Witnesses Say Police Commander Beat Detainee in Bileca

A state prosecution witness spoke of police beatings and unlawful detainment in Bileca during the Bosnian war.

20 January 2015

Visible Injuries on Detainees

Testifying at the trial of former policemen, a State Prosecution witness says that he saw injuries on detainees, who were held in the Police Station and Students' Dormitory in Bileca in 1992.

23 December 2014

Beaten up in Police Station

Testifying at the trial for crimes in the Bileca area in 1992, a State Prosecution witness says that he was beaten up in a police station building.
16 December 2014

Protection Measures for Witness

Testifying at the trial for crimes in the Bileca area in 1992, a State Prosecution witness testifies in the absence of the public. 

9 December 2014

Tortured with Electrical Shocks

Testifying at the trial for crimes in Bileca, a protected State Prosecution witness says that he was tortured by being subjected to electrical shocks in the Students Dormitory in Bileca.

20 November 2014

The wall of silence about crimes in Bileca

Due to the lack of prosecution of crimes committed in the municipality of Bileca, survivors are less and less ready to talk about the mistreatment and abuse that they survived.

11 November 2014

Serb Police ‘Abused Bosniaks in Student Dormitory’

A prosecution witness told the trial of three ex-policemen accused of abusing non-Serb prisoners that detainees held in a student dormitory in Bileca in 1992 were beaten up.
4 November 2014

Bosniaks Left Bileca

Testifying at the trial for crimes in Bileca, a protected State Prosecution witness says that 32 Bosniaks left the town in the spring of 1992, because they did not want to join the reserve forces of the Yugoslav National Army.

28 October 2014

Connected to Electricity, Beaten, Mistreated

Testifying at the trial for crimes in Bileca, a protected State Prosecution witness says that during his detention he was connected to an electrical source, mistreated and beaten.

21 October 2014

Bosnian Serb Policemen Accused of Torture in Bileca

A prosecution witness told the trial of three ex-policemen accused of abusing non-Serb prisoners that detainees were tortured at a police station and a student dorm in Bileca in 1992.

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Miroslav Duka is charged with having participated in a joint criminal enterprise aimed at persecuting the non-Serb population in the Bileca municipality from June to December 1992.  He is charged with unlawful detention of civilians in inhumane conditions, deportations, murders, torture and physical and mental abuse. Along with Duka, Nedjeljko Kuljic, Ilic Zeljko and Goran Vujovic are charged with this crime.