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People: Fustar Dusan
30 December 2010

More than three hundred years of imprisonment

In its sixth year of operation, the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina Chamber for War Crimes sentenced 15 persons to a total of 156 years in prison, and acquitted seven, while the Prosecutor's Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina claims that they are also investigating one thousand suspects over war crimes offences.
6 August 2010

Omarska: A Monument to Savagery and Resistance

Several hundred former detainees from Prijedor and their families have gathered in Omarska to commemorate August 6th, the day when the disassembly of this camp began 18 years ago.
4 June 2010

Conditional Releases

At the end of May Mitar Rasevic was conditionally released from the Penal and Correctional Facility in Foca where he was serving his sentence for crimes committed in Foca municipality, while Dusan Fustar, who was sentenced for crimes committed in Prijedor, will be released on June 15 this year.
17 February 2009

Mejakic et al: "Distorted truth"

The Defence teams of three indictees charged with crimes committed in Prijedor present first-instance verdict appeals.

8 August 2008

Prijedor Victims Recall Infamous Camps

Survivors of the notorious Serb-run detention centres in north-west Bosnia and their families are continuing their campaign for a memorial centre to record their suffering.
8 July 2008

Justice and the Admission of Guilt

Guilt admission agreements concluded with war-crimes indictees are a source of controversy formany people in Bosnia and Herzegovina, including legal experts who believe the practice often does not help determine the truth.
22 May 2008

Mejakic et al: A Policeman and a Human

Zeljko Mejakic expressed his condolences to the families of the killed detainees in Omarska detention camp, while the Defence called for a verdict of release in its closing arguments.
20 May 2008

Mejakic et al: Frightful detention camps

In its closing arguments the Prosecution calls for guilty verdicts against the three indictees, claiming that they were members of a joint criminal enterprise.
16 May 2008

Mejakic et al: Hearing closed to public

As proposed by the third indictee's Defence, the public was excluded from the testimony of the last witness at the trial for crimes in the Omarska and Keraterm detention camps.
12 May 2008

Mejakic et al: Daily torture

Additional Prosecution witnesses say the third indictee participated in the beating of detainees in Omarska and Keraterm.
7 May 2008

Mejakic et al: Proving the third indictee's identity

An additional Prosecution witness speaks about the personal data of his brother, who died in 1993 and who had the same first and last name as the third indictee.

7 May 2008

Detention Camp Indictees Deny Responsibility

The defence for the four men indicted over the Omarska and Keraterm camps in north-west Bosnia has denied they took part in the crimes committed there in 1992.
24 April 2008

Mejakic et al: Good neighbour

A former neighbour of indictee Dusko Knezevic described Knezevic in Court as a good neighbour and a tidy and meticulous man from a good family.
24 April 2008

Mejakic et al: Another hearing closed to the public

The public was excluded during the discussion on protection measures for additional Prosecution witnesses.
21 April 2008

Fustar: Deep and absolute regret

Dusan Fustar has expressed regret for the crimes committed in the Keraterm detention camp.