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20 October 2015

Prosecutor Facing Disciplinary Proceedings for Alleged Neglect of Ilijas Case

A disciplinary prosecutor requested that Bosnian state prosecutor Mirko Lecic be found guilty of negligence in dealing with a war crimes investigation in the Ilijas area.

26 August 2015

Bosnia Charges Prosecutor with War Crimes Case Negligence

State-level prosecutor Mirko Lecic is accused of negligently stalling an investigation into war crimes against Serb civilians in a village near Sarajevo for over four years.
6 July 2015

State Prosecutor Faces Disciplinary Body Over Failure to Process War Crimes Case

Munib Halilovic, a former Bosnian state prosecutor, is facing the High Judicial and Prosecutorial Council’s disciplinary commission on charges of failing to investigate a war crimes case.

24 February 2015

Krsmanovic Fought with Milan Lukic, Witness Says

A protected witness testifying before the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY), said that Oliver Krsmanovic was one of the paramilitary fighters who killed Bosniak civilians by shutting them into a burning house.
23 December 2014

New Unclear Issues regarding Recordings from Tribunal

Although the long-awaited audio recordings of protected witnesses' testimonies before The Hague Tribunal were ready to be reproduced at the trial of Oliver Krsmanovic for crimes in Visegrad, the hearing was postponed eventually.

4 March 2014

Krsmanovic’s Release Angers Victims

Serbia sentenced Bosnian Serb fighter Oliver Krsmanovic to 20 years in prison over the killing of 16 Bosniaks in Sjeverin in 1992, but he cannot be jailed for the crime in Bosnia for legal reasons.
16 December 2013

Mirko Pekez Requests Renewal of Trial

During a hearing held before the Appellate Chamber of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina Mirko (son of Mile) Pekez requests the renewal of trial following the revocation of a second instance verdict, under which he was sentenced to 29 years in prison for crimes committed in the Jajce area.

28 November 2013

Court to Decide on Custody for Pekeze's and Savic

The Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina files a custody order motion for Mirko (son of Spiro) Pekez, Mirko (son of Mile) Pekez and Milorad Savic, who were released from serving their sentence for war crimes, due to a danger that they might flee, influence their accomplices and disturb public order.

2 October 2013

Bosnian Croat’s Prisoner Abuse Charges Confirmed

The Bosnian state court confirmed the indictment of former fighter Josip Tolic for allegedly participating in the abuse, torture and rape of Serb civilians in Odzak and Bosanski Brod in 1992.
20 August 2013

Defence Witnesses Speak about Abusers in Uzamnica

The first Defence witnesses in the trial of Oliver Krsmanovic’s say that they were abused during their detention in Uzamnica military barracks in Visegrad in 1992, but they do not mention the indictee.
2 July 2013

‘Burning Bosniak Civilians Alive’ Charge Falters

The Bosnian prosecution said it could drop part of the indictment against Serb fighter Oliver Krsmanovic accusing him of involvement in burning some 70 Bosniaks in Visegrad in 1992.
11 June 2013

Krsmanovic Undoubtedly Drove Civilians

The Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina completes the presentation of evidence against Oliver Krsmanovic, who is charged with crimes in Visegrad, with the examination of the last witnesses about the kidnapping of Bosniak civilians from Sjeverin, Serbia, and the presentation of material evidence.
28 May 2013

Indictee in “Vilina Vlas” with Lukic’s Team

Testifying at the trial for crimes in Visegrad, a Prosecution witness says that indictee Oliver Krsmanovic was among the “Milan Lukic’s team” members, who were present in “Vilina Vlas” hotel, when a girl was brought and mistreated.

21 May 2013

Witnesses Want to Come, but They Need Transport

The continuation of the trial of Oliver Krsmanovic for crimes in Visegrad has been postponed because State Prosecution witnesses, who were invited to testify, fail to appear again.
26 April 2013

Sarajevo Trial for Busovaca War Crimes Begins

Former Croatian Defence Forces fighters Zoran Marinic and Zoranu Milic went on trial for the killings of Bosniak civilians in the town of Busovaca in 1993.