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People: Savic Milorad
27 January 2014

Bosnian Serb Sentenced to 20 Years of Prison

The Court of the Bosnia and Herzegovina sentenced on Monday Mirko Pekez to 20 years of prison for crimes in Jajce area, applying the Criminal Code of the Former Yugoslavia.
25 December 2013

Bosnia Keeps Fewer Indictees in Custody

Only 14 of about 100 people indicted for the gravest crimes are currently in the custody of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

18 December 2013

Bosnian Serb War Criminals’ Sentences Cut

The appeals court reduced the sentences of ex-fighters Mirko Pekez and Milorad Savic after their retrial for involvement in the killings of Bosniak villagers in 1992.
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.

16 December 2013

New Verdict against Pekez and Savic on December 18

On Wednesday, December 18 the Appellate Chamber of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina is due to pronounce a new second instance verdict against Mirko (son of Spiro) Pekez and Milorad Savic, who were previously sentenced for crimes committed in the Jajce area.

5 December 2013

Custody Motions Rejected

The Appellate Chamber of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina rejects custody order motions for nine convicts, who were released from prisons, where they were serving their sentences for war crimes, following the revocation of their verdicts. 

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.

20 November 2013

Custody for Ten Former Convicts Requested

The Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina files custody order motions for ten former war-crimes and genocide convicts, who were released by the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina and allowed to defend themselves while at liberty. They were sentenced to between 14 and 33 years in prison.
 

20 November 2013

Bosnian War Criminals’ Release Sparks International Concern

The EU and international organisations in Bosnia expressed concerns after ten war crimes and genocide convicts were set free because they were tried under the wrong criminal code.
19 November 2013

Resignation of State Constitutional Court Judges Requested

The release to liberty of ten war crimes and genocide convicts has brought war-crimes victims into a situation whereby they have become victims of the system nearly 20 years after the war. In order to prevent that from happening, they call on the judges of the Constitutional Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina to resign.

18 November 2013

Bosnia Releases Ten War Crimes Convicts

The Bosnian state court has ordered the immediate release of ten genocide and war crimes convicts because the wrong criminal code was used at their trials.
14 July 2009

Zoran Maric Indictment Filed

An indictment against a former member of the Serb armed forces who is accused of crimes committed in Jajce has been submitted to the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina for confirmation.
8 July 2009

Zoran Maric in custody

The State Court ordered custody in the case of Zoran Maric, suspected of crimes committed in the villages of Ljoljici and Cerkazovici, in Jajce Municipality.
5 May 2009

Pekez et al: 35 Years in Total

By a second-instance verdict Mirko (son of Spiro) Pekez and Milorad Savic were found guilty of crimes committed in Jajce Municipality.
28 April 2009

Pekez et al: Verdict Due on May 5

In their closing arguments the Defence teams once again deny the allegations contained in the indictment, while the Prosecution calls on the Court to hand down long sentences in the case of the two indictees, who are charged with crimes committed in the Jajce area.