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Case: Brkan and Macic

30 October 2015

Prosecution Calls for Longer Sentence in Macic Case

The state prosecution called upon the appeals chamber of the Bosnian state court to increase the sentence against Ibro Macic. Macic’s defense requested that the court either renew the trial or hand down an acquittal.

17 April 2015

Macic Sentenced to Ten Years in Prison

The Bosnian state court has sentenced Ibro Macic to ten years in prison for war crimes in the Konjic area.

15 April 2015

Analysis: Ibro Macic – Accused of Murder in Blace and Prisoner Abuse in Musala

The Bosnian state court will pronounce a first instance verdict against Ibro Macic, accused of having committed war crimes in Konjic, on April 17.

3 April 2015

Macic Defense Requests Acquittal

Ibro Macic’s defense presented its closing statement today, and asked the court to hand down an acquittal in the case.

27 March 2015

Prosecution Requests Guilty Verdict for Macic

Presenting her closing statement at the Ibro Macic trial, prosecutor Sanja Jukic said Macic was guilty of war crimes in the Konjic area and should be sentenced accordingly.

20 March 2015

Presentation of Closing Statement at Macic Trial Postponed

The state prosecution’s closing statement in the Ibro Macic trial has been postponed due to the poor health of some of the trial chamber members. Macic is accused of committing war crimes in the municipality of Konjic.

13 March 2015

Presentation of Evidence at Macic Trial Concluded

The defense filed its material evidence in the Ibro Macic trial, thus completing the presentation of evidence.
20 February 2015

Court Expert Says Macic Suffers From “Mild Retardation”

Testifying as a court expert, neuropsychiatrist Abdulah Kucukalic described former Bosniak fighter Ibro Macic as an emotionally immature person with “mild mental retardation.” Kucukalic has been ordered by Bosnia’s state court to examine Macic, as per a request by his defense.

6 February 2015

Prosecution Witness Testifies Against Former Musala Guard

Testifying at a trial for war crimes allegedly committed in Konjic, prosecution witness Miodrag Mitrovic says that he used to see defendant Ibro Macic regularly during his detainment at the Musala school building. The Musala school building was used as a detention camp during the Bosnian war.
30 January 2015

Indictee's Photographs

As the trial of Ibro Macic, who is charged with crimes against detainees in Konjic, continues, the Defence presents and includes, in the case file, two photographs, showing how the indictee looked like in 1992 and 1993.

16 January 2015

Defence Wants Macic Examined

The Defemce of Ibro Macic, who is on trial for crimes against prisoners in Konjic, proposed the examination of the defendant’s health.
21 November 2014

Soldier Ibro Macic Commended

As the trial for crimes in the Konjic area continues, the Defence of Ibro Macic presents material evidence, including a commendation letter to the indictee from 1993.
7 November 2014

"I Might Have Slapped Someone"

Ibro Macic, who is on trial for crimes in Konjic, testified in his own defence and told the court that he might have slapped a prisoner in the school Musala, but that he didn’t commit the crimes for which he is accused.
31 October 2014

Guard Did not Hear about Mistreatment in Musala

As the trial for crimes in Konjic continues, a Defence witness says that he is not aware of any irregularities in the treatment of detainees in a school building in Musala.

23 October 2014

Suspect Alic Did not Hear about Incidents

As the trial for Konjic crimes continues, Defence witness Sefik Alic says that he did not hear about any incidents involving Ibro Macic.