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Case: Dragicevic Zoran

28 February 2014

Tougher Sentence Urged for Sarajevo Wartime Brutality

The Bosnian prosecution asked for a longer jail term for Serb fighter Zoran Dragicevic, convicted of torturing, imprisoning, raping and stealing from people during the siege of Sarajevo.
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.

22 November 2013

Bosnian Serb Fighter Jailed for Sarajevo Brutality

Former soldier Zoran Dragicevic was convicted of torturing, imprisoning, raping and stealing from people during the siege of Sarajevo and jailed for 11 years for crimes against humanity.
30 October 2013

Sarajevo Serb ‘Didn’t Commit Crimes Against Humanity’

Former soldier Zoran Dragicevic, on trial for a series of alleged war crimes in the Bosnian capital, did not deport, jail or torture anyone, argued his lawyer.

23 October 2013

Prosecutor Demands Jail for ‘Ruthless’ Bosnian Serb

The Bosnian prosecutor urged the court to convict former Bosnian Serb fighter Zoran Dragicevic of rape, abuse and robbery in the Sarajevo settlement of Grbavica in wartime.

9 October 2013

Presentation of Evidence Completed

The presentation of evidence at the trial of Zoran Dragicevic, who is charged with crimes in Sarajevo, has been completed with introduction of Defence’s material evidence. Closing statements are due to be presented on October 23.

25 September 2013

Defendant Claims He Was Not Arresting Civilians

Testifying for the second time on his own behalf at the trial for crimes committed in Sarajevo, defendant Zoran Dragicevic said he was not bringing in civilians from Grbavica to the Digitron Buje building on anyone’s orders.
4 September 2013

Witness Says that Indictee Did not Commit Rape

A statement given by a Defence witness was read at the trial for crimes in Sarajevo. In the statement the witness said that indictee Zoran Dragicevic helped a woman and her son in Grbavica and that the allegation that he raped her was a lie.

14 August 2013

Bosnian Serb Fighter’s Wife: Rape Charges False

The wife of ex-fighter Zoran Dragicevic, who is on trial for war crimes in Sarajevo in 1992, said that her husband never raped anyone during the conflict.
27 June 2013

Bosnian Serb Fighter ‘Protector Not Rapist’

Ex-fighter Zoran Dragicevic, on trial for war crimes in Sarajevo in 1992, testified that he did not rape a Muslim woman but actually protected her from other men.
29 May 2013

Mandic and Plavsic as Witnesses

During a status conference held as part of the trial for Sarajevo crimes, the Defence of Zoran Dragicevic, also known as Krompir, announces that the indictee will testify in his defence and that a list of planned witnesses includes former senior Republika Srpska officials Biljana Plavsic and Momcilo Mandic, among others.

15 May 2013

Criminogenic Group of People

As the trial for crimes in Grbavica continues, the Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina presents material evidence in an attempt to prove that Zoran Dragicevic, known as Krompir, was a member of the Republika Srpska Army, VRS, and that he was among the people from whom police searched in the summer of 1992 due to crimes committed in Grbavica.

8 May 2013

Witness Information about Rapes in Grbavica

Testifying at the trial for crimes in Sarajevo, a prosecution witness says another witness told her that she had been raped by indictee Zoran Dragicevic, known as Krompir.

12 April 2013

Bosnian Serb Fighter’s Trial Hears ‘Rape’ Allegation

A witness at the war crimes trial of Zoran Dragicevic testified that she felt intimidated into having sex with the Bosnian Serb soldier, but said she was not violently attacked.

3 April 2013

Fighters Accused of Revenge Beatings

 A witness at the trial of ex-fighter Zoran Dragicevic for war crimes in Sarajevo in 1992 testified that he and recently-convicted Veselin Vlahovic abducted and assaulted her brother.