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Case: Koricanske stijene II

4 October 2013

Policeman’s Jailing For Koricanske Stijene Massacre Upheld

Bosnia’s appeals court upheld the verdict sentencing former Bosnian Serb policeman Sasa Zecevic to 23 years in jail for the murder of around 200 civilians at Koricanske Stijene in 1992.
20 September 2013

Verdict for Koricanske Stijene Crime Confirmed

The Appeals Chamber of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina confirmed the first instance verdict which sentenced Marinko Ljepoja and Radoslav Knezevic for the murder of around 200 civilians committed in August 1992 at Koricanske Stjene, while Petar Civcic and Branko Topola were acquitted of charges for the crime.

26 August 2013

Bosnian Serb Policeman Appeals Mass Execution Sentence

Ex-policeman Sasa Zecevic, who was jailed for 23 years for his role in the wartime massacre of 200 Muslim and Croat civilians at Koricanske Stijene, wants his sentenced to be overturned.

1 July 2013

Prosecution Withdraws Agreement with Radoslav Knezevic

The Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina cancels a guilt admission agreement with Radoslav Knezevic, who is charged with crimes at Koricanske stijene.

1 July 2013

Bosnian Court Rejects Koricanske Massacre Plea Bargain

The appeals court threw out a plea bargain that would have seen a former Bosnian Serb fighter serve 10 to 13 years in jail for killing around 200 civilians at Koricanske Stijene in 1992.
10 June 2013

Knezevic's Proposed Sentance 12 to 15 Years

A former Bosnian Serb policeman in Prijedor, Radoslav Knezevic, has admitted taking part in killing more than 150 Bosniaks at Koricanske Stijene in 1992.
7 June 2013

Another Guilt Admission Agreement Possible

Sasa Zecevic, who was sentenced under a first instance verdict to 23 years’ imprisonment for committing murders at Koricanske stijene, is thinking about admitting guilt and concluding a guilt admission agreement with the Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

7 June 2013

Knezevic Concludes an Agreement During Appellate Procedure

Radoslav Knezevic concludes a guilt admission agreement with the Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina at the beginning of the appellate procedure.

3 October 2012

Koricanske stijene: Jankovic not Seen in Convoy

Defence witnesses say at the retrial of four indictees, who are charged with crimes at Koricanske stijene, that they neither saw indictee Dusan Jankovic on August 21, 1992, when a convoy of Bosniak civilians departed Prijedor, nor during the trip towards Travnik.
15 June 2012

Zecevic et al: No Command Responsibility

At the trial for crimes on Koricanske stijene, the Defence of Petar Civcic, former member of the Prijedor police, asked the court to free the defendant of all charges.
1 June 2012

Zecevic et al: Long Term Imprisonment Requested

Presenting its closing statement at the trial for crimes at Koricanske stijene, the State Prosecution says that most of the escorts in the convoy of civilians, who were traveling from Prijedor to Travnik on August 21, 1992, knew about the plan to execute murders.
31 May 2012

Zecevic et al: Witness Changes his Statement

Testifying at the trial for crimes at Koricanske stijene, a former member of the Interventions Squad of Prijedor police, partially changes his testimony related to indictee Petar Civcic.
25 May 2012

Zecevic et al: Warrant for Apprehension of Witness

The trial of five indictees who are charged with crimes at Koricanske stijene, has been postponed due to the absence of protected State Prosecution witness KA-1, who will be apprehended as he refused to appear in court.
19 April 2012

Zecevic et al: Soldier or Driver

At the trial for crimes at Koricanske stijene, the Defence of indictee Marinko Ljepoja re-examines witness Savo Kreic, because the Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina said that he could not have been a convoy driver, when civilians were killed in August 1992.
13 April 2012

Zecevic et al: Witness Denies Topola’s Allegations

Testifying at the trial for crimes at Koricanske stijene, a Prosecution witness says that he did not perform surgery on a dog at his place in August 1992, as indictee Branko Topola said while testifying in his defence.