Jezik / Language:

City: Bratunac

17 November 2014

Josipovic and Tesic Plead not Guilty

Miodrag Josipovic and Branimir Tesic appear before the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, BiH, and plead not guilty of having assisted in the commission of genocide in Srebrenica in July 1995.

11 November 2014

Verdict of Release against Merdzic Confirmed

The Supreme Court of Republika Srpska confirms a verdict pronounced by the District Court in Bijeljina, acquitting Nezir Merdzic of the charges for war crimes.

7 November 2014

Multiple rape of a 15-year-old girl

A woman from Srebrenica, who was a 15-year-old in 1992, was repeatedly raped, abused and assaulted in the then abandoned houses in Bratunac. Those who perpetrated the act have not yet been brought to justice. That is the reason why we are protecting her identity, but this is her story in its entirety.

21 October 2014

Acquittal, Conviction or Retrial

The Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina, BiH, calls on the Court to order a retrial of Najdan Mladjenovic and Savo Zivkovic, who are charged with crimes in Hranca and Glogova villages, Bratunac municipality, or sentence them for the charges of which they were acquitted under the first instance verdict.

17 October 2014

Babic’s Retrial Starts Next Month

The retrial of Savo Babic, who is charged with crimes in Bratunac, will start on November 20.
17 October 2014

Prosecution Seeks Extension of Restrictions to Josipovic

The State prosecution proposed that the restrictive measures to Miodrag Josipovic, charged with aiding the Srebrenica genocide in July 1995, be extended, which his defence objected.
8 September 2014

Tesic in Custody, Josipovic Released

The Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, BiH, orders one-month custody for Branimir Tesic, whom the Prosecution of BiH, arrested for having assisted in the commission of genocide in Srebrenica in July 1995.

5 September 2014

Custody for Srebrenica Suspects Requested

The Bosnian prosecution asked for one month custody for Miodrag Josipovic and Branimir Tesic, suspected of taking part in the Srebrenica genocide in July 1995.
2 September 2014

Bosnian Serb Military Police Commander’s Acquittal Revoked

The Bosnian court’s appeals chamber revoked the acquittal of former military policeman Savo Babic for crimes against humanity against civilians imprisoned in a school in Bratunac in 1992.
8 July 2014

Quashing of Verdict of Release Requested

The Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina, BiH, requests the Appellate Chamber of the Court of Bih to quash a verdict, under which Savo Babic was acquitted of charges that he committed crimes against humanity in 1992 and proposes that a retrial be ordered.

11 June 2014

Eleven Victims Exhumed from Grave in Doboj

A total of 11 bodies, including nine complete skeletal remains, have been exhumed from a grave revealed by the floods in Usora village, Doboj municipality – Lejla Cengic, Spokesperson of the Institute for the Missing Persons of BiH, confirms to BIRN Justice Report.

28 May 2014

Bosniak Cleared of Killing Serbs Near Bratunac

Former Bosnian Army soldier Nezir Merdzic was acquitted of killing three Serb civilians in June 1992 due to a lack of evidence against him.
13 May 2014

Indictee Denies His Participation in Operations

Nezir Merdzic, who is charged with war crimes in Glogova village, Bratunac municipality, in 1992, appears before the District Court in Bijeljina and denies having participated in crimes charged upon him in any way.

8 April 2014

Merdzic Was not in Glogova

Testifying at a trial before the District Court in Bijeljina, Defence witness Jusuf Muharemovic says that indictee Nezir Merdzic was in Hrnjcici village, Bratunac municipality, which is more than 15 kilometres away from Glogova, from May to November 1992.
7 April 2014

Bosnian Serb Witness Recalls Women and Children Bussed from Srebrenica

A Bosnian Serb prosecution witness recalled on Monday seeing women and children bussed from the Srebrenica area in July 1995 as he testified in the trial of ex-police chief Goran Saric, who is charged in connection with genocide there.