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City: Bratunac

17 December 2013

Indictee Took His Mask off

As the trial for crimes in Bratunac continues, a statement given by late State Prosecution witness is read in the courtroom. In that statement the witness said that she saw indictee Najdan Mladjenovic during an attack on Hranca village on May 3, 1992.
16 December 2013

Transportation of Men from Srebrenica to Pilica

As the trial of Aleksandar Cvetkovic for Srebrenica genocide continues, State Prosecution witnesses say that they participated in transportation of people from Srebrenica, as well as male captives.

10 December 2013

Clarifying Jurisdiction of Courts-Martial

The Defence of Ratko Mladic denies findings by the Prosecution’s military expert Reynaud Theunens, who said that, in his capacity as Commander of the Republika Srpska Army, VRS, the indictee did not initiate any investigations into war crimes.

9 December 2013

Victims Killed during Breakthrough

Testifying in defence of Radovan Karadzic, a former Muslim soldier says that between 1,500 and 1,700 persons were killed in the woods in July 1995, when the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina from Srebrenica attempted a breakthrough to Tuzla and that those people were not buried.

4 December 2013

Son Killed in Ambush

As the trial of Nezir Merdzic before the District Court in Bijeljina continues, witness Mara Jokic says that her son Miodrag was killed in an ambush in 1992.
3 December 2013

Escaping Across the River

As the trial for crimes in Bratunac continues, a Defence witness says that he was among the men, including indictee Savo Zivkovic, who were present in Hranca village on May 3, 1992, adding that none of them went to the upper part of the village, where there was shooting.

3 December 2013

Military Police Chief Babic Awaits Verdict

The Defence of Savo Babic, on trial for crimes committed in Bratunac, said in its closing arguments that the court should render a not guilty verdict since the 'wrong man is on trial'.
2 December 2013

Guilty Verdict Sought for Crimes in Bratunac

Bosnia's State Prosecution said in its closing arguments that the former Bosnian Serb military police chief, Savo Babic, should be found guilty for crimes against Bosniaks in Bratunac.
27 November 2013

Exemption of Judge Azra Miletic Requested

A hearing to discuss a State Prosecution’s custody order motion for five convicts for genocide in Srebrenica, who were released from prison, has been postponed, because one of the Defence attorneys requested the exemption of judge Azra Miletic.

26 November 2013

In the House with Indictee

As the trial for crimes in Bratunac continues, a Defence witness says that indictee Sava Zivkovic was with him and other neighbours in a house in Hranca.

19 November 2013

Did not Know What Was Happening

The Defence of Najdan Mladjenovic, who is charged with crimes in Bratunac, completes the presentation of evidence. The Defence of Savo Zivkovic is due to begin examining its witnesses at the next hearing.

18 November 2013

Babic against Volunteers

As the trial for crimes in the Bratunac area continues, Defence witnesses say that volunteers were responsible for detention and mistreatment of Bosniaks and that indictee Savo Babic had nothing to do with it.

12 November 2013

Soldiers with Stockings on Heads in Hranca

Testifying in defence of Najdan Mladjenovic at the trial for crimes in Bratunac, a witness says that he saw masked soldiers, who gave him orders in relation to transportation of civilians, in Hranca village in May 1992. 

12 November 2013

Victims from Bljecevo Grave

As the trial for crimes in Bratunac continues, a court medicine expert says that, acting on a request by the Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina, he identified 55 bodies from the Bljecevo secondary grave, Bratunac municipality.

8 November 2013

Verdict of Release against Neskovic and Ilic Confirmed

The Appellate Chamber confirmed a verdict, under which Dragan Neskovic and Zoran Ilic were acquitted of charges that they committed crimes against Srebrenica residents in July 1995.