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City: Nahorevo

24 June 2013

Sarajevo Police Chief Awaits War Crimes Verdict

Former Serb police officer Goran Saric said he was innocent of war crimes in the Sarajevo settlement of Nahorevo in 1992 as the court announced it would deliver its verdict in August.
10 June 2013

Bosnian Prosecutor Urges Jail for Sarajevo Police Chief

The Bosnian state prosecutor said that former Serb police chief Goran Saric should be found guilty of war crimes in the Sarajevo settlement of Nahorevo in 1992.
22 April 2013

“Policeman” from Vraca

An expert witness in police issues testifies for the Defence and says that indictee Goran Saric was never appointed Chief of the Public Safety Station of the Serb municipality of Centar.

8 April 2013

Combats in Nahorevo

Testifying at the trial for crimes in Sarajevo, a military expert witness says that combat activities in the Nahorevo area in 1992 did not target the local civilian population.

1 April 2013

Combat Activities in Nahorevo

Testifying at the trial for crimes in Sarajevo, a military expert witness says that combat activities in the Nahorevo area in 1992 did not target the local civilian population.

19 March 2013

Station without Resources

At the trial for crimes committed in Sarajevo, a witness for the Defence stated that having arrived to Jagomir Hospital where the police station was supposed to be located, he did not find any equipment or a sufficient number of police officers.

7 March 2013

Indictee in Nahorevo

Testifying at the trial for crimes in Sarajevo, a Defence witness says that he saw indictee Goran Saric in front of the Local Community building in Nahorevo and Jagomir in 1992.

19 February 2013

Saric: Attack and Murders

Testifying at the trial for crimes in Sarajevo, witness Bogdan Rasevic says that people from the Nahorevo area went to Jagomir in 1992 in order to be examined.
5 February 2013

Saric: Detained Neighbours

Testifying at the trial for crimes in the Sarajevo area, a Defence witness says that he saw that his neighbours from Nahorevo were detained in the Jagomir hospital building. 
29 January 2013

Saric: Sarajevo Serb Police ‘Didn’t Exist in June 1992’

At the trial of Goran Saric for crimes in the Bosnian capital Sarajevo, a defence witness said that the Police station of the Serb Municipality of Centre was formed in September 1992, not June, as the indictment alleges.
21 December 2012

Saric: Establishment of Police Station

During the trial for crimes in Sarajevo a Defence witness says that he did not see indictee Goran Saric, when he visited the Public Safety Station in Centar.
18 December 2012

Saric: Chief without Station

Testifying at the trial of Goran Saric, who is charged with crimes in Sarajevo, a Defence witness says that the Public Safety Station, whose chief, according to the charges, was Saric, did not even exist.
16 November 2012

Saric: Killed Husband’s Letter

During the continuation of the trial of Goran Saric for crimes in Sarajevo a protected State Prosecution witness says that she received a letter from her husband, who asked her to pay for his release from Jagomir hospital, but, after having paid the amount, she found him dead at Skakavac.
13 November 2012

Saric: Goran Saric’s Order

Witness Zakira Colic says at the trial for crimes in Sarajevo that she was taken for an examination in 1992, as per Goran Saric’s order.
2 November 2012

Saric: Order to Be Taken to Detention Camp

As the trial for crimes in Sarajevo continues, a State Prosecution witness says that indictee Goran Saric selected him and a group of other men, who were detained in Jagomir hospital, to be taken to the Sonja detention camp in Vogosca.