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TV Justice Magazine

Uninvestigated Crimes in Village Susanj

The May issue of TV Justice magazine brings an overview of the most important trials held before the Court of BiH War Crimes Chamber in April.

In June 1993, approximately 20 Croat civilians were killed in Susanj village, near the Bosnian town of Zenica. This village used to be inhabited by more than 100 families. Today, it is mostly elderly who live there. The younger part of population that moved to Croatia visit their home village only for holidays.

The guest of this month's edition is State Prosecutor Munib Halilovic who explains why after all this time no one has been prosecuted yet for the Susanj killings.

In May, TV Justice interviewed people from Zenica about their opinion of war crimes held at the Court of BiH.


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