Jezik / Language:
People: Borovcanin Ljubomir
27 August 2015

Witness Describes Separation of Men From Families in Srebrenica

A state prosecution witness testifying at the trial of five former members of Bosnian Serb military and police forces said Bosniak men were separated from their families in Potocari by military police officers in July 1995.
30 January 2015

Bosnian Serb Officers Jailed for Srebrenica Massacres

The Hague Tribunal rejected five former Bosnian Serb Army officers’ appeals against their convictions for war crimes including genocide against Bosniaks from Srebrenica in 1995.
29 January 2015

Srebrenica Survivors Await Bosnian Serb Officers’ Verdict

The Hague Tribunal delivers its first verdict of the year on Friday in the case of five former Bosnian Serb Army officers appealing against convictions related to the Srebrenica genocide.
11 February 2014

Srebrenica Genocide Defendant’s Driver ‘Saw No Crime’

The driver for ex-police commander Goran Saric, accused of the Srebrenica genocide, said that he was with his boss on the day of the massacre but never saw him commit any crime.
4 February 2014

Involvement of Police in Srebrenica Operation

“An order from the Minister of Internal Affairs came, saying that the Company should be deployed to Bratunac and put under Borovcanin’s command,” said witness Luka Bogdanovic, who was Chief of the Police Section with the Public Safety Center in Zvornik at that time.

4 September 2013

Mladic’s Order to Evacuate Srebrenica Residents

A decision on shooting Srebrenica residents was made during the night on July 11/12, 1995 between two meetings at which Republika Srpska Army, VRS Commander Ratko Mladic told Bosniaks that they could either “survive or disappear”, says military expert Richard Butler.
7 June 2013

Recordings of Captives and Killed People

During the trial of Ratko Mladic for genocide in Srebrenica prosecutors play a film made by Belgrade journalist Zoran Petrovic-Pirocanac, depicting the bodies of tens of Srebrenica Muslims, who were killed in Kravica village, near Bratunac, two days after the occupation of Srebrenica by the Republika Srpska Army, VRS in July 1995.

6 June 2013

Borovcanin Testifies in Defence of Karadzic

Testifying before The Hague Tribunal, former Republika Srpska police officer Ljubomir Borovcanin says that after the fall of Srebrenica in July 1995 he did not know about a plan for the execution of Bosniaks and that it “is hard for me to believe” that Radovan Karadzic would consent to the murder of captives.
24 May 2013

Recordings of Prisoners

The trial of Ratko Mladic continues with testimony by Prosecution investigator Tomasz Blaszczyk about a film footage made by Belgrade journalist Zoran Petrovic Pirocanac in the Srebrenica surroundings following the occupation of the enclave by the Republika Srpska Army, VRS, in July 1995.

20 May 2013

Correct and Wrong Conclusions

The Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina calls on the Court to quash its verdict under which Nedjo Ikonic and Goran Markovic were acquitted of charges for genocide in Srebrenica in July 1995, while the Defence of Dusko Jevic and Mendeljev Djuric call for revocation of the part of the verdict that sentenced them for that crime.
16 December 2011

Jevic et al: Inclusion of Statements from the Investigation

At the trial of four men indicted for genocide in Srebrenica, statements given by the three indictees during investigation that they were engaged in Potocari during the evacuation of the population in July 1995 but did not know about the killings in Kravica, are included in the evidence.
17 November 2011

Ivanovic: Examination of Ljubomir Borovcanin Given up

At the trial of Zeljko Ivanovic for genocide in Srebrenica, the Defence of the indictee gives up the cross-examination of Ljubomir Borovcanin, because it could not be conducted prior to 2012.
9 November 2011

Vukovic and Tomic: Three new witnesses to be summoned

In the retrial of Radomir Vukovic and Zoran Tomic, the Appeals chamber agreed to call three new witnesses who will give testimony for the Defence.
20 September 2011

Jevic et al: Legitimate Target

Testifying at the trial of four indictees who are charged with genocide in Srebrenica, court expert Richard Butler says that the Srebrenica protected zone was not demilitarised, adding that the 28th Division of the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina, ABiH was a legitimate target.
6 June 2011

Jevic et al: Indictee Was Not a Manager, Witness Says

At the trial for genocide committed in Srebrenica, a court expert in police issues says that indictee Mendeljev Djuric had no managerial competencies in the Police Training Centre on Mount Jahorina, but his task was to train “deserters”, who were arrested in Serbia.