Jezik / Language:
People: Cetic Ljubisa
23 February 2011

ICTY: Darko Mrdja Denied Early Release

Patrick Robinson, president of the Hague Tribunal, rejects a proposal by Darko Mrdja for early release.
27 January 2011

Koricanske stijene: Convoy That Cannot Be Forgotten

A Prosecution witness, testifying at the trial of five indictees charged with crimes committed at Koricanske stijene, says that members of the Police Interventions Squad from Prijedor escorted a convoy from which men were separated and shot.
24 December 2010

Weaknesses of Laws in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Three days after the flight of Dusan Jankovic, the State Court says that situations like this one point to “the weaknesses” of legal provisions in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
21 December 2010

Warrant Issued for Dusan Jankovic

The State Court has requested the issuance of a red Interpol warrant and an arrest warrant against Dusan Jankovic, former policeman from Prijedor, who was sentenced under a first instance verdict to 27 years in prison for his participation in crimes committed at Koricanske stijene.
14 December 2010

Koricanske stijene: A Clean Conscience

In their closing arguments, indictees Zoran Babic, Milorad Radakovic and Milorad Skrbic called on the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina to acquit them of the charges that they participated in the murder of about 200 men at Koricanske stijene.

4 October 2010

Koricanske stijene: “Men in Blue Uniforms” Standing at Edge of Chasm

Protected Prosecution witness KO18, who survived the shooting at Koricanske stijene in August 1992, recognized indictee Skrbic in the courtroom, saying he was “one of the soldiers dressed in blue camouflage uniforms”.
23 September 2010

Koricanske stijene: Witness Undergoing Medical Treatment in Switzerland

The trial of five indictees charged with crimes committed at Koricanske stijene in August 1992 has been postponed after a protected Prosecution witness failed to appear in the courtroom.
20 August 2010

New Search Ordered for Koricanske Stijene Victims

The site of an infamous massacre of 200 men in 1992 is to be reexamined. But after 18 years of waiting, relatives fear they may never recover the remains of their loved ones.
20 August 2010

Mother’s 18-Year Search For Murdered Son’s Bones

Asima Memic’s son, Asmir, boarded a bus from Prijedor to Travniik as part of an exchange in July 1992. He never arrived, and only a single limb has ever been recovered.
6 July 2010

Koricanske stijene: Witness tells of Shooting Discussions

A former member of the Prijedor police force Interventions Squad said several indictees told him about the shooting at Koricanske stijene on the day the crimes were committed.

13 April 2010

Koricanske stijene: Condemnation of Crime

At the trial for the murder of civilians at Koricanske stijene committed on August 21, 1992 two witnesses testify for Dusko Jankovic's Defence stating that they did not see the fourth indictee on that day.
11 March 2010

Koricanske stijene: Cetic May Spend Between 11 and 13 Years in Prison

Ljubisa Cetic, who is charged with crimes committed at Koricanske stijene, has concluded a guilt admission agreement with the State Prosecution, according to which he can be sentenced to between 11 and 13 years in prison.
3 November 2009

Koricanske stijene: Evidence of Responsibility

The State Prosecution introduces 50 pieces of material evidence at the trial of the six indictees, who are charged with crimes committed at Koricanske stijene.
6 October 2009

Koricanske stijene: Paid for Transportation

The Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina examines Vitomir Lakic and Luka Ignjatovic, driver and co-driver of one of the trucks that stopped at Koricanske stijene on Mount Vlasic on August 21, 1992.
10 September 2009

Koricanske stijene: Appropriate Sentence

Accepting the guilt admission agreement signed by Gordan Djuric and the State Prosecution, the Trial Chamber pronounced him guilty of the crime committed at Koricanske stijene and sentenced him to eight years in prison. By the Court's decision and in line with the Defence's request, following the pronouncement of the verdict Djuric was released from custody while certain prohibiting measures were instituted against him.