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People: Culibrk Dobrivoj
24 February 2015

Bjelosevic Released from Custody

The Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina has released Andrija Bjelosevic from custody. Bjelosevic has spent approximately half a year in custody.
23 February 2015

Prosecution Requests Extension of Custody Measures for Bjelosevic

The Bosnian state prosecution has asked for a thirty day extension of custody measures for Andrija Bjelosevic.
23 December 2014

Custody for Doboj and Teslic Crimes Suspects Terminated

The Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, BiH, terminates custody of three persons, who are suspected of crimes in the area of Teslic and Doboj, and orders prohibiting measures against them.

22 December 2014

Request for the extension of custody for three suspects

The State prosecution requested the extension of custody for Andrija Bjelosevic, Milan Savic and Dusan Kuzmanovic who are suspected for crimes in the areas of Teslic and Doboj, and the Defence objected to that request.
23 October 2014

Nine Suspects Ordered back into Custody

The Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, BiH, accepts a State Prosecution’s appeal and orders nine persons, who are suspected of crimes in the Doboj and Teslic area, back into custody.
 

2 October 2014

Prosecution Complains about Release of Nine Suspects

The Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina, BiH, announces an appeal against a decision, ordering release of Andrija Bjelosevic and eight other persons, who are suspected of crimes in the Doboj and Teslic area.
29 September 2014

Custody Extension for Nine Suspects Requested

The State Prosecution requests an extension of custody for nines persons, who are suspected of crimes in Doboj and Teslic. The Defence teams consider the motion unfounded, so they propose prohibiting measures instead.

3 September 2014

Custody for 13 Suspects Ordered

The State Court ordered one-month custody for thirteen people, who are suspected of crimes in Doboj and Teslic but the Defence teams object to the motion.
1 September 2014

Bosnia Arrests 13 War Crimes Suspects

The Bosnian State Investigation and Protection Agency arrested 13 people on suspicion of taking part in crimes against humanity, including over 40 murders, in Doboj and Teslic in 1992.