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1 September 2015

Hague Tribunal Judge Quits Milan Lukic Case

Veteran Hague Tribunal judge Jean-Claude Antonetti has withdrawn from the chamber making the final decision on Serb paramilitary Milan Lukic’s bid to overturn his life sentence, arguing that he is not impartial.
6 July 2015

Milan Lukic Sentenced to Nine Years in Prison

The cantonal court of Bihac has sentenced Milan Lukic to nine years in prison for war crimes in Kljuc.

27 May 2015

Conflicting Testimony on Lukic’s Involvement in Pudin Han Murders

A witness statement was read at today’s hearing of the Milan Lukic trial. Midheta Kumalic, the witness, said in her statement that Lukic was with the soldiers who killed her husband in the village of Pudin Han in Kljuc in 1992.

5 May 2015

Victims Died Violent Death, Says Court Expert at Lukic Trial

A witness testifying at the Milan Lukic trial said he heard that a man named Bajic and others murdered two civilians in the village of Pudin Han.
7 April 2015

Witnesses Describe Lukic’s Involvement in Civilian Abuse in Kljuc

A witness testifying for the cantonal prosecution of Bihac said Milan Lukic beat him and abducted his uncle from his home in Kljuc in the summer of 1992.
16 March 2015

Witness Claims Lukic Was Never a Suspect in Pudin Han Killings

Testifying at the Milan Lukic trial, witness Milanko Marjanovic told the cantonal court in Bihac that residents from the village of Pudin Han didn’t tell him that Lukic was a suspect in the killing of two people.
12 March 2015

Milan Lukic Demands Jail Transfer from Estonia

Milan Lukic, who was sentenced to life in prison for crimes committed in Visegrad, wants to be transferred from an Estonian prison due to the language barrier and because his family lives far away.
19 February 2015

Witnesses Describe Civilian Killings at Milan Lukic Trial

Witnesses testifying at the Milan Lukic trial described the defendant’s involvement in the murders of civilians  Ibrahim Draganovic and Ibrahim Kumalic in 1992.
11 February 2015

Guards Did not Mistreat Detainees in Uzamnica, Witnesses Say

Defense witnesses at the trial of former Uzamnica camp guard Goran Popovic said that the camp guards didn’t mistreat detainees, but rather paramilitary formations led by Bosnian Serb commander Milan Lukic.

3 February 2015

Audio Recordings of Testimony in Lukic Case Played at Krsmanovic Trial

Two protected witnesses who had previously testified against Serb paramilitary leader Milan Lukic at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) had their testimony replayed at the trial of Oliver Krsmanovic, an alleged accomplice of Lukic.

22 January 2015

Lukic's Trial Begins anew

The trial of Milan Lukic, who is charged with crimes against civilians in Kljuc municipality, begins anew before the Cantonal Court in Bihac.
7 January 2015

Extradition of Fighter Accused of Burning Bosniaks Delayed

A French appeals court postponed its decision on the extradition of a former Bosnian Serb fighter suspected of participating in burning dozens of Bosniak civilians alive in Visegrad in 1992.
10 December 2014

18 years ago: What Ranisavljevic said about the crime in Strpci

Nebojsa Ranisavljevic is the only one who was sentenced for the kidnapping and killing of passengers from a train in Strpci (municipality of Rudo). During the investigation, which was held 18 years ago, he mentioned the names of several people claiming that they have participated in this crime along with him. Three of them were arrested late last week.

26 November 2014

Witness Remembers Gorazdak

Testifying at the trial of Dragan Sekaric, a State Prosecution witness says that Milan Lukic took her husband Hamed from Haniste village on May 25, 1992 and that Gorazdak was present there at that moment.  
19 November 2014

Incidents against Serbs in Visegrad

Testifying at the trial for crimes in Visegrad, a Defence witness says that, following the breakout of war conflicts, the Bosniak population moved out of the town voluntarily.