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People: Mandic Momcilo
2 December 2013

Unilateral Moves

Testifying as the Prosecution’s expert at Ratko Mladic’s trial at The Hague, historian Patrick Treanor says that Serb leaders undertook a series of unilateral moves in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1991 and 1992 with the aim of establishing their own state.

14 February 2013

Karadzic: Division of Police as Trigger for War

Testifying in defence of Radovan Karadzic, former Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina Vitomir Zepinic says that, on the eve of the war the indictee advocated for separation of Serbs from Bosniaks and Croats, but he referred to “political and cultural”, not “physical” separation.
28 December 2012

Vlahovic: A destructive and murderous character

The State Prosecution believes they have proven that Veselin Vlahovic known as “Batko” is guilty of all offences, as outlined in the indictment. They stated, furthermore, that even the highest sentence possible for these offences is not sufficient to punish Vlahovic for the reign of terror he brought to the Sarajevo neighborhoods of Grbavica, Vraca and Kovacici in 1992.
6 December 2012

Karadzic: Crimes in Grbavica

The witness for Radovan Karadzic’s defence denied that Bosniaks and Croats were expelled from the Sarajevo neighbourhood of Grbavica in the autumn of 1992.
24 April 2012

Karadzic: Crimes to Be Solved Later

Former Prime Minister of Republika Srpska Branko Djeric says at Radovan Karadzic’s trial at The Hague that, despite his warning, in 1992 the indictee did not want to deal with war crimes committed by Serb forces, saying that they could be dealt with later.
7 July 2011

Karadzic: Distribution of Functions

Testifying at Radovan Karadzic's trial, a Hague Prosecution expert witness says that, in October 1991 the Serb side had a plan about the possibilities for the decentralisation of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, MUP of the then Socialist Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
22 July 2010

Karadzic: Circus that nobody wants to watch

Though the trial of Radovan Karadzic is still in the early stages, many in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia have lost interest in the process with some analysts likening it to a circus.
15 July 2010

Karadzic: Mistakes Made in Organisation of SAOs

The Republic Srpska’s former minister of justice told the trial of Radovan Karadzic that the government fought against the detention of civilians in Serbian autonomous regions, SAOs, in 1992.
14 July 2010

Karadzic: Starting from Scratch

The Republika Srpska, RS, government tried to employ members of all ethnic groups during the war, said Momcilo Mandic in his third week of testimony before the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, ICTY.
6 July 2010

Karadzic: No ethnic Cleansing by RS Government

Momcilo Mandic told the trial of Radovan Karadzic that some individuals performed ethnic cleansing of the non-Serbian population in Bosnia and Herzegovina during the war, but that they did not do it on behalf of the Republika Srpska, RS, government.
1 July 2010

Karadzic: Mandic promises “justice and truth”

Republika Srpska’s former justice minister has asked the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, ICTY, if he could be considered a court rather than a prosecution witness.

20 May 2010

Lalovic and Skiljevic: Complete Denial of Indictment

In its closing arguments the Defence of Radoje Lalovic, who is charged with crimes committed in "Butmir" Penal and Correctional Facility in Kula, near Sarajevo, called on the Trial Chamber to pronounce a verdict of acquittal.
24 September 2009

Lalovic and Skiljevic: Registering detainees

A former policeman claims that only small groups of non-Serb detainees were registered in Kula. 
1 September 2009

Mandic: Awaiting Appellate Chamber's Decision

The Defence of Momcilo Mandic Dismisses the Prosecution's first-instance verdict appeal, calling it "irrational and emotional".
9 July 2009

Mandic: Health Problems of the Judge and Indictee

Due to the poor health of a member of the Appellate Chamber the presentation of the Prosecution's first-instance verdict appeal in the case of Momcilo Mandic has been postponed until August.