Jezik / Language:
People: Peric Milos
27 August 2014

Defence Challenge Witness Testimony on Rape

Goran Popovic's defence told the trial for crimes in Visegrad that protected witness S-3 did not mention the defendant as a person who forced her into sexual intercourse with other men in the statement she gave after leaving Uzamnica camp.
11 March 2014

Reading out Erdemovic’s statement in court postponed

Reading out the testimony of Drazen Erdemovic at the Aleksandar Cvetkovic’s trial, who is charged with genocide in Srebrenica, was postponed for the next week, because the defence did not receive the statements.
20 January 2014

Prosecution Wants Measures Against Visegrad Susupects

The Bosnian State court has confirmed an indictment charging two former Serb fighters for wartime crimes including murder, rape, torture and persecution in eastern Bosnia in 1992 and 1993, and the Prosecution asked for prohibiting measures.
18 September 2013

Stanisic Refused to Take Captives over

A State Prosecution witness says at the trial for genocide in Srebrenica that indictee Ostoja Stanisic did not want to take over two men who were captured in mid-July 1995.

25 April 2013

Changes to Testimonies Worry Bosnia’s Lawyers

The growing number of witnesses in war crimes trials who suddenly change their testimonies in court concerns judicial experts - who say such changes must be probed.

15 February 2013

Pelemis: Examination of Convict Slavko Peric Proposed

The retrial of Momir Pelemis, who is charged with genocide against Srebrenica residents, begins with reading of the State Prosecution’s indictment and presentation of introductory statements.
14 February 2013

Stanisic and Milosevic: Prosecutor against His Own Witness

A Prosecution witness says at the trial of Ostoja Stanisic and Marko Milosevic, who are charged with genocide against Srebrenica residents, that she did not utter the sentences mentioned in her statement given during the investigation in 2010.

10 May 2012

Neskovic and Ilic: Denying an Attack against Civilians

The Defence of indictee Zoran Ilic presents material evidence in an attempt to prove that the attack by the Republika Srpska Army, VRS in July 1995 was not aimed against civilians, but members of the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina from Srebrenica.
28 September 2011

Neskovic and Ilic: Back to Custody Order Requested

At the trial for crimes in Srebrenica the Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina proposes to the State Court to order indictee Dragan Neskovic back to custody. He was released under prohibiting measures on September 14.
24 November 2010

Neskovic and Ilic: Trial to Begin in December

The trial of Dragan Neskovic and Zoran Ilic, who are charged with crimes committed in Srebrenica, is due to begin on December 22, when introductory arguments will be presented.
23 September 2010

Neskovic and Ilic: (Un)grounded Custody Motion

The State Prosecution has filed a motion requesting the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina to extend custody of Dragan Neskovic and order Zoran Ilic, who has been defending himself while at liberty since January this year, into custody.
13 April 2010

Vukovic and Tomic: Verdict Due on April 22

Following the completion of closing arguments presentation at the trial for genocide committed in Srebrenica, the Trial Chamber schedules the pronouncement of verdicts in the cases of Radomir Vukovic and Zoran Tomic for April 22, 2010.
19 November 2009

Pelemis and Peric: Custody Termination Motion

The Defence of indictee Momir Pelemis files a motion, calling on the Court to terminate custody of his indictee for the sake of "his poor health and easier post-surgery recovery".
30 October 2009

Custody for Srebrenica Three rendered

The State Court rendered a decision to order a one-month custody for Dusko Jevic, Mendeljev Djuric and Zoran Ilic, who are suspected of genocide committed in Srebrenica in 1995.
8 September 2009

Kravica: Seven Appeals

The Prosecution and the Defence of the indictees charged with genocide committed in Srebrenica call on the Court to overturn the first-instance verdict and order a retrial.