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People: Stupar Milos
20 March 2014

Freed Indictees Seek Higher Damages for Custody

Acquitted war crime indictees are not satisfied with the amounts they are being offered for the time they spent behind bars.
16 May 2013

Days Spent in Custody Replaced with More Than 380,000 Convertible Marks

The state must pay more than 380,000 Marks (190,000 Euros) to former war crimes indictees as compensation for the time they spent in custody before being acquitted by the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina. However many of the former indictees are still unhappy.

30 December 2010

More than three hundred years of imprisonment

In its sixth year of operation, the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina Chamber for War Crimes sentenced 15 persons to a total of 156 years in prison, and acquitted seven, while the Prosecutor's Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina claims that they are also investigating one thousand suspects over war crimes offences.
22 April 2010

Retrial of Milos Stupar Completed

The retrial of Milos Stupar, former Commander of the Second Special Police Squad from Sekovici, who is charged with participation in the Srebrenica genocide, has been completed with the presentation of material evidence.
4 December 2009

Stevanovic: Acquitted of Genocide Charges

The Appellate Chamber of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina acquits Miladin Stevanovic of charges that he committed genocide in Srebrenica in July 1995.
23 November 2009

Ivanovic: Promised salvation

A Prosecution witness says that General Ratko Mladic made a promise, in July 1995, to captured men from Srebrenica, telling them they would be saved.
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.
27 October 2009

Kravica: Sentences Reduced

The Appellate Chamber of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina renders a verdict in the case of 10 members of the Second Special Police Squad from Sekovici, ordering the retrial of one of them and reducing sentences against six others.
15 October 2009

Srebrenica Survivors Await Next Genocide Verdict

Two verdicts of genocide have already been pronounced for the slaughter of around 8,,000 men in Srebrenica in 1995. If Milorad Trbic is convicted of the same high crime, it will be a third.
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.
27 August 2009

Ivanovic: Another Trial Begins for Kravica Crime

With the reading of the indictment and the presentation of introductory arguments before the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Sarajevo, another trial for genocide committed in Srebrenica in July 1995 has begun.
27 February 2009

Vukovic and Tomic: Certain Activities

A Prosecution witness speaks about activities of the Second Special Police Squad from Sekovici in the Srebrenica area in July 1995.
28 July 2008

Kravica: July 13, 1995: Witnesses Recall Massacres

Witnesses in the first genocide trial conducted in Bosnia and Herzegovina describe what happened in Kravica on July 13, when about 1,000 Bosniaks were shot dead.
18 July 2008

Kravica: Absurd indictement

The two last Defence teams present their closing arguments, denying that genocide was committed in Kravica and their clients participated in the murder of Srebrenica residents.
14 July 2008

Kravica: A fair decision expected

Two Defence teams present their closing arguments at the first trial for the Srebrenica genocide, calling for a verdict of release for the former policemen.