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10 August 2011

Court Experts: An Unnecessary Expense?

There are some who believe, particularly the victims of war crimes, that the expert analysis of indictees, which decides whether an indictee is fit to stand trial for war crimes before the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, is in fact an unnecessary drain on budgetary resources and obstructs the court proceedings.
10 March 2011

Radic et al: 69 Years for Crimes Committed in Vojno

Marko Radic, Dragan Sunjic, Damir Brekalo and Mirko Vracevic have been found guilty, under a second instance verdict, of murder, rape, torture and other inhumane acts committed against Bosniaks in Vojno, and their sentences have been reduced by 11 years.
18 February 2011

Radic et al: Doubts over Veracity of Witness Statements

Presenting its closing statements at the retrial for crimes committed in Vojno, near Mostar, the Defence of indictee Dragan Sunjic says that the Prosecution has not proved the crimes for which he is charged, calling on the Appellate Chamber to render a verdict of release.
16 February 2011

Radic et al: Prosecution Asks for Longer Prison Sentences

Presenting its closing statement at the retrial for crimes committed in Vojno, near Mostar, the Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina asked the Court to pronounce longer imprisonment sentences against the four indictees.

11 February 2011

Radic et al: “Amateur” Recording of Exchange

At the retrial of four former members of the Croatian Defence Council, HVO, for crimes committed in Vojno, near Mostar, a recording of an exchange of civilians made in December 1993 was shown in the courtroom.
9 February 2011

Radic et al: “Collection Center” in Vojno

At the retrial for crimes committed in Vojno, near Mostar, Major-General Slavko Puljic testifies again in defence of indictee Marko Radic and say he heard about “the existence of the detention camp”.
22 October 2010

Radic et al: New Defence Attorney for First Indictee

The Appellate Chamber of the State Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina has released attorney Dragan Barbaric from his duties. Ragib Hodzic from Zenica will now serve as indictee Marko Radic’s attorney.
28 September 2010

Radic et al: Sudden Replacement of Defence Attorney

The retrial for crimes committed against detainees in Vojno, near Mostar, has been postponed due to the replacement of the Defence attorney for indictee Marko Radic, who revoked the power of attorney for Dragan Barbaric.

24 September 2010

Radic et al: Sadistic Cruelty

A protected Prosecution witness testified at the retrial of four former members of the Croatian Defence Council, HVO, and said he was beaten up and tortured several times during the course of his detention at the Vojno detention camp, near Mostar.
16 September 2010

Radic et al: Large Number of Protected Witnesses

At the appeals trial of four indictees accused of crimes committed in the Mostar municipality, the Defence complained about the large number of protected prosecution witnesses.
28 May 2010

Radic et al: Retrial to Begin on July 6

The retrial of four indictees who are charged with crimes against humanity committed in Vojno, near Mostar, is due to begin before the Appellate Chamber of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina on Tuesday, July 6.

16 March 2010

Radic et al: Increased Sentences or Retrial

The Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina calls for an increase in the sentences handed down to the three indictees convicted of crimes committed in Vojno, near Mostar, while the Defence calls for the first instance verdict to be overturned and a retrial to be conducted.
27 February 2009

Support to "innocent convicts"

A first-instance verdict pronounced by the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina for crimes committed in Vojno detention camp is greeted with anger by Croat associations. 
27 November 2008

Radic et al: Ultimatums in courtroom

Dragan Sunjic expresses his suspicion that the evidence, introduced by his Defence, will not be considered unless explained in detail at the main trial.
23 September 2008

Radic et al: Collecting prisoners

Former commander of the Second Brigade claims he did not bring prisoners from Heliodrom, although there is a document which indicates that he was responsible for that.