Milorad Obradovic, who is accused of taking part in the illegal arrests and torture of 120 Bosniaks in Prijedor in 1992 and personally killing three people, was sent to Bosnia from Germany to stand trial.
The Bosnian prosecution said on Wednesday that the German authorities have extradited Bosnian Serb ex-fighter Milorad Obradovic, alias Stiven, who is suspected of committing war crimes in Miska Glava in the Prijedor municipality in July 1992.
Obradovic was flown to Bosnia and Herzegovina after he was located, identified and arrested in Munich.
He is suspected of taking part in the illegal arrests and torture of 120 Bosniaks in Miska Glava near Prijedor, who were later killed in the nearby town of Ljubija.
“He is personally suspected of killing three Bosniaks,” said the Bosnian prosecution.
The Bosnian state court is currently trying ten people for war crimes in Miska Glava.
Slobodan Taranjac, Slobodan Knezevic, Milodrag Glusac, Ranko Babic, Ranko Dosenovic and Rade Zekanovic are charged with with ordering or failing to stop or punish the detention of civilians who were held in inhumane conditions in the culture house in Miska Glava and tortured.
Zdravko Panic, Trivo Vukic, Milan Vukic and Marinko Prastalo are also charged with killing 11 men. Taranjac, Glusac, Babic and Dosenovic are accused of concealing the crime.
Taranjac was charged as president of the Crisis Committee in Ljubija and head of the local civil authorities, Glusac as deputy commander of the Sixth Ljubija Battalion of the Bosnian Serb Army’s 43rd Brigade, Babic as first operative officer of the Sixth Ljubija Battalion, and Dosenovic as the battalion’s assistant commander for security.
The others were charged as members of the Bosnian Serb Army’s Miskoglavska Company and the military and civil police.