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The Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina confirmed the Indictment against Vaso Todorovic, former member of the Second Special Police Squad from Sekovici. Todorovic is charged with genocide in Srebrenica in July 1995.
The Prosecution considers that Todorovic, among other things, participated in the forcible resettlement of Bosniaks from Srebrenica on July 12, 1995 and guarded the Bratunac-Konjevic Polje road, which was taken by the buses and trucks, full of civilians.
In addition Todorovic is charged with participating in the capture of several thousands of men, who “tried to escape the protected zone through the forest” and escorting the convoy, consisting of several hundreds of prisoners, towards the , “knowing that they were going to be killed.”
“After the captured Bosniaks were detained and killed, Vaso Todorovic guarded them, in order to prevent the detainees from escaping,” reads the indictment.
Todorovic has been held in custody since his arrest in April 2008.
The State Court is conducting a trial against eleven former members of the Second Special Police Squad and Republika Srpska Army, VRS, who are charged with genocide in Kravica on July 13, 1995.
Zoran Tomic, who was arrested on June 2, 2008, and Radomir Vukovic, who is held in the extradition prison in Serbia, are suspected of the same criminal act. It is expected that Vukovic will be extradited to the local judicial organs. Available data suggest that the two men were members of the Second Special Police Squad from Sekovici.
The trial against Milorad Trbic, former security officer of the VRS Brigade from Zvornik, is ongoing before the State Court for genocide in Srebrenica.