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On the basis of the court experts findings Prosecutor Amela Mustafic proposed that the statements given by these witnesses during the investigation be read in the courtroom.
Defence attorney Dragan Oparnica disagreed with the proposal, because he considered that there were no health-related obstacles to having these witnesses appear in court and testify.
The Defence proposed to recruit its own expert. The Trial Chamber chaired by Muhamed Avdic accepted the proposal and ordered the Defence to have the findings ready by the next hearing.
By next week the Defence is due to submit material evidence and the names of eight witnesses whom it wants to examine with the aim of proving the indictees innocence.
Monika Karan-Ilic is charged in eight counts with having participated in the torture and inhumane treatment of detained civilians in Luka detention camp and Public Safety Station in Brcko in 1992.
The trial is due to continue on October 15.