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Bojadzic was also found guilty on nine counts of inhumane treatment, mistreatment and abuse of prisoners of war who were members of the Croatian Defence Council, the Bosnian Croat wartime force.
“The court finds that the defendant’s guilt has been proved beyond reasonable doubt,” said the appeals chamber’s presiding judge, Redzib Begic.
Bojadzic was sentenced to five years’ imprisonment and six years for the prisoner abuses, and the court ruled that he should serve a cumulative sentence of ten years in jail.
However he was also sentenced to 15 years in another case last year for committing crimes in the village of Trusina, near Konjic in 1993, and judge Begic said that he should serve a single sentence of 15 years for both the Jablanica and Trusina crimes.