The Hague war crimes court rejected a request to review the life sentence handed down to Bosnian Serb paramilitary unit leader Milan Lukic for committing crimes against humanity in the town of Visegrad.
Wartime paramilitary leader Milan Lukic, who was sentenced to life in prison by the Hague Tribunal for committing crimes against humanity in Visegrad in Bosnia, asked the UN court to review his verdict.
Veteran Hague Tribunal judge Jean-Claude Antonetti has withdrawn from the chamber making the final decision on Serb paramilitary Milan Lukics bid to overturn his life sentence, arguing that he is not impartial.
The first Defence witnesses in the trial of Oliver Krsmanovics say that they were abused during their detention in Uzamnica military barracks in Visegrad in 1992, but they do not mention the indictee.
Prosecution witness OK-7 says at the trial of Oliver Krsmanovic, who is charged with crimes in Visegrad, that she saw the shooting of men on the Drina River banks in the spring of 1992 and her neighbours being taken away from Dusce village.