Testifying in defense of Drago Koncar, a witness said the defendant used to visit her family in the village of Jaruge in the municipality of Prijedor during the war. She said she never heard that he committed any crimes.
Testifying at the trial of three former members of the Bosnian Serb Army charged with war crimes in the vicinity of Prijedor, a defense witness described the beginning of interethnic tension and conflict in the area.
A defendant in the trial of three former Bosnian Serb soldiers charged with war crimes in the Prijedor area in 1992 testified at today’s hearing. Defendant Drago Koncar said he was keeping watch with defendant Mitar Vlasenko when captured Bosniak civilians were brought to them.
A statement given by a state prosecution witness was read at the trial of former Bosnian Serb Army soldiers Mitar Vlasenko, Rade Vlasenko and Rade Koncar. In the statement, the witness said her late husband told her he saw the bodies of eight murdered Bosniak civilians next to a house in Kozarac in May 1992.
A state prosecution witness testifying at the trial of Mitar Vlasenko, Rade Vlasenko and Drago Koncar described how she found out that her husband and son had been killed. The defendants have been charged with war crimes in the Prijedor area.
A state prosecution witness testifying at the trial of Rade Vlasenko, Mitar Vlasenko and Drago Koncar said he was abducted from the basement of his family home and taken to a house owned by Mitar Vlasenko’s parents in May 1992.