The Bosnian prosecution charged 15 former guards with crimes against civilians and prisoners of war who were detained at the Military-Investigative Prison in Banja Luka, known as Mali Logor, from 1992 to 1995.
In less than two years, the Banja Luka police has filed at least 160 charges against activists seeking justice in the Dragan Dragicevic case – which experts see this as open intimidation of free citizens by the Bosnian Serb authorities.
The Republic Public Prosecutor’s Office in Bosnia’s Serb-dominated Republika Srpska entity said it is still conducting an investigation into Zikrija Krkic for allegedly financing terrorism, after a Norwegian court jailed him for murder.
The Supreme Court in Bosnia’s Republika Srpska entity has yet to hold a session to discuss the prosecution’s appeal against the verdict acquitting Milan Macura of terrorism for allegedly appealing online for people to give him explosives.
More than ten streets, squares, parks and public buildings in Bosnia and Herzegovina have been dedicated to war crime convicts and defendants like Radovan Karadzic and Ratko Mladic, research by BIRN has found.
Bosnia asked Sweden to take over the case against Serb ex-soldier Sinisa Milojcic, who is accused of rape and other wartime crimes, but Swedish law says he can’t be prosecuted now because he was under 21 at the time of the offence.