Boris Bosnjak, Miodrag Grubacic and Ilija Djajic, who were convicted of mistreating and abusing Bosniak and Croat civilian detainees held at a military barracks in Bileca in 1992, had their sentences reduced on appeal.
The Bosnian court sentenced Boris Bosnjak, Miodrag Grubacic and Ilija Djajic to a total of 21 years in prison for the inhumane treatment of Bosniak and Croat civilian detainees held at a military barracks in Bileca in 1992.
Lawyers for former camp guards accused of committing crimes against humanity against Bosniak and Croat detainees at a former military barracks in Bileca in 1992 urged the Bosnian state court to acquit them.
A prosecution witness at the trial of Brcko’s wartime presidency chief Djordje Ristanic said prisoners were beaten and killed while he was detained in April 1992, and that he saw the defendant at one detention site.
Former Bosnian Serb policemen Goran Vujovic, Miroslav Duka and Zeljko Ilic were sentenced to a total of 23 years in prison for crimes against humanity in Bileca in 1992.
The Bosnian state court found Vujovic, Duka and Ilic guilty on Friday of taking part in the abuse and torture of Bosniak and Croat civilians at the police station in Bileca and in a student dormitory in the southern town.