City: Bosanska Krupa

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8. January 2020.
The court upheld the verdict acquitting former policemen Jadranko Saran, Samir Sabic and Zijad Kadic of war crimes against civilians and prisoners of war in Bosanska Krupa in Bosnia in 1995 and 1996.

The appeals chamber of the Bosnian state court has upheld the first-instance verdict acquitting ex-policemen Jadranko Saran, Samir Sabic and Zijad Kadic of wartime crimes against civilians and prisoners of war, one of the men’s lawyers told BIRN on Wednesday.

The court also upheld their acquittal of unjustifiably delaying prisoners’ release, said lawyer Zlatan Nanic, who represents defendant Kadic.

Saran, Sabic and Kadic were initially acquitted in May 2019 of the unlawful detention of civilians, murder and inhumane treatment at several buildings in Bosanska Krupa in north-western Bosnia between September 1995 and July 1996.

According to the charges, Saran was the chief of the police’s Public Security Station in Bosanska Krupa, Sabic was commander of the police department in Jasenica and Kadic was a policeman.


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5. November 2019.

The Bosnian prosecution appealed against the verdict acquitting former policemen Jadranko Saran, Samir Sabic and Zijad Kadic of war crimes against civilians and prisoners of war in Bosanska Krupa in 1995 and 1996. The Bosnian prosecution on Tuesday appealed against the first-instance verdict acquitting former policemen Jadranko Saran, Samir Sabic and Zijad Kadic of unlawfully detaining civilians, as well as murder and inhumane treatment at several detention facilities in Bosanska Krupa between September 1995 and July 1996.



23. November 2016.

Police arrested former Bosnian Army soldiers Safet Isakovic and Nisvet Poric on suspicion of involvement in the killing of three Serb prisoners of war in Bosanska Krupa in 1995. Bosnian State Investigation and Protection Agency officers on Wednesday arrested ex-soldiers Isakovic and Poric, who are suspected of crimes against prisoners of war in the Bosanska Krupa area in July 1995.