In the new edition of TV Justice we’ll be talking about crimes committed in Foca during the war, which are commemorated in August. In the spring and summer of 1992, members of the non-Serb population were held in detention facilities, raped, killed and deported. More than 600 people who went missing during that period are still being looked for, and surviving victims and people who returned to Foca after the war are struggling to overcome its legacy without the support of the authorities.
Bosnia and Herzegovina’s top international official imposed a ban on the glorification of war criminals and urged municipal authorities to remove murals of convicted offenders like Ratko Mladic – but many have ignored him.
Former Bosnian Serb Army soldier Ranko Radulovic, a Montenegrin citizen, pleaded not guilty to attacking Bosniaks, committing rape, taking hostages and destroying property in the Foca area of Bosnia during the war in 1992.