City: Konjic

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26. February 2020.
Former Territorial Defence force fighter Agan Ramic went on trial for hitting a minor in the village of Brdjani in the Konjic area in the summer of 1992.

The trial of Agan Ramic, who is accused a mistreating a minor while serving with the municipal headquarters of the Bosnian Army’s Territorial Defence force in Konjic during the war in 1992, opened on Wednesday at the state court in Sarajevo.

The indictment alleges that Ramic went to minor Sinisa Zivak’s house in the village of Brdjani in the Konjic area in the summer of 1992 and asked the boy to catch a lamb for him.

Zivak managed to catch a lamb but the defendant was not satisfied with it and started hitting the boy. Other Territorial Defence fighters then joined in.

As a result of the beating, Zivak suffered physically and mentally and had blood in his urine for the next few days, the indictment claims.

Under the original indictment, defendant Agan Ramic was charged alongside Esad Ramic, Omer Boric, Sefik Niksic, Adnan Alikadic, Mitko Pirkic, Redzo Balic, Hamed Lukomirko, Safaudin Cosic, Muhamed Cakic, Ismet Hebibovic, Enes Jahic, Senadin Cibo, Zeljko Simunovic and Zdenko Grbavac, with having committed crimes against the Serb civilian population in the Konjic area between May 1992 and May 1993.

However, his case was separated from the others’ case because he was unavailable to the Bosnian judiciary at the time.

The trial continues on March 4. After that, his case will be rejoined with the case against the others, the presiding judge said.


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8. May 2019.

Fourteen ex-fighters went on trial for crimes against humanity, accused of the murders, imprisonment, rape, torture and mistreatment of Serbs in the Konjic area in 1992 and 1993. Prosecutor Marijana Cobovic told the Bosnian state court at the start of the trial on Wednesday that the 14 defendants were responsible for the murders, detentions, rape, torture and mistreatment of the Serb population in Konjic, as well as burning their property and the local Orthodox church.


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27. December 2018.

The former commander of the Bosnian Army’s Fourth Corps, Ramiz Drekovic, was indicted for committing a war crime by ordering artillery attacks on a Serb-populated village in the Konjic area in 1995. The Bosnian state prosecution on Thursday charged Ramiz Drekovic with ordering artillery attacks on the Serb-populated village of Kalinovik near Konjic in 1995.