A protected witness told the court at the landmark trial in Belgrade for the Srebrenica killings how he witnessed the mass shooting of Bosniak men in a hangar in the village of Kravica in 1995.
Belgrade Higher Court on Friday heard testimony from a protected witness codenamed ‘302’, a former Bosnian Serb fighter who described how Serb forces killed captured Bosniak men from Srebrenica in the nearby village of Kravica.
At an appeals hearing at the Bosnian state court, both the prosecution and the defense proposed that Radomir Vukovic be resentenced according to the Criminal Code of Yugoslavia, which hands down more favourable verdicts for guilty parties in war crimes.
The Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina sentenced fourteen persons to 267 years in prison for the mass killing of approximately 1000 residents of Srebrenica in Kravica, in the municipality of Bratunac. Eight persons have been arrested in Serbia for the same crime.