Interpol has issued a ‘red notice’ for the arrest of former Croatian Defence Council fighter Jozo Djojic, who was found guilty of committing a war crime in Odzak in 1992 but failed to turn up to serve his sentence.
Former Croatian Defence Council fighter Jozo Djojic was sentenced to six years in prison for committing a war crime after being found guilty of raping a woman in the Odzak area in 1992.
The Bosnian state court on Monday convicted Jozo Djojic, a former member of the 102nd Brigade of the Croatian Defence Council, HVO, of the rape of a woman in July 1992.
Former Croatian Defence Council fighter Ilija Juric was sentenced to six years in prison for committing rape in the Odzak area in 1992.
Following a retrial, the appeals chamber of the Bosnian state court on Monday convicted Juric of raping a woman in the Odzak area in 1992, together with other soldiers.
The wife of former Marijan Brnjic said he was not a Croatian Defence Council fighter and was in Germany at the time he allegedly raped a woman in the Odzak area in 1992.
Defence witness Klara Brnjic told the court in Sarajevo on Wednesday that her husband Marijan was in Germany, where his family was living, at the time the crime was committed.
At the trial of four former Bosnian Serb soldiers, a prosecution witness said that he was abused and tortured with electric shocks at a local barracks in the town of Bileca in 1992.
Witness Marinko Pazin told the state court on Tuesday that he was arrested and taken from Rotimlje near Stolac to Bileca, where he was abused in a classroom in the barracks in May 1992.
The cantonal court in Sarajevo has acquitted former Bosnian Army serviceman Azemin Sadikovic for a second time of the killing of four Serb civilians in the Hadzici municipality in May 1992. The court on Wednesday acquitted Azemin Sadikovic of crimes against Serb civilians in the village of Kasatici in the Hadzici municipality. Presiding judge Jasenko […]