Former reservist policeman Milorad Krunic has been charged with crimes against humanity for his alleged involvement in the killing of six civilians in the Sanski Most area in 1992.
The Bosnian state court has confirmed an indictment charging former reservist policeman Milorad Krunic, a citizen of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia, with crimes against humanity, BIRN has learned.
The indictment alleges that Krunic supervised the transportation of male civilian prisoners from detention facilities in a sports hall and a factory in Sanski Most to the Manjaca detention camp on June 11, 1992.
According to the charges, Krunic separated six prisoners from the others and then participated in murdering them by the roadside between Pavici and Hazici.
The indictment claims that his crime was committed as part of a widespread and systematic attack on the Bosniak and Croat civilian population in the municipality of Sanski Most by the Bosnian Serb Army, along with police officers and paramilitaries.