At the retrial of Ermin Curtic, a Defence witness recalls an attack on Stupni Do village, saying that he is not sure whether the indictee led the Maturice Unit of the Croatian Defence Council, HVO to that military position.
The retrial of Ermin Curtic, who is charged with crimes against the civilian population in Stupni Do village, Vares municipality, begins before the Cantonal Court in Sarajevo by recording that the indictment has been read.
Following the presentation of closing statements by the Prosecution and Defence at the trial for crimes in Stupni do village, Vares municipality, the Sarajevo Cantonal Court is due to pronounce a verdict against Ermin Curtic on October 31 this year.
The State Court accepts a guilt admission agreement signed between Miroslav Anic and the Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina for participation in an attack on Stupni Do village and schedules the pronouncement of a verdict for Tuesday, May 31.
The Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina has asked the State Court to order a one-month extension of custody for Miroslav Anic, who is suspected of war crimes committed in the Vares and Kiseljak area.
A former member of the Croatian Defence Council, HVO, testifies in defence of Ermin Curtic, who is charged with crimes committed in Stupni Do, and says that he did not see him in the village in October 1993.
A former member of the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina, ABiH, testifying in defence of Ermin Curtic before the Cantonal Court in Sarajevo, says he concluded that the indictee didn't participate in crimes committed in Stupni do village.
The State Court on Wednesday ordered one-month custody for Miroslav Anic, known as Firga, after he pleaded guilty to three counts against him related to crimes committed against civilians and prisoners of war in the Kiseljak and Vares area.
Zeljko Frankovic testifies for the Defence of Ermin Curtic, who is on trial in Sarajevo on charges of participation in crimes committed against Bosniaks in Stupni Do village, Vares municipality, and says the indictee was not present in the village when civilians were killed.