City: Teslic


19. July 2018.
Three former members of the police force in the town of Teslic in Bosnia’s Serb-dominated Republika Srpska entity were charged with involvement in the wartime persecution of dozens of Bosniaks and Bosnian Croats in 1992. The Bosnian state prosecution on Thursday charged Dusan Kuzmanovic, Predrag Markocevic and Marinko Djuric, who were commanding officers at the Teslic police station during the war, with committing crimes against humanity in 1992.


12. July 2018.
Five former Bosnian Serb military policemen were sentenced to a total of 82 years in prison for their role in the killings of 28 Bosniak civilians on Mount Borje near Teslic in 1992. The Bosnian state court on Thursday convicted Dragan Marjanovic, Sasa Gavranovc, Vitomir Devic, Zoran Sljuka and Dragomir Kezunovic of taking 28 Bosniak civilians from the Teslic police station and Pribinic prison on the night between June 17 and 18, 1992 to Mount Borje, where they were all killed.


22. December 2016.
Former policeman Nebojsa Mirovic was charged with involvement in detaining, torturing and beating dozens of Bosniaks from the Teslic area in the spring and summer of 1992. The Bosnian state prosecution filed a war crimes indictment on Thursday against Mirovic, alias ‘Neso’ and ‘Srbijanac’, accusing him of unlawfully detaining Bosniaks in the Teslic area, separating the men from the others, and then violently abusing the prisoners.


16. November 2016.
Former Bosnian Serb Army serviceman Pero Radisic was sentenced to two years in prison for abusing two civilians in the Teslic area in 1994. The state court in Sarajevo on Wednesday found ex-soldier Pero Radisic guilty of committing crimes against the civilian population in the Teslic area during wartime.


14. October 2016.
A prosecution witness told the trial of six former Bosnian Serb fighters that he saw the beating and killing of detained Bosniaks and Croat civilians in Kotor-Varos in 1992. Witness Sefik Varosic told the state court in Sarajevo on Friday that he was captured by soldiers in the village of Vrbanjica in the Kotor-Varos municipality on June 25, 1992, detained in terrible conditions and beaten.