The state court confirmed former Bosnian Serb soldier Cvijan Tomanic’s seven-year sentence for his involvement in beating and killing one Bosniak civilian and assaulting others in the Zvornik area in 1992.
Mile Vujevic, Vukasin Draskovic, Gojko Stevanovic and Ljiljan Mitrovic were convicted of committing a crime against humanity for their involvement in killing 67 fleeing Bosniak civilians in Lokanj, near Zvornik, in 1992.
The defence lawyer for Vukasin Draskovic said he was not guilty of involvement in Bosnian Serb forces’ attack on a column of fleeing Bosniaks, which led to the killings of at least 67 civilians in July 1992.
Former Bosnian Serb soldier Cvijan Tomanic was sentenced to seven years in prison for his involvement in beating and killing one ethnic Albanian civilian and assaulting others in the Zvornik area in 1992.
Nine months after Adem Kostjerevac was extradited from the US, the Bosnian court threw out charges against the former Bosnian Army military policeman who was accused of raping a Serb woman during the war in 1992.
Mirsada Tursunovic, who was raped by a soldier at a detention camp during the Bosnian war, explains how it took 17 years to overcome her fear of being socially ostracised and give evidence against her attacker.