After a trial that lasted nearly five years, the case involving the Bosnian Army attack on the village of Trusina ended. Five former members of the Bosnian Army will receive their verdicts on Tuesday, September 01.
The Bosnian state court will hand down a verdict in the trial of Mensur Memic, Dzevad Salcin, Senad Hakalovic, Nedzad Hodzic and Nihad Bojadzic on July 13. The defendants have been charged with committing war crimes in the village of Trusina, near Konjic, on July 13, 1993.
On the third day of closing statements, defense attorney Vasvija Vidovic said there was no written order which demonstrated that her client, Nihad Bojadzic, had commanded an attack on the village of Trusina in the municipality of Konjic.
During the first day of closing statements in the trial of five former Bosnian Army soldiers, Nihad Bojadzics defense attorney described what she perceived to be irregularities in the trial. Bojadzic and others have been charged with war crimes in Trusina, in the municipality of Konjic.