The UN court in The Hague has rejected requests for early release from three war crimes convicts because they have not shown signs that they have been rehabilitated – a move applauded by Bosnian war victims’ organisation. Bosnian war victims’ representatives have welcomed decisions by Carmel Agius, president of the Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals […]
The first three Defence witnesses, who testify at the trial of Monika Karan-Ilic before the Brcko Basic Court, say that the indictee was in her fathers house at the beginning of May 1992 and that she was sometimes scared and upset.
Testifying in his defence before the Basic Court of Brcko District, Branko Pudic says that he witnessed the beating of prisoners in Luka detention camp in May and June 1992, but he did not participate in that.
Testifying at the trial of Radovan Karadzic, a Hague Prosecution witness says that police and civil authorities were not able to control the organised groups, whose members caused problems in Brcko following the breakout of the conflict in May 1992.