As the trial for crimes in Sarajevo continues, the Defence of Ramiz Avdovic presents material evidence with which it wants to prove that military police of the Territorial Defence of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina arrested Sarajevo citizens in 1992 and had an authority to release them to liberty.
As the trial for crimes in Sarajevo continues, the Defence of Ramiz Avdovic introduces material evidence with which it wants to prove that the Higher Court in Sarajevo participated in ordering suspects into custody and processing them at the beginning of the armed conflicts.
The State Prosecution requests the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina to extend custody for Besim Muderizovic and Ramiz Avdovic, who are suspected of crimes in the Viktor Bubanj military barracks in Sarajevo.
The Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina orders one-month custody for Besim Muderizovic and Ramiz Avdovic, who are suspected of crimes in Sarajevo, explaining that they might influence witnesses and accomplices and that public order might be disturbed.
The Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina requests an extension of custody for the three indictees, who are charged with crimes in the Kotor-Varos area, due to a possibility that witnesses may be influenced, because a
protected witness received threats.