Bosnias state prosecution has requested that nine former Bosnian Serb fighters facing trial for the massacre of civilians remain in custody. Their defense team objected, requesting that the court end the custody period and establish prohibitive measures instead.
Testifying at the trial for crimes in the Sarajevo area before the Cantonal Court in Sarajevo, a Defence witness says that he was wounded in mid-June 1992 and that he saw indictee Goran Sladoje in the Health Centre that day.
The Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina, BiH, requests prohibiting measures against Dragomir Vasic, Danilo Zoljic and Radomir Pantic, who are charged with genocide in Srebrenica, while the Defence teams object to it.
The State Prosecution proposes an extension of prohibiting measures for Predrag Marjanovic, who is charged with crimes in Caparde village, in the then Kalesija municipality, in 1992, while the Defence objects to the proposal.
No one has ever been charged with making a threat against witnesses even though the witnesses themselves complain about the threats that they are receiving and that this is often the reason the Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina orders war crimes suspects into custody.
The trial of Slobodan Bogdanovic and Goran Sladoje, both charged with crimes in Sarajevo, has been postponed before the Cantonal Court in Sarajevo due to the absence of Defence attorney Radivoje Lazarevic.