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.
At the trial of eight Serb ex-soldiers and police officers for an attack on Bosniak civilians in Lokanj near Zvornik in 1992, a prosecution witness said a police colleague told him local residents killed the victims. Prosecution witness Raco Jovanovic, a former policeman with the Interventions Unit of the Public Security Station in Ugljevik, […]
A prosecution witness at the trial of Jovan Tintor for crimes against humanity in Vogosca said the defendant threatened to kill all the Bosniaks in the area in May 1992.
Prosecution witness Bilal Hasanovic, the former president of the Vogosca Municipal Assembly, told the state court in Sarajevo on Monday that in May 1992, Tintor, who was the head of the Serb Crisis Committee in the area at the time, threatened to “kill all your people in Vogosca”.
Testifying at the trial of nine former Bosnian Serb fighters charged with war crimes in the Zvornik area, a state prosecution witness described locations where Bosniaks from Teocak were killed after being captured in the village of Gornji Lokanj.
Testifying at the trial of nine defendants charged with war crimes in the Zvornik area, a state prosecution witness said all the inhabitants of the village of Lokanj knew about the murder of Bosniaks from Teocak. The victims were civilians captured during combat.
Testifying at the trial of nine former Bosnian Serb fighters charged with crimes in the Zvornik area, a state prosecution witness said he saw captured Bosniaks at two locations in the village of Lokanj in the municipality of Zvornik. He said the captives included men, women and children.
A state prosecution witness testifying at the trial of nine former members of Bosnian Serb police and military forces said he was at the front of a convoy that was attacked while traveling from Teocak to territory controlled by the Bosnian Army on July 14, 1992.
A state prosecution witness testifying at the trial of nine former Bosnian Serb police and military officials said he fled Serb-controlled Teocak and reached Bosnian Army controlled territory in the municipality of Zvornik by travelling through the woods. He said many civilians who fled with him were captured and killed by Bosnian Serb forces.