Former Bosnian Serb soldier Radomir Susnjar, charged with participating in the murder of 57 people in the Visegrad area in 1992, pleaded not guilty on Friday before the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The Bosnian state prosecution presented a statement given by a deceased witness at the trial of eight former members of the Bosnian Serb Army. The statement described the disappearance and death of civilians in the village of Karacici.
In todays hearing of the Goran Popovic trial, prosecutor Seid Marusic gave his closing statements. He said the existence of a widespread and systematic attack against the non-Serb population in Visegrad has been proven, and that Popovic deliberately undertook actions that were a part of that attack.
The court of Bosnia and Herzegovina was not able to come to a decision on imposing custody measures for former Bosnian Serb fighters Ilija Vukasinovic, Milos Vukasinovic, Pero Radovic, and Sasa Perkovic, because the state prosecution did not clearly phrase its request for custody measures.
Presenting its closing statement, the Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina, BiH, requests long-term imprisonment for Dragan Sekaric, who is charged with crimes against Bosniaks in the Visegrad and Gorazde area in 1992.
Testifying at the trial of Dragan Sekaric for crimes in Visegrad and Gorazde, a Defence witness says that the indictee visited refugees on Mount Zlatibor, Serbia, twice during 1992 and that he brought them presents.
As the trial of Dragan Sekaric for crimes in Visegrad and Gorazde continues, the Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina, BiH, gives up the examination of two witnesses and presents one piece of material evidence.