Witnesses who are granted protection measures and appear at war crime trials before the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, say that their identity is often uncovered, forcing them into a life of fear because of threats and pressure.
The Defence of Suad Kapic, who has been sentenced to 17 years in prison for crimes committed in the Sanski Most area, will file an appeal with the third-instance chamber, which has the power to overturn the verdict.
The trial chamber in the case of former Bosnian Serb policeman from Visegrad, Boban Simsic will carry out a reconstruction of events at alleged scenes of crime on July 3. The reconstruction will take place at the elementary school Hasan Veletovac and Visegrad fire station, where Bosniak civilians were detained in the first half 1992. […]
Witness Fata Sabanovic changed a statement previously given to the trial chamber and investigative bodies in the case of former Bosnian Serb policeman Boban Simsic. Taking the witness stand for the second time this year, Sabanovic said that Simsic was explicitly involved in the murder of her husband in Visegrad in 1992. Previously she had […]