The Appeals chamber of the Bosnian State court will render its verdict at the trialof the four ex-policemen from Republika Srpska charged with murdering more than 150 Bosniak civilians on Koricanske Stijene, near Mount Vlasic.
Presenting its closing statement at the retrial for crimes at Koricanske stijene, the Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina calls on the Court to pronounce Zoran Babic, Milorad Skrbic, Dusan Jankovic and Zeljko Stojnic guilty.
As the trial for crimes in Koricanske stijene in August 1992 continues, defendant Dusan Jankovic said that as a police inspector, who worked on logistic issues, he signed documents in the name of Simo Drljaca, former commander of the Prijedor police.
During the continuation of the retrial of four indictees, who are charged with crimes at Koricanske stijene, State Investigation and Protection Agency, SIPA investigators deny having out pressure on two witnesses who claimed to have been pressured when they testified at this trial.
At the retrial of four indictees who are charged with crimes at Koricanske stijene, Defence witnesses change their statements given during the first instance trial and investigation, saying that they actually did not see indictee Dusan Jankovic at that locality on Mount Vlasic on August 21, 1992.
Testifying at the retrial of four indictees, who are charged with crimes at Koricanske stijene, a Defence witness says that he transported members of the Interventions Squad of Prijedor police to convoy departure locations on August 21, 1992.
Defence witnesses say at the retrial of four indictees, who are charged with crimes at Koricanske stijene, that they neither saw indictee Dusan Jankovic on August 21, 1992, when a convoy of Bosniak civilians departed Prijedor, nor during the trip towards Travnik.