Person: Tesic Zoran

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21. January 2019.

Interpol has issued a ‘red notice’ for the arrest of Zoran Stupar, one of four former Bosnian Serb fighters charged with crimes against humanity over attacks on Bosniak villages in the Vlasenica area of eastern Bosnia in 1992. Interpol has issued a "red notice", the closest mechanism to an international arrest warrant, for Zoran Stupar, a former member of the Public Security Station in Vlasenica in eastern Bosnia, after he failed to respond to court summons.


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15. November 2018.

The state court confirmed an indictment charging four former Bosnian Serb Army soldiers and policemen with crimes against humanity over attacks on Bosniak villages in the Vlasenica area in 1992. The state court in Sarajevo on Thursday confirmed the indictment charging Simo and Zoran Stupar and Zoran and Goran Tesic with contravening the Geneva Conventions’ provisions on the protection of civilians during times of war.


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11. October 2018.

Three former Bosnian Serb policemen and a former soldier were charged with involvement in the murders of at least 16 Bosniaks and the persecution, torture and abuse of civilians in the Vlasenica area.

The Bosnian prosecution on Thursday charged Simo and Zoran Stupar and Goran Tesic, former police reservists at the Public Security Station in Vlasenica, and Zoran Tesic, a former Bosnian Serb Army soldier, with participating in attacks on villages inhabited by Bosniaks in the Vlasenica area, including Dzamdzici, Alihodzici and Gradina.

The murders of at least 16 Bosniaks were committed during the attacks, as well as the persecution of several dozen civilians, including minors.

The four men were also charged with detaining people at the Susica detention camp in Vlasenica and the Public Security Station building in Vlasenica, as well as pillaging houses and other property owned by Bosniaks and setting them on fire.

The indictment has been filed to the state court for confirmation.