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Den Haag | 09.02.2016.

ZDRAVKO TOLIMIR PASSES AWAY

Zdravko Tolimir, Mladic’s former assistant for security and intelligence in the VRS Main Staff, has passed away in the UN Detention Unit in Scheveningen. Tolimir was awaiting transfer to a country where he would serve his sentence. Tolimir’s life sentence for his involvement in genocide and other crimes in Srebrenica and Zepa in 1995 was confirmed ten months ago
Den Haag | 02.02.2016.

CONTROVERSIAL LIST CONTAINS CONTROVERSIAL NAMES

As the prosecutor cross-examined Mladic's expert witness, he emphasized that the alleged 'controversial cases' highlighted on Pavlovic's list of Srebrenica men who were killed in July 1995 as they were trying to break through towards Tuzla are not controversial at all: the witness merely failed to take into account all the available documents on the fate of those men
Den Haag | 01.02.2016.
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ON 'SOLVING' THE PROBLEM OF BODIES IN BURIED IN TOMASICA

Mile Matijevic, former employee of the Banja Luka SUP, is expected to testify at the trial of Ratko Mladic. Matijevic was present at a meeting when Simo Drljaca asked the VRS to help and remove ‘the bodies of about 5,000 Muslims’ buried in the Tomasica mine near Prijedor. Defense expert witness Dusan Pavlovic will be cross-examined next week. At the defense’s request, Pavlovic analyzed the losses the BH Army had suffered in the breakthrough from Srebrenica in the summer of 1995
THE HAGUE | 17.12.2015.

WHAT CARL BILDT KNEW ABOUT SREBRENICA

In his book Carl Bildt has claimed that ‘probably as many as 4,000 persons or even more were killed when the column of people from Srebrenica was trying to break through the encirclement of the Serb forces. Mladic’s defense expert confirmed that the allegation was ‘referential’. The claim prompted Judge Orie to quote a sentence from the same book stating that ‘in the five days of the massacre Mladic organized an execution of more than 3,000 persons’
THE HAGUE | 15.12.2015.

SELF-SHELLING FOR ‘THE RIGHT CAUSE’

A protected witness called by General Ratko Mladic’s defense argues that the shelling of the Markale town marked was arranged at a meeting of the former Bosnian Muslim political, military and religious leadership to provoke a ‘military intervention of the international community’
THE HAGUE | 14.12.2015.

MLADIC’S EXPERT ON SREBRENICA COLUMN OF SOLDIERS AND CIVILIANS

Dusan Pavlovic testified at the trial of Ratko Mladic today. He had been asked by the defense to write an expert report on the losses of the BH Army during the breakthrough from Srebrenica in the summer of 1995. Through Pavlovic’s evidence, the defense tried to prove that the thousands of victims from Srebrenica, exhumed from the mass graves, had in fact been killed in combat
THE HAGUE | 11.12.2015.

THE HAGUE: ORIC CAN STAND TRIAL IN SARAJEVO

Liu Daqun, a judge of the Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals, has rejected Naser Oric’s motion in which he petitioned the Mechanism to order the BH State Court to terminate the war crime proceedings him. Oric was the BH Army commander in Srebrenica during the war. The Chinese judge is not convinced that the BH State Court would try Oric for the same crimes that he has already been tried by the Tribunal
THE HAGUE | 09.12.2015.

KARADZIC WANTS STATUS CONFERENCE AND FRIDGE

Former Republika Srpska president on trial for double genocide and four joint criminal enterprises in BH has asked for a status conference. Karadzic wants to tell the judges about his recovery following gall bladder surgery, his blood sugar level and his inability to stick to his diet without a fridge in the Detention Unit
THE HAGUE | 03.12.2015.

CONTESTING REPORTS ON SREBRENICA EXHUMATIONS

Ratko Mladic’s defense has called David del Pino, a forensic expert from Chile, in a bid to contest the findings from the report produced by the prosecution forensic expert William Haglund on the exhumations of Srebrenica mass graves. The defense has relied on a report by the Supervisory Commission from San Antonio, but as the report concluded that the errors made by Haglund did not in any way compromise the scientific value of his findings, the defense has thus failed to achieve the desired effect
THE HAGUE | 01.12.2015.

DIFFICULTIES UNDERSTANDING CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS

Milos Kovic, historian giving evidence at the request of Mladic’s defense, didn’t contest the claim that the crimes had been perpetrated against non-Serbs in the Serb part of BH. He did complain, however, that no one discussed crimes against Serbs. The judges explained to Kovic that the Trial Chamber did not intend to write ‘the history of the entire war’ but to render a ‘judgment to one particular accused’

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