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Prlic et al.

Jadranko Prlic, Bruno Stojic, Slobodan Praljak, Milivoj Petkovic, Valentin Coric, Berislav Pusic

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THE HAGUE | 16.12.2010.

PRLIC: ‘IRRECONCILABLE DIFFERENCES’ AND ‘ANTIPATHY’ AMONG JUDGES

Jadranko Prlic’s defense has urged the Tribunal’s president to appoint a panel of judges to examine if the Trial Chamber hearing the case against six former Herceg Bosna officials is able to reach a fair judgment. There are ‘irreconcilable differences bordering on antipathy’ among the judges, the defense contends
THE HAGUE | 20.09.2010.

TRIAL OF HERCEG BOSNA LEADERS SUSPENDED

The trial of former Herceg Bosna leaders has been suspended pending the decision on Jadranko Prlic’s motion to disqualify Hungarian judge Arpad Prandler
THE HAGUE | 23.07.2010.

HERCEG BOSNA LEADERS OPPOSE ADMISSION INTO EVIDENCE OF MLADIC’S DIARIES

The defense teams of Jadranko Prlic, Milivoj Petkovic and Bruno Stojic have so far opposed the prosecution’s motion seeking leave to tender into evidence parts of Mladic’s ‘war diaries’. Prlic and Praljak argue that the prosecution has ‘engaged in a public relations campaign’. They request the Chamber to lift the confidentiality of the diaries and to grant permission to the parties to disclose and discuss with the press the content of Mladic's diaries
THE HAGUE | 15.07.2010.

PRLIC STRIKES BACK

If the Trial Chamber in the case against former Herceg Bosna leaders grants the prosecution’s motion to reopen its case because the prosecution wants to tender into evidence relevant portions of Ratko Mladic’s war diaries, the defense of the first accused Jadranko Prlic will also seek to reopen its case, since it believes the diaries contain ‘highly relevant evidence that favors the defense’
THE HAGUE | 12.07.2010.

WHAT MLADIC WROTE ABOUT THE DIVISION OF BH

The prosecution in the case of the former Herceg Bosna leaders filed a motion to tender relevant parts of General Ratko Mladic’s ‘war diaries’ into evidence. The prosecution claims the diaries corroborate the allegations in the indictment on the joint criminal enterprise to annex parts of BH to neighboring Croatia
THE HAGUE | 09.07.2010.

WHAT MLADIC DISCUSSED WITH BOSNIAN CROAT LEADERS

The prosecution wants to tender into evidence parts of Ratko Mladic’s ‘war diaries’, as it believes the conversations between the VRS Main Staff commander and the accused Bosnian Croat leaders – Prlic, Stojic, Praljak and Petkovic – from October 1992 to February 1994 corroborate the prosecution’s allegation that the four accused Croats took part in the joint criminal enterprise
THE HAGUE | 25.05.2010.

MLADIC’S DIARIES INCRIMINATE FORMER HERCEG BOSNA LEADERS

At the trial of the six former Herceg Bosna leaders, the prosecution wants to reopen its case in order to tender into evidence Mladic’s ‘war diaries’ and documents referring to their contents
THE HAGUE | 01.04.2010.

CORIC’S DEFENSE RESTS ITS CASE

The defense of former chief of the HVO Military Police Administration Valentin Coric rested its case with the evidence of Zvonko Vidovic. It remains uncertain if the defense of Berislav Pusic, former head of the HVO Commission for exchange, will start its case. The defense of Bruno Stojic announced that Momcilo Mandic would give evidence for him
THE HAGUE | 31.03.2010.

CIVILIANS OR SOLDIERS

The prosecution today cross-examined the former member of the HVO criminal investigations division in Mostar, Zvonko Vidovic. Prosecutor West noted that 77 percent of the prisoners in Heliodrom camp were in fact civilians. The witness agreed that this could be concluded based on the documents. Vidovic however noted that ‘it was impossible to verify’ if those who claimed they were not soldiers spoke the truth
THE HAGUE | 29.03.2010.

‘ISOLATED INCIDENTS IN THE MIDDLE OF A WAR’

Zvonko Vidovic, former member of the criminal investigations division in the HVO military police in Mostar, said that the cases where Muslims were evicted from their apartments, forced to go to East Mostar, and had their property looted, were ‘isolated incidents’. The witness contends that they were not part of the plan to ethnically cleanse the town, as alleged by the prosecution

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