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Mrksic et al. - "Vukovar Hospital"

Mile Mrksic, Miroslav Radic, Veselin Sljivancanin

News 44

THE HAGUE | 24.11.2005.

DEAD MEN WALKING

Prosecution witness at the Vukovar Three trial claims the accused Mrksic and Sljivancanin ordered the murder of the people from the Vukovar hospital and that Radic referred to the wounded people being carried out of the hospital by JNA soldiers as "dead men"; they were still alive at the time
THE HAGUE | 14.11.2005.

FROM VUKOVAR HOSPITAL TO PRISON IN SREMSKA MITROVICA

Dr. Juraj Njavro concludes his examination-in-chief with a recounting of his journey from Vukovar to Zagreb via prison in Sremska Mitrovica, at the trial of the former JNA officers charged with the massacre at Ovcara
THE HAGUE | 11.11.2005.

DR NJAVRO: SLJIVANCANIN ISSUED ORDERS, RADIC MALTREATED PEOPLE

Dr. Juraj Njavro claims the accused Major Sljivancanin was in command of the soldiers and Territorial Defense troops who came to the Vukovar hospital. He identified Captain Radic as the man who made the selection of the wounded and the sick
THE HAGUE | 10.11.2005.

DEFENCE: VUKOVAR HOSPITAL WAS LEGITIMATE TARGET

The defense counsel for the Vukovar Three contend that the hospital was a legitimate military target because, they claim, fire was opened on the JNA planes from its roof and members of the police and National Guard Corps were hiding in the hospital. The red cross put on the hospital and in its yard was small and could not be seen from the left bank of the Danube, where the JNA artillery was positioned
THE HAGUE | 09.11.2005.

SOLDIERS' ROUNDS IN THE VUKOVAR HOSPITAL

Yet another witness testifies about a soldier or a doctor from the Military Medical Academy who examined the patients in the Vukovar hospital on 20 November 1991, singling out those whom he found were not "really" wounded or sick
THE HAGUE | 08.11.2005.

TESTIMONY BASED ON A BOOK AND TV FOOTAGE

Did the witness personally saw the conversation between Major Sljivancanin and a "man in white", or did she in fact see it on TV and read about it in the book entitled This is My Country?
THE HAGUE | 07.11.2005.

COMRADE MRKSIC IN VUKOVAR HOSPITAL

Protected witness claims that on 20 November 1991 she saw an officer in the Vukovar hospital who was addressed by a doctor escorting him as "Comrade Mrksic". The defense indicates it will prove Colonel Mile Mrksic, who commanded the Vukovar operation conducted by the JNA, was not in the hospital at all that day
THE HAGUE | 03.11.2005.

HOSPITAL RUSES

The defense counsel for the Vukovar Three claim that after the JNA entered Vukovar, members of the National Guard Corps (ZNG) took shelter in the hospital, disguised as doctors or put on bandages and splints to look as if they had been wounded. Nurse Binazija Kolesar finds it "hard to believe", although she cannot deny with certainty that there were no such cases
THE HAGUE | 28.10.2005.

LOST IN TRANSLATION

Miroslav Radic's defense lawyer accused Dr. Vesna Bosanac of misrepresenting the situation in the hospital and the town to the international community in the appeals she was sending to its representatives, all this in collusion with the Vukovar defense commanders. The question is: did Dr. Bosanac state to the OTP investigators that something had happened "in November" or "by November"
THE HAGUE | 27.10.2005.

DR BOSANAC’S FOUR MEETINGS WITH MAJOR SLJIVANCANIN

In the continuation of the trial of the Vukovar Three, Dr Vesna Bosanac described her four meetings with “arrogant and strict” Major Veselin Sljivancanin.

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