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Dragomir Milosevic

News 56

THE HAGUE | 12.11.2009.

GENERAL MILOSEVIC’S SENTENCE REDUCED

The Appeals Chamber today reduced the sentence for the commander of the Sarajevo-Romanija Corps from 33 to 29 years in prison, quashing his convictions for the shelling incidents that occurred in August 1995, when he was undergoing medical treatment in Belgrade
THE HAGUE | 16.10.2009.

FINAL JUDGMENT FOR SARAJEVO CRIMES

On 12 November 2009, the Appeals Chamber will deliver the final judgment to VRS general Dragomir Milosevic. The Trial Chamber sentenced Milosevic to 33 years for the artillery and sniper terror campaign against Sarajevo. The prosecution has labeled the Trial Chamber’s judgment inadequate, calling for life sentence, while the defense asked for the acquittal or for a milder sentence
THE HAGUE | 21.07.2009.

PUNISHMENT FOR SARAJEVO TERROR

At the appellate hearing in the case of former commander of the Sarajevo-Romanija Corps Dragomir Milosevic, sentenced to 33 years for artillery and sniper campaign in Sarajevo, the prosecution asked that this ‘patently inadequate’ sentence be changed to life in prison. The defense called for the acquittal of the accused or a much milder sentence
THE HAGUE | 01.02.2008.

PROSECUTION ASKS FOR LIFE FOR GENERAL MILOSEVIC

In the appellate brief, the prosecution calls for life sentence for General Dragomir Milosevic. In the judgment delivered in December 2007, the Trial Chamber sentenced former SRK commander to 33 years in prison
THE HAGUE | 12.12.2007.

DRAGOMIR MILOSEVIC SENTENCED TO 33 YEARS

Dragomir Milosevic, former commander of the Sarajevo-Romanija Corps, was found guilty of the shelling and sniper terror campaign against Sarajevo and its citizens from August 1994 to late 1995. Milosevic was sentenced to 33 years in prison
THE HAGUE | 10.10.2007.

DEFENSE: IRREFUTABLE EVIDENCE OF GENERAL MILOSEVIC’S INNOCENCE

In its closing argument at the trial of former VRS Sarajevo-Romanija Corps commander, his defense again resorts to the strategy of total denial of the charges for artillery and sniping campaign against Sarajevo and its civilian population
THE HAGUE | 09.10.2007.

PROSECUTION CALLS LIFE SENTENCE FOR GENERAL MILOSEVIC

Only life sentence would ‘fully reflect criminal responsibility of the accused’ charged with ‘some of the gravest crimes ever tried before the Tribunal’, notes Stefan Waespi, senior trial attorney for the prosecution, in his closing argument today
THE HAGUE | 27.04.2007.

SARAJEVO REALITY WHITEWASHED

British war correspondent Martin Bell testified at the trial of General Milosevic. After his report on the Markale massacre on 28 August 1995 was shown in court, he admitted that to this day the fact that he couldn’t portray the real scale of the bloodshed made him unhappy. The reason why he couldn’t do that was the editorial policy of BBC: the reports were not to upset the public too much. Bell believes that BBC “should be ashamed because of that”
THE HAGUE | 26.04.2007.

WHAT’S MORE IMPORTANT: LIFE OR A PHOTO?

General Dragomir Milosevic’s defense claims that taking photos and securing the crime scene is “the police’s sacred duty”. Vekaz Turkovic, former crime scene technician in the Sarajevo Security Services Center, believes that human lives are the priority. Turkovic is a prosecution witness called to prove that the terror campaign in Sarajevo was systematic and wide-spread
THE HAGUE | 25.04.2007.

MODIFIED TO SUIT VRS NEEDS

Milomir Soja, former VRS member, testified about his contribution to the modification of the electronic system on the air bomb launcher in the Ilidza Brigade. According to him, modified air bombs are inaccurate and unreliable projectiles that were positioned by the Serbian army on four positions near Sarajevo

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