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Dragomir Milosevic

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THE HAGUE | 15.03.2007.

ROSES ON SARAJEVO CONCRETE

At the trial of General Dragomir Milosevic, a Sarajevo police inspector describes the details of the on-site investigation after the explosion of three shells in the Livanjska Street in Sarajevo on 8 November 1994. Three persons – two of them children – died in the incident. Video recordings of the craters and explosion marks in the concrete were shown in court. The people of Sarajevo call them “roses” or “paws”
THE HAGUE | 14.03.2007.

DEFENSE: ANOTHER "STAGED EXPLOSION"

Although General Milosevic's defense counsel said that he would wanted to keep his view of the incident in Bascarsija in which 2 persons got killed and 7 seriously injured on 22 December 1994 "for his closing argument", in the end, at the judges’ insistence, he said it had been yet another "staged explosion"
THE HAGUE | 13.03.2007.

HOW TO TELL WHEN A PERSON IS DEAD?

Dragomir Milosevic’s defense counsel claims that the former UN military observer in Sarajevo lacks medical expertise to tell when “a person is dead”. A 120mm mortar shell “could not have killed so many people”, he says, and it did not come from the territory controlled by the Sarajevo-Romanija Corps. The witness begs to differ
THE HAGUE | 12.03.2007.

THREE INVESTIGATIONS, ONE CONCLUSION

Three teams conducted separate on-site investigations after the Markale 2 incident. The Sarajevo police department, The French battalion and the UN military observers reached the same conclusion: the mortar shell was fired from the territory controlled by the Sarajevo-Romanija Corps
THE HAGUE | 08.03.2007.

THE MISTERY OF UN REPORT

Per Brennskag, former UN military observer, claims that the projectile that hit the Sarajevo TV building on 28 June 1995 was fired by the VRS. However, the UNPROFOR report written the day after the incident states that the projectile was "most likely fired from the BH Army positions”. According to the witness, some of the information in that report "was not correct"
THE HAGUE | 07.03.2007.

GENERAL SMITH: NO EVIDENCE OF MUSLIMS SHELLED THEMSELVES

Testifying at the trial for the shelling of Sarajevo and the sniper campaign against its civilians, General Rupert Smith, former UNPROFOR commander, confirms he "heard the allegations" that the BH Army would open fire on their civilians but he was never "shown a single piece of evidence to corroborate them”
THE HAGUE | 06.03.2007.

PROVOCATIONS OR FIGHT FOR SURVIVAL

General Dragomir Milosevic and his predecessor at the post of the Sarajevo-Romanija Corps commander General Galic waged war differently, says Ismet Hadzic, former commander of the 1st Dobrinja Brigade. The question is: was the BH Army in Sarajevo “provoking” the other side or “defending the city against the aggressor and fighting for survival”?
THE HAGUE | 02.03.2007.

DAYS WHEN DATES MEANT NOTHING

Former BH Army soldier testified with voice and image distortion as protective measures at the trial of Dragomir Milosevic, former VRS Sarajevo-Romanija Corps commander. He explained the difference, in his opinion, between "Chetniks" and Serbs in wartime Sarajevo
THE HAGUE | 27.02.2007.

THREE SHELLS IN THREE HOURS

On 8 November 1994, three shells landed in Livanjska Street in Sarajevo in just three hours. Six persons were injured; two died of shrapnel wounds. Lejla Hodzic was one of them. She was not more then 14 years old
THE HAGUE | 22.02.2007.

FIGHTING FIRES IN SARAJEVO

Former US marine and Sarajevo firefighter describes his three-year service in the UN fire brigade and speaks of a sniper incident listed in the indictment against Dragomir Milosevic

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