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Pavle Strugar

News 36

THE HAGUE | 17.07.2008.

MORE CONVICTIONS, MILDER SENTENCE FOR GENERAL STRUGAR

The Appeals Chamber found General Pavle Strugar guilty on two more counts in the indictments: for devastation not justified by military necessity and unlawful attacks on civilian objects in the Old Town of Dubrovnik on 6 December 1991. It nevertheless commuted his sentence on grounds of his ill health: to seven and a half years in prison instead of the eight years imposed by the Trial Chamber
THE HAGUE | 31.01.2005.

GENERAL STRUGAR GETS EIGHT YEARS IN PRISON

The Chamber finds that the prosecution has presented enough evidence to prove that all the crimes described in the six counts of the Dubrovnik indictment were indeed committed, but has failed to prove beyond reasonable doubt that General Pavle Strugar is individually responsible for the attack on the Old Town of Dubrovnik on 6 December 1991 and the consequences of that attack
THE HAGUE | 26.01.2005.

PAVLE STRUGAR TO RECEIVE HIS JUDGEMENT ON 31 JANUARY

Former commander of the JNA Second Operational Group – in charge of the "Dubrovnik operation" – has been charged with the attacks on civilian targets in the Old Town of Dubrovnik. Prosecution has asked for 13 to 15 years in prison, defense for acquittal. Judges seek additional clarification with regard to the application for the deferral of the Vladimir Kovacevic, Rahim Ademi and Mirko Norac to the courts in SCG and Croatia. New judge appointed in the Krajisnik case.
THE HAGUE | 09.09.2004.

STRUGAR TRIAL ENDS

The defense calls for acquittal while the prosecution proposes 13 to 15 years in prison. The trial ends with an address by the accused to the Trial Chamber
THE HAGUE | 08.09.2004.

PROSECUTION ASKS FOR 13 TO 15 YEARS IN PRISON FOR GENERAL STRUGAR

In the closing argument at the trial for the shelling of Dubrovnik in 1991, prosecutors stated that General Pavle Strugar's guilt had been proven beyond reasonable doubt and sought 13 to 15 years in prison for him
THE HAGUE | 26.07.2004.

ADMIRAL TAKES THE STAND AGAIN

The prosecution calls Admiral Miodrag Jokic to the witness stand in an attempt to challenge some of the testimony heard during the presentation of General Pavle Strugar's evidence
THE HAGUE | 21.07.2004.

DUBROVNIK WOULD HAVE BEEN DESTROYED HAD IT BEEN TARGETED DELIBERATELY

Military expert called by General Strugar's defence claims that the JNA did not deliberately target Dubrovnik, and that the disposition of the Croatian forces posed a threat to the Old Town
THE HAGUE | 15.07.2004.

NATURAL-BORN SOLDIER AND TENDER HUSBAND

Character witnesses for General Pavle Strugar called. He is charged with the shelling of Dubrovnik in December 1991
THE HAGUE | 14.07.2004.

JUDGES WILL VISIT THE "CRIME SCENE"

The chamber hearing the case of General Pavle Strugar will visit Dubrovnik and its environs during the summer recess in order to acquaint themselves with the locations where the parties to the conflict held their positions in late 1991
THE HAGUE | 13.07.2004.

“HOUSEHOLD” MORTAR

Witnesses called by the defense of JNA General Pavle Strugar, who stands accused of the shelling of Dubrovnik in December 1991, claim that the Croatian forces opened fire from mortars and other artillery weapons from the Old Town

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