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Hadzihasanovic & Kubura - "Central Bosnia"

Enver Hadzihasanovic, Amir Kubura, Mehmed Alagic

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THE HAGUE | 05.12.2007.

HADZIHASANOVIC: DID HE LACK STRENGHT OR WILL?

At the appellate hearing today, the defense states that in the fall of 1993, Enver Hadzihasanovic didn’t have ‘physical capabilities to prevent and punish’ the Mujahideen crimes. The prosecution claimed that, on the contrary, the then commander of the 3rd Corps did not lack strength. What he did lack was will, and this entails command responsibility
THE HAGUE | 04.12.2007.

PROSECUTION CALLS FOR DOUBLING OF SENTENCES FOR HADZIHASANOVIC AND KUBURA

At the beginning of the two-day appellate hearing in the case of Hadzihasanovic, former commander of the BH Army 3rd Corps, and Kubura, former commander of the 7th Muslim Brigade, the Appeals Chamber heard the arguments on the prosecution appeal and the appeal filed by Amir Kubura. The prosecution appealed against the sentences and Kubura appealed his conviction and sentence
THE HAGUE | 15.07.2005.

DEFENCE CALLS FOR KUBURA'S ACQUITTAL

"There is not much we have to answer in the case against Amir Kubura," defense counsel says, adding that the prosecution arguments about the control of the 7th Muslim Brigade over the mujahedin were "based on assumptions"
THE HAGUE | 14.07.2005.

DEFENCE CALLS FOR HADZIHASANOVIC'S ACQUITTAL

Former commander of the BH Army 3rd Corps had "the most difficult duties in the most difficult situation" and should not be linked with the crimes, defense lawyer Stephane Bourgon told the judges
THE HAGUE | 13.07.2005.

PROSECUTION ASKS FOR 20 YEARS FOR HADZIHASANOVIC AND 10 FOR KUBURA

Failure of the two BH Army commanders to prevent and punish crimes resulted in more than 30 murders, and abuse of prisoners and destruction of Croat homes in Central Bosnia, the prosecutor claims proposing that Hadzihasanovic and Kubura be sentenced to 20 and 10 years in prison respectively
THE HAGUE | 12.07.2005.

OBLIGATION TO PUNISH CRIMES

The complicated war situation should not have affected the readiness of the commanders to investigate and punish crimes, the prosecutor notes in the closing argument at the trial of Hadzihasanovic and Kubura
THE HAGUE | 19.05.2005.

DEFENSE CLOSES ITS CASE IN KUBURA TRIAL

Defense of Amir Kubura completes presentation of evidence – The trial of the former B-H Army commanders in Central Bosnia, Enver Hadzihasanovic and Amir Kubura, to be completed with closing arguments in July
THE HAGUE | 29.04.2005.

NEW DOCUMENTS ON MUJAHEDIN

At the trial of former BH Army 3rd Corps commanders, the prosecution seeks to be allowed to reopen its case "in the interest of justice" and to adduce new evidence on the status of foreigners in the corps
THE HAGUE | 21.04.2005.

“WE NEVER EVEN SEIZED ANY PROPERTY, LET ALONE PLUNDER IT”

In the course of military actions in Ovnak and Vares, troops of the 2nd Battalion 7th Muslim Brigade did not loot Croat houses, former battalion members claim at the trial of their former commander Amir Kubura
THE HAGUE | 13.04.2005.

MUJAHEDIN WERE “JUST HANGING ABOUT”

Foreign fighters were “hanging about” the area north of Travnik, but “they were not in any of the [BH Army] brigades and were not bound by anything,” testified assistant for morale in the 1st Battalion, 7th Muslim Brigade, at the trial of his former commander

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