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Stojan Zupljanin, Mico Stanisic

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THE HAGUE | 27.03.2013.

22 YEARS IN PRISON FOR STANISIC AND ZUPLJANIN

Former Bosnian Serb police officials Mico Stanisic and Stojan Zupljanin were sentenced to 22 years in prison for the crimes against Bosnian Croats and Muslims in 1992. Stanisic and Zupljanin were found guilty of persecution, murder, torture and other crimes perpetrated as part of the joint criminal enterprise. The objective of the crimes was to permanently remove Bosnian Muslims and Croats from the territory of the planned Serb state
THE HAGUE | 06.06.2012.

MICO STANISIC WILL BE PROVISIONALLY RELEASED PENDING JUDGMENT

Former Bosnian Serb police minister Mico Stanisic has been granted three-month provisional release and can apply for an extension. Now that the trial for crimes against Bosnian Croats and Muslims has ended, Stanisic will await his judgment in Belgrade. The prosecution has asked for a life sentence for Stanisic
THE HAGUE | 01.06.2012.

DEFENSE CALLS FOR ACQUITTAL OR MINIMUM SENTENCE FOR ZUPLJANIN

The defense of Stojan Zupljanin, war-time chief of the Security Services Center in Banja Luka, called for his acquittal on all counts in the indictment of for a minimum sentence. The defense labeled the prosecution’s demand for life imprisonment for Zupljanin ‘senseless’
THE HAGUE | 31.05.2012.

DEFENSE CALLS JUDGES TO ACQUIT STANISIC AND ZUPLJANIN

In its closing argument, the defense of the first RS interior minister Mico Stanisic denies he was part of a joint criminal enterprise aimed at eliminating Croats and Muslims from Serb-controlled parts of BH. The defense has asked for his acquittal on all counts in the indictment. The defense of the second accused Stojan Zupljanin likewise believes the prosecution has failed to prove his guilt beyond reasonable doubt
THE HAGUE | 30.05.2012.

PROSECUTION WANTS LIFE SENTENCE FOR STANISIC AND ZUPLJANIN

In the closing argument at the trial of the former Bosnian Serb police officials, the prosecution has called for life imprisonment for Mico Stanisic, the first RS interior minister, and Stojan Zupljanin, former head of the Security Services Center in Banja Luka. The two are on trial for crimes against Bosnian Croats and Muslims in 1992
THE HAGUE | 29.05.2012.

VIOLENT SOLUTIONS FOR LOST POLITICAL BATTLES

In the closing argument at the trial of Republika Srpska police officials Mico Stanisic and Stojan Zupljanin, the prosecution argued that the Bosnian Serbs had armed themselves to prevent Bosnia and Herzegovina’s independence by force, after they failed to do so by political means
THE HAGUE | 30.03.2012.

CLOSING ARGUMENTS AT STANISIC AND ZUPLJANIN TRIAL

The closing arguments at the trial of Mico Stanisic and Stojan Zupljanin have been scheduled to start on 21 May 2012. The former Bosnian Serb officials are on trial for crimes against Croats and Muslims in BH in 1992
THE HAGUE | 28.03.2012.

ZUPLJANIN SEEKS TO TENDER NEW EVIDENCE

Stojan Zupljanin’s defense seeks leave to tender into evidence the prosecution’s interview with Srdja Srdic, former SDS delegate from Prijedor. The interview was disclosed to the defense after it rested its case
THE HAGUE | 09.03.2012.

PARTIES RESTED THEIR CASES AT THE TRIAL OF RS POLICE OFFICIALS

After the evidence of the former deputy to the RS interior minister Tomislav Kovac, the parties rested their cases at the trial of RS police officials for crimes against Croats and Muslims in 20 BH municipalities in 1992. The trial lasted more than two years, and the court heard 147 witnesses in its course
THE HAGUE | 02.03.2012.

LIMITED RESPONSIBILITY OF THE ARMY

Although a state of war was not declared in Republika Srpska in 1992, retired VRS general Slavko Lisica ‘considered there was a war going on’. This is why everybody, including the police, had to obey his orders ‘without demur’. The prosecutor tried to prove that military commanders had ‘limited’ responsibility

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