search_tooltip! X

Sense Tribunal

Zupljanin i Stanisic - "Bosnia and Herzegovina"

Stojan Zupljanin, Mico Stanisic

News 118

THE HAGUE | 24.01.2011.

50 DAYS OF IMPRISONMENT IN TESLIC

The last witness of the prosecution at the trial of the former Bosnian Serb police officials described his detention in the police prison and the Territorial Defense hangar in Teslic. Prisoners were regularly beaten and many of them died as a consequence
THE HAGUE | 21.01.2011.

WHAT CAUSED INTER-ETHNIC TENSIONS?

The defense of the former Banja Luka police chief claims that the inter-ethnic tensions in Kotor Varos were engendered by the murder and mutilation of Serb special police officers. The prosecution expert contends their deaths may have ‘added fuel to the fire’ in an atmosphere of growing tensions, caused by the Serb operations in which several municipalities had been taken over
THE HAGUE | 17.01.2011.

ARMY ‘HAD NO SYMPATHY’ FOR CROATS AND MUSLIMS

In its internal military reports in 1992, the VRS notes that many Croats and Muslims were expelled from their houses and detained without any evidence of wrongdoing. Nevertheless, the army ‘did not have any sympathy’ for them and never suggested that they should be released, prosecution military expert claims at the trial of two Bosnian Serb police officials
THE HAGUE | 12.01.2011.

ARMY AND POLICE WORKED IN CONCERT

At the trial of former Bosnian Serb police chiefs Mico Stanisic and Stojan Zupljanin, prosecution military expert contends that the army and the police ‘coordinated" their actions or "cooperated’. The police was not subordinated to the army, the witness said. Had that been the case, it would have been stated clearly in military documents, and the police tasks would be specified, he claims
THE HAGUE | 11.01.2011.

ARMY SERVED POLITICAL GOALS

Prosecution military expert says that the Republika Srpska Army was there to implement the six strategic goals of the Bosnian Serb political leadership. Among those aims were the separation of ethnic community, the establishment of a corridor, the elimination of the border on the Drina River and the carve-up of Sarajevo
THE HAGUE | 10.01.2011.

ZUPLJANIN DENIES PRISON VISIT

Former president of the Kotor Varos crisis staff contends that the accused chief of the Banja Luka police Stojan Zupljanin wasn’t in the delegation that visited a local prison in the fall of 1992, contradicting the evidence of a former prisoner who testified in November 2010
THE HAGUE | 09.12.2010.

RED CROSS IN PRIJEDOR CHARGED PRISONERS FOR FOOD

The Serb Red Cross from Prijedor charged prisoners in the Trnopolje prison camp for food. Women were often raped there and men were beaten up in a special room, contends doctor and former detainee
THE HAGUE | 06.12.2010.

GENERAL TALIC: A ZERO HERE, A ZERO THERE…

Retired JNA colonel contends that General Momir Talic proposed that the number of persons killed in the Serb attack on Kozarac be changed in the report: from 800 down to 80
THE HAGUE | 02.12.2010.

‘EMIGRATION PAPER’ TO LEAVE BANJA LUKA GHETTO

In 1992, Bosniaks in Banja Luka lived in a ‘ghetto, and felt like second-rate beings’ while uniformed Serbs ‘fired like crazy’ at houses and mosques. Police officers beat up non-Serbs in the infamous ‘red van’, the witness recounted. In order to be allowed to leave the town, the witness had to sign the ‘emigration paper’
THE HAGUE | 26.11.2010.

‘TOTAL ETHNIC CLEANSING’ IN PRIJEDOR

In his evidence at the trial of the Bosnian Serb police officials, a witness who was a prisoner in the Trnopolje camp claims that there was ‘total ethnic cleansing’ in Prijedor. The Muslim villages in the areas were attacked, the inhabitants were put in prison camps, killed, terrorized, raped, starved and deported from Serb territories

Cases

Schedule

Until SENSE Center website is launched there will be no new content for the newsletter available.