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Stojan Zupljanin, Mico Stanisic

News 118

THE HAGUE | 25.11.2010.

CURFEW ‘IN PRINCIPLE’ AND ‘IN PRACTICE’

The curfew in Doboj ‘applied to everybody in principle’ but as the witness, a former official from Doboj said, ‘I can say with a clear conscience that in practice it applied only to non-Serbs’. He ‘heard, saw and felt’ the curfew on his own skin
THE HAGUE | 24.11.2010.

DETAINED CIVILIANS WERE ‘PAWNS IN POLITICIANS’ DIRTY GAMES’

A report of the European Community Monitoring Mission in BH stated in September 1992 that innocent civilians detained in prison camps under the Bosnian Serb control were just ‘pawns in dirty games played by nationalist politicians’
THE HAGUE | 18.11.2010.

WAS POLICE INVOLVED IN ATTACK ON KOZARAC?

The defense of Stojan Zupljanin, former chief of the Banja Luka Security Services Center, contests the prosecution allegations that the police participated in the attack on Kozarac in May 1992, in the Prijedor municipality. About 800 Muslim civilians were killed in the attack
THE HAGUE | 17.11.2010.

METHOD TO THE LOOTING

Former official of the Democratic Action Party from Prijedor says that after Kozarac was shelled it was looted, and there was a method to the looting: the looters would first load kitchen appliances on the trucks, electronic goods went next, and finally the woodwork. Everything was stored in a single storage site
THE HAGUE | 12.11.2010.

ATMOSPHERE OF FEAR IN PRIJEDOR

Former vice-president of the Democratic Action Party in Prijedor municipality claims the Serbian Democratic Party ‘abandoned the agreement on the modalities of cooperation’ at both the local and republican level, set ‘ultimatums’ and refused to negotiate on possible compromises; this resulted in ‘an atmosphere of fear’ in Prijedor
THE HAGUE | 09.11.2010.

WHO CONTROLLED POLICE RESERVISTS?

The defense of the first Bosnian Serb interior minister alleges that the Territorial Defense in Zvornik controlled the police reservists guarding most of the detention facilities. The prosecution contends that police reservists were also part of the MUP headed by the accused Stanisic
THE HAGUE | 08.11.2010.

POLICE SECURED DETENTION FACILITIES IN ZVORNIK

Two eyewitnesses from Zvornik testified about the arrests of non-Serbs there in 1992. One of the witnesses contends that the police secured detention facilities where
THE HAGUE | 21.10.2010.

WAS ARMY IN CHARGE OF POLICE OR NOT?

The defense of the first Bosnian Serb interior minister contended that in 1992, the army controlled the police in some towns. Former VRS officer denied it, saying any military orders to that effect were ‘illegal’
THE HAGUE | 18.10.2010.

PROPERTY WAS RELINQUISHED ‘VOLUNTARILY’

The witness Ivo Atlija says that he had to sign a statement in the Prijedor police station ‘relinquishing all his moveable and immovable property’. Although the statement he signed claims the witness was doing it ‘voluntarily’, now Atlija says he did it because he knew that otherwise he ‘would not be allowed to get out of that hell’
THE HAGUE | 14.10.2010.

NON-SERB POLICEMEN FORCED TO TAKE VACATION

Former policeman from the region of Banjaluka says that the Muslim police officers from Kljuc were put on vacation to ‘think it over’ after they refused to wear the new Serb insignia on police uniforms. None of them ever rejoined the Serb police

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