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war_crimes - 68369 - 07.04.2012 : Yugoslav Government Beograd - best (0)


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The provisions of the national criminal legislation of the former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (1977 Criminal Code, still in effect in all former Yugoslav Republics) are in full accordance with the international obligations assumed. The Criminal Code of the SFR of Yugoslavia, Chapter XVI, defines as crimes against humanity and international law, genocide (Article 141); war crimes against the civilian population (Article 142); war crimes against wounded and sick persons (Article 143); war crimes against POWs (Article 144); organization of groups and instigation to the commission of genocide and war crimes (Article 145); arbitrary killing and wounding of the adversary (Article 146); looting of the killed and wounded persons on the battle front (Article 147); use of prohibited means of combat (Article 148); hurting of the parliamentary (Article 149); inhuman treatment of wounded and sick persons and POWs (Article 150); destruction of cultural and historical monuments (Article 151); instigation of a war of aggression (Article 152); racial and other discrimination (Article 154).

The Government of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia reiterates its readiness to cooperate fully with the Commission of Experts and the Secretary- General of the United Nations in the further investigation and ascertainment of all facts related to grave breaches of the Geneva Conventions and violation of other provisions of the law of war and humanitarian law.

Belgrade, 3 November 1992

I. WILFUL KILLING OF CIVILIANS



I-001
DESIGNATION OF CRIME: Wilful killing of civilians.
TIME AND PLACE: 4 July 1991, Borovo Naselje.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION: In order to intimidate the Serb population and to ethnically purge territories, Croatians killed Dragan Mijatovic, Stojan Stojanovic and some other unidentified ethnic Serbs.
INDICATION CONCERNING PERPETRATOR(S): Perpetrators belong to the ZNG and the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Croatia, Zdravko Komsic, Marko Nujic, Stjepan Mackovic and Tade Istuk.
EVIDENCE: A request to carry out an investigation against the above persons was lodged by the Military Prosecutors Office in Belgrade. All evidence relating to the designation and timing of the crime and testimonies of witnesses are in the file I VTK - No. 1139/92 on this case in the Military Prosecutor's Office in Belgrade.
NOTE: Under the agreement on the exchange of prisoners between the Governments of the FR of Yugoslavia and the Republic of Croatia, all of the above persons were exchanged in Nemetin on 14 August 1992.

I-002
DESIGNATION OF CRIME: Wilful killing of civilians
TIME AND PLACE: 13 July 1991, Borovo Selo (UNPA)
BRIEF DESCRIPTION: On the date indicted above around 17:00 hours, Milenko Djuricic was taken away and killed by two members of the Croatian National Guards. His corpse was found in the Dunav River near Begec on 17 July 1991. His family identified him on 27 July and he was buried in Novi Sad.
INDICATION CONCERNING PERPETRATOR(S): Nebojsa Hodak, who arrested Djuricic, is suspected of being one of the killers.
EVIDENCE: Testimony of the victim's wife to the State Commission for War Crimes and Crimes of Genocide, on 7 April 1992. Death Certificate issued by the Medical School in Novi Sad; autopsy report No. SP 566/91 made by the Forensic Institute in Novi Sad, and other relevant documents of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the District Court judge in Novi Sad.
NOTE: Nebojsa Hodak's name is associated with the murder of the Zec family in Zagreb.

I-003
DESIGNATION OF CRIME: Wilful killing of civilians.
TIME AND PLACE: 29 June 1991, village of Sotin, Vukovar.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION: In order to expel the Serbian population from that region, through intimidation, threats against life and property, a villager, Mihajlo Nadj, was also killed in an attack against the village of Sotin.
INDICATION CONCERNING PERPETRATOR(S): Perpetrators are Zdravko Komsic, Stjepan Mackovic, Ivan Mikulic and Tade Istuk, all Croatian National Guards.
EVIDENCE: The Military Prosecutor's Office in Belgrade has instituted investigation proceedings against the above persons. All evidence about the nature of the crime and time of its commission including testimonies of witnesses are in the file I VTK No. 1139/92 of the Belgrade Military Prosecutor's Office.
NOTE: All of the above named were exchanged in Nemetin, on 14 August 1992, under the Agreement on POW Exchange reached by the Governments of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and the Republic of Croatia.

I-004
DESIGNATION OF CRIME: Wilful killing of civilians
TIME AND PLACE: July-August 1991, Mirkovci (now UNPA)
BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Members of the Croatian National Guards brutally killed the following villagers: Milan Macura, Cvetko Sivcic, Pajo Sasic, Marija Sasic (before being killed she was subjected to torture), Dragoljub Gradjanski (his throat was cut while he was asleep).
INDICATION CONCERNING PERPETRATOR(S): The military and police forces of the Croatian National Guards.
EVIDENCE: Statement of the competent authorities in the village of Mirkovci, submitted to the Red Cross office in Novi Sad and to the State Commission for War Crimes and Crimes of Genocide.
NOTE:

I-006
DESIGNATION OF CRIME: Wilful killing of civilians.
TIME AND PLACE: 2 August 1991, Sarvas (now UNPA).
BRIEF DESCRIPTION: The following Serbian civilians were killed: Melanija Bojanic (1927), Dusan Bojanic (1950), Branka Bojanic (1952), Veselin Adamovic (1944), Gospava Adamovic (1949), Lazar Jerenic (1954), Zorka Petrovic (1926), Svetislav Sandic (1939) and Dusan Milojevic (1964).
INDICATION CONCERNING PERPETRATOR(S): Members of the police and the Croatian National Guard, Republic of Croatia.
EVIDENCE: Report issued by the Local Community Office of Jelenovo (formely Sarvas), testimonies of Veljko Tepavac, Radomir Simic and an administrative officer who was unwilling to reveal his identity.
NOTE:

I-007
DESIGNATION OF CRIME: Wilful killing of civilians.
TIME AND PLACE: Between 23 and 27 August 1991, Sisak, Croatia.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Zoran Vranesevic, employee of the "Karic Banka" in Beograd and previously working in the Sisak police station was killed on his way to the village of Kinjacka for the burial of his father. He was killed by a gunshot in the head and chest.
INDICATION CONCERNING PERPETRATOR(S): Members of the armed units of the Republic of Croatia.
EVIDENCE: Testimony of Ljubica Vranesevic (8 Misarska Street, Beograd)
NOTE: According to the testimony of Aleksandar Banjanin, from Sisak, Zoran's body was found near the place called Stari Grad, hung by a willow tree and pushed into the Kupa river. His remains were buried at the Sisak cemetery on 28 August 1992.

I-008
DESIGNATION OF CRIME: Wilful killing of civilians
TIME AND PLACE: 26 August 1991, Borovo Naselje, near Vukovar (UNPA)
BRIEF DESCRIPTION: The Croatian National Guards killed Ilija Lozancic in his home as part of the campaign of intimidating and plundering the property of the Serbian civilian population aimed at forcing them to move out of the region.
INDICATION CONCERNING PERPETRATOR(S): Ivo Zivkovic and some other members of the Croatian National Guards.
EVIDENCE: Investigation proceedings have been instituted by military prosecutor against Ivo Zivkovic. All evidence about the nature and time of the commission of the crime are kept in file I VTK No. 1142/92 of the Military Prosecutor's Office in Belgrade.
NOTE: The above person has been exchanged under the Agreement reached by the Governments of the FR of Yugoslavia and the Republic of Croatia.

I-009
DESIGNATION OF CRIME: Wilful killing of civilians.
TIME AND PLACE: August-November 1991, Vukovar (now UNPA).
BRIEF DESCRIPTION: About 200 civilians were taken out of shelters in Vukovar and Borovo Naselje and executed. The bodies of victims were thrown into the Danube.
INDICATION CONCERNING PERPETRATOR(S): Zdenko Novak, Djuro Brodjanac, Ksenija Piplica, Martin Sabljic, Zoran Sipos and nine other members of the Croatian National Guard in Vukovar.
EVIDENCE: Files I K Nos. 108/92, 112/92, 125/92, 133/92 and 144/92 of the Military Court in Belgrade.
NOTE: The above persons were exchanged in Nemetin on 14 August 1992, under the Agreement reached in Budapest.




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