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I-010
DESIGNATION OF CRIME: Wilful killing of civilians.
TIME AND PLACE: September-October 1991, Vukovar, UNPA.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Direct involvement in the organized killings of Serb civilians, JNA officers and Territorial Defence members who were brought to the Vukovar Hospital for treatment of their wounds.
INDICATION CONCERNING PERPETRATOR(S): Jure Njaro, a doctor; Sadika Bilus, a doctor; Berislav Kucan and his wife Ljilja, a nurse; Mirko Mandic, a plaster maker; Adela Kolesar, a nurse; Stef, a dentist; Andrija Sijanovic, a doctor; Tomislav Meretler and his wife Ljubica, a nurse; Martin Dosen and his brother called Boxer; Braco Sain and a large group of the rest of the staff suspected of having participated in the commission of crimes.
EVIDENCE: Testimonies of witnesses to the Federal Secretariat for Internal Affairs.

I-011
DESIGNATION OF CRIME: Wilful killing of civilians.
TIME AND PLACE: Early October 1991, Borovo Naselje.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Milo Djukic and two unidentified civilians, all Serbs, were killed in order to pursue the policy of ethnic cleansing. They were first imprisoned, physically abused and tortured, inter alia, by stabbing and swallowing salt, etc.
INDICATION CONCERNING PERPETRATOR(S): Perpetrators are Vlado Sabljic, Vlado Sterc and Marko Filkovic including Stevan Demetar who also was also involved in the torture of victims.
EVIDENCE: Investigation proceedings have been instituted against the above named persons. All evidence on the nature of the crime and time of its commission including testimonies of witnesses are in the file I VTK No. 1364/92 at the Military Prosecutor's Office.
NOTE: The above persons were exchanged under the relevant Agreement reached by the Governments of the FR of Yugoslavia and the Republic of Croatia.

I-012
DESIGNATION OF CRIME: Wilful killing of civilians.
TIME AND PLACE: mid-October 1991, Borovo Naselje.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION: After being arrested Cedo Jovic, N. Vojvodic, Panitic (waiter), Milan Siladjin and 6 more unidentified Serbs were taken to Vukovar and killed there. This was part of the action to take civilians from shelters, houses and apartments and conscript them by force.
INDICATION CONCERNING PERPETRATOR(S): There is evidence that the perpetrators are Vlado Sterc and Vlado Demetar, members of ZNG military police.
EVIDENCE: Investigation proceedings against the abovementioned persons have been instituted by the Military Prosecutor's Office. All evidence about the nature of the crime and time of its commission including testimonies of witnesses are in the file I VTK No. 1364/92 at the Military Prosecutor's Office.
NOTE: Both perpetrators were exchanged under the relevant Agreement reached by the Governments of the FR of Yugoslavia and the Republic of Croatia.

I-013
DESIGNATION OF CRIME: Wilful killing of civilians.
TIME AND PLACE: 16-18 October 1991, Kukin Do, in the area of the village of Siroka Kula near Gospic, Croatia.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION: After being tortured 24 Serb civilians from Gospic were executed. Forensics have identified the following 11 persons: Branko Stulic, Ljubica Trifunovic, Stanko Smiljanic, Dana Bulj, Simo Kljajic, Zeljko Mrkic, Mirjana Kalanj, Djordje Kalanj, Dragica Vranes, Nikola Gajic and Radovan Barac.
INDICATION CONCERNING PERPETRATOR(S): Members of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the ZNG of the Republic of Croatia.
EVIDENCE: Forensic findings; a video filmed at the site of the crime; a video containing testimonies of the family members of the killed; military medical corps review magazine No. 2/92.
NOTE: According to the testimony of witnesses, by the end of October 1991, app. 500 Serb residents of Gospic were missing. All of them are believed to have been killed.

I-014
DESIGNATION OF CRIME: Wilful killing of civilians.
TIME AND PLACE: May/June 1992, village of Zagoni, Bratunac, Bosnia- Herzegovina.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Cruel torture of Serb civilians (taking out of brain, eyes, breaking of bones and ribs, belly stabbs, etc. ). The following were killed: Dusanka Paunovic, Rada Milosevic, Miodrag Madovic, Dragoljub Gvozdenovic and Milos Jovanovic-Spat.
INDICATION CONCERNING PERPETRATOR(S): Moslem forces.
EVIDENCE: Forensic findings of the Bratunac Health Centre which have been submitted to the State Commission for War Crimes and Crime of Genocide.
NOTE:

I-015
DESIGNATION OF CRIME: Wilful killing of civilians.
TIME AND PLACE: November 1991, Vukovar, UNPA.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Planting of mines and other explosives in civilian facilities in the Vukovar area, which claimed many lives among the civilians including children.
INDICATION CONCERNING PERPETRATOR(S): Zdenko Novak (1959), formerly residing in Vukovar; Franjo Brodanjac (1969), formerly residing in Nasice and Zoran Cako (1960), formerly residing in Djenovac, municipality of Nasice.
EVIDENCE: Reports on the autopsy performed on the victims, testimonies of witnesses and partial confessions of the accused are kept on the criminal records of the Military Court in Belgrade, KI No. 125/92.
NOTE: The above persons have been indicted.

I-016
DESIGNATION OF CRIME: Wilful killing of civilians.
TIME AND PLACE: November 1991 (date unknown), Borovo Naselje.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Milan Vezmar, Milorad Zoric and Bosko Grbic were killed in shelter, as part of the campaign to exterminate the Serbian population in this region.
INDICATION CONCERNING PERPETRATOR(S): Members of the military police of Croatian National Guard.
EVIDENCE: The Military Prosecutor's Office in Belgrade has initiated an investigation against Mate Jozicic and Darko Babic, Croatian citizens, who showed the above Serbs to members of the military police of the Croatian National Guards. All evidence about the nature of the crime and time of its commission including testimonies of witnesses are in the file I VTK No. 1366/92 of the Military Prosecutor's Office in Belgrade.
NOTE: Mate Jozicic and Darko Babic were exchanged under the Agreement on POW Exchange reached by the Governments of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and the Republic of Croatia.

I-017
DESIGNATION OF CRIME. Wilful killing of civilians.
TIME AND PLACE: 15 November 1991, Vukovar.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Ivan Jagic, 7 Cvorkovac Street, Vukovar, was killed after hearing only because he was a Serb.
INDICATION CONCERNING PERPETRATOR(S): Perpetrators, by order of Ivica Stojanovic, are Ivica Smit and Milan Linic, all members of the military police of the Croatian National Guard.
EVIDENCE: Investigation proceedings have been instituted 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 at the Military Prosecutor's Office in Belgrade.
NOTE: The above persons were exchanged under the relevant Agreement reached by the Governments of the FR of Yugoslavia and the Republic of Croatia.

I-018
DESIGNATION OF CRIME: Wilful killing of civilians.
TIME AND PLACE: 15 November 1991, Marino Selo, Novska, Croatia.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION: The Croatian ZNG forces massacred in this village 14 local Serbs of the villages of Kip and Klisa near Daruvar (now UNPA); namely, Mijo Danojevic, Filip Gojkovic, Mijo Gojkovic, Nikola Gojkovic, Nikola Krajnovic, Petar Novakovic, Jovo (Tadija) Popovic, Jovo (Teja) Popovic, Milan Popovic, Pero Popovic, Dusan Popovic, Jovo Gojkovic, Rade Gojkovic, Savo Gojkovic.
INDICATION CONCERNING PERPETRATOR(S): It is assumed that the persons taking part in the torture and murder of Serbs were members of the Daruvar police and the Croatian military - Vlado Kec, Gojko Boro, Josip Hunjek, Keja Joscak, Zeljko Sepl, Zoran Sepl and Damir Sepl.
EVIDENCE: Testimonies of eye witness Mija Krajinovic concerning the crime made to the Red Cross Organization of Yugoslavia and documents of this Organization submitted to the Joint Commission to trace missing persons and mortal remains.
NOTE:

I-019
DESIGNATION OF CRIME: Wilful killing of civilians.
TIME AND PLACE: The night of 11-12 December 1991, village of Paulin Dvor near Osijek, Croatia.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION: During the night of 11-12 December 1991, the Croatian forces and some Croatian paramilitary units massacred 18 Serb villagers and one ethnic Hungarian, who served in a Serb family. The following villagers were killed: Bozo Sudzukovic (1913), Marija Sudzukovic (1914), Dara Vukovic (1934), Draga Katic (1919), Mile Katic (1933), Mitar Katic (1909), Petar Katic (1937), Bosa Katic (1939), Milan Labus (1940), Jovo Gavric (1936), Vuko Medic (1929), Milka Rodic (1925), Bosko Jelic (1942), Andja Jelic (1953), Spasoje Milovic (1933), Milka Milovic (1933), Boja Grubisic (1916), Milka Lapcevic (1916), Karlo Keckes (approximately 55).
INDICATION CONCERNING PERPETRATOR(S): The ZNG forces and Croatian paramilitary. One of the perpetrators undeniably Nikola Ivankovic known as Danguba from the village of Vladislavci, age 35. Other perpetrators are believed to be also from the neighbouring villages of Vladisavci and Hrastin.
EVIDENCE: A testimony of witness Novica Sudzukovic deposited with the State Commission for Establishing War Crimes and Crime of Genocide Committed against the Population of Serb and other origin during Armed Conflicts in Croatia; medical report on the causes of death of Dara Vujnovic (a cut on the neck and face, both hands, and a piece of skull removed). There is also evidence in possession of the Red Cross Organization of Yugoslavia relating to this crime.

I-020
DESIGNATION OF CRIME: Wilful killing of civilians.
TIME AND PLACE: 17 December 1991, around midnight, Podravska Slatina, Croatia.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Stanko Grkinic (1924) was killed by a gunshot in his bedroom. His wife Marica (1926) was gravely wounded by seven shots.
INDICATION CONCERNING PERPETRATOR(S): Croatian National Guards
EVIDENCE: Testimony of Milan Grkinic, hospital discharge paper for Marica Grknic.

I-021
DESIGNATION OF CRIME: Wilful killing of civilians
TIME AND PLACE: 25 December 1991, Osijek (Croatia)
BRIEF DESCRIPTION: During the night of 25 December, the police broke into the apartment of Milenko Stanar (1948) who was there with his mother. They dragged him away and savagely killed. His mother had to pay for her son's body to give him a decent burial.
INDICATION CONCERNING PERPETRATOR(S): Members of the Croatian police from Osijek.
EVIDENCE: Statement by a witness, Novica Sudjzukovic, Belgrade, to the Commission entrusted with the task of collecting information on the crimes of genocide and other crimes against humanity carried out on the population of Serbian and other origins. The statement was given on 7 April 1992.




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