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I-022
DESIGNATION OF CRIME: Wilful killing of civilians.
TIME AND PLACE: Second half of 199l, village of Karadzicevo, UNPA.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Radomir Tismak, Zoran Sodolovac, Bogdan Rajicic, Cedo Marceta, Sveto Marceta, Miroslav Kuzmanovic, Drazen Petrovic, Zeljko Petrovic and Radmila Katic - all Serb civilians, were most brutally killed. Radmila Katic was massacred (cut throat), while Zoran Sodolovac was beheaded.
INDICATION CONCERNING PERPETRATOR(S): ZNG members.
EVIDENCE: A video made at the site of the crime.
NOTE: ZNG members raided into the village with three trucks and one tank bearing JNA symbols, which misled the villagers and they went out to welcome their army.

I-023
DESIGNATION OF CRIME: Wilful killing of civilians.
TIME AND PLACE: Early January 1992, Pakrac (UNPA).
BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Nevenka Vuckovic, age 64, killed by a gunshot in the head.
INDICATION CONCERNING PERPETRATOR(S): Croatian National Guards.
EVIDENCE: Testimony of Jovan Miljanic.
NOTE:

I-024
DESIGNATION OF CRIME: Willful killing of civilians.
TIME AND PLACE: 16-17 February 1992, village of Cerna near Zupanja, Croatia.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Rade, Anica, Nena, Milena (16) and Marko (13) Olujic killed by a gunshot in their family home.
INDICATION CONCERNING PERPETRATOR(S): Ivan Cetina, commander of the Croatian National Guards in the village, and Jakisa Situm, Ivan Mandic and Ivan Stepic.
EVIDENCE: Testimony of Branko Olujic given to the State Commission for Establishing War Crimes of Genocide against Serbs and other Ethnic Communities during the Armed Conflicts in Croatia (current address: 69 Zemunska Street, Dobanovci).
NOTE: According to Branko Olujic the Zagreb weekly "Arena" published a story on the crime.

I-025
DESIGNATION OF CRIME: Willful killing of civilians.
TIME AND PLACE: 25 February 1992, around 21:00, 17 Kranjceviceva Street, Daruvar, Croatia.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Radovan (36), Jovanka, nee Medakovic (32), Dejan (14) and Nenad (10) Radosavljevic murdered in their home.
INDICATION CONCERNING PERPETRATOR(S): Croatian National Guards from Daruvar.
EVIDENCE: Testimony of Milica Milkovic, nee Radosavljevic, given to the State Commission for Establishing War Crimes of Genocide against Serbs and Other Ethnic Communities during Armed Conflicts in Croatia (current address 8 Baranji Karolja, Temerin).
NOTE: Remains of the killed Radosavljevic family were buried in the village of Imsovac near Daruvar. According to the information on the reported crime, a Croatian National Guard whose family name was Mudri was arrested on suspicion of having committed this crime and subsequently acquitted by the court.

I-026
DESIGNATION OF CRIME: Wilful killing of civilians.
TIME AND PLACE: 26 March 1992, village of Sijekovac near bosanski Brod, Bosnia-Herzegovina.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION: After an incursion into the village, 12 local Serb civilians were executed. The following were killed: Branislav Zecevic, Borislav Zecevic, Jovo Zecevic, Milan Zecevic, Pejo Bacic, Risto Bacic, Zarko Bacic, Vid Radovanovic (an infirm old man), Zeljko Radovanovic, Milan Milosevic, Nenad Milosevic and Momir Martic. 50 Serb houses were totally destroyed.
INDICATION CONCERNING PERPETRATOR(S): Moslem-Croatian forces. EVIDENCE: A video recording the site of the crime and testimonies of eyewitnesses.
NOTE: The crime site was visited by Fikret Abdic, member of the BH Presidency.

I-027
DESIGNATION OF CRIME: Wilful killing of civilians.
TIME AND PLACE: 26 March 1992, around 16:00 hours, Sijekovac, northern Bosnia.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION: An armed paramilitary Moslem-Croatian group first called the inhabitants of the village of Sijekovac to negotiations. After the negotiations, as confirmed by a delegation of Serbs, had failed, the group attacked the village and killed Jovo Zecevic and his sons Milan, Petar and Vaso; Luka Milosevic and his sons Zeljo and Dragan; Vido Radanovic and his son Mirko, and Sreto Trifunovic. They loaded some of the corpses on trucks and tractors and threw them into the Sava River.
INDICATION CONCERNING PERPETRATOR(S): The crime has been committed by the members of the Croatian ZNG, led by Anto Prkacin and some Moslems (enclosed is a list of names of 28 persons who massacred the villagers) who previously invited the Serb delegation to the crisis headquarters in Sijekovac.
EVIDENCE: A written testimony concerning the crime and its perpetrators, given by the Serbs who participated in the negotiations: Milan Bacic, Milan Zecevic and Nikola Kusljic.
NOTE:

I-028
DESIGNATION OF CRIME: Wilful killing of civilians.
TIME AND PLACE: 3 April 1992, village of Kostres near bosanski Brod, Bosnia-Herzegovina.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Upon incursion into the village, 66 Serb inhabitants were massacred. The following were killed: four members of the Zoric family, three members of the Stanic family, two members each of the Mitric, Gojkovic, Ivic, Pavic, Misic and Djuric families respectively, one member each of the Vasic and Lazic families. In addition, the massacred included 20 men, 15 women and 10 children who have not yet been identified.
INDICATION CONCERNING PERPETRATOR(S): Alija Selimagic, Sead Mujcin, Enes Havic, Becir Hodzic and other members of the Moslem-Croatian forces.
EVIDENCE: A video recording a statement by Alija Selimagic.
NOTE: Before massacring their victims, the perpetrators raped women including girls aged 12 and 14. The 108th Brigade of the Croatian Army also took part in the operations around Bosanski Brod.

I-029
DESIGNATION OF CRIME: Wilful killing of civilians.
TIME AND PLACE: 6 April 1992, Kupres, Bosnia-Herzegovina.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION: After torture, 29 local Serb civilians were most brutally killed. The following were killed: Niko Karajlic (massacred), Milorad Kontic called Ciro (left eye taken out), Spiro Bosnic (massacred), Todor Dragoljevic, Tripko Pavlovic called Lola (killed by a hit on the head with a blunt instrument so that the upper part of his skull was smashed), Stevo Bubonja (right eye taken out), Lazo Kontic (right side of the face smashed after a hit with a blunt instrument; right ear cut off), Stevo Vugonja (right eye taken out), Milan Duvnjak, Cvetko Duvnjak, Jovo Duvnjak, Dusan Duvnjak, Vlado Duvnjak (80), Mitar Duvnjak, Drago Celebic, Marko Kalinic, Dragan Sormaz, Predrag Bastic, Jovo Pavlovic, Momcilo Sesum, Jovo Zubic, Nedeljko Karan and Vlastimir Jarcevic.
INDICATION CONCERNING PERPETRATOR(S): Ratko Rebrina, Safet and Sulejman Pilic, Matko Vila, Ivo Males, Branko Zulj and other members of the Croatian- Moslem forces.
EVIDENCE: A video recording the site of the crime and testimonies of witnesses, the statement of Milica Sormaz, photos of the killed persons.
NOTE:

I-030
DESIGNATION OF CRIME: Wilful killing of civilians
TIME AND PLACE: 1 May 1992, village of Odzak and Kupres, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION: The following nine Serb inhabitants of Kupres were killed: Jovo Pavlovic, Mirko Kaulic, Jovo Zubic, Dragan Sormaz, Vlastimir Jarcevic, Nedeljko Karan, Vlado Duvnjak, Momcilo Sesum and Predrag Bastic.
INDICATION CONCERNING PERPETRATOR(S): Safet Pilic, Sulejman Pilic, Sejo Pilic, Ekrem Pilic, Milenko Vila, Marko Vila, Mirko Vila, Mijo Vila, Zoran Vila, Ratko Rebrina, Smail Mandjuka, Miroslav Kaminski, Ante Jelic, Zijad Mandjuka, Bozo Zulj and Pero Dumancic. They are all from Kupres and on the run.
EVIDENCE: After the report was made on the site of the crime in cooperation with the military investigating authorities, the Higher Public Prosecutor's Office in Banja Luka filed charges, No. KU-94/92 dated 13 May 1992, against all of the 16 persons involved on suspicion that they cruelly and perfidiously killed those Serb villagers for ethnic reasons and thus committed a crime against humanity and international law.
NOTE:

I-031
DESIGNATION OF CRIME: Wilful killing of civilians.
TIME AND PLACE: 2 May 1992, Konjic (Bosnia and Herzegovina).
BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Djuro Magazin (70) was killed near his home, while mending the damaged fence around the Serb Orthodox church.
INDICATION CONCERNING PERPETRATOR(S): M. Comaga, a Moslem extremist
EVIDENCE: Report of the President of the Association of Serbs of Bosnia
and Herzegovina. NOTE:

I-032
DESIGNATION OF CRIME: Wilful killing of civilians.
TIME AND PLACE: Second half of May 1992, detention camp Ljubuski
BRIEF DESCRIPTION: After being arrested in Capljina in late April 1992 Drazen Tripic (S/O Sreten) and Sreten Tripic were tortured in Ljubusko camp for a month, taken to the Trebizat river and killed near Kravica waterfalls. Drazen was impaled in the presence of his father and roasted alive. Sreten was then mutilated and killed.
INDICATION CONCERNING PERPETRATOR(S): Members of the Croatian Armed Forces (HOS) from Capljina or Ljubusko
EVIDENCE: Statement of a witness whose identity is known to the Association of Serbs from Bosnia and Herzegovina and kept on its files.
NOTE:

I-033
DESIGNATION OF CRIME: Wilful killing of civilians.
TIME AND PLACE: 22 May 1992, villages of Bjelovcina, Cerice and Donje Selo (Bosnia and Herzegovina).
BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Summarily executed were: four members of the family Milosevic, Milorad Cecez, Dusan Cecez, Velimir Cecez, Mirko Cecez, Stevica Ninkovic, Marko Ninkovic, Rade Ninkovic, Predrag Kuljanin, Tihomir Kuljanin and Novica Zivak. It is believed that the number of the killed Serbs is even bigger.
INDICATION CONCERNING PERPETRATOR(S): The Croatian and Moslem forces
EVIDENCE: Report of the President of the Association of Serbs from Bosnia and Herzegovina.
NOTE: After the attack, all Serbs from these villages were taken to the Celebici detention camp.




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