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I-034
DESIGNATION OF CRIME: Wilful killing of civilians.
TIME AND PLACE: 25-28 May 1992, village of Bradina (Bosnia and Herzegovina).
BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Summarily and brutally executed were: Pero Mrkajic (poured with petrol and set in fire), Rade Mrkajic, Zoran Mrkajic, Rajko Mrkajic, Spaso Mrkajic, Risto Mrkajic, Zoran Mrkajic, Velibor Mrkajic, Zoran Djordjic, Nedjo Djordjic, Bosko Djordjic, Milorad Kuljanin, Nedeljko Kuljanin, Gojko Kuljanin, Pero Kuljanin, Sreten Kuljanin, Zdravko Kuljanin, Milovan Kuljanin, Slavko Kuljanin, Nedeljko Kuljan, Kesa Vujicic, Dragan Vujicic, Zdravko Zivak, Toma Zivak, Veseljko Zivak, Branko Zuza, Njegos Koprivica and Bogdan Kures. It is believed that the number of murdered civilians is more than the 26 listed above.
INDICATION CONCERNING PERPETRATOR(S): The Croatian and Moslem forces.
EVIDENCE: Report of the President of the Association of Serbs from Bosnia and Herzegovina; testimony of a witness whose name haa been filed with the Association of Serbs from Bosnia and Herzegovina and with the State Commission for War Crimes and Crimes of Genocide.
NOTE: Sretko Kuljanin and one other Serb were beheaded and their heads were taken to Konjic as a trophy.

I-035
DESIGNATION OF CRIME: Wilful killing of civilians.
TIME AND PLACE: 7 June 1992, village of Tasovcic (Capljina), Bosnia and Herzegovina
BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Civilians Milan Misita, alias Pota (1944), Ilija Misita, alias Pundo (1929), Vojko Ijacic, alias Majstor (1921), Branko Bekan, (1942), Djoko Djonlaga (1943), Djurdja Reljic (1943) and Vukasin Reljic, (1974) were violently killed. First three persons were killed on their door steps. The others were shot in the back while they were trying to flee the invading HOS units.
INDICATION CONCERNING PERPETRATOR(S): Jozo Vegar ( who murdered Milan Misita) and other unidentified HOS soldiers.
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-036
DESIGNATION OF CRIME: Wilful killing of civilians.
TIME AND PLACE: 7 June 1992, village Klepci (Capljina), Bosnia and Herzegovina
BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Simana Cukteras, nee Slijepcevic (1925), massacred on her doorsteps.
INDICATION CONCERNING PERPETRATOR(S): HOS soldier from Capljina
EVIDENCE: Statement of a witness whose identity is deposited with the Association of the Serbs from Bosnia and Hercegovina.
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I-037
DESIGNATION OF CRIME: Wilful killing of civilians.
TIME AND PLACE: 7 June 1992, around 14. OO, Potkosa village (Capljina), Bosnia and Herzegovina
BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Bosa Ijacic, (1928), massacred on her doorsteps.
INDICATION CONCERNING PERPETRATOR(S): HOS soldiers from the Seitanic family residing in the village of Oplicic, who were the victim's next-door neighbours.
EVIDENCE: Statement of a witness whose identity is deposited with the Association of Serbs from Bosnia and Hercegovina.
NOTE:

I-038
DESIGNATION OF CRIME: Wilful killing of civilians.
TIME AND PLACE: 7 June 1992, around 15:00, Recice village (Capljina), Bosnia and Herzegovina
BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Radoslavka Zdralic, (1932), massacred on her doorsteps.
INDICATION CONCERNING PERPETRATOR(S): HOS soldiers from the Suta family living in the neighbouring village of Oplicic, Cuckovina hamlet.
EVIDENCE: Statement of a witness whose identity is deposited with the Association of Serbs from Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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I-039
DESIGNATION OF CRIME: Wilful killing of civilians.
TIME AND PLACE: 7 June 1992, Prebilovci village (Capljina), Bosnia and Herzegovina.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Gospava Dragicevic, alias Gosa, (1905), and Draginja Medic, alias Draga, (1930), massacred on their doorsteps.
INDICATION CONCERNING PERPETRATOR(S): HOS soldiers from Capljina
EVIDENCE: Statement of a witness whose identity is deposited with the Association of the Serbs from Bosnia and Hercegovina.
NOTE:

I-040
DESIGNATION OF CRIME: Wilful killing of civilians.
TIME AND PLACE: Morning of 10 June 1992, village of Cemerno near Sarajevo.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION: After the brutal attack on the village, in which there were only civilians, 29 Serbs were murdered and massacred, and the village was burned down. The following persons were killed: Djordje Bunjevac (56), Rajko Bunjevac (56), Goran Bunjevac (35), Koviljka Bunjevac (56), Milosava Bunjevac, Milan Bunjevac, Ranko Bunjevac and Slavojka Bunjevac (7), Radinka Damjanovic (32), Ranka Damjanovic (30), Pasa Damjanovic (52), Zdravko Damjanovic (27), Staka Damjanovic (57), Stanoje Markovic, Djuka Markovic, Manojlo Markovic, Milenko Trifkovic (59), Jana Trifkovic (47), Rajko Trifkovic (17), Zarko Malesevic, Milovan Malesevic, Miroslav Jankovic, Sreten Jankovic, Stana Rasevic (68), Svetozar Kapetanovic, Radomir Jevtic, Gojko Djurdajic, Nedeljko Micic and Novo Cvjetkovic.
INDICATION CONCERNING PERPETRATOR(S): Moslem-Croatian forces.
EVIDENCE: A video recording the site of the crime with testimonies of Petar Rasevic and of a survived member of the Trifkovic family.
NOTE:

I-041
DESIGNATION OF CRIME: Wilful killing of civilians.
TIME AND PLACE: 6 July 1992, border between Montenegro and Bosnia- Herzegovina.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION: Members of The Serb Territorial Defence force of the Serbian Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina killed a family of three trying to evacuate, with permission, from Foca to Montenegro.
INDICATION CONCERNING PERPETRATOR(S): Six members of the Territorial Defence force of the Serbian Republic.
EVIDENCE: Charges have been brought before the Higher Court in Podgorica against the six persons concerned for committing a war crime against civilians, as stated in the information No. A. 69/92 dated 28 October 1992, received from the Federal Public Prosecutor.
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I-042
DESIGNATION OF CRIME: Wilful killing of civilians.
TIME AND PLACE: Between 25 and 28 September 1992, villages of Rogosije and Nedrista near Milici (Bosna and Herzegovina).
BRIEF DESCRIPTION: The following persons were killed: D. Alimpic; J. Sevkusic; M. Kovacevic; M. Vuicic; Lj. Jurosevic; Z. Ravnjakovic; M. Mitrovic; Luka and Velimir Majstorovic; Nedjo, Nenad and Mile Stanisic; Dragoljub and Radomir Deuric; Zarko, Milomir and Marko Prodanovic; Bora and Tomislav Tesic; C. Tosic; M. Mijic; R. Rebic; Radenko and Tomislav Tesic. Three corpses are still unidentified, while nine others have not yet been found. Two of the victims were impaled. The others were first shot into the legs to prevent them from running away and then they were massacred, beheaded and set in fire. A number of corpses were found castrated or with fingers cut off.
INDICATION CONCERNING PERPETRATOR(S): Members of the Moslem armed forces.
EVIDENCE: TV Belgrade filmed story showing massacred bodies and account by S. Djeric, surgeon in the hospital in Milici and a report of the US journalist Richard Ross.
NOTE:

I-043
DESIGNATION OF CRIME: Wilful killing of civilians.
TIME AND PLACE: 20/21 December 1991, 44 Nikola Tesla Street, Novska, Croatia.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION: The Couple Keleura, Mirko and Marica, nee Milanovic, and the couple Uzelac, Andrija and Jela, were massacred in the home of the Keleura family. Jela Uzelac was beheaded, Marica Keleura's body was ripped from throat to genitals, while Andrija Uzelac was found with his left hand fingers chopped off.
INDICATION CONCERNING PERPETRATOR(S)S: Kata Tomic known as Katica, next- door neighbour of the murdered family, with a group of ethnic Albanians members of the Croatian National Guards.
EVIDENCE: Testimony of Dragan and Drazen Keleura.
NOTE: The victims were buried in the village of Borovac. No autopsy was performed but there is testimony of their relatives.




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