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Vice Admiral

Miodrag Jokic is accused of violations of the laws or customs of war by the International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia. Identity

  • Miodrag Jokic was born on 1935, in Mionica, Valjevo municipality, Serbia.
  • He was promoted to Vice Admiral in 1991 ans was named later in the year as the Commander of the Ninth Military Naval Sector.

Proceeding

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Commander at the Celebici camp - Celibici case Identity

  • Zdravko Mucic was born on 31 August 1955. From May to November 1992, he was commander at the Celebici camp in the Konjic municipality of Central Bosnia.

Proceedings

  • Zdravko Mucic was arrested in Austria on 18 March 1996.
  • He was indicted together with Zejnil Delalic, Hazim Delic and Ezad Landzo.
  • He was transferred to the ICTY on 9 April 1996.
  • On 11 April 1996, he pleaded not guilty to all counts.

Chamber

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On September 10, three trials begin at the Hague Tribunal. A total of seven defendants will appear before three chambers comprised, among others, of six ad litem judges. As the court reconvenes, this appears to be the first concrete result of the Jorda reform. At 9:30 a.m. on Monday morning, as the judges sound the three raps of the gavel signaling the opening of the new trials, one man will doubtless be letting out a discreet sigh of relief and will give himself a well-earned pat on the back.

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President of the Vukovar Munipality

Accused Slavko Dokmanevic died while awaiting the verdict of his trial, wich was scheduled to be handed down on Tuesday 7 July. Indicment

  • Slavko Dokmanovic accused of crimes against humanity, violations of the laws and customs of war, and violations of the Geneva conventions.

Identity

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Zoran Marinic is accused of serious infringements of the Geneva Conventions and violations of the laws or customs of war by the International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia.

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Guard in Keraterm camp

Predrag Banovic was accused of crimes against humanity, namely for murder. The International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia Trial Chamber sentenced him to 8 years' imprisonment on 28 October 2003.
Identity

  • Predrag Banovic, also called « Cupo », was born on 28 October 1969 in Prijedor.
  • He was a guard in the Keraterm camp from 20 June 1992 and 6 August 1992.

Charges

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Chief of National Security Service in Bosanski Samac

Simo Zaric was accused of crimes against humanity, namely persecutions, based upon cruel and inhumane treatment including beatings, torture, and confinement under inhumane conditions. The International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia Trial Chamber sentenced him to 6 years' imprisonment on 17 October 2003.

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Commander of the Split military district

Ante Gotovina is accused of crimes against humanity and violations of the law or customs of war by the International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia. Identity

  • Ante Gotovina was born 12 October 1955 on the island of Pasman, in Croatia.

Charges

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Dusan Knezevic is accused of crimes against humanity, and violations of the laws or customs of war by the International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia. Identity

  • Dusan Knezevic was born on 17 June 1967 in the Orlovci area, Prijedor.

 

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