Popovic et al. - "Srebrenica"
Vujadin Popovic, Ljubisa Beara, Drago Nikolic, Ljubomir Borovcanin, Radivoje Miletic, Milan Gvero, Vinko Pandurevic
THE HAGUE | 10.06.2010.
The Trial Chamber today handed down its judgment to the seven Bosnian Serb military and police officers, finding that the prosecution proved beyond reasonable doubt that the accused committed all the crimes alleged in the indictment, except deportation: genocide, conspiracy to commit genocide, extermination, murder, cruel and inhumane treatment, terrorizing civilians, persecution and forcible removal of population
THE HAGUE | 11.09.2009.
In their closing arguments, the defense of generals Radivoje Miletic and Milan Gvero condemned the prosecution’s ‘amending of the indictment during the trial’. Asking for their acquittal, the defense argued that the accusations against their clients remained unproven
THE HAGUE | 10.09.2009.
Ljubomir Borovcanin’s defense described the prosecution claims about his responsibility as mere ‘guesswork’. In her closing argument, Radivoje Miletic’s counsel noted the ‘prosecution has been unable’ to prove her client’s responsibility for the crimes in Srebrenica and Zepa
THE HAGUE | 09.09.2009.
In their closing arguments delivered at the Srebrenica Seven trial, the defense counsel of Drago Nikolic and Ljubomir Borovcanin have pointed out that the prosecution has misrepresented the role of their clients in the Srebrenica crimes and covered up some potentially exculpatory evidence
THE HAGUE | 07.09.2009.
Life sentence is the ‘only punishment that can be sought for these accused’, the prosecution argued as it continued with the closing argument at the trial of Bosnian Serb military and police officers charged with crimes in Srebrenica and Zepa. The defense of Vujadin Popovic denied the responsibility of the Drina Corps security officer, calling for his acquittal of all charges
THE HAGUE | 04.09.2009.
At the end of its closing argument, the prosecution refrained from calling for a specific sentence for the seven Bosnian Serb military and police officers charged with genocide and other crimes committed in Srebrenica and Zepa in July 1995. SENSE has learned that the prosecution has put that in its confidential final brief
THE HAGUE | 03.09.2009.
The prosecution goes on with its closing argument at the trial of seven Bosnian Serb military and police officers. The prosecution claims it has proven beyond reasonable doubt the crime of genocide and the responsibility of the five accused who are charged with it
THE HAGUE | 02.09.2009.
The prosecution began its closing arguments at the trial of the seven Bosnian Serb military and police officers charged with genocide and crimes against humanity in Srebrenica and Zepa in July 1995. The prosecution and the defense will have two weeks to deliver their closing statements
THE HAGUE | 01.05.2009.
As the trial of the seven Bosnian Serbs military and police officers draws to its end, the prosecution has updated the data on the exhumation and identification of Srebrenica victims from July 1995. According to the latest data, 5,358 victims have been exhumed from mass graves; the remains of 648 persons were found on the surface and identified
THE HAGUE | 12.03.2009.
Professor Radmilo Marojevic has done a linguistic analysis of two combat reports drafted by Vinko Pandurevic, former Zvornik Brigade commander, for his defense. He followed it up with his theory, albeit not an entirely original one, on how ‘Serbs were trapped into committing genocide’ in July 1995 in Srebrenica