Bosnia & Hercegovina: SIPA arrests seven persons on suspicion of war crimes against Serbs

by J P Maher on December 28, 2013

in Bosnia, J P Maher (team member), pogroms

Seems somebody finally decided that deceased Serbs matter.

inSerbia has the story:

SARAJEVO – By the order of the War Crimes Prosecutor, members of the State Agency for Investigation and Protection (SIPA) arrested seven persons suspected that, as members of the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina, committed war crimes against Serbian population in 1992.

Prosecution suspects them for war crimes committed against the victims of Serbian nationality in Kukavice, in the municipality of Rogatica, on August 28 1992.

They attacked the Serbian civilians, who moved from the territory of the municipality of Gorazde to the territory of the municipality of Rogatica.

More than 20 victims were killed in the attack, mostly women, children and elderly of the Serbian nationality.

The Prosecutor of the Special Department for War Crimes conducted a thorough and intensive investigation into the war crimes, which present the largest suffering of the victims of Serbian nationality in the area, after which the suspects were identified.

They were arrested this morning, SIPA said in a statement.

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