War Criminals - cont'd

 
Zeljko Meakic
NAME:
Zeljko Meakic
Bosnian Serb
Commander of Omarska prison camp
STATUS:
Surrendered to the Serbian Police Ministry on June 30, 2003
Turned over to the Tribunal on July 4, 2003
CRIME:
Accused of genocide, crimes against humanity, and violations of the Geneva Convention and of the law and customs of war for actions as commander of the Omarska prison camp.
Read the Initial Indictment
Read the Redacted Indictment (pdf format)
Read the Amended Indictment (pdf format)
LOCATION:
The Hague, Netherlands
 
Slobodan Miljkovic
NAME:
Slobodan Miljkovic
aka "Lugar"
Bosnian Serb
STATUS:
Died June 28, 1998 from multiple gunshot wounds sustained in a drunken brawl in a bar in Kragujevac, Serbia.
Case closed.
CRIME:
Alleged participation in mass killings in Bosanski Samac, Bosnia in 1992. Also wanted on three counts of individual murder and numerous beatings.
Read the indictment
Read the article regarding his death
LOCATION:
Kragujevac, Serbia
 
Slobodan Milosevic
NAME:
Slobodan Milosevic
Former President of Yugoslavia
STATUS:
Surrendered April 1, 2001 to Yugoslav authorities.
Turned over to The Hague Tribunal, June 28, 2001 by the Serbian government.
Died while in custody, March 11, 2006.
CRIME:
Formally charged with crimes against humanity for actions in Kosovo - May 27, 1999. No charges have been filed for actions in Bosnia or Croatia.
No verdict reached due to death of suspect.
LOCATION:
Pozarevac, Serbia
 
Ratko Mladic
NAME:
Ratko Mladic
Bosnian Serb Army Commander
STATUS:
Remains at large. Presumed to be living in either Serbia or the Bosnain Serb republic.
CRIME:
Accused of crimes against humanity, grave breaches of the 1949 Geneva Conventions, murder, plunder and violations of the laws or customs of war.
Read the Initial Indictment
Read the Amended Indictment
LOCATION:
Serbia?
 
Mile Mrksic
NAME:
Mile Mrksic
Colonel, Yugoslavian Army
Belgrade-based Guards Brigade
STATUS:
Voluntarily surrendered on May 15, 2002
CRIME:
Charged with two counts each of violations of the laws or customs of war, grave breaches of the Geneva Conventions and crimes against humanity for the deaths of nearly 300 men who were taken from the Vukovar hospital after the city of Vukovar, Croatia fell to Serbian forces on November 18, 1991.
Read the Initial Indictment
LOCATION:
Serbia
 
Zdravko Mucic
NAME:
Zdravko Mucic
Bosnian Muslim
Commander of the Celibici prison camp
STATUS:
Arrested in Austria in 1996.
Found guilty by virtue of his individual and superior responsibility on 11 counts of grave breaches of the Geneva Conventions and violations of the laws or customs of war.
Sentenced to nine years imprisonment, November 16, 1998.
Counsel for Mucic has filed a notice of appeal against the Judgement and sentence. The Prosecution has filed a notice of appeal against the sentence.
Granted early release on July 10, 2003 after serving 4 1/2 years.
CRIME:
Charged with 13 counts of the Geneva Conventions and violations of the laws and customs of war for crimes committed in the Celibici prison camp in Central Bosnia.
Read the Initial Inditment
LOCATION:
Bosnia
 
Mile Mrksic
NAME:
Mile Mrksic
Serb
STATUS:
Remains at large
CRIME:
Accused of crimes against humanity, grave breaches of the Geneva Conventions and violations of the laws or customs of war. Accused of criminal responsibility for the beatings and the killings of the non-Serb men removed from the Vukovar Hospital and who were later executed at Ovcara and buried in a mass grave, individually responsible for committing, planning, instigating, ordering or otherwise aiding and abetting in the planning, preparation or execution of the crimes and criminally responsible for the acts of their subordinates.
Read the Initial Indictment
Read the Amended Indictment
LOCATION:
Unknown
 
Malden Naletilic
NAME:
Mladen "Tuta" Naletilic
Bosnian Croat
STATUS:
Extradited to The Hague on March 21, 2000
Sentenced to 20 yeras in prison on March 31, 2003
CRIME:
Accused of 17 counts of crimes against humanity, grave breaches of the Geneva Conventions and violations of the laws or customs of war for involvement in the persecution, torture, detention and murder of Moslems around Mostar, Bosnia in 1993.
Read the Initial Indictment (pdf format)
Read the Third Amended Indictment
LOCATION:
The Hague, Netherlands
 
Dragan Nikolic
NAME:
Dragan Nikolic
Bosnian Serb
Commander of Susica prison camp
STATUS:
Arrested April 21, 2000 by NATO troops
After pleading guilty to one count of persecution, sentenced to 27 years in prison on December 13, 2003
On appeal, sentence reduced to 20 years on March 8, 2006
CRIME:
Accused of killing eight Muslim detainees and torturing or mistreating seven others. He is also accused of illegally imprisoning 500 Bosnians and of orchestrating illegal deportation. He is charged with a total of 80 counts: 29 counts of crimes against humanity; 29 counts of grave breaches of the Geneva Conventions; and 22 counts of violations of the laws or customs of war.
Read the Initial Indictment
Read the First Amended Indictment
LOCATION:
The Hague, Netherlands
 
Dragan Obrenovic
NAME:
Dragan Obrenovic
Bosnian Serb Colonel
Deputy Commander, Zvornik Brigade
STATUS:
Arrested April 16, 2001 by NATO-led peacekeepers
Sentenced to 17 years in prison on December 11, 2003
CRIME:
Charged with five counts of complicity in genocide, crimes against humanity and violations of the laws and customs of war for his alleged participation in the July 1995 attack against Muslims in the eastern enclave of Srebrenica.
Read the Initial Indictment
Read the Statement of facts as set out by Dragan Obrenovic
LOCATION:
The Hague, Netherlands
 
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