War Criminals - cont'd

 
Zeljko Raznatovic
NAME:
Zeljko Raznatovic
a.k.a "Arkan"
Serb
Leader of Tigers paramilitary group
STATUS:
Gunned down January 14, 2000 by assailants inside the Intercontinental Hotel in Belgrade, Yugoslavia.
Case closed.
CRIME:
Involvement in atrocities in Bosnia, Croatia and Kosovo.
Read the Press Release about his indictment
Read the Initial Indictment
LOCATION:
Serbia, Yugoslavia
 
Ivan Santic
NAME:
Ivan Santic
Bosnian Croat
STATUS:
Released December 19, 1997 due to lack of evidence by tribunal.
CRIME:
Accused of mistreating Moslem prisoners in Ahmici.
Read the Initial Indictment
Read the Order on Prosecutor's Motion for Leave to Withdrawal the Indictment against Ivan Santic (pdf format)
LOCATION:
Croatia
 
Vladimir Santic
NAME:
Vladimir Santic
Bosnian Croat
Commander, local police battalion
STATUS:
Sentence reduced to 18 years, October 23, 2001 by appeals court.
CRIME:
Charged with murdering Moslems in the village of Ahmici in early 1993.
Read the Trial Information Sheet
Read the Indictment
Read the Amended Indictment
LOCATION:
The Hague, Netherlands
 
Dragomic Saponja
NAME:
Dragomic Saponja
Bosnian Serb
STATUS:
On May 8, 1998, the prosecutor withdrew the charges.
CRIME:
Accused of 3 counts each of a violation of the laws or customs of war, grave breaches of the Geneva Conventions and crimes against humanity for actions taken at the Keraterm prison camp.
Read the Order granting leave to withdraw the charges
LOCATION:
Marsala Tita Street 56, Prijedor, Bosnia
 
Refik Saric
NAME:
Refik Saric
Bosnian Muslim
STATUS:
Sentenced in November 1994 to eight years in prison by a Swiss court.
CRIME:
Charged with torturing prisoners in a Croat-run prison in Bosnia in 1993.
Read the courts sentencing
LOCATION:
Denmark
 
Dusko Sikirica
NAME:
Dusko Sikirica
Bosnian Serb
Overall commander of the Keraterm prison camp
STATUS:
Captured June 25, 2000 by British NATO forces.
Sentenced to 15 years in prison on November 13, 2001 after pleading guilty to crimes against humanity. He was cleared of the charge of genocide in June.
He admitted that murders took place at the camp and confessed to shooting one person dead.
CRIME:
Accused of criminal command responsibility and charged with 3 counts of genocide as well as individual criminal responsibility for various acts and charged with grave breaches of the Geneva Conventions of 1949, violations of the laws or customs of war and crimes against humanity.
Read the Indictment Information Sheet
Read the Initial Indictment
LOCATION:
The Hague, Netherlands
 
Blagoje Simic
NAME:
Blagoje Simic
Bosnian Serb
STATUS:
Surrendered March 12, 2001.
CRIME:
Charged with criminal responsibility on five counts each of crimes against humanity, violations of the laws and customs of war, and grave breaches of the Geneva Conventions for atrocities against Moslems and Croats during the ethnic cleansing of Bosanski Samac.
Read the Initial Indictment
Read the First Amended Indictment
Read the Second Amended Indictment
Read the Third Amended Indictment
Read the Fourth Amended Indictment
Read the Fifth Amended Indictment
LOCATION:
The Hague, Netherlands
 
Milan Simic
NAME:
Milan Simic
Bosnian Serb
STATUS:
Surrendered February 14, 1998.
Provisionally released March 26, 1998 on grounds of ill health.
CRIME:
Charged with five crimes against humanity, two violations of the laws and customs of war, and four grave breaches of the Geneva Conventions for atrocities against Moslems and Croats during the ethnic cleansing of Bosanski Samac.
Read the Initial Indictment
Read the First Amended Indictment
Read the Second Amended Indictment
Read the Third Amended Indictment
Read the Fourth Amended Indictment
Read the Fifth Amended Indictment
LOCATION:
Bosanski Samac
 
Pero Skopljak
NAME:
Pero Skopljak
Bosnian Croat
STATUS:
Released December 19, 1997 due to lack of evidence by tribunal.
CRIME:
Accused of mistreating Moslem prisoners in Ahmici.
Read the Initial Indictment
Read the Order on Prosecutor's Motion for Leave to Withdrawal the Indictment against Pero Skopljak
LOCATION:
Croatia
 
Veselin Sljivancanin
NAME:
Veselin Sljivancanin
Yugoslav Army officer
STATUS:
Arrested by Serbian Interior Ministry in Belgrade, June 13, 2003.
CRIME:
Accused of killing 261 non-Serbs rounded up at a hospital in Vukovar, Croatia.
Read the Indictment
Read the Amended Indictment
Read the First Amended Indictment
Read the Second Amended Indictment (pdf format)
LOCATION:
The Hague, Netherlands
 
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