Bosnian Serb Army
The prosecution at the trial of Jovica Stanisic and Franko Simatovic at the Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals in The Hague on Thursday used excerpts from Ratko Mladic's war diary in an attempt to prove that the Serbian State Security Service, where the defendants were senior officials, sent paramilitary units from Serbia to Bosnia and Herzegovina in autumn 1995 and had control over
The Constitutional Court rejected as inadmissible the appeal filed by Gojko Jankovic, the leader of a Serb paramilitary group from the town of Foca, who was sentenced to 34 years in prison for the unlawful detention, murder and torture of Bosniaks and the rape and sexual enslavement of young women and girls, one of whom was just 12.
State Investigation and Protection Agency police arrested Radovan Paprica, also known as Papro, and Slavko Ognjenovic, alias Macak, on Sunday on charges of the multiple rape and sexual abuse of Bosniaks in the Foca area of eastern Bosnia in 1992.
The two former Bosnian Serb Army soldiers have been charged with committing a crime against humanity.