Sunday, October 7, 2007


SARAJEVO, Bosnia (October 7,2007) - The Bosnian State Court has confirmed the indictment against Serbian war criminals Sreten Lazarevic (born in 1953), Dragan Stanojevic (1962), Mile Markovic (1952) and Slobodan Ostojic (1966), which charges them with having committed war crimes against Bosnian civilians on the territory of the eastern Bosnian town of Zvornik. The Bosnian State Prosecutor has announced that the four Serbian war criminals are at large.

According to the announcement, the indictment charges Serbian war criminals Lazarevic, Stanojevic, Markovic and Ostojic, as former members of the genocidal paramilitary formations of the Serbians living in Bosnia (VRS), with having comitted crimes against unlawfully detained Bosnian civilians from May 1992 to March 1993,during the Serbian aggression against Bosnia.

The indictment further alleges that Serbian war criminal Sreten Lazarevic was commander of a concentration camp located in Zvornik.Serbian war criminals Stanojevic, Markovic and Ostojic were, allegedly, guards who injured unlawfully detained Bosnian civilians and stole their property.

"Novi Izvor" or "Ciglana" concentration camp, established by the genocidal Serbian aggressor in the premises of a former factory located in the eastern Bosnian town of Zvornik, was mentioned in Hague tribunal indictments against Serbian war criminals Vojsilav Seselj, Biljana Plavsic and Momcilo Krajisnik.

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