Saturday, February 16, 2008


SARAJEVO, Bosnia (February 16,2008) - The Bosnian State Court issued a decision ordering Serbian war criminal Miodrag Nikacevic into one-month custody. Pursuant to the Decision, custody may last until March 14.

In its motion for custody, the Bosnian Prosecutor’s Office submits that there is grounded suspicion that Serbian war criminal Miodrag Nikacevic, in mid April 1992,during the Serbian aggression against Bosnia,raped a Bosnian woman.

Further in its motion, the Bosnian Prosecutor’s Office alleges that in mid June 1992, Serbian war criminal Miodrag Nikicevic raped another Bosnian woman.

Also,n August 2, 1992, as alleged in the Bosnian Prosecutor’s motion, armed and together with two other members of the genocidal paramilitary formations of the Serbians living in Bosnia, Serbian war criminal Miodrag Nikicevic took part in taking away, and later on in the unlawful detention of a Bosnian civilian who was then killed by the genocidal Serbian aggressor at an unknown location.

Having reviewed the evidence submitted, the Bosnian State Court concluded that there was grounded suspicion that Serbian war criminal Miodrag Nikicevic had committed the criminal offence in question.

Further, the Bosnian State Court ordered his custody having found that if released, Serbian war criminal would hinder the criminal proceedings by influencing witnesses, accessories, or accomplices.

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