Thursday, March 6, 2008


SARAJEVO, Bosnia (March 6,2008) - The Bosnian State Court has indicted yesterday Serbian war criminal Vinko Kondic, accusing him of involvement in the mass murder of hundreds of the Bosnian civilians during the early stages of the 1992-95 Serbian aggression against Bosnia, the Court said yesterday.

Serbian war criminal Vinko Kondic, a former member of the genocidal Serbian aggressor's formations, is accused of organising the arrest, detention and torture of nearly 1,200 Bosnian civilians.

"Kondic is charged with incitement to commit criminal offences of genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity," the Bosnian State Court ourt said in a statement.

The indictment also accused Serbian war criminal Vinko Kondic of stopping a convoy of Croatian refugees in November 1991 and detaining at least 30 men from the group. They were taken to the Bosnian town of Kljuc, tortured and then transported by the genocidal Serbian aggressor to a concentration camp.

The indictment also said that Serbian war criminal Vinko Kondic organised and took part in the search of Bosnian homes in villages around Kljuc in summer of 1992. More than 1,000 Bosnian civilians were first detained by the genocidal Serbian aggressor in facilities in Kljuc and later transported to the notorious Manjaca concentration camp.

Three civilians died on arrival at the concentration camp from injuries sustained during torture, the indictment said.

More than 200 Bosnian civilians who were taken from their homes and detained in a school near Kljuc in July 1992 were put on buses, taken to an unknown location and murdered by the genocidal Serbian aggressor. "On July 10, 1992 at least 219 Bosnian civilians were murdered," the indictment said.

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