Saturday, April 26, 2008


SARAJEVO, Bosnia (April 26,2008) – The Bosnian State Court has confirmed yesterday the indictment against Serbian war criminal Rade Veselinovic, former member of the genocidal Serbian aggressor's formations, who is charged with crimes against humanity committed in Hadzici municipality in 1992,during the Serbian aggression against Bosnia.

Serbian war criminal Rade Veselinovic is charged with abetting and supporting the persecution of the Bosnian civilians on the territory of this municipality, "by committing murder, torture, forcible disappearance, detention and causing suffering and bodily injuries."

The indictment alleges that, from early May to the end of 1992, Serbian war criminal Rade Veselinovic and other members of the genocidal Serbian aggressor's formations participated in the unlawful detention of Bosnian civilians at a concentration camp, established in the the cultural, sports and recreational hall in Hadzici, where they were tortured and murdered.

The Bosnian civilians were abused also by being forced, by the genocidal Serbian aggressor's soldiers, to "perform unnatural acts".

The indictment mentions the names of Serbian war criminals Dragan Pusar and Nemanja Jovicic, with whom Veselinovic participated in the attack on Musici village, where some Bosnian civilians were murdered and others were detained in the concentration camp in Hadzici.

Serbian war criminal Rade Veselinovic has been held under custody since November 2007, when the Bosnian State Investigation and Protection Agency (SIPA) arrested him as per a warrant issued by the Bosnian State Prosecutor.

According to the European Union Police Mission (EUPM) in Bosnia,
Serbian war criminal Rade Veselinovic was arrested together with
Serbian war criminal Nemanja Jovicic, who is suspected of having committed war crimes in the same area.

Within the next 15 days Serbian war criminal Rade Veselinovic is due to enter his plea to the counts charged upon him by the indictment.

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