Bosnian State Court indicts former Serb soldier

Bosnian State Court indicts former Serb soldier

Bosnian State Court indicts former Serb soldier Izvor: N1

The Bosnian State Court on Thursday confirmed the indictment of a Bosnian Serb for crimes against humanity in the Kljuc area in the summer of 1992.

Zoran Adamovic, who served as a soldier in the Republic Srpska Army (VRS) during the war in Bosnia, was indicted for the murder and persecution of Bosniak and Croat civilians in the area around the town of Kljuc in northwestern Bosnia-Herzegovina.

"The indictment alleges that, in the summer of 1992 the defendant, acting in collaboration with other Bosnian Serb Army members, participated in the murder of four Bosniak civilians in the village of Gornji Kamicak, participated in the forcible disappearance of one Bosniak civilian from the village of Krasulje, as well as the unlawful arrest, abuse and wounding of one person from a group of Bosniak civilians in the village of Donji Kamicak," the state prosecution said in an earlier statement.

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