TOKOM 1992. ubio 27 muslimana.
Novislavu Džajiću je suđeno u Minhenu. Vrhovni sud nije mogao neupitno utvrditi da je imao namjeru počiniti genocid.
U Đeđevo, muslimanskom selu,21. aprila 1992, mučio je 13 muslimana prije no što ih je ubio.
Dva mjeseca poslije Novislav Džajić je ubio 14 stanovnika sela Trnovače.
Džajić je proglašen krivim za 14 slučajeva ubistva i jedan pokušaj ubistva, te osuđen na pet godina zatvora. Iako oslobođen krivnje od genocida, Bavarska sudska komora je zaključila da se u Foči 1992. dogodio genocid.
Novislav Džajić – uhićen i odveden na suđenje u Münchenu za masakre u Foči. Vrhovni sud međutim nije mogao neupitno utvrditi da je imao namjeru počiniti genocid. Ipak, Džajić je proglašen krivim za 14 slučajeva ubojstva i jedan pokušaj ubojstva te osuđen na pet godina zatvora. Iako oslobođen krivnje od genocida, Bavarska sudska komora je zaključila da se u Foči 1992. dogodio genocid.
Đajiću je izrečena sramno niska kazna, jer je za po ubijenom Bošnjaku Foče, kažnjen sa 4 mjeseca, 12 dana, 20 sata i 34 minute.
Novislav Džajić was indicted in Germany for participation in genocide, but the Higher Regional Court failed to find that there was sufficient certainty, for a criminal conviction, that he had intended to commit genocide. Nevertheless, Džajič was found guilty of 14 cases of murder and one case of attempted murder.At Džajić's appeal on 23 May 1997, the Bavarian Appeals Chamber found that acts of genocide were committed in June 1992, confined within the administrative district of Foca.
Published on Jul 21, 2015
An alleged Bosnian Serb war criminal went on trial in Germany Tuesday on charges of taking part in the 1992 massacre of 27 Muslims.
Thirty-four year-old Novislav Djajic is one of two Bosnian Serbs to go on trial this week in Germany on charges of committing war crimes in the 1992-95 Bosnian war.
German federal prosecutors have taken charge of the case because of an overload at the United Nations war crimes tribunal in the Hague.
Charges of being an accomplice to genocide, murder and kidnapping against Djajic were read at the start of Tuesday's court proceedings at the Bavarian State Supreme
Court in Munich.
Djajic faces a maximum prison term of 15 years if convicted on the official charges of aiding murder and kidnapping.
He's accused of being part of a Bosnian Serb unit that overran Djedjevo, a Muslim village, on April 21, 1992, and then tortured 13 Muslim men before shooting them dead.
Two months later, prosecutors say, Djajic's unit executed 14 residents in the village of Trnovace after a Bosnian Serb van hit a mine planted nearby.
The prosecution team seems confident it will prove its case.
“It would be enough if the accused, if we can prove it, as a member of a Checknik unit knowingly acted under state orders and carried out given crimes.”
SUPER CAPTION: Walter Hemberger, Leading Prosecutor
Djajic claims he is a victim of mistaken identity.
His lawyer, Wolfgang Dingfelder, said Tuesday his client has decided not to testify during the trial.
“He doesn't feel as though he is being treated fairly. That, however is not my opinion. I have tried to make it clear to him that he doesn't have to worry about getting a fair trial by the Third Criminal Senate, the Bavarian High Court. But, because of the historical background between Serbia and Germany I do have understanding that he has concern about the fairness of the German justice system.”
SUPER CAPTION: Wolfgang Dingfelder, Djajic's main lawyer.
GERMANY: MUNICH: ALLEGED BOSNIAN SERB WAR CRIMINAL GOES ON TRIAL
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Prema presudi Njemačkog suda život Bošnjaka iz Foče u prosjeku vrijedi 4 mjeseca, 12 dana, 20 sata i 34 minute zatvora