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Na fotografiji su s desna na lijevo Brane Ćosović – Ćosa,u sredini je Slavko (Boriša) Jojić i krajnji je Joković iz Mijakovića (brat od Zorana Jokovića zvanog Joka)… tzv komandant Ćosa i tzv “Ćosini stražari”…Foča, 1992…Svijet zna…Javnost zna, ali ne reagira…

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Brane Cosovic, the commander of the Foca military police during the
take-over of Foca, allegedly organised a paramilitary unit in which Hagueindicted
Janko Janjic and Zoran Vukovic served. Janjic killed himself and injured four German soldiers with a hand grenade in October 2000 when SFOR attempted to arrest him. 123 A 1998 Human Rights Watch report described Cosovic's involvement in the ethnic cleansing of Foca. He has been named as a “key link between paramilitary forces and the Crisis Committee.” 124 His soldiers allegedly participated in rapes at the Partizan Sports Hall and High School and in taking prisoners away from the KP Dom, who subsequently disappeared.125 The ICTY indictment against individuals for rapes committed in the Foca camps refers to the fact that military police committed rapes, calling themselves “Cosa's Guards,” after Cosovic.126 A 1998 Human Rights Watch report confirmed that Cosovic was still serving as a uniformed police officer at that time.127
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123 “NATO Troops Hurt in War Crimes Suspect Arrest,” Dow Jones News, 13 October 2000.
124 Foca Report, op. cit.
125 Ibid.
126 Ibid.
127 Ibid.
128 ICG has reviewed the statements of eight witnesses, as well as other documentation relating to
this incident. These documents are in the possession of the ICTY.

War Criminals in Bosnia’s Republika Srpska: Who Are the People in Your Neighbourhood?
ICG Balkans Report No. 103, 2 November 2000

I jedna novija fotografija Brane Ćosovića – Ćose…Ćosa je drugi s lijeva, do njega je Branko Banović – Bota u kolicima, takođe ratni komandant…

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Criminels guerre/Bosnie
En Bosnie, dans les territoires sous contrôle français, de nombreuses personnes soupçonnées de crimes de guerre vivent en toute impunité. Le cas du vice président de la république serbe de Bosnie et président de la commission des droits de l'homme de Bosnie Herzégovine, Velibor OSTOJIC accusé de crimes de guerre à Foca en 1992.
http://www.ina.fr/notice/voir/CAB97142852

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Bosnie
Le calme est revenu dimanche 10 janvier à Foca, dans l'est de la Bosnie, après le mouvement de protestation de la population serbe provoqué par la mort de Dragan GAGOVIC. Ce criminel de guerre présumé a été tué samedi lors d'une tentative d'arrestation par des soldats français de la SFOR (la force de stabilisation de l'OTAN en Bosnie Herzégovine).
http://www.ina.fr/notice/voir/CAB99001893

 

priredio:Kenan Sarač

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