Reports in Case : Kvocka et al. - "Omarska, Keraterm & Trnopolje Camps"
Miroslav Kvocka, Dragoljub Prcac, Milojica Kos, Mladjo Radic, Zoran Zigic
IT IS NOT IN THE INDICTMENT, BUT IT IS IN THE JUDGMENT
A duel between the prosecutors and the defense for Miroslav Kvocka, Dragoljub Prcac, Mladjo Radic and Zoran Zigic before the Appeals Chamber of the Tribunal: the defense points out that although the indictment did not charge them with participation in a "joint criminal enterprise", all four have been found guilty of that in the judgment.
SENTENCES TO PRIJEDOR CAMP CONVICTS CONFIRMED
Four persons accused of crimes in the Omarska, Keraterm and Trnopolje camps in Prijedor had their sentences confirmed by the Appeals Chamber. The sentences range from five to twenty five years in prison
KVOCKA GRANTED EARLY RELEASE
Miroslav Kvocka has been set free after serving two thirds of his sentence in the UN Detention Unit. He was sentenced to seven years in prison for crimes in the Omarska camp
TWO MORE TRIBUNAL CONVICTS GRANTED EARLY RELEASE
The Tribunal’s President decides to grant early release to two former prison camp guards: Mladjo Radic, a shift leader in Omarska, and Haradin Bala, a KLA guard from Lapusnik. Radic was serving a 20-year sentence and Bala had been sentenced to 13 years
ZORAN ZIGIC DOES NOT WANT TO GO HOME
Zoran Zigic, former reserve policeman from Prijedor, has asked the President of the Mechanism for the International Criminal Tribunals to refuse to approve his extradition to Bosnia and Herzegovina from the Austrian prison where he is serving his 25-year prison sentence. The Austrian authorities need the MICT to authorize his transfer to BH after he has served two thirds of his sentence, where he will have to serve 15 more years in prison. The prosecution has stated that the Mechanism shouldn’t oppose the decision of the Austrian authorities