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Tribunal: ICTY
Accused:MARTIC, Milan
Type of Decision:Indictment (Amended)
Case Number:IT-95-11
Date of Decision:14-07-2003
Heading:Amended indictment
Articles:Statute-ICTY-3 / Statute-ICTY-3-b / Statute-ICTY-3-d / Statute-ICTY-3-e / Statute-ICTY-5-a / Statute-ICTY-5-b / Statute-ICTY-5-d / Statute-ICTY-5-e / Statute-ICTY-5-f / Statute-ICTY-5-h / Statute-ICTY-5-i / Statute-ICTY-7-1 / Statute-ICTY-7-3
Keywords:Command Responsibility / Crimes Against Humanity / Cruel Treatment / Deportation / Destruction Of Property / Extermination / Forcible Transfer / Imprisonment / Individual Criminal Responsibility / Murder / Persecution / Plunder / Torture / War Crimes / Inhumane Acts
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THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL TRIBUNAL FOR THE FORMER YUGOSLAVIA

CASE NO. IT-95-11

THE PROSECUTOR OF THE TRIBUNAL

AGAINST

Milan MARTIC

AMENDED INDICTMENT


The Prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, pursuant to her authority under Article 18 of the Statute of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia ("the Statute of the Tribunal") charges:

Milan MARTIC

with CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY and VIOLATIONS OF THE LAWS OR CUSTOMS OF WAR as set forth below:

THE ACCUSED:

1. Milan MARTIC, son of Nikola, was born on 18 November 1954 near Knin, Croatia. He is a graduate of the Croatian police academy, and was a senior inspector with the Croatian Ministry of Internal Affairs until 1990.

2. From 4 January 1991 until August 1995, Milan MARTIC held various leadership positions in the so-called "Serbian Autonomous District /Sprska autonomna oblast/ ("SAO") Krajina," and the so-called "Republic of Serbian Krajina /Republika Srpska krajina/" ("RSK"), as described in paragraphs 10 to 16 below.


INDIVIDUAL CRIMINAL RESPONSIBILITY

Article 7(1) of the Statute of the Tribunal


3. Milan MARTIC is individually criminally responsible for the crimes referred to in Articles 3 and 5 of the Statute of the Tribunal and described in this indictment, which he planned, instigated, ordered, committed, or in whose planning, preparation, or execution he otherwise aided and abetted. By using the word "committed" in this indictment the Prosecutor does not intend to suggest that the accused physically committed all of the crimes charged personally. Committing in this indictment includes Milan MARTIC's participation in a joint criminal enterprise as a co-perpetrator.

4. The purpose of this joint criminal enterprise was the forcible removal of a majority of the Croat, Muslim and other non-Serb population from approximately one-third of the territory of the Republic of Croatia ("Croatia"), and large parts of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina ("Bosnia and Herzegovina"), in order to make them part of a new Serb-dominated state through the commission of crimes in violation of Articles 3 and 5 of the Statute of the Tribunal. With respect to Croatia, these areas included those regions that were referred to by Serb authorities as the "SAO Krajina," the "SAO Western Slavonia," the "SAO Slavonia, Baranja and Western Srem" (after 19 December 1991, the "SAO Krajina" became known as the RSK; on 26 February 1992, the "SAO Western Slavonia" and the "SAO Slavonia, Baranja and Western Srem" joined the RSK), as well as the "Dubrovnik Republic /Dubrovacka republika/" and the city of Zagreb.

5. The crimes enumerated in this indictment were within the object of the joint criminal enterprise and Milan MARTIC held the state of mind necessary for the commission of each of these crimes. Alternatively, the crimes enumerated in Counts 1 to 9 and 12 to 19 were the natural and foreseeable consequences of the execution of the object of the joint criminal enterprise and Milan MARTIC was aware that such crimes were the possible outcome of the execution of the joint criminal enterprise.

6. This joint criminal enterprise came into existence before l August 1991 and continued until at least August 1995. In order for the joint criminal enterprise to succeed in its objective, Milan MARTIC worked in concert with or through several individuals in the joint criminal enterprise. Each participant or co-perpetrator within the joint criminal enterprise played his role or roles that significantly contributed to the overall objective of the enterprise. Individuals participating in this joint criminal enterprise included Slobodan MILOSEVIC; Borisav JOVIC; Branko KOSTIC; Veljko KADIJEVIC; Blagoje ADZIC; Milan BABIC; Goran HADZIC; Jovica STANISIC; Franko SIMATOVIC, also known as "Frenki"; Tomislav SIMOVIC; Vojislav SESELJ; Momir BULATOVIC; Radovan STOJICIC, also known as "Badza"; Zeljko RAZNATOVIC, also known as "Arkan"; Radovan KARADZIC; Momcilo KRAJISNIK; Biljana PLAVSIC; Momir TALIC; Ratko MLADIC and other members of the Yugoslav People's Army ("JNA"), later the Yugoslav Army ("VJ"); the army of the RSK ("SVK"); the army of the Republika Srpska ("VRS"); the Serb Territorial Defence ("TO") of Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Montenegro; local and Serbian police forces ("MUP forces"), including the State Security /Drzavna bezbednost/ ("DB") of the Republic of Serbia, and Serb police forces of the SAO Krajina and the RSK commonly referred to as "Martic's Police," "Marticevci," "SAO Krajina Police" or "SAO Krajina Milicija" (hereinafter "Martic's Police"); and members of Serbian, Montenegrin and Bosnian Serb paramilitary forces and volunteer units, including the "Wolves of Vucjak" who were trained by Milan MARTIC and Martic's Police (collectively, "Serb forces"), and other political figures from the (Socialist) Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, the Republic of Serbia, the Republic of Montenegro and the Bosnian Serb leadership.

7. Milan MARTIC, acting individually or in concert with other members of the joint criminal enterprise participated in the joint criminal enterprise in the following ways:

a. He participated in the creation, financing, supply, training and direction of Martic's Police. These police forces were created and supported to assist in the execution of the joint criminal enterprise through the commission of crimes in violation of Articles 3 and 5 of the Statute of the Tribunal.

b. He commanded, controlled, directed and otherwise exercised effective control over these special police forces, which participated in the crimes described in the indictment.

c. He participated in the creation, financing, supply, training and direction of Territorial Defence forces (TO) of the SAO Krajina and subsequently the RSK which participated in the crimes described in this indictment.

d. He participated in the creation, training and direction of special police forces of the Serbian State Security Service which participated in the crimes described in this indictment.

e. He personally participated in military actions and subsequent crimes of these police and military forces throughout the targeted territories as described in this indictment.

f. He participated in the planning, preparation and execution of the take-over of territories in the Croatian SAO's and parts of Bosnia and Herzegovina, as specified in paragraph 4 of the indictment, and the subsequent forcible removal of the Croat, Muslim and other non-Serb population.

g. He openly espoused and encouraged the creation of a homogenous Serbian State encompassing the territories specified in this indictment by violence, and actively participated with his troops to achieve this end.

h. He planned and ordered the shelling attacks on Zagreb in May 1995.

8. Milan MARTIC knowingly and willfully participated in the joint criminal enterprise, sharing the intent of other participants in the joint criminal enterprise or being aware of the foreseeable consequences of their actions. On this basis, he bears individual criminal responsibility for these crimes under Article 7(1) of the Statute of the Tribunal, in addition to his responsibility under the same Article for having planned, instigated, ordered, committed, or otherwise aided and abetted in the planning, preparation, execution, and commission of these crimes.


Article 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal

9. Milan MARTIC, while holding positions of superior authority, is also individually criminally responsible for the acts or omissions of his subordinates, pursuant to Article 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal. A superior is responsible for the criminal acts of his subordinates if he knew or had reason to know that his subordinates were about to commit such acts or had done so, and the superior failed to take the necessary and reasonable measures to prevent such acts or to punish the perpetrators.

10. As early as August 1990, Milan MARTIC, as Chief of the Serb Police in Knin, established "Martic's Police", his own ethnically Serb police forces. Throughout their existence, Milan MARTIC was both de jure and de facto commander of these police forces.

11. On 4 January 1991, Milan BABIC, in his capacity as President of the Executive Council of the SAO Krajina, appointed Milan MARTIC to the post of Secretary for Internal Affairs for the SAO Krajina. As such, Milan MARTIC exercised de jure and de facto control over the police forces of the SAO Krajina, including Martic's Police.

12. On 29 May 1991, Milan MARTIC was appointed Minister of Defence of the SAO Krajina. At the same time Martic's Police was formalised as the Krajina Militia/Police (Milicija Krajine) and placed under the authority of the Ministry of Defence.

13. From 27 June 1991 until January 1994, MILAN MARTIC was the "Minister of Internal Affairs" for the SAO Krajina and later of the RSK. In this position, he retained control over all police forces of the SAO Krajina/RSK, including Martic's Police.

14. Milan MARTIC is therefore individually criminally responsible under Article 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal for the participation of the members of Martic's Police in the crimes described in this indictment.

15. On 8 August 1991 Milan MARTIC was appointed Deputy Commander of the TO of the SAO Krajina. In this capacity and in his position as Minister of Defence of the SAO Krajina, Milan MARTIC exercised de jure and de facto control over the TO of the SAO Krajina/RSK.

16. On 25 January 1994 Milan MARTIC was elected President of the RSK and remained in this position until August 1995. In this capacity, Milan MARTIC exercised de jure and de facto control over the TO of the SAO Krajina/RSK and the SVK.

17. Milan MARTIC is therefore individually criminally responsible under Article 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal for the participation of the members of the TO of the SAO Krajina/RSK and the SVK in the crimes described in this indictment.

GENERAL ALLEGATIONS:

18. At all time relevant to this indictment, a state of armed conflict existed in Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina.

19. All acts and omissions charged as Crimes against Humanity were part of a widespread and systematic attack directed against the Croat, Muslim and other non-Serb civilian population of large areas of Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina.

20. At all times relevant to this indictment, Milan MARTIC was required to abide by the laws and customs governing the conduct of armed conflicts, including the Geneva Conventions of 1949 and the additional protocols thereto.

THE CHARGES:


COUNT 1
(PERSECUTIONS)

21. From on or about 1 August 1991 until 31 December 1995, Milan MARTIC, acting individually or in concert with other known and unknown members of a joint criminal enterprise, planned, instigated, ordered, committed, or otherwise aided and abetted the planning, preparation, or execution of the persecutions of the Croat, Muslim and other non-Serb civilian population in the SAO Krajina and city of Zagreb in Croatia, and in the Autonomous Region of Krajina ("ARK") in Bosnia and Herzegovina, in particular in Bosanski Novi, Bosanska Gradiska, Prnjavor, and Sipovo.

22. Throughout this period, Serb forces, comprised of JNA, VJ, VRS units, local Serb TO units and TO units from Serbia and Montenegro, local and Serbian MUP police units, including "Martic's Police," and paramilitary units, attacked and took control of towns, villages and settlements in the territories listed above. After the take-over, Serb forces in co-operation with the local Serb authorities, including the accused Milan MARTIC, established a regime of persecutions designed to drive the Croat, Muslim and other non-Serb civilian populations from these territories.

23. These persecutions were based on political, racial or religious grounds and included the following:
a. The extermination or murder of hundreds of Croat, Muslim and other non-Serb civilians, including women and elderly persons, in Dubica, Cerovljani, Bacin, Saborsko, Poljanak, Lipovaca and neighbouring hamlets, Skabrnja, Nadin, and Bruska in Croatia, and in Prnjavor in Bosnia and Herzegovina, as described in detail in paragraphs 25 to 36.
b. The prolonged and routine imprisonment and confinement of hundreds of Croat, Muslim and other non-Serb civilians in detention facilities within and outside Croatia, including prison camps located in Knin and Titova Korenica in Croatia, and in Bosanski Novi and Prnjavor in Bosnia and Herzegovina, as described in detail in paragraph 39.
c. The establishment and perpetuation of inhumane living conditions for Croat, Muslim and other non-Serb civilian detainees within the mentioned detention facilities.
d. The repeated torture, beatings, sexual assaults and killings of Croat, Muslim and other non-Serb civilian detainees in the mentioned detention facilities.
e. The unlawful attacks on Zagreb and undefended Croat and Muslim villages throughout the territories specified above.
f. The imposing of restrictive and discriminatory measures against the Croat, Muslim and other non-Serb civilian population, such as restriction of movement; removal from positions of authority in local government institutions and the police; dismissal from jobs; and arbitrary searches of their homes.
g. The beating and robbing of Croat, Muslim and other non-Serb civilians.
h. The torture and beatings of Croat, Muslim and other non-Serb civilians during and after their arrest.
i. The deportation or forcible transfer of tens of thousands of Croat and other non-Serb civilians from the territories specified above, as described in detail in paragraphs 42 to 45.
j. The deliberate destruction of homes, other public and private property, cultural institutions, historic monuments and sacred sites of the Croat, Muslim and other non-Serb population, in particular in Dubica, Cerovljani, Bacin, Saborsko, Poljanak, Lipovaca and neighbouring hamlets, Vaganac, Skabrnja, Nadin, and Bruska in the SAO Krajina, and Prnjavor and Sipovo in Bosnia and Herzegovina, as described in paragraph 47.

24. By these acts and omissions, Milan MARTIC committed:

Count 1: Persecutions on political, racial, and religious grounds, a CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY, punishable under Articles 5(h), and 7(1) and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal.


COUNTS 2 to 4
(EXTERMINATION and MURDER)

25. From 1 August 1991 until August 1995, Milan MARTIC, acting individually or in concert with other known and unknown members of a joint criminal enterprise, planned, instigated, ordered, committed, or otherwise aided and abetted the planning, preparation, or execution of the extermination, murder and wilful killings of Croat and other non-Serb civilians in the SAO Krajina in Croatia and in Prnjavor in the ARK in Bosnia and Herzegovina, as specified in paragraphs 26 through 36 of this indictment.

26. From about 7 October 1991, members of Martic's Police and other Serb forces, in particular the JNA and members of the local Serb TO, were in control of the area of Hrvatska Kostajnica. Most of the Croat civilians had fled their homes during the attack in September 1991. Approximately 120 Croat civilians, mostly women, the elderly or the infirm, remained in the villages of Dubica, Cerovljani, and Bacin. On the morning of 20 October 1991, members of Martic's Police and other Serb forces rounded up fifty-three civilians in Dubica and detained them in the village fire station. Over the course of the day and night ten were released, because they were either Serbs or had connections with Serbs. On 21 October 1991, members of Martic's Police and other Serb forces took the remaining forty-three detained Croats to a location near the village of Bacin. In addition, the members of Martic's Police and other Serb forces brought at least thirteen non-Serb civilians from Bacin and Cerovljani to the same location. All fifty-six victims were killed there. At approximately the same time, the members of Martic's Police and other Serb forces took away an additional thirty civilians from Bacin and twenty-four from the villages Dubica and Cerovljani into an unknown location where they killed them. The names of the victims are set out in Annex I attached to this indictment.

27. From early August 1991 until 12 November 1991, the Croat villages of Saborsko, Poljanak and Lipovaca were attacked by members of Martic's Police and other Serb forces, in particular the JNA and TO. As soon as members of Martic's Police and other Serb forces entered the villages, they killed all remaining non-Serb inhabitants they found.

28. On 28 October 1991, TO units entered Lipovaca and killed seven civilians. The names of the victims are set out in Annex I attached to this indictment.

29. On 7 November 1991, JNA and TO units, in particular a special JNA unit from Nis, entered the hamlet of Vukovici near Poljanak and executed ten civilians. The names of the victims are set out in Annex I attached to this indictment.

30. On 12 November 1991, members of Martic's Police and the JNA and the TO entered the village of Saborsko where they killed at least twenty-nine Croat civilians. Afterwards, the village was levelled to the ground. The names of the victims are set out in Annex I attached to this indictment.

31. In November 1991, members of Martic's Police and other Serb forces, in particular JNA and TO units, attacked the village of Skabrnja, near Zadar. On 18 November 1991, members of Martic's Police and other Serb forces entered Skabrnja. Moving from house to house, they killed at least thirty-eight non-Serb civilians in their homes or in the streets. The names of the victims are set out in Annex I attached to this indictment.

32. In addition, when Serb forces attacked the neighbouring villages of Nadin the next day, they killed seven non-Serb civilians. The names of the victims are set out in Annex I attached to this indictment.

33. Between 18 November and February 1992, all remaining Croat civilians in Skabrnja died. Serb forces killed twenty-six of the remaining elderly and infirm Croat civilians. The names of the victims are set out in Annex I attached to this indictment.

34. On 21 December 1991, members of Martic's Police and other Serb forces entered the village of Bruska and the hamlet of Marinovic where they killed ten civilians, among them nine Croats. The names of the victims are set out in Annex I attached to this indictment.

35. In April 1992, in Kremna in Prjnavor, members of the Wolves of Vucjak and other Serb forces killed seven Bosnian Muslim civilians from Derventa. The names of the victims are set out in Annex I attached to this indictment.

36. In May 1992, in Lisnja, members of the Wolves of Vucjak and other Serb forces killed four Bosnian Muslim civilians. The names of the victims are set out in Annex I attached to this indictment.

37. By these acts and omissions, Milan MARTIC committed:

Count 2: Extermination, a CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY, punishable under Articles 5(b) and 7(1) and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal.

Count 3: Murder, a CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY, punishable under Articles 5(a) and 7(1) and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal.

Count 4: Murder, a VIOLATION OF THE LAWS OR CUSTOMS OF WAR, as recognised by Common Article 3(1)(a) of the Geneva Conventions of 1949, punishable under Articles 3 and 7(1) and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal.


COUNTS 5 to 9
(IMPRISONMENT, TORTURE, INHUMANE ACTS and CRUEL TREATMENT )

38. From August 1991 until December 1992, Milan MARTIC, acting individually or in concert with other known and unknown members of a joint criminal enterprise, planned, instigated, ordered, committed, or otherwise aided and abetted the planning, preparation, or execution of the unlawful confinement or imprisonment under inhumane conditions of the Croat, Muslim and other non-Serb civilian populations in the territories listed above.

39. Members of Martic's Police, acting in co-operation with local Serb authorities and other Serb forces, including Serbian State Security officials and JNA, arrested and detained hundreds of Croat, Muslim and other non-Serb civilians from the territories specified in the following short- and long-term detention facilities:

a. Prison in Knin, SAO Krajina run by the JNA, approximately one hundred and fifty detainees.

b. Old hospital in Knin, SAO Krajina run by Martic's Police, approximately one hundred and twenty detainees.

c. Police station in Titova Korenica run by Martic's Police, ten detainees.

d. Bosanska Kostajnica Police Station run by Serb forces, including Martic's Police, eight to ten detainees.

e. Bosanski Novi Police Station run by Serb forces, including Martic's Police, at least fifty detainees.

f. Sloga Shoe Factory in Prnjavor run by Serb forces, including the Wolves of Vucjak, approximately one hundred and eighty detainees.

40. The living conditions in these detention facilities were brutal and characterised by inhumane treatment, overcrowding, starvation, inadequate medical care, and constant physical and psychological assault, including torture, beatings and sexual assault.

41. By these acts and omissions, Milan MARTIC committed:

Count 5: Imprisonment, a CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY punishable under Article 5(e) and Article 7(1) and Article 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal.

Count 6: Torture, a CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY punishable under Article 5(f) and Article 7(1) and Article 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal.

Count 7: Inhumane acts, a CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY punishable under Article 5(i) and Article 7(1) and Article 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal.

Count 8: Torture, a VIOLATION OF THE LAWS OR CUSTOMS OF WAR as recognised by Common Article 3 (1)(a) of the Geneva Conventions of 1949, punishable under Article 3 and Article 7(1) and Article 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal.

Count 9: Cruel treatment, a VIOLATION OF THE LAWS OR CUSTOMS OF WAR as recognised by Common Article 3 (1)(a) of the Geneva Conventions of 1949, punishable under Article 3 and Article 7(1) and Article 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal.


COUNTS 10 to 11
(DEPORTATION, FORCIBLE TRANSFER)

42. From 1 August 1991 until 31 December 1995, Milan MARTIC, acting individually or in concert with other known and unknown members of a joint criminal enterprise, planned, instigated, ordered, committed, or otherwise aided and abetted the planning, preparation, or execution of the deportations or forcible transfers of the Croat, Muslim and other non-Serb civilian population from the SAO Krajina in Croatia and from Bosanski Novi, Bosanska Gradiska, Prnjavor and Sipovo in the ARK in Bosnia and Herzegovina ("ARK municipalities").

43. In order to achieve this objective, members of Martic's Police and TO forces under the control of Milan MARTIC, in co-operation with other Serb forces comprised of JNA, VJ, VRS, Serbian and Montenegrin TO forces and volunteer units, surrounded predominantly non-Serb towns, villages, hamlets and neighborhoods within the predominantly Serb SAO Krajina and ARK municipalities and demanded their non-Serb inhabitants to surrender their weapons, including legally owned hunting rifles. Then, these non-Serb towns, villages, hamlets and neighborhoods were attacked, even those whose inhabitants had complied with the demands. These attacks were intended to compel the population to flee. After taking control of the towns, villages, hamlets and neighborhoods, the Serb forces sometimes rounded up the remaining Croat, Muslim and other non-Serb civilians and forcibly transported them to locations in Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina not controlled by the Serb authorities or deported them to locations outside Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, in particular Serbia and Montenegro. On other occasions, the Serb forces in co-operation with the local Serb authorities imposed restrictive and discriminatory measures on the non-Serb population and engaged in a campaign of terror designed to drive them out of the territory. The majority of the non-Serbs that remained were deported or forcibly transferred on a later date.

44. According to the 1991 census, the Croat, Muslim and other non-Serb population of these areas were approximately as follows:

SAO Krajina: 27.42% Croats (78,611,).

Bosanksi Novi: 33,7% Muslims (14,040), Croats 0.97% (403).

Bosanska Gradiska: 26.43% Muslims (15,851), 5.7% Croats (3417).

Prnjavor: 15.18% Muslims (7143), 3.7% Croats (1721).

Sipovo: 19.03% Muslims (2965), 0.2% Croats (31).

Set out in Annex III are detailed population statistics for these areas according to the 1991 census.

45. Virtually the whole Croat, Muslim and non-Serb population of these areas was forcibly removed, deported or killed.

46. By these acts and omissions, Milan MARTIC committed:

Count 10: Deportation, a CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY, punishable under Articles 5(d) and 7(1) and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal.

Count 11: Inhumane Acts (Forcible Transfers), a CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY, punishable under Articles 5(i) and 7(1) and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal.


COUNTS 12 to 14
(WANTON DESTRUCTION, PLUNDER OF PUBLIC OR PRIVATE PROPERTY)

47. From 1 August 1991 until 31 December 1992, Milan MARTIC, acting individually or in concert with other known and unknown members of a joint criminal enterprise, planned, instigated, ordered, committed, or otherwise aided and abetted the planning, preparation, or execution of the wanton destruction and plunder of the public and private property of the Croat, Muslim and other non-Serb population, within the territory of the SAO Krajina in Croatia and Prnjavor and Sipovo in the ARK in Bosnia and Herzegovina. These actions were not justified by military necessity. This intentional and wanton destruction and plunder included the plunder and destruction of homes and religious and cultural buildings, and took place in the following towns and villages:

SAO Krajina, from August to December 1991: the towns and villages Dubica, Cerovljani, Bacin, Saborsko, Poljanak, Lipovaca and neighbouring hamlets, Vaganac, Skabrnja, Nadin, and Bruska.

Prnjavor, from end of 1991 to December 1992: the towns and villages of Prnjavor, Lisnja, Puraci, Galjipovci, Konduhovci, Doline, Kulasi, and Stivor.

Sipovo, from May to August 1992: the village of Pljeva.

48. By these acts and omissions, Milan MARTIC committed:

Count 12: Wanton destruction of villages, or devastation not justified by military necessity, a VIOLATION OF THE LAWS OR CUSTOMS OF WAR, punishable under Articles 3 (b) and 7(1) and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal.

Count 13: Destruction or wilful damage done to institutions dedicated to education or religion, a VIOLATION OF THE LAWS OR CUSTOMS OF WAR, punishable under Articles 3(d) and 7(1) and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal.

Count 14: Plunder of public or private property, a VIOLATION OF THE LAWS OR CUSTOMS OF WAR, punishable under Articles 3(e) and 7(1) and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal.


ZAGREB

COUNTS 15 to 19
(UNLAWFUL ATTACKS ON CIVILIANS, MURDER, INHUMANE ACTS and CRUEL TREATMENT
)


49. On 2 May 1995 and 3 May 1995, Milan MARTIC planned, instigated, ordered, committed, or otherwise aided and abetted the planning, preparation, or execution of the shelling onto civilian areas of the city of Zagreb and upon its civilian population, killing and wounding many civilians.

50. On 1 May 1995 the Croatian Army ("HV") launched an attack against the SVK in Western Slavonia, commonly referred to as "Operation Flash." As a result of the attack the SVK had to withdraw from the area of Western Slavonia across the Sava River into the Serbian held part of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Until that date the SVK held this area under their firm control for more than 3 years. In retaliation Milan MARTIC ordered the shelling of three Croatian cities: Zagreb, Sisak and Karlovac.

51. On 2 May 1995, at approximately 10.25 hrs, on the orders of Milan MARTIC, the SVK fired an Orkan Multiple Barrel Rocket Launcher ("Orkan MBRL"), fitted with "cluster bomb" warheads, from the area of Petrova Gora into the central part of Zagreb and the airport (Pleso). These rockets impacted in several locations within the central commercial district of Zagreb, primarily the areas of Stara Vlaska Street, Josip Juraj Strossmayer Square and Krizaniceva Street. During this unlawful attack, at least five civilians were killed and one hundred and forty-six civilians wounded.

52. On 3 May 1995, at approximately 12.10 hrs, on the orders of Milan MARTIC, the Orkan MBRL, fitted with "cluster bomb" warheads, was once again fired from the area of Petrova Gora into the central part of Zagreb. Rockets impacted in particular in the areas of Klaiceva Street, Meduliceca Street, Ilica Street and near the Croatian National Theater. This unlawful attack caused the death of two civilians and wounded forty-eight others.

53. The names of the killed and wounded civilians are set out in Annex II attached to this indictment.

54. The shelling was not justified by military necessity. The listed locations were either specifically targeted or the result of reckless fire into areas where civilians were known to have been.

55. By these acts and omissions, Milan MARTIC committed:

Count 15: Murder, a CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY, punishable under Articles 5(a) and 7(1) and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal.

Count 16: Murder, a VIOLATION OF THE LAWS OR CUSTOMS OF WAR, as recognised by Common Article 3(1)(a) of the Geneva Conventions of 1949, punishable under Articles 3 and 7(1) and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal.

Count 17: Inhumane acts, a CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY, punishable under Articles 5(i) and 7(1) and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal.

Count 18: Cruel treatment, a VIOLATION OF THE LAWS OR CUSTOMS OF WAR, as recognised by Common Article 3(1)(a) of the Geneva Conventions of 1949, punishable under Articles 3 and 7(1) and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal.

Count 19: Attacks on civilians, a VIOLATION OF THE LAWS OR CUSTOMS OF WAR, as recognised by Article 51(2) of Additional Protocol I and Article 13(2) of Additional Protocol II to the Geneva Conventions of 1949, punishable under Articles 3 and 7(1) and 7(3) of the Statute of the Tribunal.

ADDITIONAL FACTS:

56. In advance of the 1990 elections, the nationalistic Serbian Democratic Party ("SDS") was founded in Knin, advocating the autonomy and later secession of predominantly-Serb areas from Croatia.

57. On 25 July 1990, a group of SDS leaders established the Serbian National Council ("SNC"), adopting a Declaration on Autonomy and the Position of Serbs in Croatia, and on the Sovereignty and Autonomy of the Serbian Nation.

58. On 30 July 1990, during the SNC's first constituent session, a plebiscite, which would confirm the autonomy and sovereignty of the Serb nation in Croatia, was scheduled.

59. On 17 August 1990, the Croatian government declared the referendum illegal. The Croatian police moved towards several Serb towns in the Krajina region. Serbs, organised by Milan MARTIC, put up barricades.

60. Between 19 August and 2 September 1990, Croatian Serbs held a referendum on the issue of Serb "sovereignty and autonomy" in Croatia. The vote took place in predominantly Serb areas of Croatia and was limited only to Serb voters. Croats who lived in the affected region were barred from participating in the referendum. The result of the vote was overwhelmingly in support of Serb autonomy. On 30 September 1990, the SNC declared "the autonomy of the Serbian people on ethnic and historic territories on which he lives and which are within the current boundaries of the Republic of Croatia as a federal unit of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia."

61. On 21 December 1990, Croatian Serbs in Knin announced the creation of a "Serbian Autonomous District" ("SAO") of Krajina and declared their independence from Croatia.

62. Conflicts between armed Serbs organised or assisted by Milan MARTIC and Croatian police forces erupted throughout the spring of 1991.

63. In March 1991, the conflict intensified when local Serb police forces attempted to consolidate power over areas with significant Serb populations. The local Serb police, headed by Milan MARTIC, took control of a police station in Pakrac and battles erupted when the Croatian government attempted to re-establish its authority in the area. At Plitvice, Serbs attacked a bus carrying Croatian policemen and another battle erupted. The JNA deployed troops in the area and issued an ultimatum to the Croatian police to withdraw from Plitvice.

64. On 1 April 1991, the Executive Council of the SAO Krajina passed the decision to incorporate the SAO Krajina into the Republic of Serbia. At the same time the SAO Krajina recognised the Constitution and laws of the Republic of Serbia, as well as the SFRY constitutional-legal system, and decided that the laws and regulations of the Republic of Serbia applied throughout the territory.

65. On 30 April 1991, the first session of the SAO Krajina Assembly was held and Milan BABIC was elected President of the Executive Council of the SAO Krajina.

66. On 12 May 1991, a referendum was held in the SAO Krajina concerning the annexation of the SAO Krajina to the Republic of Serbia and its remaining in Yugoslavia with Serbia, Montenegro and others that wished to preserve Yugoslavia. 99.8% of those voting supported the annexation.

67. On 19 May 1991, Croatia held a referendum in which the electorate voted overwhelmingly for independence from the SFRY. On 25 June 1991, Croatia and the Republic of Slovenia declared their independence from Yugoslavia. On 25 June 1991, the JNA moved to suppress Slovenia's secession.

68. The European Community sought to mediate in the conflict. On 8 July 1991, an agreement was reached that Croatia and Slovenia would suspend implementation of their independence until 8 October 1991. The European Community ultimately recognised Croatia as an independent state on 15 January 1992.

69. On 18 July 1991, the Federal Presidency, with support of the Serbian and Montenegrin government and General KADIJEVIC, voted to withdraw the JNA from Slovenia, thereby acceding to its secession and the dissolution of the SFRY.

70. The Serbs in the Krajina region, in Eastern Slavonia, and in Western Slavonia began receiving increasing support from the government of the Republic of Serbia. By August 1991, Serb volunteer and police forces in these regions were being supplied, trained and partly led by officials of the Republic of Serbia Ministry of Internal Affairs in close co-operation and co-ordination with Milan MARTIC.

71. In the Knin area, the JNA forces began openly assisting the Serb police forces led by Milan MARTIC. They participated jointly in an attack on the Croatian village of Kijevo in August 1991. Throughout August and September 1991, substantial areas of Croatia came under Serb control as a result of actions by Serb military, volunteer and police forces including Martic's Police.

72. On 8 September 1991 Milan MARTIC and a JNA security officer were stopped at a road blockade in Otoka, municipality of Bosanska Krupa, and subsequently detained. Various high-ranking JNA officers and members of the joint criminal enterprise specified in paragraph 6 of the indictment were involved in securing his release.

73. In Geneva on 23 November 1991, Slobodan MILOSEVIC, Federal Secretary of People's Defence Veljko KADIJEVIC, and Franjo TUDMAN entered into an agreement signed under the auspices of the United Nations Special Envoy Cyrus VANCE. This agreement called for the lifting of blockades by Croatian forces on JNA barracks and for the withdrawal of JNA forces from Croatia. Both sides committed themselves to an immediate cease-fire throughout Croatia by units "under their command, control, or political influence" and further bound themselves to ensure that any paramilitary or irregular units associated with their forces would also observe the cease-fire.

74. On 19 December 1991, the SAO Krajina proclaimed itself the Republic of Serbian Krajina ("RSK") with Milan Babic as President. On 26 February 1992 the SAO Western Slavonia and SAO Slavonia, Baranja and Western Srem joined it in unilateral declarations by these entities.

75. On 3 January 1992, another cease-fire agreement was signed by Franjo TUDMAN and Slobodan MILOSEVIC paving the way for the implementation of a United Nations peace plan put forward by Cyrus VANCE. Under the Vance Plan, four United Nations Protected Areas (UNPAs) were established in the areas occupied by Serb forces. The Vance Plan called for the withdrawal of the JNA from Croatia and for the return of displaced persons to their homes in the UNPAs. Although the JNA officially withdrew from Croatia in May 1992, large portions of its weaponry and personnel remained in the Serb-held areas and were turned over to the "police" of the RSK. Displaced persons were not allowed to return to their homes and those few Croats and other non-Serbs who had remained in the Serb-occupied areas were expelled in the following months.

76. Beginning in early 1991, Bosnian Serbs came to Knin to be trained by the JNA, Milan MARTIC, Martic's Police, and other Serb forces. Thereafter, they returned to Bosnia and Herzegovina where they formed various paramilitary organisations that fought in coordination with the JNA, VRS, and local Serb police forces.

77. In July 1992, Milan MARTIC met with VRS officials and the Bosnian Serb leadership regarding operations in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia. In the summer of 1992 the SVK and VRS launched joint military operations in Bosnia and Herzegovina to create and secure a Serb-controlled link between the territories they held in Western Slavonia and Krajina (Croatia) and the FRY.

78. The Serb-held territories in the RSK remained under SVK control until early August 1995. At around that time Milan MARTIC, together with the RSK political and military leadership, fled Croatian territory during a massive Croatian offensive. This operation, commonly referred to as "Operation Storm," successfully restored Croatian control over the RSK. The remaining area of Serb control in Eastern Slavonia was peacefully re-integrated into Croatia in 1998.

 

Dated this 14th day of July 2003
At The Hague
The Netherlands

___________________
Carla Del Ponte
Prosecutor



ANNEX I.

VICTIMS BACIN - PARAGRAPH 26

DATE
LOCATION
VICTIMS
YEAR OF

BIRTH / SEX

October 1991
BACIN & surroundings
ALAVANCIC, Katarina

ALAVANCIC, Terezija

ANTOLOVIC, Josip

ANTOLOVIC Marija

BARIC, Sofija

BARUNOVIC, Ivo

BARUNOVIC, Marija

BARUNOVIC, Matija

BARUNOVIC, Nikola

BATINOVIC, Anka

BATINOVIC, Marija

BLINJA, Ana

BLINJA, Josip

BLINJA, Katarina

BLINJA, Nikola

BUNJEVAC,Toma

BUNJEVAC, Antun

BUNJEVAC, Kata

CORIC, Antun

CORIC, Barica

CORIC, Josip

CORIC, Josip

CORIC, Mara

CORIC, Vera

COVIC, Mijo

DELIC, Marija

DIKULIC, Ana

DIKULIC, Maca

DIKULIC, Ruza

DIKULIC, Sofija

DIKULIC, Stjepan

DUKIC, Antun

DUKIC, Danica

DUKIC, Kata

DUKIC, Liza

DUKIC, Marija

DURINOVIC, Antun

FELBABIC, Nikola

FERIC, Ana

FERIC, Juraj

FERIC, Kata

GLAVINIC, Grga

JOSIPOVIC, Anka

JOSIPOVIC, Ankica

JOSIPOVIC, Ivo

JUKIC, Filip

JUKIC, Iva

JUKIC, Marija

JUKIC, Vera

JURATOVIC, Marija

JURIC, Janja

KARAGIC, Josip

KARANOVIC, Jozo

KRAMARIC, Terezija

KRIVAJIC, Antun

KRIVAJIC, Reza

KRNIC, Stefo

KRNIC, Marija

KRNIC, Mijo

KROPF, Barbara

KROPF, Pavao

KULISIC, Ivan

KULISIC, Ivica

LAZIC, Mijo

LIKIC, Andrija

LIKIC, Anka

LIKIC, Antun

LIKIC, Jelka

LONCAR, Ana

LONCAR, Antun

LONCAR, Kata

LONCAR, Kata

LONCAR, Stjepan

LONCAREVIC, Antun

LONCARIC, Nikola

LUJIC, Janja

MATIJEVIC, Dragica

MILASINOVIC, Marija

MISIC, Mijo

MUCAVAC, Antun

MUCAVAC, Mara

ORDANIC, Antun

ORDANIC, Luka

PAVIC, Antun

PAVIC, Matija

PERKOVIC, Nevenka

PERKOVIC, Vlado

PERKOVIC, Zoran

PEZO, Ivo

PEZO, Sofija

PIKTAJA, Anka

SABLJAR, Stjepan

SESTIC, Jula

SESTIC, Marija

SESTIC, Milan

STANKOVIC, Veronika

SVRACIC, Antun

SVRACIC, Marija

TEPIC, Ana

TEPIC, Dusan

TRNINIC, Ivan

TRNINIC, Ivo

TRNINIC, Kata

TRNINIC, Terezija

VLADIC, Katarina

VOLAREVIC, Soka

VRPOLJAC, Nikola

VUKOVIC, Pero

1910/ FEMALE

1922/ FEMALE

1910/ MALE

1917/ FEMALE

Not Known/ FEMALE

Not Known/MALE

Not Known/ FEMALE

60 years/MALE

Not Known/MALE

Not Known/ FEMALE

1901/ FEMALE

1923/ FEMALE

1926/ MALE

1933/ FEMALE

1922/ MALE

60 years/MALE

40 years/MALE

Not Known/ FEMALE

50 years/MALE

60 years/ FEMALE

30 years/MALE

60 years/MALE

1939/ FEMALE

60 years/FEMALE

1915/ MALE

Not Known/ FEMALE

1942/ FEMALE

Not Known/ FEMALE

1913/ FEMALE

1946/ FEMALE

Not Known/ MALE

1933/ MALE

Not Known/ FEMALE

Not Known/ FEMALE

Not Known/ FEMALE

1923/ FEMALE

Not Known/ MALE

50 years/MALE

1926/ FEMALE

1923/ MALE

1925/ FEMALE

60 years/MALE

60 years/ FEMALE

50 years/ FEMALE

50 years/MALE

1949/ MALE

Not Known/ FEMALE

1924/ FEMALE

1920/ FEMALE

Not Known/ FEMALE

Not Known/ FEMALE

50 years/MALE

Not Known/ MALE

1922/ FEMALE

Not Known/ MALE

Not Known/ FEMALE

Not Known/ MALE

Not Known/ FEMALE

1929/ MALE

1928/ FEMALE

1931/ MALE

1926/ MALE

1972/ MALE

Not Known/MALE

1908/ MALE

Not Known/ FEMALE

Not Known/ MALE

Not Known/ FEMALE

1923/ FEMALE

1908/ MALE

60 years/ FEMALE

1906/ FEMALE

60 years/MALE

Not Known/ MALE

1910/ MALE

1954/ FEMALE

Not Known/ FEMALE

Not Known/ FEMALE

Not Known/ MALE

1946/MALE

Not Known/ FEMALE

60 years/MALE

60 years/MALE

1936/ MALE

60 years/MALE

Not Known/ FEMALE

Not Known/MALE

Not Known/MALE

Not Known/ MALE

1922/ FEMALE

1920/ FEMALE

1912/ MALE

Not Known/ FEMALE

1922/ FEMALE

1941/ MALE

1915/ FEMALE

1920/ MALE

1924/ FEMALE

1925/ FEMALE

Not Known/ MALE

1913/ MALE

Not Known/ MALE

1925/ FEMALE

Not Known/ FEMALE

1931/ FEMALE

1905/ FEMALE

55 years/MALE

Not Known/ MALE

DATELOCATIONVICTIMSYEAR OF BIRTH/SEX
October 1991Not KnownSESTIC, Milan

KRNIC, Stefo

BATINOVIC, Anka

KRIVAJIC, Reza

BARIC, Sofija

KARANOVIC, Jozo

LIKIC, Antun

LIKIC, Jelka

LIKIC, Anka

PAVIC, Antun

BUNJEVAC, Antun

BUNJEVAC,Toma

ORDANIC, Luka

PAVIC, Matija

FELBABIC, Nikola

VRPOLJAC, Nikola

JOSIPOVIC, Anka

JOSIPOVIC, Ivo

JOSIPOVIC, Ankica

KARAGIC, Josip

SORIC, Antun

CORIC, Josip

SORIC, Vera

GLAVINIC, Grga

ORDANIC, Antun

BARUNOVIC, Mato

LONSAR, Stefan

LONSAR, Kata

SORIC, Barica

SORIC, Josip

BARUNOVIC, Ivo

BUNJEVAC, Kata

BARUNOVIC, Nikola

PERKOVIC, Nevenka

PERKOVIC, Zoran

PERKOVIC, Vlado

BARUNOVIC, Marija

1941/ MALE

Not Known/ MALE

Not Known/ FEMALE

Not Known/ FEMALE

Not Known/ FEMALE

Not Known/ MALE

Not Known/ MALE

Not Known/ FEMALE

Not Known/ FEMALE

1936/ MALE

40 years/MALE

60 years/MALE

60 years/MALE

60 years/MALE

50 years/MALE

55 years/MALE

60 years/ FEMALE

50 years/MALE

50 years/ FEMALE

50 years/MALE

50 years/MALE

60 years/MALE

60 years/FEMALE

60 years/MALE

60 years/MALE

60 years/MALE

60 years/MALE

60 years/ FEMALE

60 years/ FEMALE

30 years/MALE

Not Known/MALE

Not Known/ FEMALE

Not Known/MALE

Not Known/ FEMALE

Not Known/MALE

Not Known/MALE

Not Known/ FEMALE

****Plus 2 Unidentified Persons

VICTIMS LIPOVACA -
PARAGRAPH 28

DATE
LOCATIONVICTIMSYEAR OF BIRTH / SEX
28 October 1991
LIPOVACABROZINCEVIC, Franjo

BROZINCEVIC, Marija

BROZINCEVIC, Mata

BROZINCEVIC, Mira

BROZINCEVIC, Mirko

BROZINSEVIC, Mata

BROZINCEVIC, Roza

BROZINSEVIC, Mirko

BROZINSEVIC, Franje

CINDRIC, Marija

CINDRIC, Katjarina
aka CINDRIC, Katja

1930/MALE

Not Known/ FEMALE

Not Known/FEMALE

1925/FEMALE

1971/ MALE

Not Known/FEMALE

Not Known/FEMALE

1971/ MALE

Not Known/MALE

Not Known/ FEMALE

Not Known1925/ FEMALE

VICTIMS - VUKOVICI
PARAGRAPH 29
DATE
LOCATION
VICTIMSYEAR OF BIRTH/SEX
7 November 1991
VUKOVICI
MATOVINA, Josip

MATOVINA, Nikola

VUKOVIC, Dane

VUKOVIC, Dane

VUKOVIC, Ivan

VUKOVIC, Lucija

VUKOVIC, Milka

VUKOVIC, Nikola

VUKOVIC, Nikola

VUKOVIC, Vjekoslav

Not Known/MALE

Not Known/MALE

Not Known/ MALE

Not Known/ MALE

1934/MALE

Not Known/ FEMALE

Not Known/ FEMALE

1926/MALE

1938/MALE

Not Known/MALE

VICTIMS SABORSKO -
PARAGRAPH 30
DATE
LOCATION
VICTIMS
YEAR OF BIRTH/SEX
12 November 1991SABORSKOBICANIC, Ana

BICANIC, Milan

BICANIC, Nikola

BICANIC, Petar

CONJAR, Leopold

DUMENCIC, Ante

DUMENCIC, Darko

DUMENCIC, Kata

DUMENCIC, Nikola

DUMENCIC, Ivica

MATOVINA, Ivan

MATOVINA, Kata

MATOVINA, Kata
aka MATOVINA, Kate

MATOVINA, Lucija

MATOVINA, Marija

MATOVINA, Marta

MATOVINA, Mate

MATOVINA, Mate

MATOVINA, Milan

MATOVINA, Slavica

SERTIC, Slavko

SPEHAR, Mate

STRK, Josip

VUKOVIC, Ivan

VUKOVIC, Jela

VUKOVIC, Jure

VUKOVIC, Jure

VUKOVIC, Petar

1924/ FEMALE

1927/MALE

1928/MALE

1935/MALE

1898/MALE

1962/MALE

1970/MALE

1930/FEMALE

1930/MALE

Not Known/MALE

1930/MALE

Not Known/ FEMALE

Not Known/ FEMALE

1906/FEMALE

1909/FEMALE

Not Known/ FEMALE

1895/MALE

Not Known/MALE

Not Known/MALE

1959/FEMALE

1941/MALE

Not Known/MALE

Not Known/MALE

Not Known/MALE

Not Known/ FEMALE

Not Known/MALE

Not Known/MALE

1932/MALE

**** Plus 2 Unidentified Deceased

 

VICTIMS SKABRNJA CASE ONE -
PARAGRAPH 31

DATE
LOCATION
VICTIMS
YEAR OF BIRTH / SEX
18-19 Nov. 1991
SKABRNJA
BRKIC, Joso

BRKIC, Marija

BRKIC, Marko

CURKOVIC, Zeljko

DRAZINA, Marija

HORVAT, Vladimir

JURIC, Ana

JURIC, Grgo

JURIC, Nediliko

JURIC, Petar

MILJANIC, Josip

MILJANIC, Slavko

PAVICIC, Mile

PAVICIC, Niko

PAVICIC, Petar

PERICA, Gaspar

PERICA, Josip

PERICA, Ljubo

RAZOV, Ante

RAZOV, Ivan

RAZOV, Jela

ROGIC, Kata

ROGIC, Marko

ROGIC, Nikola

SEGARIC, Sime

SEGARIC, Grgica

SEGARIC, Ivica

SEGARIC, Krsto

SEGARIC, Rade

SEGARIC, Vice

SKARA, Nediljko

VICKOVIC, Stana

VICKOVIC, Stanko

ZILIC, Mara

ZILIC, Pavica

ZILIC, Roko

ZILIC, Tadija

ZUPAN, Marko

1924/ MALE

1943/ FEMALE

1943/MALE

1968/ MALE

Age 71/FEMALE

1953/ MALE

Age 77/FEMALE

1909/ MALE

1955/MALE

1936/MALE

1928/MALE

1956/MALE

1965/MALE

1922/MALE

1942/MALE

1955/MALE

1934/ MALE

1932/ MALE

1955/MALE

1927/MALE

Age 86/FEMALE

1932/FEMALE

1959/MALE

1939/MALE

1955/ MALE

1911/FEMALE

1961/MALE

1927/MALE

1931/MALE

1933/MALE

1955/MALE

1936/FEMALE

1956/ MALE

1914/ FEMALE

1928/FEMALE

1929/MALE

1928/MALE

1932/MALE

VICTIMS NADIN -
PARAGRAPH 32
DATE
LOCATION
VICTIMS
YEAR OF BIRTH / SEX
19 Nov.1991
NADIN
ATELJ, Novica

BRKIC, Stoja

BRZOJA, Danka

CIRJAK, Ika

CIRJAK, Masa

SESTAN, Jakov

SESTAN, Marija

1965/MALE

1928/FEMALE

1951/FEMALE

1922/FEMALE

1921/FEMALE

1911/MALE

1933/FEMALE

VICTIMS SKABRNJA CASE TWO -
PARAGRAPH 33

DATE
LOCATION
VICTIMS
YEAR OF BIRTH / SEX
18 November 1991 to February 1992
SKABRNJA BABIC, Ivan

BILAVER, Grgo

BILAVER, Marija

BILAVER, Peka

BRKIC, Ana

BRKIC, Josipa

BRKIC, Kata

BRKIC, Kata

BRKIC, Marija

BRKIC, Mato

BRKIC, Mijat

ERLIC, Jure

GOSPIC, Dumica

IVKOVIC, Ljubomir

IVKOVIC, Nedjeljko

IVKOVIC, Tereza

JURJEVIC, Simica

KARDUM, Mirko

PERICA, Kata

RAZOV, Sime

RAZOV, Grgica

RAZOV, Marko

SEGARIC, Luca

SKARA, Pera

STURA, Bozo

STURA, Draginja

1941/MALE

1915/MALE

1921/FEMALE

Not Known/FEMALE

1925/FEMALE

1920/FEMALE

1935/FEMALE

1939/FEMALE

1906/ FEMALE

1918/MALE

1915/MALE

1925/MALE

1914/FEMALE

Not Known/MALE

1952/MALE

Age 78/FEMALE

1912/FEMALE

1919/MALE

Age 60/FEMALE

1938/MALE

1899/FEMALE

Not Known/MALE

1920/FEMALE

Not Known/FEMALE

Not Known/MALE

1917/FEMALE

DATE
LOCATION
VICTIMS
YEAR OF BIRTH / SEX
21 December 1991
BRUSKA
DRACA, Sveto (Serbian)

MARINOVIC, Dragan

MARINOVIC, Draginja

MARINOVIC, Dusan

MARINOVIC, Ika

MARINOVIC, Krste

MARINOVIC, Manda

MARINOVIC, Petar

MARINOVIC, Roko

MARINOVIC, Stana

Not Known/MALE

Not Known/MALE

Not Known/FEMALE

Not Known/MALE

Not Known/ FEMALE

Not Known/MALE

1927/ FEMALE

1923/MALE

Not Known/MALE

1926/FEMALE

VICTIMS BRUSKA -
PARAGRAPH 34
DATE
LOCATION
VICTIMS
YEAR OF BIRTH / SEX
April 1992KREMNAAHMETOVIC, Resid

HALILOVIC, Dzevad

HALILOVIC, Enes

HUSEINOVIC, Nedzad
aka FAMBALO

HUSKIC, Hakija

SLIJEPCEVIC, Senad

SLIJEPCEVIC, Suad

1942/MALE

1950/MALE

1958/MALE

1963/MALE


1939/MALE

1960/MALE

1957/MALE

VICTIMS KREMNA in Prnjavor
PARAGRAPH 35
DATE
LOCATION
VICTIMS
YEAR OF BIRTH / SEX
May 1992LISNJAHALILIC, Advija HALILIC, Bais

HALILIC, Mirsad

HALILIC, Nedzad

HALILIC, Advija

Not Known/MALE

Not Known/MALE

Not Known/MALE

Not Known/MALE

 



ANNEX II.

VICTIMS Zagreb shelling
PARAGRAPHS 51-53

DATELOCATIONVICTIMSYEAR OF BIRTH / SEX
2 May 1995CITY OF ZAGREBBRODAC, Ivan,
aka BRODAR, Ivan

DRACIC, Damir

KOVAC, Ivanka

KRHEN, Stjepan

KOVAS, Ivanka

MUTEVELIC, Ana

MARKULIN, Ivan

1918/MALE

Unknown/MALE

Unknown/FEMALE

Unknown/MALE

Unknown/FEMALE

Unknown/FEMALE

Unknown/MALE

3 May 1995CITY OF ZAGREBSKRACIC, Luka

Unknown Student

Unknown1975/MALE

Unknown/MALE

WOUNDED Zagreb shelling
PARAGRAPHS 51-53

DATELOCATIONVICTIMSYEAR OF BIRTH / SEX
2 May 1995CITY OF ZAGREBABLENC, Alen, aka APLENC, Alen1965/MALE
  ADZIC, Dora1992/FEMALE
  AVDAGIC, Goran1972/MALE
  BAJFUS, Nada aka BEIFUAS / BAJFUZ / BEIFUSS, Nada1933/FEMALE
  BARTA, LeposavaUnknown/FEMALE
  BERNATH, Ljerka1942/FEMALE
  BLAZINA, Davor1966/MALE
  BLATANCIC, Nikica1971/MALE
  BOJAROV, Slavko aka BOJAROV, Savko1968/MALE
  BOROSAK, Josip1956/MALE
  BRCIC, Vladimir1933/MALE
  BREGAS, Boris aka BREGES, Boris1939/MALE
  BRKIC, Karla1984/FEMALE
  BRKIC, Rista1980/FEMALE
  BUDISAVLJEVIC, Stanka aka BUDISAVLJEVIC, Stanko1949/FEMALE
  BUNTIC, SanjaUnknown/FEMALE
  BURIC, Dragutin1971/MALE
  CACIC, AnkicaUnknown/FEMALE
  CIKOR, Mira1958/FEMALE
  CINDRIC, Dalibor1974/MALE
  CURIC, Rasenka aka CURIC, Raseljka1978/FEMALE
  DAVIDOVIC, Anto1963/MALE
  DEDIC, Dubravko1973/MALE
  DODIC, Dubravka1974/FEMALE
  DRCA, Dane1938/MALE
  DRESDEN, Hedi aka DRESNER, HediUnknown/FEMALE
  \U\A, Regina1943/FEMALE
  FUNDAK, Mladen1964/MALE
  GADZA, Jozo1938/MALE
  GLIGORIJEVIC, Marija1939/FEMALE
  GOLUB-PILIZOTA, Nada1942/FEMALE
  GUCEC, Dragica1944/FEMALE
  GULIC, Ante1941/MALE
  GULIC, Ivan1920/MALE
  HORVAT, Aleksandra1970/FEMALE
  HORVATIN, Branko1956/MALE
  HRKAC, Ivan1935/MALE
  HUNDEK, Ivan aka FUNDEK. Ivan1949/MALE
  HUSEVAR, Stanko, aka HRUSEVAR, Stanko1950/MALE
  HUZJAK, Milan aka HUZIAK, Milan1915/MALE
  IVANCEVIC, Slavko1925/MALE
  IVANUSA, Alojz1931/MALE
  IVIC, Stjepan1966/MALE
  JAKOPEC, Vinko1942/MALE
  JEKAVC, Slaven aka JEKAVAC, Slaven1973/MALE
  JOVANOVIC, Jelena1971/FEMALE
  JOVICIC, Ratomir1947/MALE
  KAJKUS, Salim1982/MALE
  KARMAJER, Miroslava aka KERMAJER, Miroslava1924/FEMALE
  KESEK, Tomo aka KESAK, Tomo1937/MALE
  KLJUNAK, Niko1912/MALE
  KOJIC, ZdravkoUnknown/MALE
  KOKORIC, Antun1948/MALE
  KOPIC, Josip1953/MALE
  KRAJNIC, Branko1933/MALE
  KRALJ, DragicaUnknown/FEMALE
  KRHEN, Juraj1930/MALE
  KRISTO, Vine1963/MALE
  KUSEVIC, Branko1971/MALE
  KULENOVIC, Zeljka1950/FEMALE
  LEHMAN, Inge aka LEKMAN, Inge1965/FEMALE
  LISEVIC, Marija aka ILISEVIC, Marija1938/FEMALE
  LISIC, Dora aka LASIC, Dora1923/FEMALE
  LOGUZAN, Petar aka LOGOZAN, Petar1948/MALE
  LONCARIC-PAP, Vlasta aka LONCARIC PAPA, VLASTA1956/FEMALE
  LONGARIC-PAP, Igor aka LONCARIC PAP, IgorUnknown/MALE
  LORVREKOVIC, Branimir aka LOVREKOVIC, Branimir1955/MALE
  MAJETIC, Vanja1976/FEMALE
  MAJSTOROVIC, Anka1924/FEMALE
  MALIC, InesUnknown/FEMALE
  MALIC, IvanUnknown/MALE
  MARCHIOLI, Biserka1949/FEMALE
  MARKOVIC, Sasa aka MIRKOVIC, Sasa1975/FEMALE
  MAROJEVIC, Edita1960/FEMALE
  MARTINOVIC, Jakov aka MARTINOVIC, Jakob1929/MALE
  MARTINOVIC, Mia1993/FEMALE
  MARUSIC, Dario1961/MALE
  MATAK, Branko1961/MALE
  MATANOVIC, Blazenka1927/FEMALE
  MEDVIDOVIC, Cvita1923/FEMALE
  MIKULCIC, Ivan1938/MALE
  MIKUTA, Danko1963/MALE
  MILIC, Radoslav1942/MALE
  MILICEVIC, StipeUnknown/MALE
  MOCKOVIC, Mirjana1943/FEMALE
  MODRIC, Dragica1921/FEMALE
  MRDAN, Nikola aka MER\A, NikolaUnknown/MALE
  MUZEK, Petar1963/MALE
  NADAN, Natasa1978/FEMALE
  NEDIC, Milutin1936/MALE
  NIKSIC, Ljiljana aka NIKSIC, Mirjana1954/FEMALE
  NIKOLIC, Vasilije1933/MALE
  PAN, Petra aka BAN, Petra1985/FEMALE
  PAVIC, Aleksandra aka PAVICEVIC, Aleksandra1953/FEMALE
  PAVLOVIC, Mihael1939/MALE
  PEJIC, Janka1952/FEMALE
  PEJIC, Marija1941/FEMALE
  PERKOVIC, Dusanka1923/FEMALE
  PISKOR, Ivan1939/MALE
  PILIC-PRCIC, Josip aka BILIC-PRCIC, Josip1956/MALE
  PISNJAK, Velimir1978/MALE
  PJETLOVIC, Marinko aka PIJETLOVIC, Marinko1949/MALE
  POLOVIC, Visnja1958/FEMALE
  PONGRACIC, Darko1959/MALE
  POPOVIC, RadmilaUnknown/FEMALE
  POSAVEC, Martin1976/MALE
  PREKRATIC, Vlado aka PREKRETIC, Vlado1960/MALE
  PRICEK, Zdenka aka PTICEK, Zdenka1965/FEMALE
  PROTULIPAC, Snjezana1970/FEMALE
  RA\ENOVIC, Mile1955/MALE
  RAGUZ, Kresimir1975/MALE
  RAMLJAK, Kata1956/FEMALE
  RETEL, Bojan1977/MALE
  RUKAVINA, Vladimir1948/MALE
  SANKOVIC, Jelka aka SANKOVIC, Jela1933/FEMALE
  SAULA, \or|eUnknown/MALE
  SIMUNCIC, Stjepan1922/MALE
  SINKOVIC, Zeljka1975/FEMALE
  SMOLOVIC, Branimir1955/MALE
  SMREKAR, Davor1962/MALE
  SOLARICEK, Antonija1910/FEMALE
  SOPRICI-BERKES, Irena aka SPORCIC BERKES, Irena1951/FEMALE
  SOSA, Branko1960/MALE
  SOVIC, Katica1952/FEMALE
  SPORCIC, Karlo1984/MALE
  STAJERAC, Marija aka STAJEREC, Marija1951/FEMALE
  STANKO, Kata aka STANKO, Katica1943/FEMALE
  STIPIC, Katica1969/FEMALE
  STOJANOVIC, Predrag1970/MALE
  SUCIC, Neda1920/FEMALE
  SVIGIR, Zlata1920/FEMALE
  SZEKELY, Aleksandra1946/FEMALE
  TARAN, Petru aka TARAN, Petreuc 1954/MALE
  TOMAC, Ferdo1914/MALE
  VARTUSEK, Zeljko1970/MALE
  VIDOVIC, Pava 1960/FEMALE
  VRBAN, Robert aka VRAN, Robert1975/MALE
  ZAMUDIC, Tomislav1987/MALE
  ZANINOVIC, Zorislav1953/MALE
  ZELJAK, Zdravko1978/MALE
  ZITKOVIC, Jasenka1966/FEMALE
  ZRINSCAK, Zdravko1956/MALE
  ZUBAK, Milivoj1972/MALE
  ZUBIC, Jasmin aka ZOBIC, Jasmin1983/MALE
  ZUGAJ, MaraUnknown/FEMALE
  ZUNAC, Mina1974/FEMALE
2 May 1995CITY OF ZAGREBRETEL, BojanUnknown/MALE
  PONGRACIC, DarkoUnknown/MALE
  ZUBAK, MilivojUnknown/MALE
  CACIC, AnkicaUnknown/FEMALE
  HUSEVAR, Stanko, aka HRUSEVAR, StankoUnknown/MALE
  JOVANOVIC, JelenaUnknown/FEMALE
  ADZIC, DoraUnknown/FEMALE
  BUNTIC, SanjaUnknown/FEMALE
  KULENOVIC, ZeljkaUnknown/FEMALE
  RAGUZ, KresimirUnknown/MALE
  LISIC, Dora aka LASIC, DoraUnknown/FEMALE
  VARTUSEK, ZeljkoUnknown/MALE
  SUCIC, NedaUnknown/FEMALE
  PISNJAK, VelimirUnknown/MALE
  KOKORIC, AntunUnknown/MALE
  ZANINOVIC, ZorislavUnknown/MALE
  KOJIC, ZdravkoUnknown/MALE
  LOGUZAN, Petar aka LOGOZAN, PetarUnknown/MALE
  HORVATIN, BrankoUnknown/MALE
  MOCKOVIC, MirjanaUnknown/FEMALE
  LEHMAN, Inge aka LEKMAN, IngeUnknown/FEMALE
  BAJFUS, Nada aka BEIFUAS / BAJFUZ / BEIFUSS, NadaUnknown/FEMALE
  LONCARIC-PAP, Vlasta aka LONCARIC PAPA, VLASTAUnknown/FEMALE
  HRKAC, IvanUnknown/MALE
  DEDIC, DubravkoUnknown/MALE
  LONGARIC-PAP, Igor aka LONCARIC PAP, IgorUnknown/MALE
  RUKAVINA, VladimirUnknown/MALE
  MARCHIOLI, BiserkaUnknown/FEMALE
  BLAZINA, DavorUnknown/MALE
  MATAK, BrankoUnknown/MALE
  BARTA, LeposavaUnknown/FEMALE
  FUNDAK, MladenUnknown/MALE
  VRBAN, Robert aka VRAN, RobertUnknown/MALE
  PISKOR, IvanUnknown/MALE
  TOMAC, FerdoUnknown/MALE
  JEKAVC, Slaven
aka JEKAVAC, Slaven
Unknown/MALE
  BRCIC, VladimirUnknown/MALE
  GOLUB-PILIZOTA, NadaUnknown/FEMALE
  IVIC, StjepanUnknown/MALE
  PILIC-PRCIC, Josip aka BILIC-PRCIC, JosipUnknown/MALE
  BURIC, DragutinUnknown/MALE
  PREKRATIC, Vlado aka PREKRETIC, VladoUnknown/MALE
  CINDRIC, DaliborUnknown/MALE
  PAVIC, Aleksandra aka PAVICEVIC, AleksandraUnknown/FEMALE
  POSAVEC, MartinUnknown/MALE
  MAROJEVIC, EditaUnknown/FEMALE
  ABLENC, Alen, aka APLENC, AlenUnknown/MALE
  STAJERAC, Marija aka STAJEREC, MarijaUnknown/FEMALE
  HUZJAK, Milan aka HUZIAK, MilanUnknown/MALE
  SOSA, BrankoUnknown/MALE
  DRCA, DaneUnknown/MALE
  ZRINSCAK, ZdravkoUnknown/MALE
  MUZEK, PetarUnknown/MALE
  GULIC, AnteUnknown/MALE
  ZITKOVIC, JasenkaUnknown/FEMALE
  SZEKELY, AleksandraUnknown/FEMALE
  ZELJAK, ZdravkoUnknown/MALE
  MARTINOVIC, Jakov aka MARTINOVIC, JakobUnknown/MALE
  GUCEC, DragicaUnknown/FEMALE
  KRAJNIC, BrankoUnknown/MALE
  SOLARICEK, AntonijaUnknown/FEMALE
  POPOVIC, RadmilaUnknown/FEMALE
  BERNATH, LjerkaUnknown/FEMALE
  BOJAROV, Slavko aka BOJAROV, SavkoUnknown/MALE
  MARUSIC, DarioUnknown/MALE
  MIKUTA, DankoUnknown/MALE
  BREGAS, Boris aka BREGES, BorisUnknown/MALE
  SAULA, \or|eUnknown/MALE
  STIPIC, KaticaUnknown/FEMALE
  ZUNAC, MinaUnknown/FEMALE
  BRKIC, KarlaUnknown/FEMALE
  KLJUNAK, NikoUnknown/MALE
  MEDVIDOVIC, CvitaUnknown/FEMALE
  TARAN, Petru aka TARAN, Petreuc Unknown/MALE
  PEJIC, MarijaUnknown/FEMALE
  MAJSTOROVIC, AnkaUnknown/FEMALE
  CIKOR, MiraUnknown/FEMALE
  SIMUNCIC, StjepanUnknown/MALE
  \U\A, ReginaUnknown/FEMALE
  SVIGIR, ZlataUnknown/FEMALE
  HORVAT, AleksandraUnknown/FEMALE
  MILIC, RadoslavUnknown/MALE
  SPORCIC, KarloUnknown/MALE
  PROTULIPAC, SnjezanaUnknown/FEMALE
  HUNDEK, Ivan aka FUNDEK. IvanUnknown/MALE
  KESEK, Tomo aka KESAK, TomoUnknown/MALE
  DODIC, DubravkaUnknown/FEMALE
  MODRIC, DragicaUnknown/FEMALE
  VIDOVIC, Pava Unknown/FEMALE
  ZAMUDIC, TomislavUnknown/MALE
  KARMAJER, Miroslava aka KERMAJER, MiroslavaUnknown/FEMALE
  DAVIDOVIC, AntoUnknown/MALE
  IVANUSA, AlojzUnknown/MALE
  BOROSAK, JosipUnknown/MALE
  NIKOLIC, VasilijeUnknown/MALE
  PAVLOVIC, MihaelUnknown/MALE
  KUSEVIC, BrankoUnknown/MALE
  KAJKUS, SalimUnknown/MALE
  GULIC, IvanUnknown/MALE
  NIKSIC, Ljiljana aka NIKSIC, MirjanaUnknown/FEMALE
  KRHEN, JurajUnknown/MALE
  STANKO, Kata aka STANKO, KaticaUnknown/FEMALE
  SMOLOVIC, BranimirUnknown/MALE
  POLOVIC, VisnjaUnknown/FEMALE
  MALIC, InesUnknown/FEMALE
  PRICEK, Zdenka aka PTICEK, ZdenkaUnknown/FEMALE
  SOVIC, KaticaUnknown/FEMALE
  NEDIC, MilutinUnknown/MALE

  PJETLOVIC, Marinko aka PIJETLOVIC, MarinkoUnknown/MALE
  IVANCEVIC, SlavkoUnknown/MALE
  SINKOVIC, ZeljkaUnknown/FEMALE
  AVDAGIC, GoranUnknown/MALE
  MATANOVIC, BlazenkaUnknown/FEMALE
  JOVICIC, RatomirUnknown/MALE
  MRDAN, Nikola aka MER\A, NikolaUnknown/MALE
  MALIC, IvanUnknown/MALE
  SANKOVIC, Jelka aka SANKOVIC, JelaUnknown/FEMALE
  LISEVIC, Marija aka ILISEVIC, MarijaUnknown/FEMALE
  LORVREKOVIC, Branimir aka LOVREKOVIC, BranimirUnknown/MALE
  PEJIC, JankaUnknown/FEMALE
  ZUBIC, Jasmin aka ZOBIC, JasminUnknown/MALE
  PERKOVIC, DusankaUknown/FEMALE
  KRALJ, DragicaUnknown/FEMALE
  SMREKAR, DavorUnknown/MALE
  SOPRICI-BERKES, Irena aka SPORCIC BERKES, IrenaUnknown/FEMALE
  PAN, Petra aka BAN, PetraUnknown/FEMALE
  KRISTO, VineUnknown/MALE
  GADZA, JozoUnknown/MALE
  RAMLJAK, KataUnknown/FEMALE
  DRESDEN, Hedi aka DRESNER, HediUnknown/FEMALE
  MAJETIC, VanjaUnknown/FEMALE
  CURIC, Rasenka aka CURIC, RaseljkaUnknown/FEMALE
  NADAN, NatasaUnknown/FEMALE
  MIKULCIC, IvanUnknown/MALE
  BRKIC, RistaUnknown/FEMALE
  STOJANOVIC, PredragUnknown/MALE
  MILICEVIC, StipeUnknown/MALE
  ZUGAJ, MaraUnknown/FEMALE
  BUDISAVLJEVIC, Stanka aka BUDISAVLJEVIC, StankoUnknown/FEMALE
  JAKOPEC, VinkoUnknown/MALE
  GLIGORIJEVIC, MarijaUnknown/FEMALE
  MARKOVIC, Sasa aka MIRKOVIC, SasaUnknown/FEMALE
  RA\ENOVIC, MileUnknown/MALE
  BLATANCIC, NikicaUnknown/MALE
  KOPIC, JosipUnknown/MALE
  MARTINOVIC, MiaUnknown/FEMALE
03-May-95
Zagreb city
AVDAGIC, Jasmin1972/MALE
BAKULA, ZvonkoUnknown/MALE
BANIC, Zdravko1957/MALE
BARBAROV, Andrej
aka BARBANOV, Andrej
Unknown/MALE
BASSANI, Quitino1928/MALE
BEBIC, Damir1969/MALE
BOLDIN, Mark1967/MALE
BRANKOVIC, Branko
aka BRNOVIC, Branko
1930/MALE
BRCKO, Vladimir1944/MALE
BRKLJACIC, Darko1959/MALE
BURKOVAC, Zora
aka BUKOVEC, Zora
1929/FEMALE
CURIC, Suzana1970/FEMALE
DASCALU, Viorel
aka DASCALY, Viorel
1963/MALE
DASKALOV, Danuti
aka DASCALU /
DASKALU, Danuti,
1968/MALE
DODIG, Mislav1954/MALE
\OJIC, Amira1952/FEMALE
DRENOVAC, Kristijan
aka DEMERAC, Kristijan
1979/MALE
ERMALAI, Julijan1973/MALE
GREDELJ, Radovan1972/MALE
HAJDOROVIC, Lidija
aka HAJAROVIC /
HAJDOVIC Lidija
1962/FEMALE
HIBLER, Danijel1970/MALE
HORVAT, Karica
aka HORVAT, Katica
1966/FEMALE
ISTUK, Miroslav1976/MALE
KOPRIVNJAK, Marija1959/FEMALE
KOPRIVNJAK, Valentina1986/FEMALE
KORSEK, Dubravko
aka KOLSEK, Dubravko
1962/MALE
KOSTOVIC, Mirna1974/FEMALE
KRIZIC, Valentina
aka KRZIC, Valentina
1974/FEMALE
LISAK, Bozica1944/FEMALE
MARTINOVIC, Franjo1908/MALE
MILIC, Kristijan1969/MALE
MUNITIC, Damir1953/MALE
NARANCIC, Ljerka1922/FEMALE
OSMANOVIC, Almira1958/FEMALE
PASTOR, Kristof
aka PASTOR, Kriztof
1956/MALE
PETKOVIC, Vojislav1934/MALE
PLICANIC, Edina1977/FEMALE
POLJAK, Petar1937/MALE
PUCEVIC, Nenad1974/MALE
PUCKO, Mateja1964/FEMALE
PUK, Lovorka1974/FEMALE
PUKSEC, Ivica1965/MALE
RADAKOVIC, Tatjana1970/FEMALE
RISOVIC, AnamarijaUnknown/FEMALE
RISOVIC, Sanja1964/FEMALE
SENJANIN, Tomislav
aka SENJAN, Tomislav
1977/MALE
SMOLJAN, Milan1946/MALE
  SPORIS, Miran
aka SPORIS, Mirna
1973/MALE

 



ANNEX III

POPULATION STATISTICS FOR THE MUNICIPALITIES OF THE SAO KRAJINA AND THE MUNICIPALITIES OF BOSANSKI NOVI, BOSANSKI GRADISKA, PRNJAVOR AND SIPOVO IN THE ARK IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA ACCORDING TO THE CENSUS OF 1991


I. SAO Krajina
1. BENKOVAC

Total: 33,378
Croats: 13,553
Muslims: 25
Serbs: 18,986

Population of the local communities from the neighbouring municipality of Zadar that joined the municipality of Benkovac:

Total: 5,249
Croats: 3,127
Muslims: 0
Serbs: 1,992

2. KNIN

Total: 42,954
Croats: 3,886
Muslims: 31
Serbs: 37,888

Population of the local communities from the neighbouring municipalities of Sinj, Sibenik and Drnis that joined the municipality of Knin:

Total: 8,976
Croats: 1,497
Muslims: 2
Serbs: 7,303

3. OBROVAC

Total: 11,557
Croats: 3,761
Muslims: 15
Serbs: 7,572

4. GRACAC

Total: 10,434
Croats: 1,697
Muslims: 9
Serbs: 8,371

Population of the local communities from the neighbouring municipality of Gospic that joined the municipality of Gracac:

Total: 3,477
Croats: 353
Muslims: 8
Serbs: 2,939

5. DONJI LAPAC

Total: 8,054
Croats: 44
Muslims: 22
Serbs: 7,854

6. KORENICA (TITOVA KORENICA)

Total: 11,393
Croats: 1,996
Muslims: 93
Serbs: 8,585

Population of the local communities from the neighbouring municipalities of Otocac and Ogulin that joined the municipality of Korenica:

Total: 11,252
Croats: 1,517
Muslims: 6
Serbs: 9,326

7. SLUNJ

Total: 18,962
Croats: 12,091
Muslims: 509
Serbs: 5,540

8. VOJNIC

Total: 8,236
Croats: 116
Muslims: 436
Serbs: 7,366

Population of the local communities from the neighbouring municipalities of Karlovac and Duga Resa that joined the municipality of Vojnic:

Total: 5,745
Croats: 1,228
Muslims: 12
Serbs: 4,221

9. VRGINMOST

Total: 16, 599
Croats: 4,043
Muslims: 123
Serbs: 11,729

10. GLINA

Total: 23,040
Croats: 8,041
Muslims: 62
Serbs: 13,975

11. DVOR NA UNI

Total: 14,555
Croats: 1,395
Muslims: 31
Serbs: 12,591

12. KOSTAJNICA (HRVATSKA KOSTAJNICA)

Total: 14,851
Croats: 4,295
Muslims: 119
Serbs: 9,343

Population of the local communities from the neighbouring municipality of Sisak that joined the municipality of Kostajnica:

Total: 2,439
Croats: 181
Muslims: 5
Serbs: 2,099

13. PETRINJA

Total: 35,565
Croats: 15,790
Muslims: 424
Serbs: 15,969

TOTAL POPULATION IN THE SAO KRAJINA

Total: 286,716
Croats: 78,611 27,42 %
Muslims: 1,932 0,67 %
Serbs: 193,649 67,54 %

II. MUNICIPALITIES OF AUTONOMOUS REGION OF KRAJINA (ARK), BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA, CENSUS FIGURES FROM 1991
1. BOSANSKI GRADISKA

Total: 59,974
Croats: 3,417 5,7 %
Muslims: 15,851 26,43 %
Serbs: 35,753 59,61 %

2. BOSANSKI NOVI

Total: 41,665
Croats: 403 0,97 %
Muslims: 14,040 33,7 %
Serbs: 25,101 60,24 %

3. PRNJAVOR

Total: 47,055
Croats: 1,721 3,7 %
Muslims: 7,143 15,18 %
Serbs: 33,508 71,21 %

4. SIPOVO

Total: 15,579
Croats: 31 0,2 %
Muslims: 2,965 19,03 %
Serbs: 12,333 79,16 %

III. VILLAGES IN PARAGRAPHS 26 TO 36 OF THE INDICTMENT
a. Dubica: Total: 2,062, Croats: 1,042
b. Gornji Cerovljani: Total: 247, Croats: 210
c. Bacin: Total: 414, Croats: 393
d. Saborsko: Total: 267, Croats: 222
e. Poljanak: Total: 160, Croats: 145
f. Lipovaca: Total: 267, Croats: 222
g. Skabrnje: Total 1,953, Croats: 1909
h. Nadin: Total: 666, Croats: 650
i. Bruska: Total: 373, Croats: 334
j. Kremna: Total: 1,155, Croats: 9, Muslims: 1, Serbs: 1,093
k. Lisnja: Total: 1,847, Croats: 1, Muslims: 1,720, Serbs: 98

 


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