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Summary: Milan Paripovic and Mile Pavkovic, former members of a Serb paramilitary group, were acquitted of war crimes. They were cleared of physically and mentally abusing one civilian in Vukovar and Mirkovci in February 1992.

Milan Paripovic and Mile Pavkovic

Summary: Milan Paripovic and Mile Pavkovic, former members of a Serb paramilitary group, were acquitted of war crimes. They were cleared of physically and mentally abusing one civilian in Vukovar and Mirkovci in February 1992.

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Mirko Zarkovic

  • CRIME LOCATION:

    Benkovac, Croatia

  • COURT:

    Croatia, County Court of Split, Supreme Court of Croatia

  • DATES OF PROCEEDINGS:

    Unknown until June 12, 2019

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Rade Bolic

  • CRIME LOCATION:

    Podvozic, Croatia

  • COURT:

    Croatia, Supreme Court of Croatia, County Court of Rijeka

  • DATES OF PROCEEDINGS:

    Unknown until November 07, 2019

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Dragan Kovacic and Nikola Stakor

  • CRIME LOCATION:

    Karlovac, Croatia

  • COURT:

    Croatia, Supreme Court of Croatia, County Court of Rijeka

  • DATES OF PROCEEDINGS:

    Unknown until December 03, 2019

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Pero Jekic

  • CRIME LOCATION:

    Petrinja, Croatia

  • COURT:

    Croatia, Supreme Court of Croatia, County Court of Zagreb

  • DATES OF PROCEEDINGS:

    Unknown until January 28, 2020

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Stevan Budac

  • CRIME LOCATION:

    Batina, Croatia

  • COURT:

    Croatia, Supreme Court of Croatia, County Court of Osijek

  • DATES OF PROCEEDINGS:

    Unknown until March 05, 2020

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Branko Dmitrovic, Slobodan Borojevic, Milinko Janjetovic, Momcilo Kovacevic, Stevo Radunovic, Veljko Radunovic, Dragica Pekic, Marin Krivosic and Stevan Dodos

  • CRIME LOCATION:

    Bacin, Croatia

  • COURT:

    Croatia, Supreme Court of Croatia, County Court of Rijeka, County Court of Sisak

  • DATES OF PROCEEDINGS:

    Unknown until September 25, 2019

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