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Ratni zločin u Grabovici – presude
War crime in Grabovica – verdicts

Contributor(s): Edvin Kanka Ćudić (Editor)
Subject(s): Criminal Law, International Law, Law and Transitional Justice, Civil Society, Military history, Studies in violence and power, Transformation Period (1990 - 2010), Peace and Conflict Studies, Court case
Published by: Udruženje za društvena istraživanja i komunikacije (UDIK)
Keywords: The Grabovica massacre; War crimes; 1992-1995; Crimes against civil society; Operation Neretva '93;
Summary/Abstract: The Grabovica massacre refers to the murders of 33 ethnic Croat inhabitants of the village of Grabovica located between Jablanica and Mostar by members of the Army of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The massacre occurred during Operation Neretva '93, which aimed to conquer HVO-controlled areas from Bugojno to Mostar. The victims included 17 women and one child. The youngest victim was Mladenka Zadro, a four-year-old girl, and the oldest, 87-year-old Marko Marić. This publication includes three convictions for war crimes committed in the village of Grabovica, issued by the Cantonal Courts in Mostar and Sarajevo, and the Supreme Court of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina. They were sentenced Enes Šakrak, Haris Rajkić, Mustafa Hota, Nihad Vlahovljak, and Sead Karagić from nine to thirteen years in prison.

  • E-ISBN-13: 978-9926-8205-6-5
  • Page Count: 90
  • Publication Year: 2019
  • Language: Bosnian