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BANJALUKA, October 11 /SRNA/ - Speaker of the Republika Srpska National Assembly, Nedeljko Cubrilovic, is of the opinion that an indictment against Atif Dudakovic and another 16 members and commanders of the Fifth Corps of the so-called BiH Army should have been filed much earlier as there is plenty of evidence, testimonies and video recordings on the horrific crimes they committed against innocent Serb civilians, but also against the soldiers who surrendered or were captured.


He has welcomed today's decision of the Prosecutor's Office of BiH to issue an indictment against Dudakovic and another 16 members and commanders of the Fifth Corps of the so-called BiH Army, who are charged with crimes against humanity in the past war in BiH, pointing out that there is a lot of evidence for this.

"The mere fact that the indictees are charged with the murder of more than 300 Serbs, most of whom were civilians and elderly, as well as soldiers who surrendered or were captured, speaks of the atrocities committed by members of the Bosniak military formations directly ordered by Dudakovic. We expect the justice to be finally satisfied and that the competent judicial institutions of BiH charge the indictees for crimes according to the law," Cubrilovic told SRNA.

He has recalled that yesterday, October 10, marked 22 years since the expulsion of 27,000 residents of Sanski Most and the crimes committed by the so-called BiH Army under the command of Dudakovic in that town.

"It was a crime against innocent people. Many who failed to escape were killed then," said Cubrilovic.

He says Dudakovic and his comrades must be held responsible for all the victims and crimes they committed in the past war.

"Their military campaigns were leaving burned houses, killed elders and other civilians behind. They were leaving individual and mass graves behind. Although the evidence is inexorable, we have been waiting for justice for more than 20 years, which is local judiciary’s defeat. I only hope that this indictment will not end with minimum charges, such as many others against Bosniak commanders for crimes against Serbs, but that the victims will ultimately receive judicial satisfaction at least," said Cubrilovic.

The BiH Prosecutor's Office has issued an indictment today against Dudakovic and another 16 commanders and members of the Fifth Corps of the so-called BiH Army for crimes committed against Serb civilians and prisoners of war in the Krajina region.

The indictees are charged with crimes against humanity involving the killing of more than 300 Serbs, persecution and abuse of civilians and prisoners of war, as well as the destruction of 38 orthodox churches and religious facilities, the Prosecutor’s Office has announced.

The accused are Atif Dudakovic, Ekrem Dedic, Sanel Sabic, Ibrahim Siljedic AKA Siljo, Safet Salihagic, Adis Zjakic, Hasan Ruznic, Redzep Zlojic, Samir Solakovic, Fatmir Muratovic, Muharem Alesevic, Husein Balagic, Ale Hodzic AKA Pumparica, Edin Domazet, Ejub Kozenjic AKA Ejko and Sesirdzija, Ibrahim Nadarevic and Said Mujic. /end/vos