The document has 212 pages in total. Anyone can obtain public U.N. documents simply by calling U.N. at (212) 963-4475 and providing them with document ID number. Id numbers for here presented document are A/48/299 and S/26261.
Dated August 6, 1993
MEMORANDUM ON WAR CRIMES AND CRIMES OF GENOCIDE AGAINST THE SERBIAN PEOPLE IN THE AREA OF FORMER COMMUNE OF ODZAK BY USTASHI-FUNDAMENTALIST PARAMILITARY FORMATIONS AND MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL GUARD OF THE REPUBLIC OF CROATIA
Submitted by: State commission for war crimes
and the crime of genocide
Samac, May 21, 1993
EXCERPTS... (From pages 1 - 23):
This memorandum presents data collected and checked to date about the war crimes and crimes of genocide against the Serbian people in the area of the former commune of Odzak committed by members of Ustashi-fundamentalist paramilitary formations and members of the National Guard of the Republic of Croatia in the period from May 8 to July 15, 1992.
The commune of Odzak is situated in the central part of Bosanska Posavina. It covers an area of 205 sq.km. which accounts for 0.40% of the territory of Bosnia-Herzegovina.
According to the 1991 census the commune of Odzak had 30,651 inhabitants or 149.5 inhabitants per sq.km. The population comprised 16,598 i.e. 54.15% Croats, 6,084 or 19.85% Serbs, 6,229 or 20.32% Moslems, 1,133 Yugoslavs or 3.7%, with rest accounting for 607 or 1.98%.
Preparations to do away with the Serbs and provocations designed to impose war on the Serbs in this part of Bosanska Posavina (Sava river valley) had started much earlier, especially in 1990, at the time of the establishment of the Croatian Democratic Union (CDU) as the national political party of the Croats, formed after the fashion of the Croatian Democratic Union in Croatia proper, the founder of which is Franjo Tudjman. The Croatian Democratic Union in B&H and in Bosanska Posavina was in terms of programme and methods of practical day to day politics wholly subordinated to the central leadership of the CDU in Zagreb and to Franjo Tudjman in person. The basic plank of the programme and policy of that party is anti-Yugoslavism, anti-Serbianism, and the clerico-fascist tradition of the Ustashi movement of Ante Starcevic, Josip Frank and Ante Pavelic, the Ustashi head (Poglavnik) of the so-called Independent State of Croatia in WWII. Initially this platform of theirs was hidden behind their alleged struggle against Communism as an undemocratic system with, as a propaganda ploy, the Serbs being declared the greatest obstacle to that struggle...
Commune of Odzak, in WWII was the staunchest bastion of Ustashiism and fascism. It was precisely here, in the Odzak area, that the units of the Yugoslav army ended their liberating operations in WWII, where an 11,000-strong group of Ustashi and Homeguardsmen (Domobran) fanatics put up a resistance from April 14 to May 25, 1945, namely 16 days after the official termination of WWII.
Dyed-in-the-wool Ustashi, true to their ancestors, members of the CDU in the area of the commune of Odzak started publicly threatening and psychologically intimidating the local Serbs already in 1990. Provocations and harassment of Serbs in the villages in the commune of Odzak started immediately after the establishment of the national parties of the Croats and Moslems and their promotions at various events and rallies.
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"Fake wedding motorcades passed through the village many times. Protruding from the passing column of cars were aggressive fingers showing a V for victory, or hands indicating the motions of throat slitting so as to openly threaten the people, checkered (Ustashi) flags were waved, and all kinds of abuse and threats were shouted from them. Ustashi slogans and Ustashi symbols were drawn on the village road. Rallying cries and symbols with the same meaning and message were written and drawn on traffic signs and on fences around Serbian houses. This was done mainly at night in order to intimidate the Serbs. The initiatives of the Serbs from Donja Dubica with the communal assembly in Odzak aimed at peace, and requesting that the authorities deal with these practices had no result whatsoever".
...Provocations, intimidations and threats continued. Serb villagers were harassed by abusive phone calls, showered by curses and threats and Ustashi music in addition.
Parallel with these and similar pressures on the Serbs, which occurred every day, actions of another kind were undertaken. There is no doubt whatsoever that everything was organized in conjunction with the party leadership of the CDU and the state leadership of the Republic of Croatia. Violence in the night bars, at village crossroads and in Serbian villages in the Odzak commune region were designed to spark off and fan tension and psychosis of war with the chief task of the CDU fanatics, among whom pre-war hooligans and criminals were the ringleaders, being to ensure that the war from Croatia spill over to Bosnia as quickly as possible - for the Moslem potential, with which a political alliance had already been struck, to be mobilized on an anti-Serbian basis, for conditions to be created for portions of B&H territory to be occupied by the National Guard of the Republic of Croatia, and for the Serbian people to be completely cut off from the mainstream...
The preparations for the aggressive war against the Serbian people, the establishment of Ustashi - fundamentalist paramilitary formations, their arming and in particular the associated collusion between the authorities in the commune of Odzak and the authorities in the Republic of Croatia are best attested to by the documents published on their activities by the communal committee of the CDU in Odzak headed by Mijo Matanovic and the chairman of the "crisis headquarters" of the commune of Odzak Stipe Ivanovic. The later was also mayor of Odzak.
The U.N. document is accompanied with many documents of correspondence between the two authorities. It also has many special permissions to local (Odzak, B&H) CDU officials to visit Croatia in order to obtain arms and ammo. Also, there are documents that beg Croatian government to let military experts (that came from Croatia to train local Croats and Moslems) - to let them stay longer in the area, etc.
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... Serb villagers did everything in their power to avoid the daily provocations of Ustashi-fundamentalist extremists, while their representatives talked to the communal authorities to try and preserve peace. However, they did not succeed. The provocations of Ustashi and fundamentalist extremists escalated at the end of March and the beginning of April 1992...
... the Serbian population was also worried because it knew that members of the National Guard of the Republic of Croatia were crossing the Sava river by boat from the Republic of Croatia. It became evident that the Serbs in the area of the commune of Odzak were definitely surrounded from all sides by Ustashi & fundamentalist paramilitary formations and regular troops of Croatia.
There were Ustashi barricades on almost all the roads....
The intention to save at least some of the Serbian innocents - women and children - succeeded inasmuch as some women and children from Trnjak and Donja Dubica were pulled out trough the Serbian hamlet of Struke on April 18, 1992.
The grenades which in the evening of April 18 showered Donja Dubica added to the mounting fear and tention among the Serbian civilians. On the following day, Rajko Djuric, called "Truman", a Serb parlamentarian from Donja Dubica and organizer of the evacuation of the civilian population, went to Struke, a Serbian hamlet of the village of Prud. He wanted to see whether it would be possible to take the remaining women and children out of the Ustashi encirclement. He arrived at Struke by car with Boro Rakic, Stevo Goranovic and Rajko Bozic, but they were ambushed by Ustashi from Prud and members of the National Guard of the Republic of Croatia. On that occasion Rajko Djuric was killed, Rajko Bozic severely wounded and captured, while Stevo Goranovic and Boro Rakic, who were slightly wounded managed to escape and bring the news of this Ustashi crime to Donja Dubica.
The killed Rajko Djuric was buried on April 20. On the same day Milan Rakic, president of the crisis Headquarters of the local (Serbian) community of Novi Grad, went to Prud for negotiations related to Djuric's killing. He was accompanied by Bogdan Dragojlovic and his wife Mileva, Tomislav Krsic and Pero Vladic. None of the five of them came back that day. They were thaught to have been captured or killed. Only after the commune of Odzak was liberated by the army of the Republic of Srpska did we learn that this group of negotiators had been kidnapped in Prud and taken to the territory of the Republic of Croatia. According to the words of Mileva Dragojlovic, immediately after they were driven to Croatia, on April 20, Tomislav (Rajko) Krsic (born 1962) and Pero (Mirko) Vladic (1970) were taken out of the car and several moments later two shots were heard, some fifty meters from the car. Krsic and Vladic were never heard of again...
After everything that transpired the remaining population of Donja Dubica mustered and found various ways to get to Novi Grad. They clambered onto tractors, trailers, lorries and passenger cars where they also loaded what precious possessions they could. In Novi Grad the Serbs organized a defense. They would not allow themselves to be again the victims of genocide like the one committed on December 7 and 8, 1944 in the Serb villages of the commune of Odzak, when Pavelic's Ustashi hordes slaughtered every living soul in sight in Trnjak and Donja Dubica. 713 men, women and children lost their lives then only because they were Serbs.
On the line of defense of Novi Grad the defenders withstood Ustashi pressures until May 8, 1992. The supremacy of the Ustashi forces was evident. Grenades were fired on Novi Grad every day from the territory of the Republic of Croatia from the village of Jaruge as well as from the surrounding Croatian villages in the commune of Odzak. The village suffered much destruction from the artillery and villagers suffered heavy casualties. On May 7, 1992, the defenders of Novi Grad were informed that an agreement had been made with the Ustashi according to which they should surrender their weapons to the Ustashi after which all Serbian population including the defenders of Novi Grad would be evacuated over the Bosna river to the village of Milosevac on free Serbian territory. Many of the defenders doubted that the Ustashi would observe this agreement but the orders of the Chrisis Headquarters from Novi Grad were nevertheless carried out.
The weapons were surrendered in the compound of the "Ratar" enterprise, located between Novi Grad and Posavska Mahala. Previously, a line have been made of tractors with trailers, trucks and passenger vehicles. All of them were loaded with more valuable household effects, food and clothing. The line was surrounded by large number of Croatian army and police troops. It moved slowly toward Odzak. The Ustashi soldiers and police searched the column group by group. In the process they hit people, especially younger men... The column was very long. It started from Novi Grad on May 8 at 3pm and arrived at Odzak about midnight. Namely, it took it nine hours to cover only eight kilometers, the distance between Novi Grad and Odzak. It was a real ordeal. All the vehicles carrying their cargo, i.e. the movable property of the Serbian civilians comprising this long column, were packed at the Odzak cattle market. The people were then driven into busses after having been searched again. They were taken to the elementary school in Odzak where the citizens of Odzak had already formed a gauntlet the Serbs were forced to run on arrival. They struck the Serbs on their heads and kicked them with their feet. After this humiliating ordeal the Serbs were taken to the gym of the elementary school. The school was crammed full. The Ustashi started making some sort of a register of the prisoners. According to that first register there were 728 persons (160 from Donja Dubica and others were Serbs from Novi Grad).
Thus, on May 8, 1992, the Serbs from the area of the commune of Odzak, instead on free territory, found themselves in Ustashi concentration camps. They were deceived and taken hostage and thrown into the most horrendous prisons one can imagine... the camps had evidently been set in advance.There were two camps for Serbs in Odzak. One was in the already mentioned gym of the elementary school and the other in the "Strolit" enterprise. Men were imprisoned in these camps while women were held in rooms on the top floor of the elementary school...
After the army of the Republic of Serbska liberated the area of Odzak, the Ustashi, who were retreating, deported the remaining inmates from Odzak to camps in Bosanski Brod... ...After Bosanski Brod was liberated,... all inmates were taken to Slavonski Brod (Croatia) and then deported to Ustashi camps in Orasje and Donja Mahala. Some of them were exchanged for captured Ustashi combatants in various intervals, and others remained struggling for survival in the inhumane camp conditions. Many of them are still in Ustashi camps in the Republic of Croatia, in Orasje and Donja Mahala and many have left their bones in these awful camps after horrible torture.
PART TWO of the U.N. Document.
Note that here presented U.N. documentation talks about events from May 1992, only days after new "Independent Bosnia" was declared by the United States of America. The ethnic cleansing, rape and torture of the Serbs started right away! To this day [January 2004] there is no word from the Western "democratic" media of just who started all of the horror in Bosnia.
EXCERPTS... (pages 23 to 32):
The suffering of Serb civilians
from the commune of Odzak
interned in the concentration camps
in Odzak, Bosanski Brod, Slavonski Brod and Orasje
The golgotha of the Serbs in Ustashi concentration camps in Odzak, Bosanski Brod, Slavonski Brod, Orasje and Donja Mahala began on May 8, 1992 and continues to date (August 1993). It is hard to describe in one place everything that happened in those places of torture of the Serbs and even harder to make a synthesis of the documents and testimonies about the orgies of Ustashi criminals. In brief, in these camps, Serbs were the victims of various crimes at the hands of the Ustashi, the aim of which was the psychological, physical and biological annihilation of the Serb entity in the region of Bosanska Posavina. Methods were employed characteristic only of fascism and racism, methods after which any idea of any possible joint life with even the farthest removed kin of the Ustashi monsters was ruled out altogether.
While the inmates were being tortured in camps, their property was being looted. Everything the Serbs had brought with them and left on the cattle market in Odzak was plundered and driven away to the Republic of Croatia...
The horrors the Serbs went through in Ustashi camps testify to unseen brutality. Following is a systematization of the crimes committed only on the basis of facts collected and established so far:
1) The accommodations in camps were such that they did not provide even a minimum of living space for so many people. In the camp in the elementary school in Odzak, for instance, there were 0.4 square meters of space per inmate where he stayed all day and night. The camp premises were stuffy. In Bosanski Brod, in a camp located in a storehouse of building materials the inmates stayed all day and night under the eaves, exposed to rain, strong sunshine, insects, rodents, drafts, cement dust and other pollutants.
2) Sanitary conditions were below the bare minimum. The inmates had no change of clothes for several weeks and some even longer. They could take no baths except be given them as a form of maltreatment. Frequently they were prohibited from using the toilet which forced them to use pails which they found themselves in the compound. These pails sometimes remained there for days giving off a foul stench and the Ustashi criminals called it a stink characteristic of "Serbo-Chetniks".
3) The inmates were tortured by hunger and thirst, ... They were often given food whose shelf life had expired and, to quench their thirst, polluted water full of sand, due to which many inmates got ill, especially of enterocolitis and dysentery...
4) The inmates had to greet every camp officer and other "officers" of the Croatian army or members of the Ustashi - fundamentalist paramilitary formations with the Ustashi greeting "Ready for the Homeland!". They forced inmates to sing Ustashi songs for nights on end, standing on their feet and they had to write these songs and learn them by heart...
5) Bathing was organized for the inmates in the yard of the camp only to humiliate and torture them. The naked inmates were made to go out of the camp premises and a fire engine was waiting for them in the yard. In a column, one by one they had to stand in front of the engine and they were hosed down by cold water under strong pressure. Many of the inmates, exhausted by torture and hunger would fall down under the impact. There were many sick inmates for whom bathing in cold water spelled danger, especially in the described cruel manner. The Ustashi often took out women together with the men for such and similar "baths".
6) In the camps the Ustashi organized what are known as camp weddings. The first "wedding night" was accompanied by guitar music played by an inmate. Under the direction of the Ustashi criminals the "bride and the bridegroom", who were chosen from among the ranks of the prisoners, had to be as incongruent as possible physically, in age, height, educational background and similar. At gunpoint they had to engage in sexual intercourse in front of the Ustashi. Dragomir Nesic from Novi Grad was subjected to this form of criminal humiliation. The woman who was forced to be the "bride" in this criminal Ustashi orgy lost her mind afterwards.
7) The crimes of rape of Serbian women, girls and children were horrific. Such crimes were committed on a mass scale in Novi Grad, Bosanski Brod and some Croatian villages of the Odzak commune. The forcing of the inmates to sexual and other forms of perversions and sado-masohistic abuse of Serbian women was real hell, on which there are numerous and irrefragable testimonies.
8) Threatened by weapons the inmates were forced to beat one another and slap one another in the face... For (Ustashi) a particular source of pleasure was to roll-call entire Serbian families and force them to beat each other unconscious... ...A specific form of torture was the forcing of inmates to line up, take a running start one by one and collide head-on with the wall or the school backboard. They had to do that until blood started spurting from their broken heads.
9) The inmates were forced to dig trenches in front fighting lines in the areas of the communes of Bosanski Brod and Orasje for the needs of the regular army of the Republic of Croatia and for paramilitary Ustashi-fundamentalist formations. Many lost their lifes or were severely wounded during such forced labor.
They were also forced to do following:
· to climb out of the trenches during actual fighting and shout abuse and curses at members of the Army of the Republic of Srpska
· to pull out, from the line of fire, during artillery shelling, killed fighters of the Army of the Republic of Srpska and to watch their dead bodies massacred
· to pull out of line of fire, also in the thick of fighting, wounded and killed Ustashi.
10) The most imployed form from a multitude of forms of systematic annihilation of Serbs in the camps, was endless and brutal battery, to which many succumbered. The beatings took place every day, and as a rule, lasted at least until the beaten inmate fainted. The beaten inmates would be returned to the camp premises bloodstained, swollen, black and blue from the hitting, with smashed heads, broken limbs and ribs, ruptured kidneys and chests, mutilated and totally exhausted.
To these brutalities we should also add the individual acts of the Ustashi which make one's hair stand on end:
· forcing inmates to lick their own blood or the blood of their co-sufferers from the floor of the premises in which they were beaten or from the ground
· firing from weapons above the heads of the inmates
· pointing an empty pistol or gun at their temples and pulling the trigger, in order to frighten them, and putting the barrels of firearms in their mouths with the same purpose
· forcing the inmates to lick clean the muddy boots of their Ustashi torturers
· playing with a knife around the throat, eyes and ears of the inmates, carving the Ustashi symbol "U" on their chests, backs and foreheads with a knife, deliberately stabbing and scarring with a knife the palm and backs of inmates, threatening that their genitals would be cut off, setting dogs on naked and beaten inmates, biting off the ears of a a previously battered inmate which the Ustashi did with their own teeth
· hanging inmates on hooks in meat curing sheds to be "cured", while the Ustashi sat in the yard and caroused
· tying up inmates' testicles by wire and then hitting the testicles with a hard object, with the inmates being gagged so that the terrible wails of the tortured would not be heard
· ... ... ...
· drilling of the inmates' heads with a power drill
· throwing victims into wells
· killing elderly, sick and infirm victims by stoning
· raping a mother in front of her 16 years old son
· killing an inmate for having informed the International Red Cross team that the Ustashi were hiding women and girls in camp
· ... ... ...
· pushing truncheons up a woman's vagina and anus after she had been raped by 40 (forty) Ustashas
· slitting the throats of inmates completely debilitated and weary from permanent torture
· ... ... ...
· forcing inmates to confess to crimes they never committed in front of foreign TV companies.
The Ustashi in the camps continuously engaged in these acts of brutality, as a rule with even more passion after the camp had been toured by representatives of the International Red Cross....
The inmates who survived have given shocking testimonies of the horrific dimensions of the crimes committed.
The Croatian population in the area, themselves frightened at the scale, brutality and methods the regular army of the Republic of Croatia and Ustashi-fundamentalist paramilitary formations employed in the committing these crimes in Bosanska Posavina and the commune of Odzak, and fearful at the same time that the army of the Republic of Srpska might possibly retaliate for the crimes committed - left this area en masse and crossed to the territory of the Republic of Croatia. This was however, used by the European Community and the "architects" of the New World Order to accuse the Serbs in the former B&H of ethnic cleansing (of) the Croatian population...
The shocking testimonies of the physically and mentally destroyed Serbs, devastated by the unparalleled brutality of torture at the hands of Croatian fascists and Islamic fundamentalists, are a grave warning to European peace-makers. The warning is that after these ordeals, even if only those in Bosanska Posavina are taken into account, the Serbs will not take anymore the kind of political and military pressure that has been brought to bear on them from Europe and the world should at long last clearly see, on the basis of what have been presented, that genocide had been planned and executed over the Serbs. As shown, the Serbs were victims of concentration death camps of the Ustashi and the fundamentalists which were in no respect second to the concentration camps of their models - Pavelic's Independent State of Croatia and Hitler's Germany.
And indeed, the figures themselves testify to this. According to the data collected and available so far the Serbian population in the area of Odzak lost 102 people in the 1991 war. By May 10, 1993, 758 Serb civilians and prisoners of war, monstrously tortured in Ustashi concentration camps had been exchanged: See annex 2, 3, 4, ....
Here is where our retyping ends. We only got to page 32, in the document which is 212 pages long... Witness accounts were presented in the document - at length. To read them is devastating...
The chapters that follow have titles:
DESTRUCTION OF THE CULTURAL HERITAGE OF THE SERBIAN PEOPLE, OF CULTURAL - HISTORICAL MONUMENTS AND PLACES OF WORSHIP IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF ODZAK
MASS DESTRUCTION OF SERB VILLAGES, PLUNDERING OF SERB PROPERTY AND USTASHI CRIMES
This chapter contains... a long list of documents: Ustashi correspondence, detailed statements (names, places, retold events) of the survived Serbian civilians (20+ pages), lists of killed Serbs, missing Serbs (all from the commune of Odzak), men, women... young and old.
1. Killed before the war started - 5 Serbs
2. Killed while defending the Serb village of Novi Grad - 9 Serbs
3. Killed at the village of Novi Grad during Ustashi occupation - 5 Serbs
KILLED IN CAMPS:
- a) "Stolit" of Odzak - 3 Serbs
- b) Odzak Elementary School - 4 Serbs
- c) Novi Grad Elementary School - 1 Serb
- d) Bosanski Brod - 17 Serbs
- e) Orasje and Donja Mahala - 9 Serbs
- f) At Gornji Svilar-Kadar - 6 Serbs
- g) Gnionica - 7 Serbs
- h) Josava - 9 Serbs
- i) Jezero - 6 Serbs
Then there is the list, and essential information on the perpetrators of the atrocities (to follow),... the exchange lists,...
What really touch us was the list of persons who died AFTER the exchange as a result of camp terror. Freedom came too late for these poor souls.
We'll retype this list in its entirety:
1. Mirko Dragic, from Donja Dubica, died on October 30th, 1992
2. Radivoje (Mirko) Dragic, from Donja Dubica
3. Stevo Maric, from Donja Dubica, died on April 26th, 1993
4. Ljubo Bozic, died on November 4th, 1992, at Maglaj
5. Stanko Milosevic, from Josava, nervous breakdown in camp, died upon being released
6. Mitar (Savo) Sisljagic, from N.Grad, tortured at the camp, died upon being released
On page 114 starts the list of interned civilians. This list contains quite old people like:
- Ostoja Kovacevic, born 1910 from Novi Grad (#63 on the list)
- Branko (Mile) Djakovic, born in 1912, Novi Grad (#37 on the list)
- Ljubomir (Djoko) Bogdanovic, born in 1913, Novi Grad (#48)
- Predo (Tomo) Slijepcevic, born 1915, Donja Dubica
- Rade (Risto) Bogdanovic, born 1918, Novi Grad
- Branko (Petar) Vidovic, 1919, Donja Dubica
- Vid (Jovo) Nedic, 1919, Novi Grad
Of course, much more numerous is the list of those people who were born in 1920's and 1930's. All of these people clearly remember the first wave of Ustashi atrocities from the time of Hitler. In early 1990's these same people, the unslaughtered survivors, were exposed to some of the same atrocities - thanks to George Bush, Clinton and the gang that rules America.
And there are still lots of those empty heads who say that history of 50 years ago does not matter.
EXCERPTS... (Starting on page 143):
ESSENTIAL INFORMATION ON THOSE RESPONSIBLE FOR WAR CRIMES AND THE CRIME OF GENOCIDE AGAINST THE SERB PEOPLE ON THE TERRITORY OF ODZAK COMMUNE AND ON THE PERPETRETORS OF THOSE CRIMES IN 1992 AND 1993
[The list given is in alphabetical order. We are giving a very short excerpt here.]
1) Ahmetovic Fadil [Our comment: Muslim name], son of Samsa, born on July 26, 1937 in Odzak.
· tortured and abused interned Serbs in Ustashi camps of Odzak beating them daily. Among his victims was Slobodan Ilic"ic from Donja Dubica - Trnjak (aged 40)
2) Ahmetovic Ibrahim (Oc: Muslim name), born August 8, 1958 in Odzak.
· guard in Ustashi camp in Odzak
· daily beated and molested physically and phychologically the interned Serbs
· viciously beat up inmate Rade Tomanovic from Modrica who later passed away from the consequences,
· his victims included Simo (Dragutin) Lesic and Ljubo (Andrija) Sisljagic
· according to the testimony of inmate Mirko (Svetozar) Goranovic of Donja Dubica (aged 37) given on February 17, 1993, he would randomly select a dozen inmates in the camp in the Odzak Elementary School, beat them, threaten to sever their genitals, hit their heads against the wall, point an unloaded pistol against inmates' forehead and fire, force them to sing Ustashi songs...
6) Andraca Marko [Our comment: Croat name], son of Ilija, born Jan. 27, 1965...
· company commander in the Ustashi police in Novi Grad
· beat inmates in Ustashi concentration camps,
· raped minor females of Serb nationality
... ... ... ... ...
220) Pero Vincetic [Our comment: Croat name] from Donja Mahala
· Head of Ustashi MP in Orasje
· Person in charge of issuing orders for beatings and (himself) the perpetrator of beatings in the Ustashi camps of Orasje
· Through the hands of (Serb) Vujadin Cecevac, inmate from Donja Dubica, placed on a board he pounded screw-drivers and then pulled them out by shaking them to and fro
· Forbid Vujadin Cecevac to shave and then set his beard on fire
· DRILLED Vujadin Cecevac's HEAD WITH A DRILLING MACHINE
· Responsible for killing of Branko Goranovic, slaughtered at the Orasje camp after brutal torture...
· ... took inmates Vujadin Goranovic (age 30), Dragan Jelic 28, Mihajlo Sisljagic 26, from the camp in unknown direction after which they disappeared...
· He ordered that the ears of the inmates from Vukovar be threaded with wire and that heavy boards be hanged thereon...
· ... responsible for the death of Ostoja Ninkovic, Vida Pavic (a woman), Stojan Lesic, Cedo Milojevic, Miloje Milojevic, Slobodan Bijelic...
The last one:
Number 223) Pero Zorica [Our comment: Croat name]
· participated in preparation of war against the Serbs..., for establishment of the Ustashi concentration camps and the interment of Serbs from commune of Odzak in those camps
Odzaci, after all (THANKS TO DAYTON "NEGOTIATION") was GIVEN to Croats and Muslims. It was NOT lost by the Serbs on the battlefield. Not lost even as NATO mercilessly bombed the Bosnian Serbs during Dayton "negotiations". It was signed off in Dayton by Slobodan Milosevic who was declared a good guy - only for that purpose. Mr. Milosevic, as legally elected President of Serbia had NO legal right to sign of portions of Bosnia.
July 4, 2013: Border police have arrested former Bosnian Croat fighter Josip Tolic, who is suspected of abusing Serb civilians detained in Odzak and Bosanski Brod during wartime.
Female Terror In Odzak: