Vesti 18.03.2011 (Translation by Dara Kishic)
SARAJEVO - The former deputy commander of a special unit of the Ministry of Interior of the Republic of BiH, Zoran Čegar said that criminals in Sarajevo during the war, raped girls and maltreated them, and threw them into the street and said that they were killed by Serbian snipers.
"We've got our own war criminals. Around town they were killing people, regardless of nationality ... They woulld enter apartments and kill entire families just to get the apartment”, said Cegar, adding that its a bigger crime than the one in Dobrovoljacka Street.
Čegar repeated that a crime realy was comitted in Dobrovoljacka Street, and that he had told that to authorities involved in the investigation - both foreign and domestic.
"People can say whatever they want, but I am the first eywitness at that spot. Killing a man at close range and spill his brains out on the jeep, thats inconceivable to me... What I saw was a war crime, and this is what I have said to authorities involved in the investigation, both domestic and forreign," said Cegar to Bosnian media.
He said that responsible for these crimes are those who armed those hordes, but were not able to keep them under control.
"The first shots were fired by those who were armed. If that was "Green berets", "Patriotic League," or whatever name they went by, I dont know. All I know is that they were not members of MUP, which was the ONLY regular military police unit," said Cegar.
He pointed out that those who should know, very well knows who committed that crime, and expressed belief that the investigation of Dobrovoljacka might not be launched because someone does not care to hav it resolved.
"If they cared, it would have been resolved long time ago," he added.
Cegar claims that six persons were killed in Dobrovoljacka Street and that the slaughter would be worse with lots more dead if it wasnt for him.
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