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Bosanska Jagodina massacre

The Bosanska Jagodina Massacre refers to the execution of 17 Bosniak civilians from Višegrad on 26 May 1992, all of which were men.[1][2][3] This war crime was most probably carried out by paramilitary forces "Avengers" led by Milan Lukić, under the control of the Army of Republika Srpska.[4] In 2006 the remains of the murdered men were found in a mass grave in Crncicima near Bosanska Jagodina. According to the Commission for missing persons in Bosnia and Herzegovina the following were executed that day : Bajro Murtić, Ismail Račić, Hidaet Račić, Mirsad Veletovac, Kemal Maluhić, Sead Šuško, Midhat Kasapović, Abdulah Veletovac, Ahmet Kadrić, Esad Tabaković, Bajro Beširević, Mehmed Džagadurov, Hamed Zukić, and one person with the surname Kasapović from the village Žagre near Višegrad.[5]

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References

  1. ^ First Report on the War Crimes in the Former Yugoslavia (“Submission of Information to the United Nations Security Council in Accordance With Paragraph 5 of Resolution 771 (1992), September 22, 1992″ ) www.idc.org.ba/documents/report1.html
  2. ^ http://www.ess.uwe.ac.uk/documents/sdrpt1.htm
  3. ^ http://www.unhchr.ch/Huridocda/Huridoca.nsf/0/c0a6cfd5274508fd802567900036da9a?Opendocument
  4. ^ First Report on the War Crimes in the Former Yugoslavia (“Submission of Information to the United Nations Security Council in Accordance With Paragraph 5 of Resolution 771 (1992), September 22, 1992″ )www.idc.org.ba/documents/report1.html; See also: Masakr u Bosanskoj Jagodini počinili "Osvetnici" Milana Lukića,Al.B, Dnevni Avaz, 17.03.2006
  5. ^ Masakr u Bosanskoj Jagodini počinili "Osvetnici" Milana Lukića,Al.B, Dnevni Avaz, 17.03.2006

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