Picture of Cruelty and Sadism in Bosnia from Serbian Soldier
Another picture of cruelty and sadism Serbia during the Bosnian war - is revealed, after the trial of war crimes cases.
The former commander of Serbia Predrag Kujundzic soldiers convicted of crimes against humanity - including murder and rape - by the Bosnian war crimes court on Friday (30/10) and was sentenced to 22 years prison sentence.
The judge - Maksumic Saban said that the court found Kujundzic (48 years) has been guilty of "conduct and forcing sexual slavery, rape, deprivation of physical freedom, the persecution of civil society and non-Serbs to inhumane acts."
Kujundzic is the commander of the Bosnian Serb army units, also known as Predini Vukovi (Predo wolf) with operations in approximately the northern city of Doboj during the war that took place in the year 1992-95.
"As commander of the army unit Predo Wolves, he participated in the inhumane actions of Bosnian citizens of 50 people (Bosnian Muslim) and Croatian Civil detained unlawfully and used as human shields during military operations and 17 were killed," said the judge .
Judge Maksumic said that Kujundzic had gone to the house of a woman in June 1992, with a fully armed and accompanied by five members of his unit. He raped the girl who was underage and inciting other soldiers to rape the mother of the girl.
"After raping the girl, Kujundzic then told him that today's girls will obey all that he was asking of these girls, if not, he would kill his mother and sister," said the judge.
Kujundzic also ordered the little girl to wear a necklace with a pendant cross and the Serbian army camouflage uniforms. Kujundzic force he wore a red beret and changed the name into the name of Serbian Muslims without parents' consent, the judge said Maksumic.
But the judge freed Kujundzic of separate charges relating to the inhumane treatment of prisoners in detention camps.
Bosnian war crimes court was established in 2005 aims to ease the burden on the war crimes tribunal for the UN's war crimes in the territory of former Yugoslavia used to Bosnia.
In a separate trial Bosnian Serb war leader Radovan Karadzic in The Hague opened this week, with prosecutors accusing him of leading a campaign of genocide against Bosnian Muslims during the Bosnian war.