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07 Dec 10 / 05:56:44

Episode 05: Justice Still Pending for Tarcin War Crimes

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In this episode we bring an overview of the most important trials conducted before the War Crimes Chamber of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina in April. In the second part of the magazine you can watch a report about "Silos" in Tarcin, near Sarajevo, in which Serbs were detained during the course of the war.

Although 15 years have passed, nobody has yet stood trial for crimes committed in the building.

We spoke to Nives Kanevcev, Chief Cantonal Prosecutor, about processing of crimes committed in the Sarajevo area and the work of the Sarajevo Cantonal Prosecution.

At the end of the magazine you can hear what Visegrad citizens think about the work of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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TV Justice Magazine is a monthly show about war crime trials in Bosnia and Herzegovina in the front of the State court War Crimes Chamber. TV Justice is part of the Justice Report, a specialist reporting agency focusing on war crimes trials taking place before local courts, development of the local legal system and efforts to come to terms with the past. You can read our reports, listen Radio Justice and watch TV Justice online at www.bim.ba and Balkan Insight Video.

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