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16 Mar 12 / 14:00:30 TV Justice Magazine

Episode 26: Life of the convicted war criminals - What after a long-term prison sentence?

Justice Report

The February  issue of TV Justice magazine brings an overview of the most important trials held before the War Crimes Chamber of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina during January.

After serving prison sentences, the lives of individuals sentenced for war crimes change completely. Many are rejected by the society and are often without work or any support.

JUSTICE TV crew visited Miroslav Kvocka and Zeljko Mejakic, both convicted of war crimes committed in detention camp Omarska, near Prijedor. While Mejakic is still in prison, Kvocka continues his life in the countryside, on the edge of existence.

Guest in this month's edition of TV JUSTICE is attorney Miroslav Stojanovic.

Also find out  what people of Kiseljak think about war crimes trials held at the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina

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