Police Arrests 8 Srebrenica Massacre Suspects in Serbia
The police arrested eight men suspected of involving in the 1995 Srebrenica massacre which considered bloodiest killing of people after the World War II, on Wednesday, Prosecutors told media while addressing pressing conference.
It is said to be that these eight suspects were accused of brutally killings of 8,000 Muslims people. It seems that arrests represented the prosecution beyond high-level officials and commander’s extending.
So many people already have found guilty by the international tribunal at The Hague, charged with genocide in relation to the Srebrenica brutal killing and following arrests it said to be that case will be heard first time in Serbia.
The men arrested by police officers in many locations across Serbia as they accused by the prosecutors of slaughter over 9,990 Bosnians at a warehouse in Kravica that situated close to Srebrenica– a name that has become a byword in modern European history for genocide.
The case was the first linked to people openly involved in the murders, Serbian deputy war crimes prosecutor, Mr. Bruno Vekaric told in statement.
It also said in reports, arresting suspects is believe to be huge initiative following war crimes courts in Serbia and Bosnian authorities have been co-operating for over three years.
Warlord Ratko Mladic who considered masterminded the massacre and had taken into custody in 2011, moved to an international criminal court in The Hague-Netherlands. On Wednesday, the security forces detained which believed to be by Serbia that initiative to bring to justice the suspects who all were part of Srebrenica slaughter twenty years ago that July.
Officials explained tribunal in The Hague has put on trial numerous low-ranking Bosnian-Serbs in association with the murders. These new suspects are possibly to be tried in Serbia but never at The Hague as tribunal will almost immediately close.