SARAJEVO, January 24 (FENA) - The State Court confirmed the indictment against Miroslav Pjano, known as Miro, a former member of the police reserve of the Public Security Station (SJB) Foča, for crimes against humanity committed in the territory of this municipality in 1992.
According to the indictment published by the Prosecutor's Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina on its website, Pjano is accused of participating in murders, imprisonment, inhumane treatment, torture and causing severe physical and psychological suffering to captured civilians, as well as the forced relocation of several Bosniak civilians in the villages of Potpeće, Saš and Bijele Vode, Detektor reports.
According to one of the five counts of the indictment, Pjano is accused of participating in the imprisonment and forced relocation of ten and the murder of six Bosniak civilians at the end of August 1992 in the village of Potpeće, together with other members of the Army of Republika Srpska (VRS).
He was also accused, among other things, of participating in the imprisonment, inhumane treatment and forced relocation of civilians in the village of Saš in May 1992 as a reserve policeman and at the same time as a guide of a group of about ten members of the army and police.
The indictment against Pjano, who is a citizen of BiH and Serbia, was filed at the end of last year.
Earlier, the Prosecution pointed out that it will prove the allegations of the indictment against Pjana by calling 53 witnesses and submitting more than 300 material pieces of evidence.
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