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FHP-ZV-004 FUND: Court files from trials of members of the paramilitary unit known as the „YELLOW WASPS“ for crimes against civilians in Zvornik

PERIOD: 2005-2006.

PRIMARY SOURCE: War Crimes Chamber of Belgrade District Court,  Republic of Serbia.

VOLUME AND MEDIUM: 8 archival boxes.

CONTENT: The fund contains documents from the trials of members of the paramilitary unit known as „Yellow Wasps“, who committed crimes against civilians in Zvornik in breach of  International Law during  time of war and in breach of the Geneva Convention.
The fund contains transcripts of audio recordings made at the main hearing.

ORGANIZATION SYSTEM: Chronologically by date.

The fund is expected to expand.

LANGUAGE: Serbian.

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FHP-SC-005 FUND: Court files from trials of members of the “Scorpions” paramilitary unit for crimes against civilians in Srebrenica

PERIOD: 2003-2006.

PRIMARY SOURCE: Zagreb County Court (Croatia), War Crimes Chamber of  the District Court in Belgrade (Serbia), Department for Fight Against Organized Crime, Ministry of the Interior (Serbia).

VOLUME AND MEDIUM: 2 archival boxes.

CONTENT: The fund contains documents from the trials of member of the paramilitary formation known as the “Scorpions”, who killed 6 Muslim prisoners during the war in the then Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina, in the place called Gordinjske bare near Trnovo, in breach of the provisions of International Law, and in breach of the Geneva Convention Relative to the Protection of Civilian Persons in Time of War. Hence, they committed a criminal act of war  against a civilian population. The fund contains court documents (indictments, verdicts, records from the main hearing, transcripts of audio recordings of the main hearing) from two separate trials: the trial of Slobodan Divković before the Zagreb County Court (Croatia) and the trial of Slobodan Medić, Pera Petrašević, Aleksandar Medić, Aleksandar Vukov and Branislav Medić before the  War Crimes Chamber of  the District Court in Belgrade (Serbia).

ORGANIZATION SYSTEM: Chronologically, by date.

The fund is not expected to expand.

LANGUAGE: Serbian, Croatian.

LIST OF CONTENTS:

Box no. 1

•  Slobodan Davidović Case – Zagreb County Court,  Republic of Croatia,
September 8th,  2005 – December 16th, 2005.
•  Slobodan Medić et al Case – court documents –  War Crimes Chamber of the District Court in Belgrade , Republic of Serbia, December 20th, 2005 – March 15th, 2006.
• Photos of members of the “Scorpions” unit.

Box no. 2

•  Slobodan Medić et al Case – court documents –  War Crimes Chamber of the District Court in Belgrade, Republic of Serbia, April 11th, 2006 – July 5th, 2006.

Box no. 3

• Slobodan Medić et al Case – court documents –  War Crimes Chamber of the District Court in Belgrade,  Republic of Serbia, photos, report by the Military History Institute in Belgrade, verdict.

February 22nd, 2006 – September 17th, 2007

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FHP-ST-009 FUND: Court documents from trial of soldiers of the Republic of Srpska Army for the abduction and murder of civilians from the train in Štrpci

PERIOD: 1993 -1997

PRIMARY SOURCE: District Court in Belgrade (Serbia), Higher Court in Bijelo Polje (Montenegro), Commission of the Government of Montenegro for Collection of Information about Abduction of Passengers from  Train 671 in Štrpci, various newspapers

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VOLUME AND MEDIUM: 2 archival boxes

CONTENTS: The fund contains documents from the separate trials of Milan Lukić and Nebojša Ranisavljević, members of a paramilitary formation which, during the armed conflict in Bosnia and Herzegovina, attacked a train of the Yugoslav Railways in the village of Štrpci, from which, in violation of international humanitarian law, they abducted civilians, whom they executed, thus committing a war crime against the civilian population

ORGANIZATION SYSTEM: Chronologically, by date

The fund is not expected to grow

LANGUAGE: Serbian

LIST OF CONTENTS:

Box no. 1

• Case of Milan Lukić – criminal complaint, examination records, verdict, decision on dismissal of the Defence Counsel’s appeal – District Court in Belgrade, the Supreme Court of Serbia
• Slučaj Ranisavljević – court documents (investigation order, records from the main trial, witness examination records, appeals, verdicts) – Higher Court in Bijelo Polje (Republic of Montenegro)

Box no. 2

• Strictly confidential material of the ŽTP
• Documents of the Commission for the Collection of Information about the Abduction of Passengers on Train 671 in Štrpci, established by the Parliament of Montenegro
• Various memoranda relating to the abduction of passengers
• Petitions for help and various memoranda by family members of the kidnapped (1993 – 1996)
• Newspaper articles – deportation of refugees, Case of Milan Lukić, abductions
• Powers of attorney
• Miscellaneous

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FHP-LR-006 FUND: Court documents, from trials of members of Military Police of the Croatian Army for Crimes Committed in the Military Prison

PERIOD: 2002-2006.

PRIMARY SOURCE: Office of the County Prosecutor in Split, County Court in Split, Republic of Croatia.

VOLUME AND MEDIUM: 1 archival box.

CONTENT: The fund contains court documents from trials of members of the Croatian Army Military Police in the „Lora“ Military Prison who, in violation of the Geneva Convention relative to the Protection of Civilian Persons in  Time of War, committed a war crime against the civilian population. The fund contains the indictment and acquittal from 2002, and minutes from the main hearing  and the new judgment rendered during the repeated trial in 2005 and 2006.

ORGANIZATION SYSTEM: Chronologically, by date.

The fund is expected to expand.

LANGUAGE: Croatian. 

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FHP-PR-011 FUND: Police repression in Serbia and Kosovo SUBFUND: FHP-PR-011-1 Otpor

PERIOD: 1992 – 2000.

PRIMARY SOURCE: Humanitarian Law Center, District Court in Belgrade (Serbia), Municipal Court in Pirot (Serbia), District Court in Kragujevac (Serbia), various medical institutions, attorneys’ offices.

VOLUME AND MEDIUM: 2 archival boxes.

CONTENT: The Fund contains various documents, mostly from the courts, such as criminal complaints, judgments, decisions, testimonies of victims of police repression, and medical documents and other evidence relating to these cases.

ORGANIZATION SYSTEM:

The Fund is not expected to expand.

LANGUAGE: Serbian

LIST OF CONTENTS:
Box no. 1

Cases:

Jovan Dimitrijević
Željko Zorić
Dejan Stojanović
Oliver Ilijev
The Čačak City Dump Case
Ante Čirjak
Radomir Janićijević
Zoran Petković and Žikica Ivanović
Slavoljub Milićević, Slavoljub Ristić and Milan Raičević
Ružica Mihailović
Milica Petković
Vukoje Đorđo
Željko Gojko
Dragan Đorđević
Dragoslav Decić
Igor Nikolić
Slobodan Antić
The Plav Football Game
Zoran Matić
Dobrivoje Đošev
Goran Marinković
Lambros Hudeludis
Borivoje Mikić
Marko Bulatović
Predrag Janeš
Nemanja Jović
Miroslav Ponjavić
Miloš Stojanović
Viktor Šekularac
Nenad Radisavljević, Slaviša Nikolić, Miloš Jević, Marko Nikolić, BratislavVeljković
Nikola Popović, DraganDinkić, DragoslavRakić
Branko Eraković, Dejan Minić, Miroslav Ujfaluši
Aleksandar Đorđević
Igor Milićević
Vladan Stanković
Dragan Tadić
Nenad Ilić
Srđan Milivojević
Žarko Malinović
People’s  Resistance  Movement
Miladin Mihailović, Žarko Mijajlović
Bojan Đorđević
Bratislav Stamenković
Nenad Danilović, Gorčilo Potpara, Dejan Radulović, Milorad Babić, Goran Kuzmanović, Ljubomir Brandušanović, Radovan Kulić
Aleksandar Višnjić
Vladimir Pavlov
Srđan Miletaški
Dušan Kocić, Sava Kaljević, Aleksandar Gole, Igor Paunović
Ivica Vukadinović

Željko Golubović

Nebojša Stojanović

Dragoslav Jovanović

Mališa Zdravkovićet al.

Kristina Mađari

Bogoljub Arsenijević Maki

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FHP-KF-017 FUND: Humanitarian Law Center Organized Conferences

PERIOD: 1996 – 2006.

PRIMARY SOURCE: Humanitarian Law Center.

VOLUME AND MEDIUM: 8 archival boxes.

CONTENT: International and regional conferences organized by the Humanitarian Law Center, conferences organized by other organizations in Serbia and abroad, roundtables, workshops, symposia, prize awarding ceremonies, summer schools, lists of participants.

ORGANIZATION SYSTEM: according to the topic and the content.

The fund is expected to expand.

LANGUAGE: Serbian, Albanian, and English.

LIST OF CONTENTS:

Box no. 1

• “Justice in Cataclysm”: criminal tribunals in the wake of mass violence, Duke University School of Law, July 1996.
• Conference on War Crimes Trials, Humanitarian Law Center, Belgrade, November 1998.
• International roundtable – “Difficult Reconciliation”, Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Vogošća, February 2001.
• Seminar -“Roma  Participation in Europe”, The Finnish Committee for European Security, Helsinki, October 2001.
• “Women Activists across the Borders”, Transeuropéennes – Paris, Beograd, February 2002.
• International conference – “Developing New Policies of International Support – Lessons (Not) Learned in BIH”, Fund for an Open Society, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo, February 2002.
• International conference on the opening of secret police dossiers, Centre for Antiwar Action, Belgrade,  February 2002.
• Roundtable -“Bosniaks in Serbia “, Priboj, December 2002, presentation by Nataša Kandić.
• Conference – “Establishing the International Criminal Court”- International Criminal Law Network, Den Haag, December 2002.
• Workshop – “Reconciling for the future”, The Stability Pact for Eastern Europe, Salonika, April 2003.

Box no. 2

• Workshop: Law drafting and legislative process for  jurisdiction of government authorities in prosecuting persons guilty of war crimes, OSCE, May 2003.
• American Bar Association, Central European and Eurasian Law Initiative – Annual Report 2003 CEELI Award to Nataša Kandić.
• Settlement and guilt pleas – practice before the International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia and national judicial authorities, Sarajevo, December 2003.
• Preventing Genocide: Threats and Responsibilities, Stockholm International Forum 2004, Stockholm, January 2004.
• Report by International Commission on Missing Persons (ICMP).
• Regional seminar: “Documentation, Truth, Responsibility: Creating Conditions for Dealing With the Past in Former Yugoslavia”, Humanitarian Law Center, Vukovar, Croatia, February 2004.
• The One World International Human Rights Film Festival – Homo Homini award, Prague, April 2004.

Box no. 3

• International Summit on Democracy, Terrorism and Security, Madrid, March 2005.
• Conference: “ICTY Approaching Local Communities in Bosnia and Herzegovina – Work of ICTY Relating to the Crimes Committed in Srebrenica During the War ” , International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, Srebrenica, May 2005.
• Conference: “ICTY Approaching Local Communities in Bosnia and Herzegovina – Work of ICTY Relating to the Crimes Committed in Foča During the War ” , International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, Foča, October 2004.
• Ceremony of Giving Alexander Langer Award, Bolzano, Italy, June 2005.

Box no. 4

• Conference: “Conflicts: Prevention, Resolution, Reconciliation”, UNHCR, FORUM, Barcelona, June 2004.
• International seminar: “Crimes of War and Legal Legacy: Historical Background and Comparative Experiences”, Judicial Training Centre in Belgrade, Croatian Helsinki Committee, Human Rights Center of the University of Sarajevo, Dubrovnik, September 2004.
• Conference: “Future of Southeast Europe; BiH, RC and SaM and the Perspective of EU Integrations”, OSCE and the Igman Initiative, Zagreb, September 2004.
• Conference: “Truth-seeking and Documenting Mechanisms”, International Commission on Missing Persons, Jahorina, October 2004.
• Conference: “Lessons Learned from the Balkan Conflicts”, Boston College, Center for  Balkan Development, October 2004.
• OHCHR Workshop on Set of Principles to Combat Impunity, Geneva, November 2004.
• Conference: “ICTY Approaching Local Communities in Bosnia and Herzegovina – Work of ICTY Relating to the Crimes Committed in Konjic During the War ” , International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, Konjic, November 2004.
• International seminar: “Transitional Justice in Former Yugoslavia “, Belgrade/Zagreb, December 2004.
• Cornell International Law Journal Symposium 2005 – “Milosevic and Hussein on trial”, Ithaca, New York, February 2005.

Box no. 5

• Summer school: “New Perspective on Peace – International summer school on religion and public life” – International Forum Bosnia, Rusmir Mahmutćehajlić, Sarajevo.• Balkan Human Rights Network – Call for attending annual assembly.
• Maryanne Yerkes – ” Research conclusions and applications: what’s needed”; ” Major problems and objectives of the research”.
• War Crimes Trials Conference, Humanitarian Law Center, Belgrade, November 1998.
• Igman Initiative Regional Conference – “Future of Southeast Europe; BiH, RC, and SaM and the Perspective of EU integrations”, Zagreb, September 2004, invitation.
• Report prepared for the needs of the expert roundtable: “How to fight against hate speech and racially motivated violence”, Human Rights Centre, Zagreb, March 2004.
• Conference “Human Rights reporting and advocacy during the Kosovo crisis: lessons learned”, Harvard University, October 1999.
• “Seminar to Launch the Lund Recommendations” (Seminar on the application of Lund Recommendations), OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities, Vienna, May, 2000.
• Approved by Fifth Forum 2000 Conference, Forum 2000 Foundation, Prague, October 2001.
• A Concert for Peace and Reconciliation, Healing and Divide, September 2003, invitation.
• “War Crimes Trials – Meeting re Subject of Securing Evidence and Planning of Future Trainings”, OSCE Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, Belgrade, July 2003.
• Reports anent International Conference on Police Control, 1998.
• Human Rights in Swedish Foreign Policy, November 2003.
• Miscellaneous – invitations, lists of participants.

Box no. 6

• Nataša Kandić: “The ICTY and local NGOs – Co-operation for Reconciliation” , visit of International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, February 2004.
• Freedom House – Annual Report 2002.
• The Women’s Foreign Policy Group – Women’s Delegation on Kosovo, Open Society Institute Washington Office, June 1998.
• Conference: “Post-conflict strategies for truth, justice and coming to terms with the past in the region of the Former Yugoslavia”, Humanitarian Law Center, October 2004.
• “Regional Cooperation for Transitional Justice in the Western Balkans 2006-7”  -Research and Documentation Center , Sarajevo, BiH; Humanitarian Law Center, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro; Documenta, Zagreb, Croatia.
• Training: “Command responsibility in International and National Law”, Humanitarian Law Centre + (A proposal from the International Bar Association in collaboration with Humanitarian Law Centre to undertake the Training of Judges, Prosecutors, Defence Lawyers and Police Investigators in former Yugoslavia; Specialized Training Seminar in International Humanitarian Law, HLC, August 2001).

• “Establishing the truth in the aftermath of conflict: current initiatives and perspectives in the former Yugoslavia”, Humanitarian Law Center, Beograd; Research-Documentation Center and Documenta, Sarajevo; April 2006.
• Roundtable on “Echoes and Reactions” (a column in Politika Daily), December 2001.

Box no. 7

Roundtable – International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia – July 1st and 2nd, 1996.

• Prof. Dr. Budimir Košutić – Legitimacy of The Hague International Tribunal.
• Vladan Vasilijević – International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia: confirmation of values or undeveloped contemporary international order
• Radoslav Nedić – Relation of jurisdiction of local courts and international tribunals.
• Prof. Dr. Vojin Dimitrijević – International and domestic criminal justice: punishments for serious violations of international humanitarian law.
• Prof. Dr. Zoran Stojanović – Perspectives of the standing International Criminal Court.
• Dr. Konstantin Obradović – Perspectives of establishing the standing International Criminal Court.
• Ljubivoje Aćimović – From Ad Hoc Tribunal to standing International Criminal Court.
• Dr. Milan Bulajić – Policy or Law: International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, auxiliary body of the Security Council.
• Prof. Dr. Konstantin Obradović – About legal grounds for the decision to establish the Ad Hoc Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia
• Prof. Dr. Budimir Košutić – Standing International Criminal Court: Past and New Experiences.
• Prof. Dr. Zoran Stojanović – Legitimacy of Ad Hoc  Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia.
• Dr Milan Šahović – Annexe to the discussion about legal grounds for the establishment of Ad Hoc International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia.
• Prof. Dr. Stevan Đorđević – International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia – some critical views.
• Miscellaneous.

Box no. 8

• Conference: “Fate of Serbs, Montenegrins, Roma, Bosniaks and Askalis Missing in Kosovo”, Humanitarian Law Center, Priština, November 2005.

 

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FHP-EX-014 FUND: Exhumations in Serbia and Kosovo

PERIOD: 1999 – 2005

PRIMARY SOURCES: Institute of Forensic Medicine of the Faculty of Medicine in Belgrade (Serbia), District Court in Belgrade and Municipal Court in Kuršumlija (Serbia), UNMIK, OMPF, ICMP, National Institute of Toxicology in Madrid (Spain), Institute of Forensic Medicine in Niš (Serbia), Coordination Centre of Serbia and Montenegro and the Republic of Serbia for Kosovo and Metohija (Serbia)

VOLUME AND MEDIUM: 2 archival boxes.

CONTENT: The Fund contains various documents pertinent to the exhumations in Batajnica and Petrovo Selo near Kladovo (Serbia) and several locations in Kosovo, such as archaeological reports on the transfer of bodies, forensic reports and death certificates, as well as other secondary documents of various international organizations.

ORGANIZATION SYSTEM: According to geographical principle,alphabetically, chronologically by date.

The Fund is expected to expand

LANGUAGE: Serbian, English

LIST OF CONTENTS:

Box no. 1

BATAJNICA

2001-2006
Minutes taken by the Institute of Forensic Medicine of the Faculty of Medicine in Belgrade, Republic of Serbia;
Reports by the National Toxicology Institute of Madrid, Spainl;
Records and reports byy the Institute of Forensic Medicine in Belgrade, the District Court in Belgrade and the Municipal Court in Kuršumlija, Republic of Serbia – in reference to the transfer of bodies;
Forensic reports – reports on forensic inspections by UNMIK, OMPF;
Death certificates–Institute of Forensic Medicine of the Faculty of Medicine in Belgrade, Republic of Serbia;
Reports by the International Commission on Missing Persons– archaeological reports on excavations made in Batajnica (June 20th – November 26th, 2002).

PETROVO SELO

2003-2005
Minutes taken by the Institute of Forensic Medicine in Niš, Republic of Serbia;
Minutes taken by the Serbia and Montenegro and the Republic of Serbia Coordination Centre for Kosovo and Metohija, Republic of Serbia;
Minutes taken at the District Court in Belgrade, the Republic of Serbia, on the transfer of identified mortal remains to the Coordination Centre for Kosovo and Metohija.

Box no. 2

Exhumations in Kosovo – lists of the kidnapped and missing, reports, photos;Excerpts from autopsy reports on missing persons of Serbian and Roma nationality in Kosovo and Metohija.

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FHP-DJ-021 FUND: Transcripts from the trial for the assassination of the Prime Minister of the Republic of Serbia, Dr. Zoran Đinđić

PERIOD: 2003-2006

PRIMARY SOURCE: District Court in Belgrade – Special Chamber for Organized Crime K. P.5/03.

VOLUME ANDMEDIUM: 7 archival boxes.

CONTENT: The Fund contains the indictment filed in 2003; statements given by the defendants, witness statements, statements given by insider witnesses, findings of the Federal Criminal Police Office of Germany, experts’ reports, newspaper articles, various press releases.

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ORGANIZATION SYSTEM: Chronologically by date.

The Fund is not expected to expand.

LANGUAGE: Serbian.

LIST OF CONTENTS:
Box no. 1
•    Trial for the assassination of Prime Minister Dr. ZoranĐinđić, held before the District Court in Belgrade;
Indictment from August 21st, 2003; Opening Session /retrial – December 22nd, 2003;
Reading of the indictment – December 23rd, 2003; Defendant Zvezdan Jovanović defence case – December 24th, 2003;
Reading out of statements given by  Defendant Zvezdan Jovanović – December 25th, 2003; Transcript of the audio recording – February 9th, 2004; main Hearing Session postponed – February 10th, 2004; Decision on separation of trials – February 17th, 2004; main Hearing Session postponed – February 11th, 2004; Report by expert Prof. Dr. Gordana Mišić Pavkov – February 18th, 2004; Defendant Saša Pejaković’s defence case – February 19th, 2004; Defendants Branislav Bezarević and Željko Tojaga’s defence cases – February 20th, 2004; Defendant Dušan Krsmanović’s defence case and reading of the statement – March 8th, 2004; reading of the statement given by Defendant Drušan Krsmanović  during the investigation – March 9th, 2004. A total of 14 items.

Box no. 2
•    District Court in Belgrade – transcripts of trials for the assassination of Prime Minister Dr. Zoran Đinđić:
Reading of the statement given by Defendant Dušan Krsmanović during the investigation – April 13th, 2004; Insider Witness ZoranVukojević – April 14th, 2004; Insider Witness Milandin Suvajdžić – April 15th, 2004; Insider Witness Miladin Suvajdžić April 16th, 2004; Insider witness Ljubiša Buha – April 19th, 2004; Insider witness Milan Veruović – April 20th, 2004; Insider Witness Aleksandar Bjelić  – April 21st, 2004; Insider Witness Dražen Nastić – April 21st, 2004; Witness Srđan Babić – April 22nd, 2004; Witness Jovan Đurić – April 22nd, 2004; Witness Srđan Drobnjak -April 22nd, 2004; Witness Dragan Lalić – April 23rd, 2004; Witness Boban Purić –  April 23rd, 2004; Witness Ljubiša Janošević – April 23rd, 2004; first appearance of Milorad Ulemek – June 14th, 2004; Defendant Miloran Ulemek’s defence case – June 15th, 2004; Defendant Milorad Ulemek’s defence case – June 16th, 2004; Defendant Miloran Ulemek’s defence case – June 17th, 2004.  A total of 21 items.

Box no. 3
•    District Court in Belgrade – transcripts from the trial for the assassination of Prime Minister Dr. Zoran Đinđić:
Defendant Milorad Ulemek’s defence case – July 12th, 2004; Defendant Milorad Ulemek’s defence case – July 13th, 2004; Defendant Milorad Ulemek’s defence case July 14th, 2004; Defendant Milorad Ulemek’s defence case – September 6th, 2004; Witness NenadcKoprivica – September 8th, 2004; Witness BiljanacRodić  – September 9th, 2004; Witness BiljanacRodić  – September 9th, 2004; Witness JelenacRužičić – September 9th, 2004; Witness MelanijacNikolić  September 9th, 2004ccc; Witness  BrankocBugarski – September 9th, 2004; WitnesscDamirRistić – September 9th, 2004; WitnesscGorancNešković –  September 10th, 2004; WitnesscNenadcŠare – September 13th, 2004; Witness Lazo Nikić–September 13th, 2004; Witness Vukašin Vukašinović – September 13th, 2004; Witness Goran Ilić – September 14th, 2004; Witness Rade Stevanović – September 14th, 2004; Witness Dragan Zlatanović – September 14th, 2004; Witness Ljubinko Jaćović – September 15th, 2004; Witness Drago Ćerketa-September 15th, 2004; Witness Rade Pecikoza – September 15th, 2004. A total of 21 items.

Box no. 4
•    District Court in Belgrade – transcripts of the trial; Witness Zoran Petrović – November 1st, 2004; Witness Zoran Trajković – November 1st, 2004; Witness Dragoljub Mićićelović- November 2nd, 2004; Witness Slaviša Stanojević – November 3rd, 2004; Witness Milan Nikolić – November 3rd, 2004; Witness Đorđe Ivanić – November 4th, 2004; Witness Željko Ignjatović – November 4th, 2004; Witness Slobodan Ergarac -November 5th, 2004; Witness PredragJovankić – November 5th, 2004; Witness Nebojša Milovanović – November 5th, 2004; Witness Predrag Ninić – November 8th, 2004; Witness Nikola Šepa -November 8th, 2004; Witness Stevo Vukša – November 8th, 2004; main Hearing Session  postponed – November 9th, 2004; Witness Veselin Lečić – November 10th, 2004; Witness Veselin Lečić – November 11th, 2004; transcript of the audio recording – November 12th, 2004; Witness Igor Milivojević- November 20th, 2004; Witness Vera Branković – November 21st, 2004; Witness Gordana Živković – November 21st, 2004; Witness Dalibor Marjanović – December 21st, 2004; Witness Milan Bojić – December 22nd, 2004; Witness Ivan Popović -December 22nd, 2004; Witness Dejan Glišić- December 23rd, 2004; Witness Vlajko Vujadinović – December 23rd, 2004; Witness Nevenka Simić – December 24th, 2004; Witness Rodoljub Milović – December 27th, 2004; Witness Zoran Mijatović – December 28th, 2004. A total of 28 items.

Box no. 5
•    District Court in Belgrade – transcripts from the trial for the assassination of Prime Minister Dr. Zoran Đinđić:
Witness Siniša Glišić – 2005; Witness Miroslav Gavrić – January 13th, 2005; Defendant Dejan Milenković’s defence case – January 14th, 2005; Defendant Dejan Milenković’s defence case – March 9th, 2005; witness Milorad Bracanović – March 10th, 2005; main Hearing Session postponed – March 11th, 2005; Witness Zoran Janjušević – March 14th, 2005; Witness Dejan Mihajlov – March 15th, 2005; Witness Dušan Mihajlović – March 15th, 2005; Witness Dušan Mihajlović – April 4th, 2005; Witness Biljana Stanković – April 5th, 2005; Witness Maja Vasić – April 5th, 2005; Witness Miladin Veruović – April 5th, 2005; Witness Zoran Vukojević – April 6th, 2005; Insider Witness Miladin Suvajdžić – April 6th, 2005; Witness Čedomir Jovanović – April 11th, 2005; Witness Čedomir Jovanović -April 12th, 2005; Witness Vladimir Popović – April 13th, 2005; main Hearing Session postponed – April 14th, 2005. A total of 19 items.

Box no. 6
•    District Court in Belgrade – transcripts from the trial for the assassination of Prime Minister Dr. Zoran Đinđić:
Witness Vladimir Popović- May 16th, 2005; Witness Vladimir Popović – May 17th, 2005; Witness Radoslav Mijailović – May 18th, 2005; Witness Goran Petrović – May 18th, 2005; Witness Goran Petrović – May 18th, 2005; Witness Kujo Kriještorac – May 19th, 2005; Court Experts Prof. Dr. Dušan Dunjić and Engineer Milan Kunjadić – May 20th, 2005; Court Experts Prof. Dr. Dušan Dunjić and EngineerMilan Kunjadić  –  June 13th, 2005; Court Experts Prof. Dr. Dušan Dunjić and Engineer Milan Kunjadić – June 14th, 2005; Court Experts Prof. Dr. Dušan Dunjić and Engineer Milan Kunjadić – June 15th, 2005; Findings of the Federal Criminal Police Office of Germany – June 16th, 2005; Findings of the  Federal Criminal Police Office of Germany – June 16th, 2005; Findings of the  Federal Criminal Police Office of Germany– June 17th, 2005; Court Experts Engineer Milutin Višnjić and Engineer Stoja Kostić – July 11th, 2005; Court Expert Zoran Đorđević – July 12th, 2005; Court Expert Marija Đurić and Nataša Milivojević – June 13th, 2005; written evidence – June 19th, 2005. A total of 16 items.

Box no. 7
•    District Court in Belgrade – transcripts from the trial for the assassination of Prime Minister Dr. Zoran Đinđić:
written evidence – November 9th, 2005; written evidence – November 10th, 2005; written evidence – November 21st, 2005; Expert Slobodan Nešković and written evidence – November 22nd, 2005; experts from the Serbian Ministry of the Interior – December 12th, 2005; experts from the Serbian Ministry of the Interior – December 13th, 2005; experts from the Serbian Ministry of the Interior – December 21st, 2005; experts from the  Serbian Ministry of the Interior – December 22nd, 2005; main Hearing Session postponed – January 16th, 2006; written evidence – January 17th, 2006; MUP report on expertise conducted – July 17th, 2003; Court documents – January 23rd, 2006; Report in English language – May 23rd, 2005; decision without a date; newspaper article without a date; newspaper article – December 3rd, 2005; newspaper article – December 9th, 2005; newspaper article – December 8th, 2005; Memorandum  December 21st, 2005; Press release – November 9th, 2005; Press release  – November 15th, 2005; overview of the cases KR 5/3 and 3/04 without a date.
A total of 22 items.

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