SO WE KNOW: Štrpci, February 27, 1993
18 years ago, on February 27, 1993, 19 civilians (18 Muslims and one Croat) were abducted from a train 671 going from Belgrade to Bar.
The Republic of Srpska Army, under the command of Milan lukić, killed Nijaz Ličina, Fehim Baki, Rifat Husović, sixteen-year-old Sead Dečević, Ismet Babačić, Halil Zupčević, Adem Alomerović, Rasim Ćorić, Fikret Memetović, Fevzi Zeković, Nijazim Kajević, Muhedin Hanić, Safet Preljević, Džafer Topuzović, Jusuf Rastoder, Zvezdan Zulčić, Tomo Buzov, and nineteen-year-old Esad Kapetanović.
Mortal remains, which were identified in a DNA analysis to belong to Halil Zupčević, were found on the bank of lake Perućac, in the village of Sjedača, located some 30 km from Srebrenica. Last summer, after the inspection of Lake Perućac, mortal remains of Rasim Ćorić from Prijepolje and Jusuf Rasoder from Berane were identified.
ICTY rendered a first instance judgment convicting Milan Lukić for crimes committed in Višegrad, but not for the crime committed in Štrpci.