According to the Croatian weekly magazine Slobodni tjednik of 22 January 1992, Tihomir Orešković, commander of the Croatian army in Gospić, was arrested in December 1991 – apparently in connection with the killings in Gospić – but was shortly afterwards released
The OSCE singled out Croatia’s Chief State Prosecutor for praise for establishing that a significant number of past investigations and indictments had been based on insufficient evidence, and ordering a review of around 1,800 pending cases with the proviso that proceedings should be dropped if allegations were not supported by evidence.
In 1998, the Croatian government pledged in April from the ICTY to protect Milan Levar as a potential witness to war crimes, since he testified in The Hague in 1997. Milan Levar’s security was to be personally monitored by Željko Sačić, Assistant Minister of the Interior for Criminal Police. In both published police documents, the […]
Mrežu oko Andreja Plenkovića i Marina Mrčele ovaj put su ispleli Ivo Josipović, Krunislav Olujić, Čedo Prodanović i Branimir Glavaš. Potonji, rehabilitirani ratni zločinac, tipično idbaški, proglasio je Mrčelu udbašem.