Stojić, Bruno

Bruno StojicIn 1990, Bruno Stojić was named as an Assistant Minister of the Interior in the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH). He later became a member of the party’s Crisis Staff and then acting officer in charge of Logistical Support at the Croatian Army’s Forward Command Post. Stojić was then named head of the HVO’s (Croatian Defence Council) defense department. In 1993 he became head of the Croatian Republic of Herceg-Bosna’s Office for the Production and Sales of Weapons and Military Equipment.

Bruno Stojić was indicted on 4 March 2004 with Jadranko Prlić, Slobodan Praljak, Milivoj Petković, Valentin Ćorić and Berislav Pušić. All six of the accused have been charged on the basis of their individual criminal responsibility and of their superior criminal responsibility with nine counts of crimes against humanity, eight counts of violations of the laws or customs of war and eight counts of grave breaches of the Geneva Conventions. The alleged crimes took place in areas in the south-eastern BiH. All six pleaded not guilty during their first appearance on 6 April 2004.

The trial against Prlić, Stojić, Praljak, Petković, Ćorić and Pušić (Prlić et al.) began on 26 April 2006.

The Prosecution completed its case on 24 January 2008. The Defense case commenced on 5 May 2008 and officially closed on 17 May 2010.

The closing arguments took place between 7 February and 2 March 2011.
On 1 April 2011 the Prosecution filed its public redacted version of the final brief.

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