List of people indicted in the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia

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This is a list of people indicted in the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia along with their ethnic origin, rank or occupation, details of charges against them and the disposition of their cases. The list includes those whose indictments were withdrawn by the ICTY.

Dražen Erdemović, a Bosnian Croat fighting in the Bosnian Serb contingent, and Franko Simatović, an ethnic Croat and high-ranking official of the Yugoslav State Security Service, are the only indictees on this list who crossed either religious and/or ethnic lines. Biljana Plavšić is the sole female ICTY indictee.

Overview[edit]

In total 300 were indicted by ICTY.[1] Since the arrest of Goran Hadžić on 20 July 2011, there are no indictees remaining at large.[2] As of 17 September 2013, 132 cases have been completed and 29 have remained uncompleted.[3]

The ICTY has 4 cases undergoing trial as of April 2015: Goran Hadžić, Radovan Karadžić, Ratko Mladić and Vojislav Šešelj.[3] and 25 cases on appeal.[3] 13 defendants were transferred to other courts,[3] with 11 being convicted, one of them, Rahim Ademi, acquitted, and another, Vladimir Kovačević, was ruled mentally unfit to stand trial in 2004.

The list contains 161 names. 94 of them are Serbs, 29 are Croats, 9 are Albanians, 9 are Bosniaks, 2 are Macedonians and 2 are Montenegrins. The others are of unknown ethnicity or their charges have been withdrawn.

List of indictees[edit]

Status Name Ethnicity
Former rank or occupation
Indictment Verdict
Transferred to national courts Rahim Ademi Kosovo Albanian, Croat Army general Operation Medak Pocket Transferred to Croatia on 1 November 2005. Acquitted of all charges by the Zagreb District Court.[4]
Died before trial complete Mehmed Alagić Bosniak, commander of 7th corps, Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina "Mujahadeen" actions in Central Bosnia Died on 7 March 2003 during provisional release.[5]
Sentenced by ICTY Zlatko Aleksovski Bosnian Croat, prison commander War crimes in the Lašva Valley against Bosniak civilians Sentenced to 7 years' imprisonment on 9 February 2000; released after one year.[6]
Died before trial complete Stipo Alilović Bosnian Croat, soldier Lašva Valley massacres against Bosniak civilians Died before transfer to the Tribunal.[7]
Sentenced by ICTY Milan Babić Croatian Serb, prime minister of Republika Srpska Krajina For his part in ethnic cleansing in Croatia Sentenced to 13 years' imprisonment on 18 July 2005.[8] He was found dead in his prison cell in The Hague in March 2006, an apparent suicide.
Indictment withdrawn Mirko Babić     Indictment withdrawn on 8 May 1998.[9]
Sentenced by ICTY Haradin Bala Kosovo Albanian, Kosovo Liberation Army prison camp guard Direct participation in killings of Serb civilians in the Berisha mountainsideWar crimes regarding illegal imprisonment, cruel treatment, inhumane acts, and murder at the Lapušnik prison camp.[10][11][12] Sentenced to 13 years' imprisonment on 27 September 2007.[13]
Acquitted Idriz Balaj Kosovo Albanian, Kosovo Liberation Army special unit commander Murder, rape and persecution of Serbs in western Kosovo Found not guilty and released on 3 April 2008. Partial re-trial ordered on 21 July 2010.[14] Acquitted on 29 November 2012.[15]
Indictment withdrawn Nenad Banović     Indictment withdrawn on 10 April 2002.[9]
Sentenced by ICTY Predrag Banović Bosnian Serb, prison guard Keraterm camp Sentenced to 8 years' imprisonment on 28 October 2003, Banović was granted early release on 3 September 2008.[16]
Sentenced by ICTY Ljubiša Beara Bosnian Serb, colonel of Military Police Srebrenica massacre; also war crimes in Žepa Sentenced to life imprisonment.[17]
Sentenced by ICTY Vidoje Blagojević Bosnian Serb, Bosnian Serb Army officer Srebrenica massacre Sentenced to 15 years' imprisonment on 9 May 2007.[18] On 3 February 2012, Blagojević was granted early release, effective 22 December 2012.
Sentenced by ICTY Tihomir Blaškić Bosnian Croat, Croat Army general Persecution of Bosniak Muslims [clarification needed] Sentenced to 9 years' imprisonment on 29 July 2004.[19] Initially sentenced in 2000 to 45 years imprisonment, his sentence was reduced on appeal.
Died before trial complete Janko Bobetko Croat, Croat Army chief of staff Indicted for command authority of Operation Medak Pocket Died before transfer to the Tribunal.[20]
Sentenced by ICTY Ljubomir Borovčanin Bosnian Serb, Commander of the Republika Srpska Ministry of Interior Special Police Srebrenica massacre Sentenced to 17 years on 10 June 2010.[17]
Died before trial complete Goran Borovnica Serb, soldier Persecution, inhumane acts and murder of non-Serb Bosnians around Prijedor Died before transfer to the Tribunal.[21]
Acquitted Ljube Boškoski Macedonian, interior minister of Macedonia Ljuboten attack Acquitted on 19 May 2010.[22]
Acquitted after retrial Lahi Brahimaj Kosovo Albanian, member of the Kosovo Liberation Army For his role in harassment, abuse, expelling, capture, imprisonment, murder, and torture of Serbian and Romany Egyptian civilians from the villages surrounding the Glodjane region Sentenced to six years' imprisonment. Partial re-trial ordered on 21 July 2010.[14] Acquitted on 29 November 2012.[15]
Sentenced by ICTY Miroslav Bralo Bosnian Croat, HVO military policeman For his role in the multiple murder, rape, torture, unlawful confinement and inhumane treatment of Bosnian Muslim civilians, including a number of children, in central Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) between January and mid-July 1993 Sentenced to 20 years' imprisonment on 2 April 2007.[23]
Sentenced by ICTY Radoslav Brđanin Bosnian Serb, president of the crisis staff of the Autonomous Region of Krajina Indicted in connection with deportations, murders, torture, and persecution in the Autonomous Region of Krajina Sentenced to 32 years originally, his sentence was reduced to 30 years on appeal in 2007, which he is serving in Denmark.[24]
Sentenced by ICTY Mario Čerkez Bosnian Croat, HVO brigade commander War crimes in the Lašva Valley against Bosniak civilians Sentenced to 6 years' imprisonment on 17 December 2004.[25]
Acquitted Ivan Čermak Croat, Army general For his role in the permanent removal of the Serb population from the Krajina region, by force, fear or threat of force, persecution, forced displacement, transfer and deportation, appropriation and destruction of property and other means, which constituted or involved the commission of crimes Acquitted on 15 April 2011.[26]
Sentenced by ICTY Ranko Ćešić Bosnian Serb, member of the Intervention Squad in the Reservist Corps of the Bosnian Serb police force Murder and sexual abuse in the Luka camp Sentenced to 18 years' imprisonment on 11 March 2004; granted early release on 30 April 2014 (effective 25 May 2014).[27]
Sentenced Valentin Ćorić Bosnian Croat, chief of the HVO's military police For his role in administering Herceg-Bosna prisons and detention facilities as well as in combat and ethnic cleansing operations Sentenced to 16 years imprisonment.[28][29]
Acquitted Zejnil Delalić Bosniak, commander of the First Tactical Group of the Bosniak forces Indicted with having command and control over the Čelebići prison camp Acquitted on 20 February 2001.[30]
Sentenced by ICTY Hazim Delić Bosniak, Bosnian prison camp deputy commander Murder and rape at Čelebići prison camp Sentenced to 18 years' imprisonment on 8 April 2003; granted early release on 24 June 2008.[30]
Sentenced by ICTY Rasim Delić Bosniak, chief of staff of the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina For his failure to prevent the Mujahadeen members of the Bosnian army from committing crimes against captured civilians and enemy combatants (murder, rape, torture) Sentenced to 3 years' imprisonment on 15 September 2008. On 11 May 2009, Delić was granted provisional release pending the hearing of his appeal. The appeals hearing was held on 19 January 2010. Delić died on 16 April 2010 while on provisional release pending the resolution of the appeals. On 29 June 2010, the Appeals Chamber terminated the appellate proceedings and announced that the Trial Chamber judgement should be considered as final.[31]
Sentenced by ICTY Miroslav Deronjić Bosnian Serb, president of the Bratunac Crisis Staff For attack on the village of Glogova Sentenced to 10 years' imprisonment on 25 July 2005.[32] While serving his sentence, Deronjić died in hospital in 2007, aged 52, from cancer.
Died before trial complete Slavko Dokmanović Croatian Serb, Mayor of Vukovar Indicted in connection with killings of hospital inmates Died in detention on 29 June 1998.[33]
Sentenced by ICTY Damir Došen Bosnian Serb, shift commander at the Keraterm prison camp Keraterm camp Sentenced to 5 years' imprisonment on 13 November 2001.[34]
Died before trial complete Simo Drljača Bosnian Serb, chief of the Public Security Station for Prijedor Persecution, inhumane acts and murder of non-Serb Bosnians around Prijedor Died before transfer to the Tribunal.[35]
Sentenced by ICTY Vlastimir Đorđević Serb, army general Deportation, persecution and murder of Kosovo Albanians Sentenced to 27 years' imprisonment on 23 February 2011. Upon appeal, in 2014, his sentence was reduced to 18 years.[36]
Died before trial complete Đorđe Đukić Bosnian Serb, member of the Main Staff of the Bosnian Serb army Indicted for shelling civilian targets in Sarajevo Died on 18 May 1996 during provisional release.[37]
Sentenced by ICTY Dražen Erdemović Bosnian Croat, soldier in Bosnian Serb Army Srebrenica massacre Sentenced to 5 years' imprisonment on 5 March 1998.[38]
Sentenced by ICTY Anto Furundžija Bosnian Croat, local commander of the HVO unit, Jokers Torture of a Bosnian Muslim civilian at Nadioci Sentenced to 10 years' imprisonment on 21 July 2000.[39]
Transferred to national courts Dušan Fuštar Bosnian Serb, shift commander at Keraterm prison camp Persecution, inhumane acts and murder of non-Serb Bosnians around Prijedor Case transferred to Bosnia and Herzegovina on 9 May 2006. Sentenced by the Bosnian Court to 9 years' imprisonment.[9]
Died before trial complete Dragan Gagović Bosnian Serb, chief of police in Foča For his role in persecutions in Partizan Sports Hall detention centre Died before transfer to the Tribunal.[40]
Sentenced by ICTY Stanislav Galić Bosnian Serb, commander of Sarajevo Romanija Corps Indicted for shelling and sniping of Sarajevo Sentenced to life imprisonment on 30 November 2006.[41]
Conviction overturned on appeal Ante Gotovina Croat, Army general Crimes against humanity and violations of the laws or customs of war [clarification needed] Conviction overturned on appeal on 16 November 2012.[26]
Indictment withdrawn Zdravko Govedarica     Indictment withdrawn on 8 May 1998.[9]
Transferred to national courts Momčilo Gruban Bosnian Serb, guard shift commander at the Omarska camp Omarska camp Case transferred to Bosnia and Herzegovina on 9 May 2006. Sentenced by the Bosnian Court to 7 years' imprisonment.[9]
Sentenced by ICTY Milan Gvero Bosnian Serb, military assistant commander for Morale, Legal and Religious Affairs Srebrenica massacre Sentenced to five years' imprisonment on 10 June 2010.[17]
At trial Goran Hadžić Croatian Serb, president of Republic of Serbian Krajina Persecution, murder, torture deportation and wanton destruction in Serbian Krajina At trial.[42]
Sentenced by ICTY Enver Hadžihasanović Bosniak, ARBiH Brigadier General Command authority over acts of murder and wanton destruction in central Bosnia Sentenced to 3.5 years' imprisonment on 22 April 2008; released upon completion of sentence.[5]
Acquitted Sefer Halilović Bosniak, ARBiH general For massacres in the villages of Grabovica and Uzdol, Bosnia Acquitted on 16 October 2007.[43]
Acquitted Ramush Haradinaj Kosovo Albanian, prime minister of Kosovo Indicted for action while regional commander of the Kosovo Liberation Army Found not guilty and released on 3 April 2008. Partial re-trial ordered on 21 July 2010.[14] Acquitted on 29 November 2012.[15]
Died before trial complete Janko Janjić Bosnian Serb, sub-commanders of the military police Gang rape, torture and enslavement at Foča prison camp Died before transfer to the Tribunal.[40]
Died before trial complete Nikica Janjić Bosnian Serb, prison guard Keraterm and Omarska camps Died before transfer to the Tribunal.[9]
Transferred to national courts Gojko Janković Bosnian Serb Gang rape, torture and enslavement at Foča prison camp Transferred to the State Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina on 8 December 2005. Sentenced by the Bosnian Court to 34 years' imprisonment on 19 November 2007.[44]
Sentenced by ICTY Goran Jelisić Bosnian Serb, held a position at Luka camp Indicted for genocide, murder, plunder, and inhumane acts at camps in Luka and Brcko Sentenced to 40 years' imprisonment on 5 July 2001.[45] His wife, Monika Karan-Ilić, a native of Brcko, she had been in custody since 21 December 2011. She was found guilty of having participated in torture, inhumane treatment and infliction of suffering on Bosniak and Croat civilians in the Luka camp and Brcko police station between May and June 1992, when she was a teenager. Her sentence was reduced to to two-and-a-half years of prison in 2013.[46]
Sentenced by ICTY Dragan Jokić Bosnian Serb Srebrenica massacre Sentenced to 9 years' imprisonment on 9 May 2007; Dragan Jokić was granted early release on 13 January 2010.[18]
Sentenced by ICTY Miodrag Jokić Serb, admiral in Yugoslav Navy Siege of Dubrovnik Sentenced to 7 years’ imprisonment on 30 August 2005.[47]
Sentenced by ICTY Drago Josipović Bosnian Croat, HVO member Lašva Valley massacres against Bosniak civilians Sentenced to 12 years' imprisonment on 23 October 2001.[7]
At trial Radovan Karadžić Bosnian Serb, former President of Republika Srpska Genocide, Crimes against humanity, Violations of the laws or customs of war and Grave breaches of the Geneva conventions of 1949 At trial.[48]
Indictment withdrawn Marinko Katava     The indictment was withdrawn on 19 December 1997.[7]
Transferred to national courts Duško Knežević Bosnian Serb Omarska camp Case referred to Bosnia and Herzegovina; sentenced by the Bosnian Court to 31 years' imprisonment.[9]
Sentenced by ICTY Dragan Kolundžija Bosnian Serb Keraterm camp Sentenced to 3 years' imprisonment on 13 November 2001; granted early release on 5 December 2001.[34]
Indictment withdrawn Dragan Kondić     Indictment withdrawn on 5 May 1998.[49]
Sentenced by ICTY Dario Kordić Bosnian Croat War crimes in the Lašva Valley against Bosniak civilians Sentenced to 25 years' imprisonment on 17 December 2004; released in June 2014 after having served two thirds of his sentence.[25]
Sentenced by ICTY Milojica Kos Bosnian Serb Omarska camp Sentenced to 6 years' imprisonment on 2 November 2001, on 21 May 2002, Kos withdrew his appeal. He was granted early release on 31 July 2002.[50]
Indictment withdrawn Predrag Kostić     Indictment withdrawn on 8 May 1998.[9]
Sentenced by ICTY Radomir Kovač Bosnian Serb Gang rape, torture and enslavement at Foča prison camp Sentenced to 20 years' imprisonment on 12 June 2002, Kovač was granted early release, effective 30 June 2013.[51]
Died before trial complete Milan Kovačević Bosnian Serb Prijedor case Died in detention on 1 August 1998.[35]
Transferred to national courts Vladimir Kovačević Montenegrin Serb, Yugoslav army commander Siege of Dubrovnik Case transferred to Serbia on 17 November 2006; initially ruled mentally unfit to stand trial.[52]
Sentenced by ICTY Momčilo Krajišnik Bosnian Serb, prime minister of Republika Srpska Genocide Sentenced to 20 years' imprisonment on 17 March 2009; granted early release on 1 September 2013.[53]
Sentenced by ICTY Milorad Krnojelac Bosnian Serb, Bosnian Serb prison commander Gang rape, torture and enslavement at Foča prison camp Sentenced to 15 years' imprisonment on 17 September 2003.[54]
Sentenced by ICTY Radislav Krstić Bosnian Serb, Bosnian Serb Army general Genocide Sentenced to 35 years' imprisonment on 19 April 2004.[55]
Sentenced by ICTY Amir Kubura Bosniak, 7th Muslim Mountain Brigade Chief of Staff Command authority over acts of murder and wanton destruction in central Bosnia Sentenced to 2 years' imprisonment on 22 April 2008 for "plunder of public or private property".[5]
Sentenced by ICTY Dragoljub Kunarac Bosnian Serb Gang rape, torture and enslavement at Foča prison camp Sentenced to 28 years' imprisonment on 12 June 2002.[51]
Acquitted Mirjan Kupreškić Bosnian Croat, HVO member Lašva Valley massacres against Bosniak civilians Acquitted on 23 October 2001.[7]
Acquitted Vlatko Kupreškić Bosnian Croat, HVO member Lašva Valley massacres against Bosniak civilians Acquitted on 23 October 2001.[7]
Acquitted Zoran Kupreškić Bosnian Croat, HVO member Lašva Valley massacres against Bosniak civilians Acquitted on 23 October 2001.[7]
Sentenced by ICTY Miroslav Kvočka Bosnian Serb, policeman Keraterm and Omarska camps Sentenced to 7 years' imprisonment on 2 November 2001; granted early release on 30 March 2005.[50]
Indictment withdrawn Goran Lajić     Indictment withdrawn on 5 May 1998.[56]
Sentenced by ICTY Esad Landžo Bosniak Murder, torture and other abuses of Serb civilians at Čelebići prison camp Sentenced to 15 years' imprisonment on 8 April 2003; Landžo was granted early release on 13 April 2006.[30]
Sentenced by ICTY Vladimir Lazarević Serb, Army general Charges of war crimes, deportation and forcible transfer, murder and persecution. Sentenced to 15 years' imprisonment on 26 February 2009.[57]
Acquitted Fatmir Limaj Kosovo Albanian War crimes regarding illegal imprisonment, cruel treatment, inhumane acts, and murder at the Lapušnik prison camp.[10][11][12] Acquitted on 27 September 2007.[13]
Sentenced by ICTY Milan Lukić Bosnian Serb, commander of a paramilitary group called "Avengers" or "White Eagles" Indicted for killing of up to 100 Muslims in vicinity of Višegrad Sentenced to life imprisonment on 20 July 2009.[58]
Sentenced by ICTY Sredoje Lukić Bosnian Serb, member of "Avengers" Indicted for killing of up to 100 Muslims in vicinity of Višegrad Sentenced to 30 years' imprisonment on 20 July 2009.[58]
Sentenced by ICTY Sreten Lukić Serb, Serbian police general Command authority for crimes against humanity in Kosovo Sentenced to 22 years' imprisonment on 26 February 2009; appeal filed.[57]
Transferred to national courts Paško Ljubičić Bosnian Croat, 4th HVO Military Police Battalion commander Lašva Valley massacres against Bosniak civilians Case referred to Bosnia and Herzegovina; sentenced by the Bosnian Court to 10 years' imprisonment.[59]
Indictment withdrawn Zoran Marinić     Indictment withdrawn on 3 October 2002.[60]
Conviction overturned on appeal Mladen Markač Croat, Colonel General Indicted for crimes against humanity (persecution, inhumane acts), violation of the laws of war (violations of the laws or customs of war, murder and plunder or wanton destruction)[61] Conviction overturned on appeal on 16 November 2012.[26]
Sentenced by ICTY Milan Martić Croatian Serb, prime minister of Republika Srpska Krajina Attacks on Zagreb; see Prosecutor v. Milan Martić Sentenced to 35 years' imprisonment on 8 October 2008.[62]
Sentenced by ICTY Vinko Martinović Bosnian Croat War crimes against Bosniak civilians in the Mostar region Sentenced to 18 years' imprisonment on 3 May 2006.[63]
Transferred to national courts Željko Mejakić Bosnian Serb Omarska camp Case referred to Bosnia and Herzegovina; sentenced by the Bosnian Court to 21 years' imprisonment.[9]
Sentenced by ICTY Radivoje Miletić Bosnian Serb Srebrenica massacre Sentenced to 19 years' imprisonment on 10 June 2010.[17]
Died before trial complete Slobodan Miljković     Died before transfer to the Tribunal.[64]
Sentenced by ICTY Dragomir Milošević Bosnian Serb Siege of Sarajevo On 12 November 2009, the Appeals Chamber rendered its judgement and reduced Milošević's original sentence down to 29 years of imprisonment, and subject to credit for time already spent in detention.[65]
Died before trial complete Slobodan Milošević Serb, president of Serbia, president of Yugoslavia Indicted for incidents while in authority during Kosovo War Died in detention on 11 March 2006.[66]
Acquitted Milan Milutinović Serb, President of Serbia Indicted for incidents while in authority during Kosovo War Acquitted on 26 February 2009.[57]
At trial Ratko Mladić Bosnian Serb, Bosnian Serb Army commander of the main staff Genocide, complicity in genocide, crimes against humanity, and violations of the laws and customs of war At trial.[67]
Sentenced by ICTY Darko Mrđa Bosnian Serb, Bosnian Serb police unit commander   Sentenced to 17 years' imprisonment on 31 March 2004; granted early release on 10 October 2013.[68]
Sentenced by ICTY Mile Mrkšić Croatian Serb, Yugoslav Army colonel, later Republika Srpska Krajina Army commander Indictment in relation to Vukovar Sentenced to 20 years' imprisonment on 5 May 2009.[69]
Sentenced by ICTY Zdravko Mucić Bosnian Croat   Sentenced to 9 years' imprisonment on 8 April 2003; granted early release, since he had served two-thirds of his sentence.[30]
Indictment withdrawn Agim Murtezi     Indictment withdrawn on 28 February 2003.[13]
Acquitted Isak Musliu Kosovo Albanian, Kosovo Liberation Army commander War crimes regarding illegal imprisonment, cruel treatment, inhumane acts, and murder at the Lapušnik prison camp.[10][11][12] Acquitted on 27 September 2007.[13]
Sentenced by ICTY Mladen "Tuta" Naletilić Bosnian Croat, paramilitary War crimes against Bosniak civilians in Mostar area Sentenced to 20 years' imprisonment on 3 May 2006.[63]
Sentenced by ICTY Dragan Nikolić Bosnian Serb, Bosnian Serb prison commander Sušica camp Sentenced to 20 years' imprisonment on 4 February 2005.[70]
Sentenced by ICTY Drago Nikolić Bosnian Serb, Bosnian Serb Army officer Srebrenica massacre Sentenced to 35 years' imprisonment on 10 June 2010.[17]
Sentenced by ICTY Momir Nikolić Bosnian Serb, Assistant Commander of VRS Bratunac brigade Srebrenica massacre Sentenced to 20 years' imprisonment on 8 March 2006.[71]
Transferred to national courts Mirko Norac Croat, General of HVO Charged with war crimes in relation to Operation Maslenica and Operation Medak Pocket Transferred to Croatia on 1 November 2005. Sentenced by Zagreb District Court to 7 years' imprisonment.[4]
Sentenced by ICTY Dragan Obrenović Bosnian Serb, VRS lieutenant colonel Srebrenica massacre Sentenced to 17 years' imprisonment on 10 December 2003.[72]
Sentenced by ICTY Dragoljub Ojdanić Serb, Chief of the General Staff of the Yugoslav Army, Federal Defence minister of Yugoslavia Charges of war crimes, deportation and forcible transfer, murder and persecution. Sentenced to 15 years' imprisonment on 26 February 2009.[57]
Acquitted Naser Orić Bosniak, Bosnian Army commander of Srebrenica Murder and wanton destruction on the basis of command responsibility Acquitted on 3 July 2008.[73]
Sentenced by ICTY Vinko Pandurević Bosnian Serb, Bosnian Serb Army general Srebrenica massacre Sentenced to 13 years' imprisonment on 10 June 2010; granted early release on 9 April 2015.[17]
Acquitted Dragan Papić Bosnian Croat, HVO member Lašva Valley massacres against Bosniak civilians Acquitted on 14 January 2000.[7]
Indictment withdrawn Nedeljko Paspalj     Indictment withdrawn on 8 May 1998.[9]
Sentenced by ICTY Nebojša Pavković Serb, Chief of the General Staff of the Yugoslav Army Charges of war crimes, deportation and forcible transfer, murder and persecution. Sentenced to 22 years' imprisonment on 26 February 2009.[57]
Indictment withdrawn Milan Pavlić     Indictment withdrawn on 8 May 1998.[9]
Acquitted Momčilo Perišić Serb, Chief of Staff of JNA/VJ Command authority Acquitted on 28 February 2013.[74]
Sentenced Milivoj Petković Bosnian Croat, Chief commander of HVO War crimes and ethnic cleansing of Bosniaks in Herzegovina Sentenced to 20 years' imprisonment; granted provisional release in 2008.[28][29]
Sentenced by ICTY Biljana Plavšić Bosnian Serb, former President of Republika Srpska Crimes against humanity [clarification needed] Sentenced to 11 years' imprisonment on 27 February 2003; released after serving two thirds of her sentence.[75]
Indictment withdrawn Milutin Popović     Indictment withdrawn on 8 May 1998.[9]
Sentenced by ICTY Vujadin Popović Bosnian Serb, Bosnian Serb Army lieutenant colonel Srebrenica massacre Sentenced to life imprisonment on 10 June 2010.[17]
Sentenced by ICTY Slobodan Praljak Bosnian Croat, HVO, Herceg-Bosna Grave breaches of the Geneva conventions, violations of the laws/customs of war, and crimes against humanity Sentenced to 20 years' imprisonment.[28][29]
Sentenced by ICTY Dragoljub Prcać Bosnian Serb Keraterm and Omarska camps Sentenced to 5 years' imprisonment on 28 February 2005.[50]
Indictment withdrawn Draženko Predojević     Indictment withdrawn on 8 May 1998.[9]
Sentenced Jadranko Prlić Bosnian Croat, Croat leader of Herceg-Bosna War crimes in Herceg-Bosna Sentenced to 25 years' imprisonment.[28][29]
Sentenced Berislav Pušić Bosnian Croat, HVO officer Ethnic cleansing of Bosniaks in Herzegovina Sentenced to 10 years' imprisonment.[28][29]
Acquitted Miroslav Radić Serb, Yugoslav Army captain Ovčara massacre after the Battle of Vukovar Acquitted on 27 September 2007.[69]
Sentenced by ICTY Mlađo Radić Bosnian Serb Keraterm and Omarska camps Sentenced to 20 years' imprisonment on 28 February 2005; granted early release on 13 February 2012 (effective 31 December 2012).[50]
Sentenced by ICTY Ivica Rajić Bosnian Croat Massacre in Stupni Do Sentenced to 12 years' imprisonment on 8 May 2006; granted early

release on 22 August 2011.[76]

Transferred to national courts Mitar Rašević Bosnian Serb Gang rape, torture and enslavement at Foča prison camp Transferred to the State Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina on 3 October 2006; sentenced by the Bosnian Court to 8.5 years' imprisonment on 28 February 2008.[77]
Died before trial complete Željko "Arkan" Ražnatović Serb, paramilitary leader   Died before transfer to the Tribunal.[78]
Indictment withdrawn Željko Savić     Indictment withdrawn on 8 May 1998.[9]
Sentenced by ICTY Duško Sikirica Bosnian Serb, Bosnian Serb prison commander Keraterm camp Sentenced to 15 years' imprisonment on 13 November 2001.[34]
Acquitted Franko Simatović Ethnic Croat,[79][80] high-ranking official of the Yugoslav State Security Service   Acquitted on 30 May 2013.[81][82]
Sentenced by ICTY Blagoje Simić Bosnian Serb Bosanski Šamac war crimes Sentenced to 15 years' imprisonment on 28 November 2006; Simić was given credit for the time served since his arrest on 12 March 2001. On 15 February 2011, Simić was granted early release, effective 16 March 2011.[64]
Sentenced by ICTY Milan Simić Serb Bosanski Šamac war crimes Sentenced to 5 years' imprisonment on 17 October 2002.[83]
Indictment withdrawn Pero Skopljak     Indictment withdrawn on 19 December 1997.[25]
Sentenced by ICTY Milomir Stakić Bosnian Serb, former mayor of Prijedor in northern Bosnia Persecution, inhumane acts and murder of non-Serb Bosnians around Prijedor Sentenced to 40 years' imprisonment on 22 March 2006.[84]
Acquitted Jovica Stanišić Serb, former chief of Serbian State Security Service   Acquitted on 30 May 2013.[81][82]
Sentenced by ICTY Mićo Stanišić[85] Bosnian Serb, former Bosnian Serb interior minister Crimes against humanity; violations of the laws or customs of war [clarification needed] Sentenced to 22 years' imprisonment[86]
Transferred to national courts Radovan Stanković Bosnian Serb   Transferred to the State Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina on 29 September 2005; sentenced by the Bosnian Court to 20 years' imprisonment on 28 March 2007.[44]
Sentenced Bruno Stojić Bosnian Croat Ethnic cleansing of Bosniaks in Herzegovina Sentenced to 20 years' imprisonment.[28][29]
Died before trial complete Vlajko Stojiljković Serb, former Serbian interior minister Indicted with Slobodan Milošević Died before transfer to the Tribunal.[57]
Sentenced by ICTY Pavle Strugar Montenegrin, Yugoslav Army general Siege of Dubrovnik Sentenced to 7.5 years' imprisonment on 17 July 2008.[87]
Sentenced by ICTY Nikola Šainović Serb, Prime Minister of Serbia Charges of war crimes, deportation and forcible transfer, murder and persecution. Sentenced to 22 years' imprisonment on 26 February 2009.[57]
Indictment withdrawn Ivan Šantić     Indictment withdrawn on 19 December 1997.[25]
Sentenced by ICTY Vladimir Šantić Bosnian Croat, HVO member Lašva Valley massacres against Bosniak civilians Sentenced to 18 years' imprisonment on 23 October 2001.[7]
Indictment withdrawn Dragomir Šaponja     Indictment withdrawn on 5 May 1998.[88]
At trial Vojislav Šešelj Serb, President of the Serbian Radical Party (SRS) Three counts of crimes against humanity; six counts of violations of the laws or customs of war At trial.[89]
Sentenced by ICTY Veselin Šljivančanin Montenegrin, Yugoslav army battalion commander Ovčara massacre after the Battle of Vukovar Sentenced to 10 years' imprisonment on 8 December 2010.[69]
Sentenced by ICTY Duško Tadić Bosnian Serb, Serbian Democratic Party leader in Kozarac and member of paramilitary force Omarska camp Sentenced to 20 years' imprisonment on 26 January 2000; granted early release from prison on 17 July 2008.[21]
Sentenced by ICTY Miroslav Tadić Bosnian Serb, chairman of the Bosanki Šamac "Exchange Commission" [clarification needed] Bosanski Šamac war crimes Sentenced to 8 years' imprisonment on 17 October 2003.[64]
Died before trial complete Momir Talić Bosnian Serb, general of 1st Krajina Corps Genocide in the Krajina case Died on 28 May 2003 during provisional release.[90]
Sentenced by ICTY Johan Tarčulovski Macedonian, Macedonian police officer Ljuboten attack Sentenced to 12 years' imprisonment on 19 May 2010; granted early release on 8 April 2013.[22]
Indictment withdrawn Nedjeljko Timarac     Indictment withdrawn on 5 May 1998.[91]
Sentenced by ICTY Stevan Todorović Bosnian Serb, Bosnian Serb police head for the municipality of Bosanski Šamac Bosanski Šamac war crimes Sentenced to 10 years' imprisonment on 31 July 2001.[64]
Transferred to national courts Savo Todović Bosnian Serb, prison commander Gang rape, torture and enslavement at Foča prison camp Transferred to the State Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina on 3 October 2006; sentenced by the Bosnian Court to 12.5 years' imprisonment on 28 February 2008.[77]
Sentenced by ICTY Zdravko Tolimir Bosnian Serb, Bosnian Serb Army assistant commander Crimes against humanity; violations of the laws or customs of war Sentenced to life imprisonment on 12 December 2012. Appeals court dismissed several counts of extermination and genocide, but left sentence of life imprisonment in place.[92]
Transferred to national courts Milorad Trbić Bosnian Serb, Captain in military police Srebrenica massacre Transferred to the State Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina on 11 June 2007. Sentenced by the Bosnian Court to 30 years' imprisonment.[93]
Sentenced by ICTY Mitar Vasiljević Bosnian Serb, Bosnian Serb paramilitary Murder and crimes against humanity in vicinity of Višegrad Sentenced to 15 years' imprisonment on 25 February 2004. On 6 July 2004, Vasiljević was transferred to Austria to serve his sentence. Credit was given for time served since 25 January 2000. On 12 March 2010, he was granted early release.[94]
Sentenced by ICTY Zoran Vuković Bosnian Serb, Bosnian Serb Army soldier Gang rape, torture and enslavement at Foča prison camp Sentenced to 12 years' imprisonment on 12 June 2002; released in May 2008, after serving about two thirds of his sentence.[51]
Sentenced by ICTY Simo Zarić Bosnian Serb, former major of Šamac Bosanski Šamac war crimes Sentenced to 6 years' imprisonment on 17 October 2003.[64]
Indictment withdrawn Milan Zec     Indictment withdrawn on 26 July 2002.[87]
Sentenced by ICTY Dragan Zelenović Bosnian Serb, police officer Gang rape, torture and enslavement at Foča prison camp Sentenced to 15 years' imprisonment on 31 October 2007.[40]
Sentenced by ICTY Zoran Žigić Bosnian Serb Crimes in the Prijedor region [clarification needed] Sentenced to 25 years' imprisonment on 28 February 2005; granted early release on 10 November 2014 (effective 16 December 2014).[50]
Sentenced by ICTY Stojan Župljanin Bosnian Serb, senior police official in the Autonomous Region of Krajina Indicted for persecution, wanton destruction, deportation, torture, murder in Krajina Sentenced to 22 years imprisonment[86]

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