Dragan Rodic pleads guilty to war crimes

Bosnian Serb Dragan Rodic has agreed to plead guilty to war crimes and crimes against humanity committed against Bosniak and Croatian prisoners of war during the 1992-1995 Bosnian conflict, local media reported on Saturday (October 23rd). Rodic is charged with taking part in establishing and maintaining a punishment and abuse system in the Slavko Rodic school building and the Kamenica detention camp in the Drvar area. According to the plea bargain, Rodic has agreed to a sentence of seven or eight years in prison and to testify at other trials involving war crimes in the Drvar area. The court must still approve the plea bargain.

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