Trial against Radivoj Ivković for war crime against civilians, as described and punishable according to Article 120 of the Basic Criminal Law Act of the Republic of Croatia (hereinafter: OKZRH).
The Vukovar ŽDO’s indictment issued on 30 April 2003 charges the defendant that, in his capacity as member of Serb paramilitary formations in one village in the surroundings of Vukovar in February 1992, he raped one female person and plundered property, and therefore he committed a war crime against civilians stated in Article 120, paragraph 1 of the OKZRH.
Vukovar County Court
Case file number: K-21/03
War Crimes Council (panel): judge Slavko Teofilović, President of the Council; we are not familiar with the names of the Council Members
Indictment: no. K-DO-29/02 of 30 April 2003 issued by the Vukovar County State Attorney’s Office (ŽDO)
Prosecution: Vlatko Miljković, Vukovar County Deputy State Attorney
Criminal offence: war crime against civilians stated in Article 120, paragraph 1 of the the Basic Criminal Law Act of the Republic of Croatia (hereinafter: OKZRH)
Defendant: Radivoj Ivković, unavailable to the Croatian judiciary
Defence: Šimo Filipović, lawyer practising in Vinkovci
Victim (raped): one female person
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