19 February 1996 General Djordje Djukic, assistant to the Bosnian Serb Army (BSA) chief of staff for logistics, and his closest associate Colonel Aleksa Krsmanovic took off from Sarajevo airport on the evening of February 12. Dressed in NATO uniforms with helmets, flak jackets and goggles they were hustled out of Sarajevo’s central prison to […]

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