Bosnian forensic experts have completed excavation of a mass grave near the eastern Bosnian town of Srebrenica today. Officials of the Bosnian State Institute for Missing People confirmed 66 bodies of the genocide victims from Srebrenica were found in the mass grave called Pusumlici 2, along with three bags of bones and personal belongings.
These 66 genocide victims were among 10,000 Bosnian civilians mass murderd by the genocidal Serbian fascist aggressor in July 1995, during the Serbian aggression against Bosnia.
Murat Hurtic, the head of the Bosnian forensic team, says the last bodies of the genocide victims were taken out earlier today. The team exhumed two complete and 64 incomplete skeletons of the genocide victims.
An ID card found in the grave supports initial information that the bodies were of the Bosnian civilians from Srebrenica.
Over 3,200 genocide victims from this part of Bosnia have already been found in some 60 nearby mass graves, identified through DNA analysis and reburied.