The Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina has confirmed an indictment against four former members of the Tenth Reconnaissance Squad with the Republika Srpska Army for genocide committed at Srebrenica.
The indictment alleges that Franc Kos, also known as Slovenac and Zuti, Stanko Kojic, known as Geza, Vlastimir Golijan and Zoran Goronja, known as Zoka, are charged with participation in the murders of more than 800 men and boys committed at the Branjevo military farm in Pilica in the Zvornik municipality in July 1995.
It alleges that Kos, in his capacity as commander, and Kojic, Golijan and Goronja shot the detainees, some of whom were tied and blindfolded.
Following the mass murder of men and boys, Kos and Kojic are alleged to have looked for survivors whom they then shot.
The prosecution alleges that Kos also used the name of Branimir Manojlovic. He was arrested in the Republic of Croatia in April and extradited to Bosnia.
The State Investigation and Protection Agency, SIPA, arrested Golijan, Goronja and Kojic in late February.
Momir Pelemis and Slavko Peric, former members of the Headquarters of the First Battalion with the VRS Zvornik Brigade, are on trial before the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina for murder of Bosniaks at Branjevo military farm.