Yesterday I ran an article relating to the book that Milan Lukić wrote, the transcript of which was smuggled out of the UN Detention Centre illegally. I discovered the videos below on the ICTY YouTube channel and found them to be riveting.
Cousins Milan Lukić and Sredoje Lukić were sentenced to life and 30 years' imprisonment respectively, for crimes against humanity and war crimes committed in eastern Bosnian town of Višegrad during the 1992-1995 conflict.
The body of evidence brought against the cousins was extensive and at one point, the judge even refers to a multitude of complaints and testimony that they didn’t even charge the cousins on. This shows a pattern of murder, rape, extermination and persecution that took place over a period of about three years leading up to 1995.
They did charge and convict them on several specific incidents including the infamous murder of 59 Muslim women, children and elderly men in a house on Pionirska Street in Višegrad and the murder of at least 60 Muslim civilians in a house in the Bikavac settlement of Višegrad.
Both Milan and Sredoje Lukić showed no remorse during their trial. They both entered a ‘not guilty’ plea and you can see in the video that Milan shows a specific lack of respect to the proceedings.