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Initial Appearance - Simič, Milan - 17 February 1998

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Published on Jun 20, 2012

The accused, Milan Simic, a 42 year-old Bosnian Serb, was first indicted by the Prosecutor of the Tribunal together with Blagoje Simic, Simo Zaric, Miroslav Tadic, Stevan Todorovic and Slobodan Miljkovic for crimes alleged to have occurred in the area of Bosanski Samac in north-western Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1992.

Milan Simic voluntarily surrendered to the Tribunal on 14 February 1998. At his initial appearance on 17 February 1998, Milan Simic pleaded "not guilty" to the charges against him as contained in the Initial Indictment.

The Initial Indictment against Milan Simic has been amended, and the most recent version, which is the Fourth Amended Indictment, was issued on 9 January 2002. In the Fourth Amended Indictment ("Indictment"), Milan Simic was charged with seven counts: persecutions, a crime against humanity (count 1), and the beatings and torture of six named victims, charged as two counts of torture as crimes against humanity (counts 4 and 7), two counts of inhumane acts as crimes against humanity (counts 5 and 8), and two counts of cruel treatment, as violations of the laws or customs of war (counts 6 and 9). All of the offences charged in the Indictment against Milan Simic were alleged to have been committed in the period from September 1991 to February 1993.

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