The final judgment of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina is proof that Serbian criminals, dissatisfied with the magnitude and monstrosity of the crimes committed against Bosniaks in Visegrad, especially in 1992, brought Bosniaks from other places and even neighboring countries to this city and brutally killed them.
Senior research associate of the Institute for Research on Crimes against Humanity and International Law, Assoc. Ph.D. Ermin Kuka, after the Appellate Panel of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina confirmed the first-instance verdict by which seven former members of the VRS were sentenced to a total of 91 years in prison for their participation on February 27, 1993 in the kidnapping of 20 civilians from a train in Štrpci, who were killed in the Višegrad area.
"The command of the 2nd Podrinje light infantry brigade, the so-called VRS Višegrad, the same ones whose members kidnapped and tortured the passengers of a train on the route Belgrade - Bar in Štrpci, informed the Drina Corps Command in July 1993 that there were no Muslims in its area of responsibility .
With today's verdicts, a total of 24 criminals were sentenced to a total of 337 years in prison, including one for life, for crimes committed against Bosniaks in the territory of the Višegrad municipality.
Luka Dragičević, who commanded the brigade, was released. He can't say he 'didn't know'. The documents below are proof that he knew very well. He was never held accountable for the terrible crimes he committed. Until when," Kuka wrote.