: Hand-drawn map by Ferid Spahic explaining the Paklenik massacre during theVasiljevic case.The
is the massacre of at least 50 Bosniaks by Bosnian Serb Army in theRogatica Municipality on 15 June 1992. One day earlier,local Serbs close to the SerbDemocratic Party-led Visegrad Municipality organized the deportation of several hundredBosniak civilians to Olovo(a town in Bosnian Government-controlled territory). However, onits way towards the Rogatica Municipality, Bosnian Serb Army members from Visegradstopped the buses and took all the men off to another bus. They spent the night in Rogaticaand the next day they were taken to Paklenik (Hell) to a ravine called Propast (Downfall)where they were systematically executed and their bodies thrown into the ravine. Only oneman survived the massacre – Ferid Spahic. The men responsible for this massacre have notyet answered for their crimes. The only people who have been indicted were Mitar Vasiljevic, Nenad Tanaskovic, Sredoje and Milan Lukic. The Bosniak civilians who were deported andwho were massacred came from the following villages in Visegrad: Gornji and DonjiDubovik, Velatovo, Zagre, Smijece, Zupa and Dobrun.The remains of these executed Bosniaks were found in 2000.During the Mitar Vasiljevic case, Ferid Spahic testified about the Paklenik massacre. Above isa hand-drawn map by Spahic explaining the murder of about 50 Bosniak men civilians fromvillages in the Visegrad municipality.