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Manojlo Milovanovic svedocenje 3

Manojlo Milovanovic svedocenje 3

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Procedural Matters (Open Session)Page 253
1 Thursday, 31 May 20072 [Open session]3 [The accused entered court]4 [The witness entered court]5 --- Upon commencing at 9.04 a.m.6 JUDGE AGIUS: So good morning, everybody. [French interpretation7 coming over English channel].8 JUDGE AGIUS: I see, however, that on the transcript, it's good9 morning, everybody, French interpretation coming over English channel. I10 hope that is not a problem. I don't think it is. If it is a problem,11 could the interpreters please confirm? It's fine. Okay, fine. Thank12 you.13 All the accused are here. General Pandurevic is back.14 Defence teams, I only notice the absence of Mr. Meek and15 Ms. Nikolic.16 Prosecution is Mr. McCloskey. The witness is here, but before I17 come to you, General, and say good morning, there are two small issues18 that I would like to address. There is a motion from the Prosecution for19 the testimony of witness number 88 to be heard via videolink. This was20 filed on the 25th of May. I don't know exactly when the fortnight21 lapses. Could I kindly ask you to file your response as early as22 possible? I know that some of you will not be here in the course of next23 week. I had in mind -- I had in mind the -- not later than the 12th of24 June so that we give at least three weeks for the Prosecution to be able25 to organise this, if the motion is granted. All right? 12th June is all
Thursday, 31 May 2007Case No. IT-05-88-T
Witness: Manojlo Milovanovic (Resumed) (Open Session)Page 254Cross-examination by Ms. Fauveau (Continued)
1 right for everyone?2 MR. LAZAREVIC: Yes, I can assure the Trial Chamber that we will3 file it before the 12th of June.4 JUDGE AGIUS: Thank you. The other thing is that yesterday the5 Prosecution filed a motion to amend the 65 ter exhibit list with nine6 exhibits pertaining to witness number 4. Now, this witness is scheduled,7 according to me, at least, to come after -- not after this witness but8 after the next one. Is he still scheduled to come over after the next one9 or not? Mr. McCloskey.10 MR. McCLOSKEY: Yes, Mr. President. That witness was our11 investigator, Mr. Blaszczyk and he was our sort of insurance witness for12 this week, which we're probably not going to get to so --13 JUDGE AGIUS: All right. Okay. So we can allow the Defence teams14 to file their response at their pleasure and leisure but within the15 fortnight, okay? All right. So there is no urgency there.16 Good morning to you, General.17 THE WITNESS: [Interpretation] Good morning.18 JUDGE AGIUS: Let's make an effort to conclude your testimony19 today. It also depends on you, particularly on how concise you can keep20 your answers.21 Madam Fauveau, you had the floor yesterday. Go ahead.22 MS. FAUVEAU: [Interpretation] Thank you, Mr. President.23 WITNESS: MANOJLO MILOVANOVIC [Resumed]24 [Witness answered through interpreter]25 Cross-examination by Ms. Fauveau: [Continued]
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Witness: Manojlo Milovanovic (Resumed) (Open Session)Page 255Cross-examination by Ms. Fauveau (Continued)
1 MS. FAUVEAU: [Interpretation] Can we show the witness Exhibit2 number 5D372?3 Q. Sir, yesterday you said that fuel was sometimes smuggled in the4 double-sided tanks in humanitarian convoys and UNPROFOR convoys. Please5 look at the document and tell us if you can confirm whether this document6 was sent to the Sarajevo Corps and the Drina Corps on the 8th of November7 1994.8 A. Yes.9 Q. I shall leave you some time to peruse this document because I10 would like you to confirm for us that this document states that there are11 double-sided tanks in the vehicles.12 Can you see the part where it says that it is well known that13 there were cases of abuse when it came to the bottom part of the vehicle?14 A. Yes. I have already said yes for this document. This is one in a15 series of documents of which I spoke yesterday. Whenever we discovered16 something suspicious or whenever it was proven at check-points that our17 suspicion was justified, we had to draw the attention of UNPROFOR and18 UNHCR to those facts and as for the Drina and Herzegovina corps and here19 the Sarajevo Corps as well because from the area of responsibility of the20 Sarajevo Corps the convoys usually departed from the sector of Sarajevo.21 I was reading the document and I have forgotten what you want me to tell22 you. What do you want me to confirm?23 Q. Is it true that this document requires more stringent control of24 the vehicles and especially its bottom part?25 A. Yes.
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