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Manojlo Milovanovic svedocenje 4

Manojlo Milovanovic svedocenje 4

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Witness: Manojlo Milovanovic (Resumed) (Open Session)Page 77Re-examination by Mr. McCloskey (Continued)
1 Friday, 1 June 20072 [Open session]3 [The accused entered court]4 [The witness entered court]5 --- Upon commencing at 9.08 a.m.6 JUDGE AGIUS: Good morning, everybody.7 Madam Registrar, good morning to you. Could you be kind enough to8 call the case, please.9 THE REGISTRAR: Good morning, Your Honours. This is the case10 number IT-05-88-T, the Prosecutor versus Vujadin Popovic et al.11 JUDGE AGIUS: I thank you, ma'am.12 All the accused are here. Defence teams, I only note the absence13 of Madam Nikolic and Mr. Haynes and Ms. Condon. The Prosecution is14 Mr. McCloskey, Mr. Nicholls and Mr. Thayer. Anyone else? No. Witness is15 present. Good morning to you, General.16 THE WITNESS: [Interpretation] Good morning.17 JUDGE AGIUS: All right. Welcome back. Let's hope we'll finish18 with the testimony as early as possible so that you can go home.19 Mr. McCloskey. How much more time do you require?20 MR. McCLOSKEY: I just have three or four documents. I think we21 should get it done hopefully in 20 minutes if we don't get into any real22 long discussions. Good morning, everyone.23 WITNESS: MANOJLO MILOVANOVIC [Resumed]24 [Witness answered through interpreter]25 Re-examination by Mr. McCloskey: [Continued]
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1 Q. Good morning, General. I think we remember your answer yesterday2 when were you asked about General Gvero and his responsibility or his3 potential dealings with prisoners. Who would be the primary assistant4 commander that may be dealing with prisoners of war issues?5 JUDGE AGIUS: Yes, Mr. Josse?6 MR. JOSSE: We are a little unclear as to whether Mr. McCloskey7 meant General Gvero there. If he did, then fair enough.8 MR. McCLOSKEY: I was asking about which assistant commander would9 be dealing mostly with prisoners. He'd said that it wasn't Gvero's10 primary concern and so I was asking who would it have been.11 MR. JOSSE: Thank you. I think I'm being oversensitive.12 JUDGE AGIUS: Thank you. No. I would have done exactly the same,13 Mr. Josse.14 MR. McCLOSKEY: I'm sorry I didn't quote what he said but my15 recollection was that it wasn't --16 JUDGE AGIUS: Go ahead, go ahead.17 MR. McCLOSKEY:18 Q. General, I think you can answer the question if you understood19 it. I know we sometimes confuse things but we are not meaning to.20 A. In the organisation of the army of Republika Srpska or the corps21 or commands, there is no person or a team designated to work with22 prisoners of war. Prisoners of war are interviewed and interrogated by23 the intelligence and security organs. As for the accommodation of24 prisoners of war, and providing for their security, the concern for the25 respect of international conventions with respect to the prisoners of war
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1 is in the hands of the administration for logistics. That is also in2 charge of setting up prisoner of war camps.3 Q. Do the military police have -- usually have responsibility for4 prisoners of war on the brigade level?5 A. Yes.6 Q. And are they overseen by the chief of security, generally, related7 to issues of prisoners of war?8 A. When it comes to the use of the military police, the person in9 charge is the security organ, regardless of the issue, be it the prisoners10 of war, escorting convoys or any other police task.11 Q. All right. If we could go to a document that mentions prisoners12 of war, it's number 131, and I've got a -- we have a -- both a teletype13 version and a handwritten version, originals, which I think it would be14 easier, General, if you took a look at both of them. I think the teletype15 may come up on the screen but if I could get some help from the usher,16 I'll let you take a look at them.17 You can see it on the screen. It's a pretty good copy. But there18 is also -- let me hand you the originals. The screen, there is also a19 handwritten version which is the page -- which is page 2, if we could flip20 to that so that everyone can see the handwritten version. And if you21 could, General, if you could look at the original handwritten version to22 your right, and it's in Cyrillic, do you recognise that handwriting by any23 chance? I know it's been a long time.24 A. I'm not familiar with the handwriting. I can only see that the25 assistant commander, General Major Z Tolimir is indicated down here.
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