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LEPE_ORELLANA_Jaime_Enrique_img.jpg 26.05.2015   Jaime Enrique Lepe Orellana Chile Chile,  Spain Indicted

Jaime Enrique Lepe Orellana was born on 9 December 1947 in Santiago Chile. He was a member of the “Munchen” Brigade of the National Intelligence Directorate (DINA, in Spanish) in Santiago, Chile in 1976 and during the dictatorship of Pinochet.

Within the process of the systematic...

MUNECAS_AGUILAR_Jesus_img.jpg 26.05.2015   Jesús Muñecas Aguilar Spain Argentina Sought - Arrest warrant

Jesús Muñecas Aguilar was born on 6 January 1939 in Daroca in Zaragoza, Spain.

During the 1939-1975 regime of General Francisco Franco, Muñecas Aguilar was a member of the Spanish Civil Guard, serving from 1961 until 1983.  He was expelled from the Guard for his participation in...

GAJIC_Pavle_img.jpg 23.05.2015   Pavle Gajic Former Yugoslavia Bosnia Herzegovina Sentenced

Pavle Gajic was born on 23 August 1971.  Gajic was a member of the “Orlovi Grmeca” unit (Eagles of Grmec) within the Second Krajina Corps of the Republika Srpska Army.

During the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Gajic allegedly killed a member of the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s...

Kamaruzzaman.png 23.05.2015   Muhammad Kamaruzzaman Bangladesh Bangladesh Sentenced

Muhammad Kamaruzzaman was born on 4 July 1952 in Sherpur, Bangladesh. He is the assistant Secretary general of the Bangladesh islamic party Jamaat-e-Islami. Suspected of having committed crimes against humanity during the Bangladesh liberation war, he has been indicted on 13 July 2010 at the...

23.05.2015   Milos Zekic Former Yugoslavia Bosnia Herzegovina Sought - Arrest warrant

Milos Zekic was born on 30 August 1963 in Kladanj, Bosnia.  Zekic was a soldier in the Bosnian Serb Army during the Bosnian War.

Zekic was allegedly involved in killing four people with a rifle in the locker rooms of the Sekovici stadium in Sekovici, Bosnia, where Bosniak civilians...

22.05.2015   Velimir Popovic Former Yugoslavia Bosnia Herzegovina Sentenced

Velimir Popovic was a member of the Military Police of the Republika Srpska Army.

The events that led to the conviction of Popovic occurred between May and June 1992. It is alleged that he and other members of the Military Police physically and mentally tortured Croat and Bosniak...

MARGUS_Fred_img.jpg 22.05.2015   Fred Margus Former Yugoslavia Croatia Sentenced

Fred Margus, born in 1961, is a former Croatian army commander accused of killing and harming Croatian-Serb civilians during the armed rebellion and armed conflicts in Croatia between 1992 and 1996.

During the time of the most serious attacks on Osijek and Eastern Croatia immediately...

0304pod16.jpg 22.05.2015   Thomas Kwoyelo Uganda Uganda Indicted

Thomas Kwoyelo was born in Pabbo, Amuru district, in northern Uganda. Pursuant to his own account, he was abducted by the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) on his way to school in 1987. He remained in captivity and later became colonel.

The LRA is a paramilitary group under the leadership of...

GIBBS-1-articleInline.jpg 22.05.2015   Calvin Gibbs Afghanistan United States Sentenced

Calvin Gibbs was born in 1985 in Billings, Montana, United States and was a soldier (staff sergeant) in the United States army operating in Afghanistan.

He is the highest ranking of five soldiers charged in the deaths of the three unarmed men during patrols in Kandahar province in 2010....

22.05.2015   Adalberon de Moraes Brazil Brazil Sentenced

Adalberon de Moraes is the ex-mayor of the city of Satuba, located in the metropolitan region of Maceió in the Brazilian state of Alagoas. In March 2013 he was convicted for ordering the kidnapping, torture and murder of Professor Paulo Bandeira, who died in June 2003.

Bandeira went...

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