Dragan Vasiljkovic

Wife of German journalist killed in war presents new evidence against Captain Dragan

Christiane Schlotzer Scotland, the wife of German journalist Egon Scotland killed during the war in July 1991 in Jukinac near Glina, testified at the war crimes trial of Serb paramilitary commander Dragan Vasiljkovic, also known as Captain Dragan, before the Split County Court on Tuesday.

Serbia's president says Captain Dragan has right to Serbian legal aid

Serbia's President Tomislav Nikolic on Wednesday said that Dragan Vasiljkovic, aka Captain Dragan, has the right to legal aid from Serbia in the war crimes case against him in Croatia, Nikolic's office said in a press release.

Captain Dragan trial: Witness says lost hearing and kidney due to torture

The trial of Dragan Vasiljkovic, aka Captain Dragan, charged with war crimes against Croatian soldiers and civilians in the early 1990s, resumed before the Split County Court on Thursday with the testimonies of three reserve police officers from Glina who spoke about the atrocities they lived through as prisoners of war in Knin at the start of the Homeland Defence War.

Witness accuses ex-Serb paramilitary commander of torture

Retired Croatian war veteran and former police officer Velibor Bracic on Wednesday testified for several hours before the Split County Court in the trial of Croatian Serb paramilitary commander Dragan Vasiljkovic aka Captain Dragan, saying that aside from being exposed to hunger and thirst, captured Croatian soldiers were beaten by guards in Knin on a daily basis and that he was also beaten by the accused.

Vasiljkovic's counsel to contest charges

The defence counsels for Dragan Vasiljkovic, aka Captain Dragain, who pleaded not guilty to war crimes charges on Tuesday, said that they did not intend to prove his innocence but would have him acquitted by contesting the charges and evidence presented by the prosecution.

Serb paramilitary chief denies charges in Croatia war crimes trial

Dragan Vasiljkovic, aka Captain Dragan, charged with war crimes against Croatian soldiers and civilians in the early 1990s, entered a plea of not guilty at a long-awaited trial that started at the Split County Court on Tuesday, amid tight security and intense media interest.

Trial of ex-Serb paramilitary leader to start in Croatia Tuesday

Former rebel Serb leader Dragan Vasiljkovic, also known as Captain Dragan, who is charged with war crimes against POWs and civilians in southern and central Croatia in the early 1990s, will appear in the dock at Split County Court on Tuesday.

Indictment against Serb paramilitary leader upheld

An indictment against Serb paramilitary leader Dragan Vasiljkovic, aka Captain Dragan, charged with war crimes against POWs and civilians in southern and central Croatia, was upheld by the Split County Court on Monday, which paves the way for organising a trial against him soon

War crimes indictee Dragan Vasiljkovic to remain in custody

War crimes indictee Dragan Vasiljkovic aka Captain Dragan will remain in custody for the next month because he is a flight risk, the Split County Court decided on Wednesday, extending Vasiljkovic's detention for the third time. 

Serb paramilitary commander files appeal to delay indictment confirmation

The court spokesman Damir Romac told Hina that Vasiljkovic had requested the removal of police records from his file.

Captain Dragan wants to be defended by Serbian lawyer

Wartime Serb paramilitary commander Dragan Vasiljkovic, also known as Captain Dragan, who is awaiting trial at Split County Court for war crimes committed in Croatia in the early 1990s, wants to be defended by a lawyer from Serbia

Captain Dragan to remain in custody after court refuses bail

 Split County Court on Friday ruled that Dragan Vasiljkovic, suspected of war crimes, is to remain in investigative custody and has rejected a proposal of bail of HRK 5 million.

Serb paramilitary commander indicted for war crimes

The Split County Prosecutor's Office has indicted Dragan Vasiljkovic aka Captain Dragan for war crimes almost six months after he was extradited by Australia, the Office said on Friday.