This section provides information about the case tried before the ICTY concerning the crimes committed in Čelebići camp, near Konjic in Bosnia and Herzegovina, from April until December 1992. It also contains a selection of archival material and videos produced by the Mechanism Information Programme for Affected Communities (MIP).
Three persons have been convicted before the ICTY for the crimes committed in Čelebići camp:
One person has been acquitted (Zejnil Delalić).
Selected Case Information
Mucić et al. (IT-96-21)
Selected Archive Material
The selected Mechanism’s archive material contains a compilation of the audiovisual evidence admitted into the case tried before the ICTY relating to the crimes committed in Čelebići camp from April until December 1992. When using Mechanism's archive material, please use the following credit: “Footage courtesy of IRMCT”. For third-party content, please seek permission from the content owner.
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Videos produced by the MIP
Remember Čelebići Crimes
Hundreds of eyewitnesses and victims testified before the ICTY about the crimes they saw or experienced. In some cases, perpetrators also decided to testify. Esad Landžo, for example, a guard at the Čelebići camp, testified in the Mucić et al. case before the ICTY about the crimes he and other guards committed during the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Remember Čelebići Victims
The Čelebići detention camp in Bosnia and Herzegovina was closed on 9 November 1992. During the eight months of its existence, Bosnian Croat and Bosnian Muslim forces committed grave grimes against Bosnian Serb prisoners, including murder, torture and rape. The ICTY prosecuted and convicted three of the perpetrators of these crimes, Hazim Delić, Esad Landžo, and Zdravko Mucić.