41. During the occupation of Kozarac, Dusko Tadic participated in the collection and forced transfer of civilians. As the refugees were herded down the old Prijedor-Banja Luka road in the direction of Kozarusa, many of them were singled out and, once removed from the column, were shot by members of the Bosnian Serb forces. According to Nasiha Klipic’s testimony:

When the convoy arrived at the Kozarusa bus station by the tavern, males aged 15 to 65 were separated from women and children and the men were divided into three groups destined respectively, as she later found out, for the Omarska, Trnopolje and Keraterm camps. She recognized several of the Serbs who were engaged in separating the people and these Serbs included the accused and Goran Borovnica. At that time she was about three to four metres away from the accused and her view was unobstructed. She also heard the accused ask a policeman named Milos Preradovic: “Where do I take these?” referring to those being rounded up.

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