During the Bosnian war, Muslims went on a rampage of murder and mayhem across the land. Their primary target was the Christian population, which consisted mostly of Serbians. The violence was so bad that Muslims were rounding up Christians and then shipping them to actual human slaughterhouses where they were butchered like animals and their organs sold to wealthy buyers in Turkey. Many people died in horrific ways, and people are still being prosecuted for the crimes of more than two decades ago.
In another chapter in this story, a Bosnian Muslim soldier was just sentenced to 14 years in prison for crime he committed during the war. According to reports he took a Serbian man, cut off his head with an axe, and then sawed off the man’s genitals and stuffed them in his mouth:
The state court in Sarajevo on Tuesday sentenced Emir Drakovac to a total of 14 years in prison for committing crimes including murder and torture in the village of Vratsalici in the Rogatica municipality and Zebina Suma in the Foca municipality in 1992.
Drakovac, a member of the Commando Squad of the Bosnian Army’s Kukavice Company, was convicted of having participated in the murder and subsequent mutilation of the body of a civilian in Vratsalici in November 1992, in collaboration with another person.
After having shot at the civilian, Drakovac approached him with an axe and cut his head off, according to the verdict.
He then took the man’s trousers off, cut off his genitals and put them into the dead victim’s mouth.
The court also found that Drakovac, accompanied by another man, tortured a captured member of the Bosnian Serb Army in the village of Zebina Suma in December 1992, by pulling his trousers down and cutting skin from the tip of his penis with a knife.
“There is no doubt that he acted with premeditation and that he was aware of consequences of his actions,” said presiding judge Davorin Jukic.
Drakovac was sentenced to eight years for committing crimes against civilians and seven years for torturing the man in Zebina Suma, although the court decided to impose a cumulative sentence of 14 years. (source)