Director: Enes Hotić


Trg djece Sarajeva 1, 71000 Sarajevo
Tel.: +387 33 89 72 00, +387 33 89 73 14 Fax.: +387 33 26 66 01


Twenty years ago, Serb authorities in Prijedor, with the support of Yugoslav People's Army, ordered all Croats and Bosniaks to mark their homes with white sheets and to wear white armbands. What followed were persecutions and killings. According to the estimates of the special UN committee, at least 3.227 persons were killed or went missing in Prijedor in the following period between May 1992 and 1995, including 256 women and 102 children. This is considered the greatest crime folowing the genocide which occurred in Srebrenica in 1995. The documentary features for the first time the footage made by the Prijedor unit of State Security Service in Korićanske Stijene, illustrating the scope and cruelty of crime commited by Serb police and military units during the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina.