A Bosnian war criminal wanted for torture in concentration camps arrested in Barcelona

An operation commanded by the General Information Commissioner (CGI) of the National Police has ended with the arrest in Barcelona of a bosnian war criminalon whom a European arrest and extradition order weighed, as EL ESPAÑOL has been able to confirm.

The detainee was 60 years old, he responds to the name of Ado and the authorities of Bosnia-Herzegovina claimed him for torture during the Balkan War.

According to reliable sources consulted by this newspaper, he had performed his services in a concentration camp for prisoners of war during that war in the early 1990s. It would have been in that place, or against prisoners taken during the conflict, where he perpetrated the aforementioned torture.

Legal sources confirm to this newspaper that the fugitive has gone to court this Friday before the National audience. The judge has ordered, after noon, his entry into provisional prison.

Arrest warrant

Ado had been hiding in Spain since at least August 31, 2021. Bosnia issued an international arrest warrant for this individual on February 21 of this year.

He had no known address, but the agents found him frequenting Hospital Plató street, in the Barcelona neighborhood of Sant Gervasi. The arrest was made on September 15.

The fugitive, when approached by the agents of the National Police, who were following his trail, did not put up any type of resistance. He was carrying false documentation and no weapons of any caliber were found on him.

Along with the CGI has collaborated in the investigation the Brigade Information Provincial of Barcelona.

Source: Elespanol

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