The State Commission on Missing Persons (Bosniak) recovered the skeletal remains of 12 individuals on 17-19 June 1998 in a quarry near Gravica, south of Mostar. The remains were badly burned and commingled. The recovered bodies are believed to be Bosniaks arrested or captured by the Croatian Defense Council (HVO) in the summer of 1993 and executed. The report states that the exhumation team knew the names of the deceased and the alleged perpetrators. Place of Exhumation: Bivolje Brdo Exhumation Site: Čapljina Date of Exhumation: 17-19 June 1998 Minimum Number of Exhumed Individuals: 012
Forensic report on individual and mass grave exhumations in Bosnia and Hercegovina created during the Forensic Assistance Project (FAP). The report was authored by: Connor, Melissa
Records of the Physicians for Human Rights' Bosnia Projects: Forensic Assistance Project: Findings (386-2-2)
"Forensic Monitoring Project Report: Bivolje Brdo Exhumation
State Commission on Missing Persons", November 1998. HU OSA 386-2-2-9; Records of the Physicians for Human Rights' Bosnia Projects: Forensic Assistance Project: Findings; Open Society Archives at Central European University, Budapest.
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