According to the charges, Milidragovic, former Commander of a squad with the Jahorina Training Center of the Special Brigade with Republika Srpska police, and Golijanin, former Deputy Commander of a squad with that Center, committed genocide in the period from July 10 to 19, 1995.
The prosecution charges Milidragovic with having killed a disabled Bosniak man during a search of the wider Potacari area on July 12 and then separated a group of 15-20 men from their families and killed them on a nearby meadow.
He is charged with having ordered the shooting of about 100 captives in the Agricultural Co-operative in Kravica.
The indictment alleges that Golijanin participated in the capture of several thousand Bosniaks.
The prosecution alleges that he ordered members of the Centre to execute 15 to 20 captives on a meadow on the side of the road leading from Konjevic Polje to Bratunac and personally participated in the execution.
However, both of the accused have Serbian citizenship and reside in Serbia. Serbia does not extradite its own citizens, which is why it is highly unlikely that Milidragovic and Golijanin will be delivered to the Bosnian authorities for prosecution.