Lisac Pit is a primary mass grave located in the village of Donji Dubovik in the Bosanska Krupa municipality, around 50 kilometres from the city of Prijedor. It is a natural pit, located in a wooded area, where the remains of 54 people were exhumed in 2000, among them two women.
A witness at the trial of Milomir Stakic, the head of the municipal assembly and the local Serb-run Crisis Committee in the Prijedor municipality during wartime, “at the end of July 1992, 44 people were taken out of the Omarska camp and put on a bus. They were told that they were going to Bosanska Krupa for [prisoner] exchange. They were not seen again.”
The mass grave is located in the woods. It is unmarked and neglected, and is not easily identifiable or approachable.
In 2022, the Bosnian state court handed down a first-instance verdict sentencing Dusan Culibrk to 20 years in prison for participating in the murders of 51 civilians in Bosanska Krupa in 1992.
Culibrk, who was a reservist policeman in Bosanska Krupa, was found guilty of taking part in the abduction and murder of 44 Bosniak and Croat prisoners from the Omarska detention camp, among them were women, who were brought by minibus to Donji Dubovik, tied up with wire and shot dead near the Lisac Pit in July 1992. He was also found guilty of participating in the murders of seven other Bosniak civilians near the Lisac Pit in August 1992.
Another suspect, Milorad Kotur, who was charged alongside Culibrk, is being sought for arrest.
The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia sentenced Milomir Stakic to 40 years in prison for crimes of extermination, murder and persecution in the Prijedor area. The crimes listed in the indictment included the killing of people whose bodies were found in the Lisac Pit. Miroslav Kvocka, Dragoljub Prcac, Mladjo Radic, Zoran Zigic and Milojica Kos were also convicted by the ICTY of crimes related to the killing of people whose bodies were found in the Lisac Pit.