The first man that the Serbs stopped was my husband. Then they took other men, too, tied their hands and lined them up in a field just across the road. My uncle’s son and my sister’s son were in the group that was told to step down from tractors. Then they took my son, too. When he saw his father, he stood up, and they took him. He went to his father in the field. My husband told the Serbs that our son was young, so why were they taking him. He was beaten by one of the paramilitary soldiers. . . .
After four years, the remains of my son were found. . . . The remains of my husband were found six months later.
Read more of Faze's interview in Speaking Their Peace.