Salih Mustafa was the Commander of a BIA guerrilla unit, which operated within the Llap Operational Zone of the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA). The indictment charges him with crimes committed by certain KLA members against persons detained at the detention compound in the village of Zllash, located in the Gollak region in Kosovo. The evidentiary proceedings in this case were closed on 20 June 2022 and the closing statements took place from 13 until 15 September 2022. The trial judgment was pronounced on 16 December 2022: The Trial Panel found the accused guilty of the war crimes of arbitrary detention, torture and murder and sentenced him to a prison sentence of 26 years. There were 8 participating victims in this case. The reparation order in respect of victims was pronounced on 6 April 2023: The Trial Panel ordered Mustafa to pay an overall sum of €207,000 as compensation for the harm inflicted on the victims of the crimes for which he is convicted. On 2 February 2023, Mustafa's Defence filed (confidentially) its notice of appeal against the judgment. The appeal judgment was pronounced on 14 December 2023: the Panel reduced his overall single sentence from 26 years to 22 years of imprisonment, with credit for time served.