The Indictment alleges that the accused, in the time of war in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the armed conflict in the territory of municipalities Nevesinje, Kalinovik, Gacko and Bileća, took part in the persecution of Bosniak and Croat civilians. The Indictment further alleges that members of the Public Security Station Gacko, under the command of Krsto Savić, had taken part in the persecution of Bosniak civilians from Gacko Municipality. The Indictment also alleges that members of the Public Security Station Kalinovik, on 25 June 1992, organized and carried out the arrest of all Bosniak men in Kalinovik and the neighbouring villages of Mjehovina, Jalašce and Vihovići. They had detained the arrested civilians in the Primary School Miladin Radojević where they were kept until 7 July 1992. On 5 August 1992, allegedly, all detained men, around 80 of them were loaded on trucks and taken away, after which they were executed in the place called Ratine and the location of the Miljevina tunnels.
According to the charges of the Indictment, in the period from June 1992 to September 1992, the accused Milko Mučibabić, together with other members of the Public Security Station Nevesinje, took part in the arrest and torture of Bosniak and Croatian civilians in Nevesinje. On 7 September 2007 in a family house, Nevesinje Municipality, the Accused Mučibabić, allegedly, illegally kept fire arms and ammunition.