|Location||Ahatovići, Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|Date||2 June 1992 (Central European Time)|
|Attack type||Mass Killing|
|Perpetrators||Republika Srpska Army|
On June 2, 1992 the village was attacked after heavy shelling by the Republika Srpska Army. Sixty-four Bosniaks men and boys aged 15–75 were taken prisoner. They were held for days, tortured and on June 14, 1992 put on a bus after being told that they would be part of a prisoner exchange. Once the bus arrived at the village of Sokoline the Serbs fired on the bus with automatic weapons and threw grenades in. 47 of the men were killed and eight survived by hiding under the bodies of their fellow prisoners. In 1996, about 50 bodies were exhumed.
The atrocity was overlooked until 2001 when a Dutch TV channel made a documentary about the massacre. The program was entitled Good Husband, Dear Son and visited the village. Survivors of the massacre were interviewed about the war and their lives before and after.
- Burns, John F. (27 November 1992). "A Killer's Tale -- A special report.; A Serbian Fighter's Path of Brutality". The New York Times. http://www.nytimes.com/1992/11/27/world/a-killer-s-tale-a-special-report-a-serbian-fighter-s-path-of-brutality.html?sec=&spon=&pagewanted=all.
- "Bosnia Officials Dig Up Remains of 50 Muslims". Los Angeles Times. 25 June 1996. http://articles.latimes.com/1996-06-25/news/mn-18237_1_muslim-men.
- Sadovic, Merdijana (9 November 2005). "Massacre Survivor Testifies". Institute for War & Peace Reporting. http://iwpr.net/report-news/massacre-survivor-testifies.