Enver Šečić, born in 1974, lived in the village of Voljavica, municipality of Bratunac. With the fall of Srebrenica, he set out on the Death March through Šušnjari. He was the first in a column of 15,000 mostly-unarmed men.
“There was chaos, people were crying, screaming and hallucinating. People were tired, hungry and terrified. On top of all that, we were being attacked by chemical weapons.”
Enver’s horrific survival experience on the Death March route lasted seven days. His brother-in-law Edin (1979) and father-in-law Kemal (1950) were killed on the way to the free territory.
“The hardest thing for me was to tell my wife and mother-in-law that they didn’t survive.”
Enver’s testimony is documented within the multimedia project, “Memento: Fragments of the Srebrenica Genocide,” which is produced by the Srebrenica Memorial Center and the Post-Conflict Research Center.