This shows that the Bosnian government and its entire leadership, including Alija Izetbegovic, was criminal and permitted torture and mutilation.
This former Mujahideen says they were officially to obey the Bosnian army, but that the army was permissive and didn't complain about their killing methods.
"Our route led via Frankfurt to Zagreb, Split and from there via Mostar into Bosnia. Croats and Bosnians let us pass"
It also shows how Croatia (a Catholic country) helped bring these people into the Balkans. The Bosnian Croats would later be on the receiving end of some of the torture, killings and mutilations of the Mujahideen. Only then did the Croats mind - but if the Mujahideens had kept only to murdering Serbs it would have been A-O.K. for the Croats.
Too bad that in the interview they didn't ask him about specific battles/skirmishes/raids he partook in - the when, where (exactly), estimated killed, civilians/army ratio, men/women, elderly/children, etc. This would be helpful about identifying any mass graves too. Likely some of the bodies the Serbs could not bury are claimed to be Muslims when discovered.
Read how the Catholics helped bring the Mujahideen to Bosnia.