INDICTMENT ISSUED AGAINST RAMIZ DŽUZDANOVIĆ FOR COUNTERFEITING OF MONEY12.05.2014. 15:13
The accused is charged with acquiring, in an undetermined manner, counterfeit 10 Euro and 20 Euro banknotes in the total amount of EUR 5,000, in the territory of the Republic of France, and bringing that money to Bosnia and Herzegovina with the intention of bringing it into circulation as genuine money, but he was prevented from doing so.
According to the allegations in the Indictment, Džuzdanović hid most of the counterfeit money in the house of a third person, in Kladanj, using that house as a base location for storing counterfeit banknotes, whereas part of the money he took with himself and brought it into circulation as genuine, on several occasions, in places near the mentioned location.
When the employees reported the circulation of counterfeit Euros to the police, the police identified the accused and he was deprived of liberty. During the search of the aforementioned facility, police officers found the rest of the counterfeit money, as well as part of the money acquired by the commission of the criminal offense.
The accused is charged to have intentionally perpetrated a number of identical criminal offenses with temporal connection, by acquiring false money with the aim of bringing it into circulation as genuine and bringing the false money into circulation as genuine, whereby he committed the criminal offense of Counterfeiting of Money, as referred to in Article 205 as read with Article 54 of the Criminal Code of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The Indictment has been forwarded to the Court of BiH for confirmation.
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