The accused are charged with crimes against humanity, including the killings of more than 300 persons, persecutions and abuse of civilians and prisoners of war, as well as the destruction of 38 orthodox temples, churches and religious objects.
After the father of the victim Dženan Memić had requested audience with the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH, he was invited to a meeting with Acting Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH, Gordana Tadić, and her associates who work on the case which has already been formed in the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH on the basis of earlier reports from the Memić family.
Acting Chief Prosecutor, Gordana Tadić, has held a Collegium of the Special Department or War Crimes and the Department III and has met with the Heads of the respective Departments, Heads of the Departments’ Sections, the Departments’ Prosecutors and Legal Officers.
Acting Chief Prosecutor, Gordana Tadić, has held a Collegium of the Department II, and has met with the Head of the Department, Heads of the Department’s respective Sections, the Department’s Prosecutors and Legal Officers.
On the order of a prosecutor from the Special Department for Organised Crime, Economic Crime and Corruption, an extensive operation within fight against drugs has been carried out from early morning hours in the area of Bijeljina and the surrounding area.
The suspects were deprived of their liberty within an operation of the Border Police of BiH, in the area of Tjentište, and are charged with the organised smuggling of illegal migrants from Pakistan and Nepal, who they smuggled from Montenegro to BiH.
The proposed sentence includes one year of imprisonment, confiscation of unlawfully acquired material gain in the approximate amount of BAM 6700 and confiscation of objects used in the perpetration of the criminal offence.