These accused persons are charged with putting more than 500 grams of the cocaine narcotic drug into circulation, on several occasions, while they were acting as an organized group. The value of the drug in the illegal drug market amounts to more than 50 000 BAM.
According to the preliminary information, the victim is of Croatian ethnicity, killed in 1992, who has been unaccounted for for a long time.
A prosecutor of the Special Department for Organised Crime, Economic Crime and Corruption of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH has filed an indictment against:
The topics discussed at the meeting were the efforts on prosecution of war crimes cases, exhumation processes and search for missing persons.
The accused Nikola Kuzmanović (1994) is charged with the commission of the criminal offence of Money Laundering, in 2019, by disposing of a larger amount of money, which was established to originate from a criminal offence committed abroad.
This suspect is charged with the killing of 44 prisoners from the Omarska camp, which was committed in Donji Dubovik area, in the summer of 1992, as well as with the killing of seven Bosniak civilians who were moving from the direction of Prijedor towards Bihać.
Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina has issued an Indictment against Milan Stoparić, born in 1993 in Brčko, a citizen of Bosnia and Herzegovina, who is charged with illicit trade in approximately 100 kilograms of tobacco.
The aforementioned suspects are under investigation for the criminal offence of receiving a gift or other form of benefit, in connection with the criminal offence of abuse of position or authority.
A Prosecutor of the Special Department for War Crimes of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina has issued an Indictment against the following persons:
At the Miholjevine site, in the municipality of Srebrenica, the process of exhumation commenced on 11 November 2020, upon orders issued by the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and incomplete mortal remains of at least two victims from the past war were found.