Suspect Radovan Veljović (1954) is charged with having committed a crime against humanity in 1992, namely a rape and sexual abuse.
The found mortal remains will be sent for further forensic processing and identification by way of DNA analysis.
In compliance with the epidemiological measures, Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Gordana Tadić, held separate Collegiums of the Special Department for War Crimes and the Special Department for Organized Crime, Economic Crime and Corruption, to discuss the reorganization of the internal structure of the Prosecutor’s Office, as well as results achieved and activity plans until the end of 2021.
Following several media inquiries in connection with the arrest of Edin Vranj at the border crossing on his entry into the Republic of Serbia, the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH provides the following information:
The accused A.F. (1966) is charged that, on several occasions during 2019 and 2020, through a website of which he is the administrator, as well as through social networks, he continuously publicly posted texts and videos that abound in statements inciting and spreading hatred towards migrants and the migrant population, as well as between the constituent peoples of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The meeting discussed the activities carried out by the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH within the case regarding the death of David Dragičević in March 2018.
The central topics of the meeting were related to the activities and projects of strengthening the rule of law and the fight against organised and serious forms of crime, which are jointly implemented in the activities of the Project and the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH.
Custody measure has been requested due to non-compliance with the prohibiting measures imposed on the suspect by the decision of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
A prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH filed within the legal deadline an appeal against the decision of the Court of BiH, which did not order custody against the suspect Jasmin Mulahusić.
The accused Sena Hamzabegović (1960) is charged with repeatedly sending money in the total amount of around 230,000 BAM to fund terrorist activities and actions of the citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina within the structures that have been declared terrorist organizations and formations, on foreign battlefields in Syria and Iraq.