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CUSTODY PROPOSED AGAINST THREE PERSONS AND PROHIBITING MEASURES AGIANST FOURTEEN PERSONS IN CASE CODENAMED ‘PYRAMID’

29.04.2024. 13:17
Having questioned the suspects, the prosecutor from the Section for Combatting Trafficking in Persons and Illegal Migrations in charge of this case put forward a Motion with the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, seeking custody measures and prohibiting measures, respectively, to be ordered against the persons suspected as part of the operation codenamed ‘Pyramid’, which was carried out with foreign partner institutions to fight organized illegal migrations and migrant smuggling.

The measure of custody was proposed against the following suspects:

1.    Selim Delić aka ’Selko’, born in 1997 in Bihać, residing in Cazin, a citizen of Bosnia and Herzegovina
2.    Amel Mušinbegović aka ‘Ćelo’, born in 1981 in Visoko, where he resides, a citizen of Bosnia and Herzegovina
3.    Dženeta Hadžiosmanović, born in 1999 in Sarajevo, residing in Visoko, a citizen of Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • CUSTODY PROPOSED AGAINST THREE PERSONS AND PROHIBITING MEASURES AGIANST FOURTEEN PERSONS IN CASE CODENAMED ‘PYRAMID’

The suspects in the ‘Pyramid’ case are subject to investigation and are accused, as an organized group with clearly divided roles and tasks, to have found and recruited, and then transported, accommodated and smuggled illegal migrants from the territory of the Una-Sana Canton to the territory of the Republic of Croatia and the EU, charging large sums of money, as much as 1,500 euros or even more per a smuggled person, and in that way they acquired large amounts of unlawful property gain.

Evidence was collected indicating that the said suspects participated in the smuggling of around 600 migrants, including around 100 minors.

In order to ensure the unhindered conduct of the proceedings, prohibiting measures were proposed against fourteen (14) persons, which prohibit the suspects from meeting with each other or contacting each other, either directly or indirectly.

Prohibiting measures were proposed against the following suspects:

1. Elvir Kaplan, born in 1972 in Visoko, a citizen of Bosnia and Herzegovina,
2. Tarik Halilović, born in 1988 in Visoko, a citizen of Bosnia and Herzegovina,
3. Eldin Šehagić, born in 1999 in Zenica, a citizen of Bosnia and Herzegovina,
4. Anes Šečerović, born in 1989 in Visoko, a citizen of Bosnia and Herzegovina,
5. Rasim Ganić, born in 1986 in Visoko, a citizen of Bosnia and Herzegovina,
6. Almir Muhović, born in 1999 in Visoko, a citizen of Bosnia and Herzegovina,
7. Nihad Nizić, born in 1983 in Sarajevo, a citizen of Bosnia and Herzegovina,
8. Dragan Perak, born in 2002 in Nova Bila, a citizen of Bosnia and Herzegovina,
9. Ermin Bajrić, born in 1988 in Sarajevo, a citizen of Bosnia and Herzegovina,
10. Sanela Delić, born in 1999 in Velika Kladuša, a citizen of Bosnia and Herzegovina,
11. Kemal Karajić, born in 1988 in Bihać, a citizen of Bosnia and Herzegovina,
12. Rasim Samardžić, born in 1952 in Cazin, a citizen of Bosnia and Herzegovina,
13. Redžo Delić, born in 1987 in Bihać, a citizen of Bosnia and Herzegovina,
14. Zuhdija Nadarević, born in 1970 in Cazin, a citizen of Bosnia and Herzegovina.


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