Having carried out an operation in which two persons were deprived of liberty as they are suspected of putting into circulation of a larger quantity of counterfeit euro banknotes, the duty Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina questioned the suspects and decided to put forward a motion with the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina to order custody.
VIŠKOVIĆ Goran aka "Vjetar" (1954), accused of committing the criminal offense of Crimes against Humanity under Article 172 of the Criminal Code of BiH directed against the non-Serb civilian population in the municipalities of Vlasenica and Milići, pleaded guilty, in presence of his attorney, to war crimes committed from April 1992 to end of 1993.
A prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH will, within a period provided for by law, send a motion for ordering custody for the suspect who is under investigation in connection with the seizure of large quantities of cigarettes in the value of about BAM 1.3 million.
The activities are being carried out as part of a case in which cooperation between the prosecutorial and other judicial institutions of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Republic of Serbia has been established, with the aim of shedding light on serious criminal offenses.
For this accused person, a sentence of fifteen (15) years in prison has been proposed, which is the most severe sentence in the history of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina within the Plea Agreement on the admission of guilt for organized crime.
After having been contacted by the Indirect Taxation Authority of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the duty Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina coordinated the activities relating to the seizure of the flavoured hookah tobacco with the total market value of BAM 63,500, which did not have the necessary documentation and was found in the facilities in the area of the city of Sarajevo. The duty Prosecutor issued instructions to his employees to document this criminal offense.
On a prosecutor’s order, an investigator of the Special Department for War Crimes is attending the Golo Brdo-Vrela site, Bratunac municipality, where he is coordinating the work of authorised officers carrying out the process of exhumation and search for the mortal remains of missing persons.
A Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina has issued an Indictment against the following person Kukrika Dragutin, born in 1966 in Hrvatska Kostajnica, in the Republic of Croatia, a citizen of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
In the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Acting Chief Prosecutor Milanko Kajganić and his deputies, Diana Kajmaković and Ismet Šuškić, met with the Chief Prosecutor of the Sarajevo Canton Prosecutor’s Office, Sabina Sarajlija, and her associates, Meliha Dugalija and Sead Kreštalica.
A Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina has issued an Indictment against the following person: