Indictment against five people in the case of the murder of Dzenan Memic

The Prosecutor’s Office of BiH has filed an indictment against five people for organized crime and preventing the discovery and proving of Dzenan Memic’s suffering.

The prosecution will prove the allegations of the prosecution by calling 88 witnesses, 16 of which with the assigned protection measures, as well as by enclosing about 150 pieces of evidence.

The Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH has filed an indictment against:

Mutap Zijada, born in 1959 in Sarajevo
Ramic Alise (formerly Mutap), born in 1996 in Germany,
Dupovac Hasana, born in 1973 in Hadžići
Barić Josip, born in 1963 in Sarajevo
Ožegović Muamer, born in 1981 in Foca

The Accused are charged with joining an organized crime group formed by Zijad Mutap and others between February 8, 2016 and onwards, which was organized to conceal evidence of the manner in which Dzenan Memic was Muriz’s son. born in 1994, suffered severe life-threatening bodily injuries on February 8, 2016 in Velika Aleja, Ilidža Municipality, as a result of which the injury occurred on February 15, 2016. passed away at the Clinical Center Sarajevo.

The indictment alleges that the accused covered up the evidence and the perpetrators by faking evidence, concealing facts known to them, and taking actions aimed at concealing the actual manner in which Memic Dzenan suffered serious, life-threatening bodily injuries.

According to the Indictment, by prior agreement, the Accused Mutap Zijad had contacts with several persons, including the Accused, who personally, as well as in agreement with him and his instructions, in order to cover up the perpetrator and the manner of Dženan Memić’s death, committed illegal acts. which: unauthorizedly and without an order of the competent court seized evidence in the form of video surveillance footage, unauthorizedly faked and planted evidence that really did not, induced officials of the KS Ministry of the Interior to pass and sign acts that do not correspond to the established facts, submitted fake evidence presenting the expert reports as real, thus obstructing and directing the investigation in the wrong direction, concealing facts known to them, destroying evidence gathered from the scene relating to the death of Memić Dženan, all with the intention of concealing the real perpetrators and the actual manner in which Memić Dženan sustained the severe bodily injuries from which he died.

The accused are charged with the following criminal offenses:

-Organized crime in connection with criminal offenses: Illegal mediation, Assistance to the perpetrator after the commission of a criminal offense, Prevention of proof and Giving false testimony.

The Prosecutor’s Office of BiH continues to work intensively in this case in relation to other registered persons.

BHRT

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