After the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina began to unravel the tangle of crimes that covered up and covered up the murder of Dzenan Memic, it officially took over the investigation into the murder of David Dragicevic.
Ifet Feraget, a lawyer for the Memic and Dragicevic families, said that the two cases were almost identical in the way the suspects acted and that he hoped that those responsible for the crime would be arrested soon and that it was covered up.
In the coming days, I expect an order to conduct an investigation. As in Dzenan’s case, it is about organized crime, ie a combination of prosecutors, police, courts and court experts. The scenario is the same as with Dzenan. These are 10 to 12 people who are involved depending on who will have what status in the case. It is much easier to cover up the murder, to destroy the evidence, than to determine the exact circumstances under which that same evidence was destroyed. I think this investigation will proceed quickly, because we have all the evidence, everything is supported by documentation. We have the report of the inquiry committee that passed the RS Assembly. In addition, there are analyzes of experts, testimonies of witnesses, orders to conduct an investigation, which was just an attempt to cover up the murder – Feraget explained.
Abuse of official duty
Earlier, it was announced from the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina to take over the case of the District Public Prosecutor’s Office in Banja Luka, it refers to the investigation of the criminal offense against life to the detriment of the injured David Dragicevic from Banja Luka.
The case taken over by the Republic Public Prosecutor’s Office of the Republic of Srpska refers to several persons for actions against official duty that may be related to the commission of a criminal offense against life to the detriment of the injured party, David Dragicevic, as well as failure to report the crime and the perpetrator. works.
The Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina is committed to resolving cases of systemic corruption, and strengthening the rule of law and protecting the rights of victims, guaranteed by the Constitution of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the European Convention on Human Rights, the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina said.
Source: Dnevni avaz