These are police officers who, on the fateful night of February the 8th 2016, when Dženan was killed in the presence of Alice Mutap, misdirected the investigation in the wrong direction.The acting Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Cazim Hasanspahic, announced that the investigation in the case of Dženan Memić will be expanded soon, so that the names of several police officers will be on his radar.
Namely, these are police officers who, and for which the Prosecution already has evidence, on the fateful night of February the 8th 2016, when Dženan was killed in the presence of Alice Mutap, led the investigation in the wrong direction with incorrect information.
The ball unwinds
In that way, the ball in this case, after the investigation was taken over by the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina, slowly began to unravel. It is a matter of days when SIPA will knock on the doors of new suspects.
It is suspected that they failed to inform the authorities in a timely manner that, apart from Alice and Dženan, he suffered severe injuries, which will turn out to be fatal.
Due to that, the young man was not given medical help in time, which was fatal as it turned out later. According to “Avaz”, among the suspects are two members of the police, who have already testified about this case in November 2016. These are the police officers who first came across the scene, and one of them allegedly took a photo of Jenan lying injured on the road in a pool of blood.
He only subsequently informed his superiors. The prosecution believes that these persons, in order to conceal the evidence, knowingly informed their superiors that only one person was injured. It was only after less than an hour that they reported that another person had been injured and would be treated as part of an organized crime group.
Suspect in custody
We remind you that a few days ago, Zijad Mutap, the father of Alisa Mutap, and Hasan Dupovac, the former head of the Traffic Investigation Sector of the Sarajevo Canton Ministry of the Interior, were arrested. They are charged with the criminal offenses of organized crime, illegal mediation and aiding and abetting the perpetrator after the commission of the criminal offense. They were also ordered into one-month custody yesterday.
Many officials and police officers are now afraid of the Prosecutor’s Office’s investigations.