The District Public Prosecutor’s Office submitted an explanation for the suspension of the criminal proceedings against Sofija Grmusa and Ozren Perduv

On April 21st, 2021 the District Public Prosecutor’s Office sent an explanation why the investigation was suspended due to the criminal offense of endangering security under Article 150/2 of the RS Criminal Code, and in connection with Article 38 (incitement), because there is insufficient evidence that the suspects committed the said criminal offense. The explanation still does not state why Davor Dragicevic’s case was separated and why the investigation against him is still being conducted only under another number.

Namely, 08.02.2021 activists Sofija Grmusa and Ozren Perduv were informed that the District Public Prosecutor’s Office had issued an order suspending the investigation against Sofija Grmusa and Ozren Perduv for the criminal offense of endangering security under Article 150/2 of the Republic of Srpska Criminal Code, in conjunction with Article 28 of the Republic of Srpska Criminal Code. Also by letter dated 15th of February 2021 you informed us that the proceedings against Davor Dragicevic were separated from the proceedings against Sofija Grmusa and Ozren Perduv.

The response from the District Public Prosecutor’s Office arrived quickly, but the response was again only a notice that the proceedings against Sofija Grmusa and Ozren Perduv were terminated and that the proceedings against Davor Dragičević were separated from theirs, and that there was no explanation as to why. Therefore, Sofija Grmusa and Ozren Perduv once again submitted a request to the District Public Prosecutor’s Office to be granted access to information on the basis of the Law on Freedom of Access to Information in the Republic of Srpska, in connection with case number T13 0 KT 0055622 21 “, the request states.

On April 20th, 2021 Sofija Grmusa and Ozren Perduv sent a request to the District Public Prosecutor’s Office in Banja Luka to provide them with access to information related to certain cases. The acting prosecutor in this case is Tanja Mrdja.

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