Last week’s trial of Banja Luka Police Administration inspectors Zoran Bosnjak and Mikica Marijanac was postponed to June 17th because none of the representatives of the Banja Luka District Prosecutor’s Office appeared at the scheduled main hearing before the Banja Luka Basic Court.
The Prosecution informed the Court in writing that the acting prosecutor, Dalibor Vreco, had a corona and that due to the lack of prosecutors, the Prosecution was unable to find an adequate replacement. Acting judge Radmila Medakovic said at the postponed hearing that the Court was powerless in the given situation and that it had to postpone the hearing.
However, the Basic Court in Banja Luka confirms for Gerila Info that the District Prosecutor’s Office of Banja Luka did not submit proof to that court that the acting judge has the corona virus.
By inspecting the CMS system (System for automatic case management), we determined that the submission of the District Public Prosecutor’s Office in Banja Luka did not provide proof that Prosecutor Dalibor Vreco has a corona, the Banja Luka Basic Court replied.
By the way, inspectors Marijanac and Bosnjak are being tried on the indictment for the criminal offense of preventing evidence in the Dragicevic case. The lawyer of one of the accused, Damir Alagic, said in court that it was in the interest of his client to start the trial as soon as possible. They have previously pleaded not guilty.
The case may become absolutely statute-barred if it is not finalized in the next three years.
Before the start of the trial on April 21st, the group “Justice for David” gathered in front of the Banja Luka Basic Court. Citizens gathered around this informal group complained that the acting prosecutor in this case was Dalibor Vreco. They remind that that prosecutor led the investigation of the murder of David Dragicevic, and they believe that he is one of those who obstructed the investigation.
The investigation into the murder of David Dragicevic, led by the Banja Luka District Prosecutor’s Office, did not yield any results in almost three years. The case was completely taken over by the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina a few days ago.