Prosecutor Dalibor Vreco did not appear at the main trial scheduled for today before the Basic Court in Banja Luka, which is being conducted against the crime technicians of the Banja Luka Police Administration, which is why the trial was postponed.
According to the Prosecution, Vreco is infected with Kovid – 19, which is why he was not able to attend the trial. The letter sent to the court states that seven jobs are currently vacant in the Banja Luka District Prosecutor’s Office, as well as that some prosecutors are on vacation, which is why they were not able to find an adequate replacement for the infected prosecutor Vreco.
Before the trial began, activists of the group “Justice for David” gathered in front of the court and said that this trial was absurd, precisely because the lawsuit was filed by Dalibor Vreco, whose name is linked to the cover-up of the investigation into the murder of David Dragicevic.
Criminal technicians Zoran Bosnjak and Mikica Marajanac are on trial because of suspicion of committing the crime of preventing evidence, ie on suspicion of destroying David Dragicevic’s underwear, which could and should have served as evidence in the investigation. although he was called as a witness, inspector Kojdic did not appear in court today. As the acting judge announced, Kojdic was not “properly informed”, because the summons was not delivered to the address where he is staying, which is different from the address that the court has.
“Justice for David” activists also pointed out the incomprehensible situation that inspector Sinisa Kojdic, who was the superior of these two technicians at the time of the investigation, was left out of the indictment.
According to the allegations from the investigation, which were previously published by the media, Kojdic was the one who ordered the underwear to be thrown away as evidence. And he said these words: “F..k underwear, it is obvious that he had one”
The case related to the murder of David Dragicevic was recently taken over by the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The lawyer of the Dragicevic family, Ifet Feraget, said on that occasion that the arrest of 10 to 12 people connected with this crime can be expected soon.