Source: Sarajevo grad
According to the order of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina, members of the State Investigation and Protection Agency seized this morning the documentation related to the movement of ambulances and the manner of communication and intervention of medical teams when arriving at the scene of Alisa Mutap and Dzenan Memic on the night of February 8th, 2016.
This is how we find out about the complete documentation that will shed light on the way in which the severely injured Dzenan was treated.
Ifet Feraget, the lawyer of the Memic family, has been fighting for five years to prove Dzenan’s murder, and the perpetrators and those who ordered it have been arrested. He told us today that the documentation from the Emergency Room will prove the connection of the individuals who did everything possible to cover up the murder.
We are interested in February 8th-9th, 2016, from “A to Z”. Each call to the Emergency Room is recorded audio. This is where every step is recorded. Vehicles that are in the field are in communication with the communication center. All this must be recorded. Now the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina and SIPA are interested in: Who was where, who was he with, when did he leave and when did he arrive? So, everything must be properly recorded. There are a lot of obvious omissions here. I’m not just talking about the Emergency Room, I have a feeling that they didn’t want to report in time that Dzenan was seriously injured – Feraget claims.
He believes that the evidence that was excluded from the Emergency Room is very important because there are indications to the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina that the night was full of numerous illegalities.
Dad, call your people
For example, the detail when the ambulance came and helped Alisa, who had a minor bodily injury on her head, ie on her scalp. She was probably also hit on the head, but it was a minor bodily injury. And, when they helped her, only then, the policemen watching Dzenan die, say to the doctor: “Yeah, there’s another injured face here, and Dzenan is choking on blood.” I discovered that detail right at the beginning and I could not understand those actions. Even then, it indicated the organization and the plan. So the ambulance came and it was logical to help Dzenan first, because Alisa was on her feet waving the phones and telling Zijad Mutapu: “Dad, call your people”, and they let the guy bleed. And, now the response of these police officers from the Directorate for Coordination of Police Bodies is “that they did not remember in time”. These are very dangerous things. There was some intent. The Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina will find out who planned what. The emergency room was called twice by the police of the Ilidza Police Department, and twice by the DKP – Feraget explains.
As lawyer Feraget revealed to us, the very method in which it was reported was, to put it mildly, inhumane.
The first police officer from the DKP called his boss. So then the boss called the Emergency Room. And that manager called the Emergency room in a very strange way. He says: “The girl hit a tree with a car.” These are all ear-splitting details. The ambulance arrived in time in relation to the time of the received call, there is no dispute. Dzenan’s medical treatment itself has been questionable and will be reconsidered, as not all the circumstances have been established. Some of this documentation was submitted to the KS Prosecutor’s Office, but now the Bosnia and Herzegovina Prosecutor’s Office has requested everything. The Sarajevo Prosecutor’s Office did not receive complete documentation regarding the Emergency Room, which is why this action was done. One detail can be ignored, and that should be the most important in the investigation. That lack of documentation can also cause a problem in the investigation – Feraget concluded.