At the beginning of next week, a hearing is scheduled in the Court of B&H on the proposal of the Prosecutor's Office of B&H to extend the custody of the accused in the "Dženan Memić" case, Alisa and Zijad Mutap, police officers Hasan Dupovac and Josip Barić and Muamer Ožegović, an employee of the Crystal Hotel in Ilidža.
It is a motion of the Prosecution sent with the indictment.
We remind you that five of them were indicted two weeks ago, but the Court only confirmed the indictment yesterday, which is why the hearing was scheduled.
The accused are charged with organized crime in connection with the criminal offenses of unlawful mediation, aiding the perpetrator after the commission of a criminal offense, preventing evidence and giving false testimony.
In the meantime, everyone was released to defend themselves from freedom, but the decision of the Appellate Panel on the appeal of the Prosecutor's Office of B&H is still pending.
Specifically, the judge requested that two motions be filed to extend custody, which the Prosecution did. But the court rejected a motion to extend custody from the investigation.
According to the motion attached to the indictment, the custody of the accused may last up to two years, and the organizer, Zijad Mutap, up to three years.
The Prosecutor's Office of B&H charges the five with organized crime and preventing the discovery and proving the death of Dženan Memić, a young man who died on February 15th, 2016, after severe injuries. It is suspected that they joined a criminal group organized to cover up evidence of the manner in which Memić received life-threatening injuries in Velika Aleja on Ildža, on February 8 of the same year.
The Indictment alleges that Ramić, Mutap, Dupovac, Barić and Ožegović concealed and faked evidence, and that the accused Mutap allegedly had contacts with several persons, including the accused, and committed illegal acts with them personally and in agreement, ie together have committed illegal acts.
It is about unauthorized and without an order of the competent court seizure of evidence in the form of video surveillance footage, planting evidence, establishing acts that do not correspond to the facts, submitting fake evidence for expertise and obstructing and directing the investigation in the wrong direction.