It is clear from the forensic - psychiatric findings of 3 March 2016, the reasoned findings of the KCUS doctor of 19 July 2016 and other medical documentation that Alisa Mutap, Dženan Memić's ex-girlfriend, was on the fateful day in Great Alley in Ilidža, when Dženan suffered injuries from which he died a day later, was conscious, oriented and communicative.
She knew everything
This is stated in the indictment of the Prosecutor's Office of B&H in the case "Zijad Mutap and others", which was confirmed by the State Court last week.
This means that Alisa Mutap did not have amnesia, as the SC Prosecutor's Office claimed for almost five and a half years, and that she had to remember all the details on the fateful day.
The indictment, which was submitted to "Avaz" from sources close to the Court, clearly shows that Alisa Mutap refused to state all "facts that were very familiar to her as an eyewitness."
- Although based on the provisions of Article 100 of the FB&H Criminal Procedure Code, she was obliged to state all the facts and circumstances that were known to her, she knowingly concealed them, as well as facts that are crucial for determining the death of Dženan Memić and perpetrators - it is stated in the indictment, which, apart from Alisa Mutap, charges her father Zijad Mutap, police officers Hasan Dupovac and Josip Barić and Muamer Ožegović, an employee of the Crystal Hotel in Ilidža, with concealing evidence and perpetrators by faking evidence and concealing facts known to them.
The place of the accident
The indictment alleges that Alisa Mutap refused to do so, creating the illusion that she did not remember the specific event and that she had lost consciousness.
The opposite, however, follows from the medical records, where it is stated that she was conscious and communicative during the examination on the night of 8/9. February 2016 and the specialist finding of the KCUS from February 9, which are decisive facts for determining the manner and place of Dženan Memić's suffering - the indictment alleges.
What does the doctor's report say?
The evidence in the indictment, more precisely the doctor's finding from February 9, 2016, states that Alisa Mutap adequately answers the questions, which, according to the expert, excludes the possibility that the registered injury she had on her head could have caused amnesia.
They planted evidence
The indictment alleges that these five, led by Zijad Mutap, without authorization and without an order from the competent court, seized evidence in the form of video surveillance footage, faked and planted evidence.
- They led the officials of the SC Ministry of the Interior to pass and sign acts that do not correspond to the established facts, submitted fake evidence to the experts, presenting them as real, and thus obstructed and directed the investigation in the wrong direction - it is stated.