The trial of Zijad Mutap and others in the Dženan Memić case began today with the reading of the indictment in the Court of B&H and the presentation of introductory statements by the Defense and the Prosecution. Alisa Mutap-Ramić, Hasan Dupovac, Josip Barić and Muamer Ožegović are the accused.
They are accused of organized crime, namely illegal mediation, prevention of evidence, giving false testimony and aiding and abetting the perpetrator after the crime was committed.
Prosecutor Ćazim Hasanspahić said that by questioning 88 witnesses and submitting 166 pieces of material evidence beyond any reasonable doubt, the Prosecution would confirm the allegations in the indictment that the accused committed the crimes at the time and in the manner described in the indictment.
The prosecutor emphasized that out of 88 witnesses, as many as 15 asked for protective measures. Also, 12 experts will be heard.