Following the DNA analysis in the forthcoming period, it is expected that the identity of the persons whose remains are found will be established.
Chief Prosecutor of the UN International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals Serge Brammertz and Chief Prosecutor of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina Gordana Tadic met today in Sarajevo in preparation for Prosecutor Brammertz’s upcoming report to the UN Security Council and to discuss issues of mutual concern.
The analysis of the current situation in the fight against terrorism, as well as the prosecution of returnees from foreign battlefields, were the central topics of the meeting.
These three suspects are citizens of Turkey, Iraq and the Federal Republic of Germany, respectively, who are under investigation as they are suspected to have been smuggling, for a longer period of time, migrants from the Middle East across the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina and towards the border with the Republic of Croatia.
The measure of custody has been proposed due to the risk of the suspect’s flight.
Chief Prosecutor Gordana Tadić and Prosecutors from the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina have had the roles of moderators, presenters and participants, respectively, regarding several topics from prosecutorial practice that fall within the jurisdiction of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
After taking office, the new prosecutors will be assigned to the prosecutorial departments of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH.
A probation sentence in the duration of 1 year and 6 months proposed. The accused Adnan Aličić, born in 1979, from Ključ, fully admitted his guilt in the presence of his lawyer, for the criminal offences with which he is charged under the indictment of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH.
A one-year prison sentence, confiscation of unlawful material gain amounting to € 3,500 and a ban on performing official duties for a period of five years are proposed.
An Investigator of the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina is present in the field today, together with the representatives of the International Residual Mechanism for the Criminal Tribunals (IRMCT) and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) who are members of the Operational Group on Missing Persons.