The accused Đorđe Nedimović (1976), from Novi Sad, is charged with smuggling a large quantity of various narcotic drugs from Serbia to Bosnia and Herzegovina, intended for sale on the illegal drug market in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The accused Marko Danilović (1999) from Herceg Novi is charged with smuggling about 55 kilos of the narcotic drug marijuana - ‘skunk’ from the territory of Montenegro to Bosnia and Herzegovina with an intention to smuggle it further to the Republic of Croatia, but was detected and prevented to do that and the narcotic drug was seized.
A motion proposing prohibiting measures will be forwarded to ensure the unimpeded conduct of the investigation in this case.
The activities relate to the obligations arising from the National Strategy for Work on War Crimes Cases, as well as from the Judge Joanna Korner’s Report on prosecution of war crimes cases at the State level in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Custody has been proposed due to the risk of flight and the danger that, if at large, the suspects might hinder the inquiry, conceal evidence and influence witnesses or accessories.
The meeting was held with the representatives of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) involved in a regional war crimes project.
The Indictment pertains to the threats to attack the life and safety of the former Head of the EU Mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Mr. Lars Gunar Wigemark, and the Chief Prosecutor Gordana Tadić, respectively.
One of the suspects was arrested after the questioning by the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina, whereas the other suspect was located and deprived of liberty in the area of Sokolac.
The suspects are charged that in September 1992, as part of a widespread and systematic attack on the Bosniak civilian population, they planned, organised and took part in the killing of 44 Bosniak civilians from the village of Novoseoci in the Sokolac municipality and in the persecution of civilians from the said area.
Activities are aimed at detecting and prosecuting the criminal offences of electoral fraud committed during the 2018 general elections.