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PROHIBITING MEASURES PROPOSED FOR ONE PERSON DURING THE “LUTKA” ACTION

28.09.2012. 15:20
The Prosecutor’s Office of BiH has submitted to the Court of BiH a Motion for Imposing Prohibiting Measures on one suspect, who was deprived of liberty in the case with the “Lutka” /“a doll”/ code name, aimed at detecting and prosecuting persons suspected of the gravest criminal offenses of organized crime.    

Prosecutor of the Special Department for Organized Crime, Economic Crime and Corruption of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH has submitted to the Court of BiH a Motion for Imposing Prohibiting Measures on the suspect D.V., born in 1978.

D.V. is subject to investigation by the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH and he is suspected of the criminal offense of Organized Crime, as referred to in Article 250(2) of the Criminal Code of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the Criminal Offense of Organized Criminal Group, as referred to in Article 342(2) of the Criminal Code of the Federation of BiH in conjunction with the criminal offense of Aggravated Robbery, as referred to in Article 289 of the Criminal Code of the Federation of BiH.

The aforementioned suspect was deprived of liberty in late afternoon of 27 September 2012, by police officers of the State Investigation and Protection Agency (SIPA) in cooperation with the officers of the Ministry of Interior of Sarajevo Canton and the Ministry of the Interior of Republika Srpska, and he was then handed over to the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH.   

The suspect is an employee of the Ministry of the Interior of Sarajevo Canton, and he was suspended after the yesterday’s deprivation of liberty.

Having questioned the suspect who gave his statement in the presence of his attorney, the Prosecutor in charge of this case put forward a motion for imposing prohibiting measures for reasons as described in Article 126 and Article 126a of the Criminal Procedure Code of BiH; accordingly, the following measures were  proposed: ban on travelling abroad, prohibition of issuance of a BiH travel document, handing over of BiH travel documents he may have in his possession, prohibition to use identity card for crossing the state border, prohibition from meeting with other suspects in the case and weekly reporting to the relevant police station.   

The motion for imposing prohibiting measures has been forwarded to the Court of BiH, and the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH continues its investigation aimed at filing an Indictment in the case related to the action with the “Lutka” /”a doll”/ code name.   


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