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MOTION FOR REMAND IN CUSTODY FILED FOR FOUR SUSPECTS APPREHENDED WITHIN THE "MASTER" OPERATION

26.09.2013. 15:28
Prosecutor of the Special Department for Organized Crime, Economic Crime and Corruption within the Prosecutor's Office of BiH filed a motion with the Court of BiH to remand the four suspects arrested by authorized officers of the State Investigation and Protection Agency - SIPA in the operation codenamed "Master", in custody.

Remand in custody was requested for the following suspects:

- K.N. (1974) from Tuzla, a citizen of Bosnia and Herzegovina

- Š. A. (1968) from Brčko District, a citizen of Bosnia and Herzegovina 

- V. Lj. (1966) from Zvornik, a citizen of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and

- L.E. (1966) from Sarajevo, a citizen of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Republic of Serbia.

These suspects are charged with the criminal offense of Organized Crime under Article 250, Paragraph 2 in conjunction with the criminal offense of Abuse of Office or Official Authority under Article 220, Paragraph 3 of the  CC BiH, while the suspect L.E. is charged with the criminal offense of Organized Crime under Article 250, Paragraph 2 in conjunction with the criminal offense of Illegal Interceding under Article 219 of the CC BiH.

The prosecutor requested remand in custody on grounds stipulated in Article 132, Paragraph 1, Subparagraph b) of the CPC BiH.

Remand in custody was, inter alia,  requested due to risk that the suspects could suppress evidence, influence witnesses or accomplices in order to disable the collection of evidence and the hinder the investigation, and due to reasonable doubt that the suspects, if released, could affect the criminal proceedings pending against them.

Motion for remand in custody was submitted to the Court of BiH and the Prosecutor's Office of BiH continues to investigate the case.


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