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CUSTODY PROPOSED AGAINST EIGHTEEN SUSPECTS AND PROHIBITING MEASURES AGAINST FIVE SUSPECTS IN THE ‘BLACK TIE 2’ CASE

24.04.2024. 09:01
Having questioned the suspects, the prosecutor from the Special Department for Organized Crime, Economic Crime and Corruption in charge of this case put forward a motion with the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, seeking custody measure to be ordered against eighteen (18) suspects, and prohibiting measures against five (5) suspects.  
  • CUSTODY PROPOSED AGAINST EIGHTEEN SUSPECTS AND PROHIBITING MEASURES AGAINST FIVE SUSPECTS IN THE ‘BLACK TIE 2’ CASE
  • CUSTODY PROPOSED AGAINST EIGHTEEN SUSPECTS AND PROHIBITING MEASURES AGAINST FIVE SUSPECTS IN THE ‘BLACK TIE 2’ CASE
  • CUSTODY PROPOSED AGAINST EIGHTEEN SUSPECTS AND PROHIBITING MEASURES AGAINST FIVE SUSPECTS IN THE ‘BLACK TIE 2’ CASE
  • CUSTODY PROPOSED AGAINST EIGHTEEN SUSPECTS AND PROHIBITING MEASURES AGAINST FIVE SUSPECTS IN THE ‘BLACK TIE 2’ CASE
  • CUSTODY PROPOSED AGAINST EIGHTEEN SUSPECTS AND PROHIBITING MEASURES AGAINST FIVE SUSPECTS IN THE ‘BLACK TIE 2’ CASE
  • CUSTODY PROPOSED AGAINST EIGHTEEN SUSPECTS AND PROHIBITING MEASURES AGAINST FIVE SUSPECTS IN THE ‘BLACK TIE 2’ CASE
  • CUSTODY PROPOSED AGAINST EIGHTEEN SUSPECTS AND PROHIBITING MEASURES AGAINST FIVE SUSPECTS IN THE ‘BLACK TIE 2’ CASE

The aforementioned measures were mostly proposed in order to prevent obstruction of the investigation, concealing evidence or exerting influence on witnesses or accomplices, and to ensure unhindered work of the prosecutor’s office and its partner police agencies and foreign partner institutions.

 

The motion for custody and prohibiting measures has been forwarded to the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and a hearing is expected to be scheduled before the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, where the prosecutor will explain in detail and present in court the reasons for custody, as well as arguments that speak in favour of ordering custody and prohibiting measures.

 


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