A prosecutor of the Special Department for Organised Crime, Economic Crime and Corruption of the Prosecutor’s Office of BiH filed an indictment against Jasmin Selimagic, born in 1987 in Prijedor, previously convicted, citizen of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Milica Milicevic, born in 1986 in Podgorica, Republic of Montenegro, previously convicted, citizen of the Republic of Montenegro Igor Durica, born in 1990 in Prijedor, previously convicted, citizen of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Drago Suvodolac, born in 1997 in Prijedor, a citizen of BiH.
The indictees Jasmin Selimagić and Milica Miličević are charged that in the period between 26.11.2017 and 04.12.2017 they, as members of the group for organised crime from Montenegro, for the purpose of acquiring financial gain, jointly acted in mutually agreed and connected activities and hired the indictees Igor Đurić and Drago Suvodolac to transport, that is, unlawfully transfer – smuggle seven migrants, foreign nationals from Afghanistan and Iran and, for the purpose of smuggling the illegal migrants, carried out a series of preparatory activities for their transportation, accommodation in BiH and handover in order to organise their illegal transfer to EU countries.
In the commission of the criminal offense, the indictees, together with the smuggled persons, were detected and prevented by RS MoI police officers.
The indictees Jasmin Selimagić and Milica Miličević are charged with having committed the criminal offence of Organised Crime in violation of Article 250(4), in conjunction to the criminal offence of Smuggling of People in violation of Article 189(1) of the BiH Criminal Code, and the indictees Igor Đurica and Drago Suvodolac with having committed the criminal offence of Smuggling of People in violation of Article 189(1) of the BiH Criminal Code.
The indictment was forwarded to the Court of BiH for confirmation.