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Indictment filed against three persons for terrorism

10. August 2011. | 10:36

Source: BH Daily News

BiH Prosecutor’s Office filed an indictment against three persons charged with terrorism, financing of terrorist activities and illegal possession of weapons or explosive substances.

BiH Prosecutor’s Office filed an indictment against three persons charged with terrorism, financing of terrorist activities and illegal possession of weapons or explosive substances.

The indictments were filed against Zijad Dervisevic from Travnik, Sefer Amel from Travnik and Sasa Bonic from Zenica.

The three of them are charged with having planned a terrorist act at the beginning of April 2011. Zijad Dervisevic collected the funds and handed the amount over to Amel Sefer, in order to pay for execution of the terrorist act of setting an explosive device under the vehicle of Pero Mamic, representative at Zenica-Doboj Canton Assembly.

They were first following Pero Mamic and then planned the terrorist act, supplied the explosive step-on mine and set it on April 11th 2011 under the left wheel of the vehicle that Mamic used to get to the parking place in front of the Cantonal Government in Zenica.

The explosive device was activated when the representatives Ivo Tadic and Pero Mamic stepped into the vehicle. They were seriously injured.

According to the announcement of BiH Prosecutor’s Office, the accused committed the terrorist act because they intended to seriously intimidate the citizens and to disturb and destroy the main political and social structures of BiH, preventing the constitution of government in FBiH.

The indictment also reads that Sefer Amel illegally supplied and possessed 46 bullets of 7.9-mm caliber and three bombs, in his house in Travnik on April 14th 2011.

The indictment was forwarded to BiH Court.


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