Bosnian Court charged Five Member Group of Organized Crime

February 20, 2020 1:15 PM

 

On 13 January 2020, the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina confirmed the indictment in the case of Almir Hadžiahmetović et al. charging the accused Almir Hadžiahmetović with the criminal offense of Organized Crime under Article 250(3) of the Criminal Code of Bosnia and Herzegovina (CC BiH), as read with the criminal offense of International Enticing Persons into Prostitution under Article 187(1) of the CC BiH, and the accused Ermin Šakalo, Alen Hodžić, Abdulah Međić and Almir Grgić with the criminal offense of Organized Crime under Article 250(2) of the CC BiH, as read with the criminal offense of International Enticing Persons into Prostitution under Article 187(1) of the CC BiH.

The Indictment alleges that the accused Almir Hadžiahmetović was the ringleader of a group for organized crime, which existed from January 2015 to November 2016, whose members included the accused Abdulah Međić, Ermin Šakalo, Alen Hodžić and the underage H.A. (who is currently undergoing proceedings before the Municipal Court in Velika Kladuša), and later on also the accused Almir Grgić. The Group was operating in collusion and in concert, by enticing and inducing girls to provide sexual services in countries whose citizenship they did not have, and by promising them good earnings and travel to foreign countries to serve rich clients.

The accused Almir Hadžiahmetović used the money earned this way by the girls offering sexual services in Germany and Austria to make a profit in the amount of at least 154,858.99 BAM, while group members Ermin Šakalo, Alen Hodžić, Abdulah Međić and Almir Grgić made a profit in a yet undetermined amount, the Indictment stated.

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