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30 May 2018 – News: DNA reports, traseological expertise and gunpowder forensic analysis reports delivered with regard to attack on ND ''Vijesti'' journalist

With regard to the case opened at the High State Prosecutor's Office in Podgorica, in connection with the incident in which NN person had wounded ND ''Vijesti'' journalist, O.L. the public was informed twice about actions undertaken in this case. In addition to the actions undertaken, DNA reports, traseological expertise and gunpowder forensic analysis reports were submitted to this prosecutor's office after Forensic Centre in Danilovgrad conducted forensic examination upon the order of the prosecutor.

In the course of the proceedings, the prosecution office will gather all evidence and data related to the commission of the criminal offence in question, and with the aim of shedding light on the incident it will undertake all necessary actions, examine all persons considered to be able to contribute to shedding light on the case circumstances by giving statements, where occupation and other characteristics of those persons are irrelevant to making decisions on performing these actions.


16 May 2018 – News: High State Prosecutor’s Office in Podgorica undertakes actions for the purpose of shedding light on attack on ND “Vijesti” journalist

As the public has already been informed, a case has been opened at the High State Prosecutor’s Office in Podgorica with regard to the incident in which a journalist of the independent daily “Vijesti” O.L. has been wounded by NN person, and for now, the event concerned has been qualified as an attempted homicide to the detriment of O.L.

In the light of the case concerned, an attending prosecutor carried out a preliminary investigation in the presence of authorised police officers of the Police Directorate and took the traces found on that occasion. Also, an order was issued for the Police to undertake all necessary measures and actions within their competence, while, on the same night, after the preliminary investigation was carried out, several people were examined in the capacity of witnesses in the prosecution office. After that, the statement of the injured party was about to be taken, but it was not done since the injured party was not able to give a statement. In addition, the Prosecution Office issued orders to the Forensic Centre in Danilovgrad to conduct a forensic examination of all traces on-the-spot and a request to the investigative judge of the High Court in Podgorica to issue an order for collection of basic traffic data in the area of Podgorica. After the conditions were met, a journalist O.L. was examined in the capacity of a witness - injured party on two occasions, and the process of undertaking actions of examining several persons in certain capacities is underway.

 All given actions are being undertaken for the purpose of shedding light on the criminal offence in question and identification of the perpetrator himself, and in further proceedings, the Prosecution Office will inform the public timely about all important facts significant for the proceedings, which may be provided to the public.

 


27 April 2018 – News

Having gathered evidence in the preliminary investigation in the case which the Basic State Prosecutor's Office in Berane opened in relation to „Vijesti“ press clipping of 15 April 2017 saying: Democrats: „Watch vote buying in DPS' headquarters“, it has been found that in the concrete case there are no grounds for a criminal prosecution of a certain person for the criminal offence prosecuted by virtue of office. 


26 April 2018 – News: Bill of indictment submitted for endangering safety of journalist of ND „Vijesti“

Basic State Prosecutor's Office in Bar has submitted a bill of indictment against the accused M.C from Bar, for the criminal offence of endangering safety committed to the detriment of the journalist S.Đ. of the independent daily „Vijesti“.
With regard to the text published in the independent daily “Vijesti”, the accused has been charged with threatening the injured party S.Đ. by phone on 20 April 2018.


 

25 April 2018 – News: Three persons deprived of liberty for usury

Upon the order of a prosecutor of the Basic State Prosecutor's Office in Nikšić, police officers of the Police Directorate – Security Centre Nikšić deprived of liberty three persons (P.I, R.P. and K.S.) on a reasonable suspicion that they had committed the criminal offence of usury.

The three persons were brought to the Basic State Prosecutor's Office in Nikšić for hearing. 

There is a reasonable suspicion that at the beginning of 2018 in Nikšić, the suspects were lending money to the injured party G.N. from Nikšić, stipulating disproportionate material gain of 10% and 8% monthly interest for the amount lent and that the injured party G.N. guaranteed repayment of the lent money by pledging two “Scoda” passenger land vehicles.  


23 April 2018 – News: Supreme State Prosecutor talked to representatives of the Bavarian State Ministry of Justice

Today, in the premises of the Supreme State Prosecutor's Office, the Supreme State Prosecutor Ivica Stanković and his associates have talked to the representatives of the Bavarian State Ministry of Justice, Eduard Pfaff and Michael Haussner, who are paying a visit to Montenegro for the purpose of providing expert support to the project of construction of the building for the State Prosecution of Montenegro.

The Supreme State Prosecutor made his interlocutors familiar with present capacities of the state prosecution office stressing the challenges and problems that institution is facing with, due to inadequate spatial capacities, particularly in relation to state prosecutor's offices having seats in Podgorica. Supreme State Prosecutor talked about the importance of building a new building of the state prosecution office which would include all four state prosecutor’s offices based in Podgorica.

Experts of the Bavarian State Ministry of Justice, who had previously visited Basic, High and Special State Prosecutor’s Office, presented the standards which the future state prosecution office building should meet and expressed their readiness to provide further support with the aim of implementing this project.

The visit of the experts was organized in co-operation with the Bavarian State Ministry of Justice and the Ministry of Justice of Montenegro.


20 April 2018 – News: Supreme State Prosecutor talked to delegation of Kosovo Judicial Council

In the premises of the Supreme State Prosecutor's Office, Supreme State Prosecutor Ivica Stanković and his associates talked to the delegation of the Kosovo Judicial Council which is headed by the president Nehat Idrizi during their official visit to Montenegro.

Supreme State Prosecutor Ivica Stanković, who performs the function of the President of the Prosecutorial Council as well, made his interlocutors familiar with structure and jurisdiction of the state-prosecutorial organization and, at the same time, he underlined the importance of the State Prosecution Office and the Prosecutorial Council, as they are state authorities having a key role in the process of strengthening the rule of law in Montenegro.

The meeting was an opportunity for the participants to exchange their experiences regarding the functioning of the Prosecutorial Council of Montenegro and the Kosovo Judicial Council.

Supreme State Prosecutor Ivica Stanković emphasized that the judicial co-operation in fighting organized crime and other forms of crime is a necessity and that it is very important to continue a direct co-operation which is necessary for an efficient and timely proceeding of prosecutors in cases having a foreign element. 

The meeting was also attended by the president of the Judicial Council of Montenegro, Mladen Vukčević.


17 April 2018 - News

The Basic State Prosecutor's Office in Berane opened a case regarding the text published on the 'Vijesti' portal on 15 April 2018, under the heading „Democrats: Watch vote buying in DPS' headquarters“, in relation to the presidential election held in Montenegro.  

An attending state prosecutor issued orders to the police to gather necessary information. The procedure of the preliminary investigation is underway.


03 April 2018 – News: Motion for detention for the suspects for explosion in Bijelo Polje 

An attending prosecutor at the Basic State Prosecutor's Office submitted motions for ordering detention against the suspects I.P. and H.P. to an investigative judge at the Basic Court in Bijelo Polje on a reasonable suspicion that on 01 April 2018, in Muniba Kučevič Street in Bijelo Polje, they had committed the criminal offence of unlawful keeping of weapons and explosive substances by activating an explosive device in the street in front of the fence of the house of S.S.


03 April 2018 – News: Decision on holding the suspects for explosion in Bijelo Polje issued

After the hearing in the Basic State Prosecutor's Office in Bijelo Polje, a state prosecutor issued a decision on holding up to 72 hours against persons I.P. and H.P. Upon the order of the state prosecutor of the Basic State Prosecutor’s Office in Bijelo Polje, the Police Directorate police officers deprived of liberty two persons (I.P. and H.P.) on grounds of suspicion that they had committed the criminal offence of unlawful keeping of weapons and explosive substances.


02 April 2018 – News: Two persons deprived of liberty with regard to explosion in Bijelo Polje

Upon the order of the state prosecutor of the Basic State Prosecutor’s Office in Bijelo Polje, the Police Directorate police officers deprived of liberty two persons (I.P. and H.P.) on grounds of suspicion that they had committed the criminal offence of unlawful keeping of weapons and explosive substances. Along with the criminal complaint, the suspects will be brought to the Basic State Prosecutor’s Office in Bijelo Polje for hearing within the statutory time limit.


29 March 2018 – News: Second session of the Prosecutorial Council held

At the session of the Prosecutorial Council presided by the Supreme State Prosecutor Ivica Stanković, inter alia, the Annual Performance Report of the Prosecutorial Council and the State Prosecution Office for the year 2017 was considered.

The Prosecutorial Council adopted a decision on publishing an internal announcement for permanent voluntary re-assignment of three state prosecutors to the Basic State Prosecutor's Office in Podgorica, one state prosecutor to the Basic State Prosecutor's Office of Kotor and one state prosecutor to the Basic State Prosecutor's Office of Nikšić.

At today's session, the Prosecutorial Council also decided on publishing a public announcement for the selection of one state prosecutor at the High State Prosecutor's Office of Bijelo Polje based on the advancement, as well as a public announcement for the selection of two special prosecutors at the Special State Prosecutor's Office.

 


26 March 2018 – Round table on the topic of “Reform of the Judiciary in Montenegro“ held


A round table on the topic of “Reform of the Judiciary in Montenegro - Achievements, Challenges and Prospects" was held within the project "Accountability in the Judicial System" in Podgorica.

in the opening part, on the occasion of the judicial reform, the Supreme State Prosecutor and President of the Prosecutorial Council Ivica Stanković spoke about new prospects of the integration process which is focused on strengthening of the rule of law, and also about achieved results in accordance with the European standards in terms of transparency of work and strengthening of institutional, operational capacity and operating mechanisms of the Prosecutorial Council and the State Prosecution.

In the course of the panel discussion, a state prosecutor at the High State Prosecutor’s Office in Podgorica Jelena Đaletić spoke in more detail about achievements, challenges and prospects of the reform of the judiciary in the Prosecutorial Council and the State Prosecution.

Along with representatives of the Prosecutorial and Judicial Council, all the heads of state prosecutor’s offices, presidents of the courts, Ministry of Justice, Center for Training of the Judiciary and Prosecution, representatives of the EU delegation, the Council of Europe in Podgorica, representatives of embassies and non-governmental organizations attended the event as well.


15 March 2018 – News: Head of the OSCE Observation Mission pays a visit to Supreme State Prosecutor’s Office


In the premises of the Supreme State Prosecutor's Office, the Supreme State Prosecutor Ivica Stanković and his associates talked to the Head of the OSCE Observation Mission to the presidential election in Montenegro,Tana de Zulueta.

The topic of the meeting was the upcoming presidential election.

Supreme State Prosecutor made his interlocutors familiar with the structure and jurisdiction of the State Prosecution Office, as well as with internal organisation of operation.

Stanković, inter alia, emphasized that the State Prosecution will act in a responsible manner against the irregularities in the election process, observing the principle of equality before the law.

Interlocutors expressed their expectations that a good collaboration from the previous period will be continued in the future as well.


14 March 2018 – News

The Basic State Prosecutor's Office in Podgorica informs the public that by the end of the working day 115 complaints were filed by citizens on suspicion that their personal data, i.e. personal identification numbers had been misused, and that their signatures had been counterfeited on the lists – forms for providing presidential candidates‘ signatures of support for the President of Montenegro.

The Prosecution Office addressed the State Election Commission with the aim of receiving necessary data and it will continue undertaking measures for the purpose of gathering data necessary for shedding light on facts important for making a decision.


13 March 2018 – News

Upon the order of the Special State Prosecutor's Office which administered the preliminary investigation activities regarding the criminal offence of establishment of a criminal organization and the criminal offence of evasion of taxes and contributions, the Special Police Division filed a criminal complaint against 11 persons, as follows: N.V., M.J., M.K., B.B., M.M., M.P., V.M., S.L., R.Ž., M.N., I. T. and against 5 legal entities. Searches were conducted within the preliminary investigation activities at several locations in Podgorica, namely of apartments, business premises and one passenger motor vehicle. With regard to the aforementioned, one person, N.V. was deprived of liberty and will be brought within the statutory period to the prosecutor's office for hearing, whereas other persons will be heard in the ordinary proceedings


09 March 2018 – News

In reference to the actions undertaken by the Special State Prosecutor's Office against Grujo Radonjić, a state prosecutor at the High State Prosecutor's Office in Podgorica, the Session of State Prosecutors of the High State Prosecutor's Office in Podgorica hereby informs the  public that the head and state prosecutors of the High State Prosecutor's Office in Podgorica are determined to fight against all forms of crime, in respect of all, and particularly those entrusted with the role of criminal prosecution against perpetrators of criminal offences.


07 March 2018 – News

With regard to the event related to acting of the defendant A.M. in the case opened for the criminal offence of establishment of a criminal organization and attempted terrorism, the Special State Prosecutor's Office delivered a relevant opinion to the High Court in Podgorica in accordance with provisions of the Criminal Procedure Code.


06 March 2018 – News

At the request of an officer of the Police Directorate Security Centre Berane, and upon  approval of the state prosecutor in Berane, an investigative judge of the Basic Court in Berane issued a warrant for search of the house used by D.M. in place Pešća near Berane, on the existence of a reasonable suspicion that the criminal offence of infringement of freedom of choice in voting was committed. A list of names was found during the search, and three persons were found in the house. Afterwards, an attending prosecutor issued an order that police officers take the found list away and gather necessary information from the persons found in the house. The case is at the stage of preliminary investigation.


28 February 2018 - News

At the session of the Prosecutorial Council chaired by the Supreme State Prosecutor Ivica Stanković, inter alia, the state prosecutor at the Supreme State Prosecutor's Office, Sonja Bošković, was appointed as the Deputy President of the Prosecutorial Council.

Upon consideration, the Financial Report of the Spending Unit – the State Prosecution Office 2017 was adopted as well as the Central Inventory Commission Report on conducted inventory for the year 2017.

Also, at the session, after all the requirements for an old-age pension were met, a decision on the termination of office of Rifat Hadrović – the head of the High State Prosecutor's Office in Bijelo Polje was adopted, as well as the Decision on Secondment of the state prosecutor Stojanka Radović to the Special State Prosecutor's Office for a period of two months. 

The Prosecutorial Council established the Commission for Review of Complaints against the work of state prosecutors and the heads of state prosecutor's offices in view of the legality of work.


21 February 2018 – News: Police officers were ordered holding up to 72 hours

After the questioning of five police officers, members of the response unit (M.V, M.S, V.M, S.F. and M.D.), in the Basic State Prosecutor’s Office in Podgorica, a state prosecutor issued an order on holding of all 5 persons up to 72 hours.

Upon the order of the state prosecutor at the Basic State Prosecutor’s Office in Podgorica, five police officers were deprived of liberty on a reasonable suspicion that they had committed the criminal offence of ill-treatment to the detriment of three citizens and falsifying official document.


21 February 2018 – News: Five police officers suspected of criminal offence of ill-treatment deprived of liberty

Upon the order of the state prosecutor at the Basic State Prosecutor’s Office in Podgorica, five police officers, members of the response unit (M.V, M.S, V.M, S.F and M.D) who will be brought to the examination in the capacity of the suspects, have been deprived of liberty on a reasonable suspicion that they committed the criminal offence of ill-treatment to the detriment of three citizens and falsifying official document.

Immediately after publication of video recordings showing ill-treatment committed by the police officers against the citizens, the Basic State Prosecutor’s Office in Podgorica, opened the case and undertook urgent actions with the aim of gathering evidence and data important for shedding light on the incident, identifying police officers, injured parties and witnesses.


20 February 2018 – News

Immediately after publishing the videos of torture committed by police officers against citizens, the Basic State Prosecutor’s Office opened a case. Expeditious actions are being undertaken with the aim of collecting evidence and information significant for shedding light on the incident, identifying police officers, injured parties and witnesses of the incident.


08 February 2018 – News

The Supreme State Prosecutor Ivica Stanković spoke to the Head of Operations at the Council of Europe Programme Office in Montenegro, Angela Longo, about the implementation of the project “Fight Against Economic Crime“.

Opening the meeting, the Supreme State Prosecutor expressed his gratitude to the Council of Europe Office in Montenegro regarding the implementation of numerous activities within the project “Horizontal Facility for Western Balkans and Turkey“, a segment of which is “Fight Against Economic Crime“. The Supreme State Prosecutor particularly stressed the significance of financial investigations for criminal proceedings and emphasized the role of coordination of state authorities aimed at carrying out efficient financial investigations.

The head of the Council of Europe Programme Office in Montenegro, Angela Longo, stressed that Montenegro might be a good example in the region by the degree of implementation of the Council of Europe recommendations, and then she made the Supreme State Prosecutor familiar with future activities within the project “Fight against Economic Crime“,  focusing on establishing efficient cooperation mechanism in financial investigations between the Supreme State Prosecutor's Office and State Audit Institute, and also the Ministry of Interior.

Interlocutors agreed that in the following period they would work intensively to strengthen the fight against economic crime through different activities planned within the project „Horizontal Facility Project for Western Balkans and Turkey“.


06 February 2018 – News – Board of Management meeting within the project of the Council of Europe held


The Board of Management meeting of the programme “Accountability in the Judicial System” which is implemented within the program Horizontal Facility of the Council of Europe for the Western Balkans and Turkey with the aim of strengthening accountability on the judiciary of Montenegro, was held in the new premises of the Secretariat of the Prosecutorial Council.

The Supreme State Prosecutor and President of the Prosecutorial Council, Ivica Stanković, opened the meeting on which occasion he supported the implementation of the project emphasizing the significance of the activities aimed at strengthening capacities of the Prosecutorial Council and State Prosecution Office in all fields and topics defined by project, and all that with a view to exercising legal competences which in the end result in meeting interim benchmarks for the negotiating Chapter 23.   

The topic of the meeting was the implementation of previous activities as well as future plans and challenges, on which occasion they showed the support for continuation of the cooperation of the Council of Europe Programme Office, Prosecutorial Council and State Prosecution Office.

Apart from representatives of the Supreme State Prosecutor’s Office, Prosecutorial Council, Secretariat of the Prosecutorial Council and the Council of Europe, the meeting was also attended by representatives of the Supreme Court, Judicial Council, Secretariat of the Judicial Council, Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Centre for Training in Judiciary and State Prosecution and Association of Judges of Montenegro.

 


05 February 2018 – News

Today, the Police Directorate - Security Center Podgorica has filed a criminal complaint with the High State Prosecutor’s Office in Podgorica against the suspect N.S., for the existence of a reasonable suspicion that on 04 February 2018, in Podgorica, he committed the criminal offence of aggravated homicide to the detriment of a child P.J., a family unit member he had previously abused, and against the suspect J.J., the child’s mother, for the criminal offence of violation of family obligation referred to in Article 222 of the Criminal Code of Montenegro. The investigation will show whether the suspect J.J. may be related to the homicide of the child.


04 February – Basic State Prosecutor's Office in Berane acted timely upon filed complaints

With regard to the local elections in Berane which are held on 04 February 2018, the Basic State Prosecutor's Office in Berane acted timely upon all filed complaints by issuing mandatory instructions and orders to the police officers. Until 6 p.m. the Basic State Prosecutor's Office in Berane opened four cases on existing of a reasonable suspicion that a criminal offence of infringement of freedom of choice in voting was committed. All cases are at the stage of preliminary investigation.

At 08:53 a.m., a police officer of the Security Center Berane informed the public prosecutor about the complaint of the representatives of the Democratic Party of Montenegro alleging that there was a purchase of identity cards by the Democratic Party of Socialists in the coffee-house kept by G.R. The state prosecutor immediately ordered the police officers to secure the facility – the coffee-house kept by G.R until a search order was obtained from an investigative judge, whereupon the search of the facility – the coffee-house kept by G.R. was carried out during which no objects were found to indicate the commission of a criminal offence. On that occasion, three persons were found, who gave statements together with the owner of the coffee-house at the Security Centre Berane. A case was opened with regard to this incident for the existence of a reasonable suspicion that a criminal offence of infringement of freedom of choice in voting referred to in Article 186 of the Criminal Code of Montenegro had been committed. The preliminary investigation is underway.

At 12:05 p.m., a police officer of the Security Center Berane informed the state prosecutor about the complaint of the representatives of the Democratic Party of Montenegro alleging that there was a purchase of identity cards by the Democratic Party of Socialists in the house of R.G. in Buče village. The state prosecutor immediately ordered the police officers to secure the house of R.G. until a search order is obtained from an investigative judge, whereupon the search of the house owned by R.G. was carried out during which no objects were found to indicate the commission of a criminal offence. On that occasion, five persons were found, who gave statements together with the owner of the house at the Security Centre Berane. A case was opened with regard to this incident for the existence of a reasonable suspicion that a criminal offence of infringement of freedom of choice in voting referred to in Article 186 of the Criminal Code of Montenegro to vote had been committed. The preliminary investigation is underway.

At 14:26 p.m. a police officer of the Security Center Berane informed the state prosecutor that the holder of the list „Berane Milo Đukanović wins DPS-SD-BS, B.F., came and reported that an unknown male person had phoned him several times asking that an activist of the coalition he represents visit the place Talum in Berane and bring a certain amount of money and that he had sent him an SMS containing a recording he was going to give to journalists. The state prosecutor ordered that information be obtained from B.F. on the circumstances of the complaint, after which, the Basic State Prosecutor's Office in Berane submitted the request for issuing order for communication listing, with the aim of identifying that person, to the investigation judge of the Basic Court in Berane who afterwards submitted the order to the Police Department Security Center Berane for further proceeding. A case was opened with regard to this incident for the existence of a reasonable suspicion that a criminal offence of infringement of freedom of choice in voting referred to in Article 186 of the Criminal Code of Montenegro to vote had been committed. The preliminary investigation is underway.


02 February 2018 – News – Preliminary investigation continued in case upon complaint of M.B.

Regarding the complaint that M.B. filed with the Basic State Prosecutor's Office in Podgorica, on 31 May 2017 the case has been opened in that prosecution office against seven persons for the criminal offence of giving false statement.

As the complaint alleged no grounds for making decisions, files were requested from the Basic Court in Podgorica which informed the Basic State Prosecutor's Office in Podgorica that the case files were with the Court of Appeal, for the purpose of deciding upon appeal.

As assessment of the existence of the reported criminal offence requires rendering a final decision, which in the concrete case was rendered at the end of December 2017, conditions were met afterwards to continue the preliminary investigation.


01 February 2018 – News

In the case opened with regard to the texts published on the portal of “Vijesti“ on 28 January 2018, the Basic State Prosecutor's Office in Berane took a statement from N.G., a member of the Social Democrats municipal board (SD) and the director of the Secondary Vocational School in Berane. For the same reason, on 31 January 2018 statements were taken from the candidates of the electoral list, D.DJ., SDP- Demos candidate and M.P., the president of the  SDP Municipal Board.

The Basic State Prosecutor's Office in Berane opened the case ex officio, and regarding the texts published on the portal of “Vijesti“ on 28 January 2018, under the headings: SD official's manipulations: ''Side with us and we will employ your wife“ and SDP ''It's a shame for the country to have such a minister of education“


30 January 2018 – News: Detention of the accused of attack on communal police officer ordered

Investigative judge of the Basic Court in Podgorica has approved the motion of the state prosecutor and ordered one-month detention of three persons (P.N, P.G and P.L) who are reasonably suspected of committing the criminal offence of an attack on public official in discharge of official duty.

With regard to the incident in “Gintaš“ market on 27 January 2018, when several persons attacked officers of the Communal Police of the Capital City of Podgorica while discharging their official duty of preventing off-market and illegal selling of goods without excise stamps, upon the order of an attending prosecutor three persons (P.N., P.G. and P.L.) were deprived of liberty for committing the criminal offence of an attack on public official in discharge of official duty.

After interrogation, the prosecutor issued a decision on holding and filed a motion to the court for detention of the suspects.


29 January 2018 – News

For the purpose of providing timely and complete information, we inform the public that the Basic State Prosecutor's Office in Berane has opened the case ex officio with regard to the text published in daily “Dan“ on 27 January 2018 under the heading “Opposition accused director of the Health Centre Berane of influencing voters“.

The case is at the stage of the preliminary investigation.


28 January 2018 – News

For the purpose of providing timely and complete information, we inform the public that the Basic State Prosecutor's Office in Berane has opened the case ex officio with regard to the texts published on the Vijesti website on 28 January 2018, under the headings: SD official 's manipulations: ''Side with us and we will employ your wife“ and SDP ''It's a shame for a country to have such a minister of education“.

The case is at the stage of the preliminary investigation.


19 January 2018 – News: Autopsy report in death of two-year-old J.B. submitted to High State Prosecutor's Office in Podgorica

Regarding the incident of 10 January 2018, when a lifeless body of a girl J.B. was found in a bed of the family house, the Clinical Centre of Montenegro – Department of Forensic Medicine acted upon the order of the High State Prosecutor's Office in Podgorica to carry out an autopsy examination of the body, and today at 13.30 an autopsy report has been submitted. 

Due to the interest in this case, I hereby inform the public that according to the submitted autopsy report, and specifically the opinion of the engaged doctor, an autopsy expert, it arises from the autopsy findings, microscopic examination of organs, biochemical, microbiological, toxicological analyses and medical record analyses and the data on the circumstances of the incident, that the cause of death cannot be determined with certainty, but it can be concluded with a strong probability that the natural death occurred, the type of so-called Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, known as SIDS (crib death), and that based on the mentioned analyses and data, the deceased J.B. has not been diagnosed to have had diabetes.

Also, it has been established based on the findings that the child was average-nourished, and that the same did not die of malnutrition – undernourishment.


 

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