Amir Pašić,

Amir Pasic
Name: AmirSurname: Pašić,AKA: Faćo
Date of birth: Mar. 27, 1971Place of birth: Nationality: BosniakAddress: Zelenih beretki, Sarajevo, BiH
Spouse: YesChildren: TwoInterests:
Alleged Illegal Activities: Aggravated Robbery, Aggravated Bodily Injury and Illegal Weapons PossessionSource: Court documents
Additional Information:Operates primarily in BiH
Biography
Amir Pašić is known as an associate of some of Sarajevo’s most infamous criminals, but his record shows him capable of competing with them. He has been sentenced to prison by the Municipal court of Sarajevo on charges including racketeering, illegal possession of a gun, and involvement in a shooting.
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Countries of Residence
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Countries Used as "Safe Heaven"
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Countries Operating In
Bosnia and Herzegovina

Associates

Persons with some association whether legally or personally with the party
First NameSurnameAKAConnectionDate of BirthDescriptionSource
MuhamedUšanovićVojvodaFriend Owner of club "Boemi"
AlmerInajetovićOct. 2, 1983Indicted with Pašić on charges of aggravated robbery. Convicted in 2003 of preparation of a criminal offence, and in 2008 of accessory after the fact.Indictment
SulejmanJasikaSuleAug. 28, 1986Indicted with Pašić on charges of aggravated robbery. Indictment
EdževitZekićZemoAug. 18, 1975Indicted with Pašić on charges of aggravated robbery. Born in Vitomitrica, near Peć, Kosovo. Convicted in 2006 of fraud.Indictment

Documents
Pasic_Indictment_2009-05-17


Charges

TypeCharging BodyChargeDateDescriptionSource
ConvictionMunicipal Court in SarajevoAggravated Bodily Injury Dec. 11, 2008Pašić received a one year suspended sentence, which he will serve only if he commits another crime over a period of two years. He pleaded guilty of firing two shots at a man he quarreled with, one of which struck him in the leg. The incident happened in June 2007. Verdict
IndictmentProsecutor's Office of Canton SarajevoAggravated Robbery May. 17, 2009Pašić was charged with taking 900 KM from a man in Feb. 2009. The man tried to escape, after which Pašić fired two shots at him, one of which struck him in the leg. He then fled the scene. Indictment
ConvictionMunicipal Court in SarajevoIllegal Weapons PossessionDec. 13, 2006Pašić received a four month suspended sentence, which he will serve only if he commits another crime over a period of one year.Verdict
ConvictionMunicipal Court in SarajevoIllegal Weapons PossessionDec. 17, 2007Pašić received a eight month suspended sentence, which he will serve only if he commits another crime over a period of two years.Verdict

Documents
Pasic_Indictment_2009-05-17
Pasic_Indictment_2005-09-12
Pasic_Verdict_2008-12-11
Pasic_Verdict_2007-12-17
Pasic_Verdict_2006-12-13


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