Sreten Jocić


Name: Sreten Surname: JocićAKA: Joca Amsterdam
Date of birth: Oct. 25, 1962Place of birth: Smederavska Palanka, SerbiaNationality: SerbianAddress: Vladimira Tomanovića 21 and Tolstojeva 33, Belgrade, Serbia
Spouse: Vera Milosavljević, wife in Serbia ; Romein Babet, former wife in The Netherlands.Children: FiveInterests: Jocić controlled companies in Serbia and Bulgaria.
Alleged Illegal Activities: Organizer of drug trafficking across South America, Europe and the Balkans. Multiple murders.Source:
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Biography
Jocić is one of Serbia’s most feared and notorious mobsters who has been linked to several murders in several countries, and drug trafficking.
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Countries of Residence
Serbia
Bulgaria
Netherlands
Countries Used as "Safe Heaven"
Bulgaria
Greece
Countries Operating In
Bulgaria
Netherlands
Serbia
Croatia

Associates

Persons with some association whether legally or personally with the party
First NameSurnameAKAConnectionDate of BirthDescriptionSource
BojanMilosavljevićMurdered Goran Marjanović on orders from Jocić.Sep. 1, 1968Bojan Milosavljević, along with Miodrag Prodanović, killed Sreten Jocić’s rival Goran Marjanović and his girlfriend Marija Đorđević. In February 9, 2000 he was found guilty of the murders and sentenced to 20 years in prison.Indictment and verdicts against Bojan Milosavljević and Miodrag Prodanović by Belgrade District Court - December, 1996 and February, 2000.
MiodragProdanovićKilled Goran Marjanović on orders from Jocić.Mar. 5, 1969Miodrag Prodanović, along with Bojan Milosavljević, killed Jocić’s rival Goran Marjanović and his girlfriend Marija Đorđević on Jocić’s orders. In February 9, 2000 he was found guilty of the murders and sentenced to 20 years in prison.Indictment and verdict against Miodrag Prodanović by Belgrade District Court - December, 1996 and February, 2000.
ŽeljkoMilovanovićGavra, Pilot, Severni Vetar and LetačMember of a criminal group suspected of killing Croatian journalist Ivo Pukanić and his friend Nikola Franjić.Jun. 18, 1966In Serbia, he is suspected of having participated in the murder of Croatian journalist Ivo Pukanic, falsifying documents and illegal possession of weapons. In Croatia, Milovanović was convicted for placing and detonating a bomb used to kill Pukanić. A Croatian court sentence him to 40 years in prison.Indictment against Sreten Jocić and his group, October 26, 2009, Serbia and verdict against Robert Matanić and his group, November. 3, 2010, Croatia.
MilenkoKuzmanovićMićaPart of a group suspected of murdering a Croatian journalist. Dec. 12, 1983He is suspected of having participated in the murder of journalist Ivo Pukanic.Indictment against Sreten Jocić and his group; prosecution for organized crime - October, 2009.
RobertMatanićMember of criminal group convicted of killing Croatian journalist Ivo Pukanić and his friend Nikola Franjić.Apr. 17, 1977He was convicted on November, 3, 2010 of being an organizer in a criminal plot sanctioned by Jocic to kill Ivo Pukanić and Nikola Franjić. Matanić was sentenced to 33 years in prison.Verdict against Robert Matanić and his group, Zagreb County Court - November, 2010.
LukaMatanićMember of criminal group convicted of killing Croatian journalist Ivo Pukanić and his friend Nikola Franjić.Jan. 16, 1984He participated in Pukanic’s killing. He was sentenced to 16 years in prison.Verdict against Robert Matanić and his group, Zagreb County Court - November, 2010
AmirMafalaniMember of criminal group convicted of killing Croatian journalist Ivo Pukanić and his friend Nikola Franjić.Jun. 18, 1982Mafalani participated inIvo Pukanic’s killing. He was convicted and sentenced to 16 years in prison.Verdict against Robert Matanić and his group, Zagreb County Court - November, 2010
BojanGudurićMember of criminal group convicted of killing Croatian journalist Ivo Pukanić and his friend Nikola Franjić.Jun. 25, 1981Gudurić was convicted of murdering Ivo Pukanić and Nikola Franjić. His assignment was to kill Pukanić by using a sniper rifle if the journalist survived the initial explosion. Gudurić was plan B. Gudurić was sentenced to 30 years in prison.Verdict against Robert Matanić and his group, Zagreb County Court - November, 2010
SlobodanĐurovićBobanMember of criminal group convicted of killing Croatian journalist Ivo Pukanić and his friend Nikola Franjić.Oct. 18, 1954Slobodan Đurović conspired with Robert Matanić from late May to late October 2008. in Croatia to issue a cash bounty of €1.5 million to develop a plan murder Ivo Pukanić, a Croatian journalist and president of the NCL Media Group. Đurović was sentenced to 15 years in prison.Verdict against Robert Matanić and his group, Zagreb County Court - November, 2010

Documents
Indictment against Bojan Milosavljević and Miodrag Prodanović, December, 1996
Verdict against Bojan Milosavljević and Miodrag Prodanović, February, 2000;
Indictment against Sreten Jocić and his group, Prosecution for organized crime, October, 2009.
Verdict against Robert Matanić and his group, Zagreb County Court - November, 2010


Charges

TypeCharging BodyChargeDateDescriptionSource
ConvictionApr. 15, 1992
ConvictionApr. 2, 1993
ConvictionSep. 7, 2005
IndictmentDistrict Prosecutor's OfficeOrganizing murder.Aug. 10, 2006In 1995 Sreten Jocić arranged for Bojan Milosavljević and Miodrag Prodanović to kill Jocić’s rival Goran Marjanović and Dušan Krstić Duca. They killed Marjanović and his girlfriend, but not Dušan Krstić.Indictment against Sreten Jocić for ordering the murder of Goran Marjanović - August, 2006; Bail documents, Belgrade District Court, may 2006
ConvictionSuperior court in BelgradeContract murder.Jun. 3, 2010Superior court in Belgrade convicted Jocić of ordering Bojan Milosavljević and Miodrag Prodanović to kill Jocić rival Goran Marjanović and Dušan Krstić Duca. Jocić was sentenced to 15 years in prison.Conviction against Sreten Jocić arranging the murder of Goran Marjanović - June, 2010
ArrestThird Police Department in BelgradeObstructing a police officer.Nov. 1, 2007Jocić was celebrating his birthday on October 25, 2007, in Belgrade, when police confronted him, but he resisted. He was arrested and detained, but released soon after.Criminal charge by Third Police Department in Belgrade, November 2007
IndictmentFirst general public prosecutor's office in BelgradePrevention of policman while performing official dutiesJun. 15, 2010Prosecutors charged Jocić with obstructing and resisting a police officer. Indicment by First general public prosecutor's office in Belgrade, June, 2010
ArrestThird Police Department in BelgradeIllegal possession of weapons and explosive materialsApr. 22, 2008On January 27, 2008 police stopped a car containing Jocić. He threw a gun under the car but police found it, and a DNA analysis showed that the gun belonged to Jocic. He was indicted.Criminal charge by Third Police Department in Belgrade, April 2008
IndictmentProsecution for organized crimeCriminal conspiracy, aggravated murderOct. 26, 2009Jocić in 2008 organized a crime group that carried out crimes in Serbia, Croatia and neighboring countries. Jocić and still unknown people, agreed to organize the murder of Ivo Pukanić, journalist and president of the NCL Media Group, for a cash prize of at least €1,500,000. According to the indictment Pukanić, owner and journalist of Croatian magazine "Nacional", was murdered because he was writing about major criminal groups in Serbia and Croatia and their connections.Indictment against Sreten Jocić and his group, Prosecution for organized crime - October, 2009.

Documents
Indictment against Sreten Jocić for instigate murder of Goran Marjanović - August, 2006
Conviction against Sreten Jocić for instigate murder of Goran Marjanović - jun 2010
Conviction against Sreten Jocić for instigate murder of Goran Marjanović - february 2011
Criminal charge by Third Police Department in Belgrade, november 2007
Indicment by First general public prosecutor's office in Belgrade, jun 2010
Criminal charge by Third Police Department in Belgrade, april 2008
Indictment by Fourth municiple prosecutor's office in Belgrade, november 2009
Indictment against Sreten Jocić and his group, Prosecution for organized crime - October, 2009.
Bail documents, Belgrade District Court, may 2006


Companies

NameType of OwnershipPercentage OwnershipOther OwnersDescriptionAnnual IncomeSource
Hemisfera dooPersonal100%Hemisfera doo is the only company he owns directly. Company is registered in Serbia as consulting and managment agency. no incomeSerbian Business Registers Agency
Eko HranaPersonalHe bought Eko-Hrana company at auction, but the state annulled that privatization. Since then, he has controlled the company through front people.Privatization Agency
Vis & S dooThrough Connected Person or Company100%Founded and owned through his wife Vera Milosavljević. Company was registered in Serbia as trade company.no incomeSerbian Business Registers Agency
Best propertyThrough Connected Person or Company100-percentFounded and owned through his wife Vera Milosavljević. Company was registered in Serbia for real estate business. In 2009 income was €3000. Serbian Business Registers Agency

Documents
HEMISFERA founding act
EKO-HRANA records from auction
EKO-HRANA cancellation of auction
VIS S DOO founding act and deletion
BEST PROPERTY founding act and deletion


Legal Income

OriginAmountTime FrameDescriptionSource
€600.MonthlySreten Jocić said in court that his monthly income is €600 and that his company has made no profit in the past 3 years.Court statement

Documents
Indictment against Sreten Jocić and his group, Prosecution for organized crime, October, 2009.


Illegal Income

OriginAmountTime FrameDescriptionSource

Donations & Charity

OrganizationAmountTime FrameDescriptionSource

Real Assets

Type of PropertyEstimated ValueDescriptionSource
Real-estateIn Belgrade he lives in a villa he rents from the family of former president Slobodan Milošević.
CarAudi A8
Real-estateHis family owns a house in the village of Velika Krsna where Jocić was born.

Links & Connections

This section lists persons who are linked through other connections including businesses or mutual associates. This may not indicate a direct relationship between the parties.
Name of the Person / OrganizationDescriptionSource
Krsto StanišićAccording to the judgment of the High Court in Belgrade, Stanišić said he met Sreten Jocić in 1991 or 1992, they hung out and they remain friends until today. Stanišić was arrested in Serbia in 2006 on an Interpol warrant and extradited to Germany.Conviction against Sreten Jocić for ordering the murder of Goran Marjanović - Jun 2010
Uglješa AranitovićUglješa Aranitović, aka Ugo, was murdered in Belgrade in 2008. During a trial related to the murder of Goran Marjanovic, a key witness, Zoran Djordjevic, Jocic's former bodyguard, said that Aranitović was Jocic's friend and partner. Conviction against Sreten Jocić for organizing the murder of Goran Marjanović - Jun 2010
Velibor IličićIličić was murdered in Novi Sad in 2000. During a trial for the murder of Goran Marjanović, a key witness, Zoran Đorđević, Jocić's former bodyguard, said that Iličić was once Jocic's bodyguard. The District Prosecutor's Office filed an indictment in 1996 for aggravated robbery against Iličić and Radulović Saša and Milosavljević Bojan. The prosecution dropped the charges in 1998. Conviction against Sreten Jocić for arranging the murder of Goran Marjanović - Jun 2010; Indictment by District Public Prosecutor's Office, jun 1996; District Court in Belgrade, suspension of criminal proceedings, septembre 1998
Milomir Joksimović aka Miša OmegaMilomir Joksimović testified as a witness in April 2009 that he was at a birthday celebration for Jocić, when the police came and arrested Jocić. Joksimović testified that he came to the party because Jocić is his friend.Hearing record, Milomir Joksimović aka Miša Omega, April 2009
Dragan Hadži AntićJocić lived in a villa that he rented from the family of former president of Serbia Slobodan Milošević, and representative of the family was Hadži Antić. Jocić was arrested in this villa. Hadži Antić also testified in a trial for murder of Ivo Pukanić. Dragan Hadži Antić was director of the newspaper Politika, in a period when Slobodan Milošević was on power. Politika is state-run newspaper, one of the biggest daily papers in Serbia.Media reports
Janko HristovJanko Hristov testified in the trial for crime figures accused of arranging the murder Goran Marijanović, and said that he and Jocić jointly opened a restaurant called “Black Tiger’’ in Borovetc, Bulgaria. Hristov ran the restaurant and Jocić funded it. Hristov was arrested 2010 in Bulgaria in a police action. Conviction against Sreten Jocić for ordering the murder of Goran Marjanović - Jun 2010
Georgi BozovHe testified during a murder trial that, while he was vice president of football club Lokomotiva from Bulgaria, Jocić helped transfers of football players from Serbia.Conviction against Sreten Jocić for ordering the murder of Goran Marjanović - Jun 2010
George Adrian Stefanescu Zoran Djordjevic, chief witness in a trial for the murder of Goran Marjanovic, said that Adrian, who was wanted on an outstanding warrant, hid in a Jocić villa.Conviction against Sreten Jocić for ordering the murder of Goran Marjanović - Jun 2010
Katarina PaunićKatarina is a football manager in Bulgaria. She testified that she knows Jocić and that he helped her and her husband get machines for their gambling business in Bulgaria. She also testified that Jocić operated a business out of a furniture store they owned.Conviction against Sreten Jocić for ordering the murder of Goran Marjanović - Jun 2010
Vladimir CvijanCvijan is part of the criminal defense team of Jocić preparing for the trial for murder of Ivo Pukanić.Cvijan was adviser of Serbian president Boris Tadić from 2008 to 2010. After that he became a member of the Serbian Progressive Party, the biggest opposition party in Serbia.Media reports
Vuk MilosavljavićMilosavljević is Jocić's father in law. Milosavljević owned 50-percent of the company Stanford Real Estate. He also bought through privatization the company Elektro servis ad from Novi Sad, Serbia. Serbian Business Registers Agency

Documents
Indictment by District Public Prosecutor's Office, jun 1996
District Court in Belgrade, suspension of criminal proceedings, septembre 1998
Hearing record, Milomir Joksimović aka Miša Omega, april 2009
STANFORD REAL ESTATE, company records
ELEKTROSERVIS, company records
Verdict against Zemun clan 18.01.2008.


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