Haris Zornić,

Haris Zornić (Ljutvija Dacić)
Photo by: FBiH Ministry of Interior
Name: HarisSurname: Zornić,AKA: Ljutvija Dacić
Date of birth: Aug. 1, 1969Place of birth: Besnik near Rožaje, MontenegroNationality: Address: Azize Šaćirbegović 124/5, Sarajevo, BiH
Spouse: Latifa ZornićChildren: Interests:
Alleged Illegal Activities: Organized Crime, Illicit Trafficking in Narcotic Drugs, Money LaunderingSource: Indictment
Additional Information:
Haris Zornić was born as Ljutvija Dacić near Rozaje, Montenegro, a small town near the Kosovo border and famous for its smuggling expertise. Together with his brother Hamdo Dacić and a Turkish national named Acik Can, the three are considered major heroin traffickers in the Balkans moving drugs to many destinations across Europe. The Dacić brothers have citizenship in both Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro.
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Countries of Residence
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Countries Used as "Safe Heaven"
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Countries Operating In
Bosnia and Herzegovina


Persons with some association whether legally or personally with the party
First NameSurnameAKAConnectionDate of BirthDescriptionSource
Acik CanCan is believed to be a leader in the Dacic brothers drug network. Turkish citizen
HamdoDacicBrother Involved in gang and arrested with Zornic for drug trafficking.
Esad LičinaWorked in same network Bosnian police said Ličina, who is from Rozaje in Montenegro, worked with the Dacic brothers and Can on their drug network. Ličina was arrested in May 2000 with 38 kilos of heroin.BiH Police
Mirsad Rizvićworked for Dacic brothers Police say Rizvić, who was arrested in July 2001 in Graz, Austria, with 28 kilos ofheroin, worked for Can and Dacic Brothers.BiH Police
NerminAkeljićWorked for Dacic brothers and Can Police say Akeljić, who was caught with 63 kilos of heroin at a Slovenian border crossing, worked for the Dacic Brothers and Can.


TypeCharging BodyChargeDateDescriptionSource
IndictmentProsecutor's Office of BiHOrganized Crime, Illicit Trafficking in Narcotic Drugs, Money LaunderingNov. 16, 2009Indictment filed by the Prosecutor's Office of BiH
ConvictionCausing General Danger Sentenced to three months of imprisonment and two years on parole.Indictment filed by the Prosecutor's Office of BiH
InvestigationFinancial Office Nurnberg-North, Service for Tax Payers Financial ControlTax EvasionMar. 17, 1998Indictment filed by the Prosecutor's Office of BiH


NameType of OwnershipPercentage OwnershipOther OwnersDescriptionAnnual IncomeSource
Majorka d.o.o.PersonalAcik Can and Hamdo DacicHolding company for Hotel Ekslusiv in Rajlovac near SarajevoWorth 2.9 million euroCIN story and business records
Piccolo CafePersonalHamdo DacicCafe in Grbavica neighborhood in SarajevoCIN story

Legal Income

OriginAmountTime FrameDescriptionSource
Piccolo CafeCafe in Sarajevo
Hotel Exclusive Hotel near Sarajevo - Zabrđe 5 in Rajlovac

Illegal Income

OriginAmountTime FrameDescriptionSource
Tax Evasion864.325 DM1992 - 1995Indictment filed by the Prosecutor's Office of BiH

Donations & Charity

OrganizationAmountTime FrameDescriptionSource

Real Assets

Type of PropertyEstimated ValueDescriptionSource
CarPorsche Cayenne SUVPolice arrest reports

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
Safet KalicA wealty Rozaje businessman suspected by police of being involved in organized crime and drug trafficking. Bosnian SIPA report

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