The BiH Court ordered Nedzad Mujic, a Bosniak man convicted of providing financial and material assistance to the Islamic State group, to pay a fine of KM 26,000. Mujic’s sentence includes no prison time.
“Mujic spent 99 days in detention until the completion of all the procedures. When we deducted all those days, he paid the amount of 26,600 [Bosnian marks] to the Bosnian state court’s account,” his lawyer Senad Dupovac said.
After the state court accepted a plea bargain which Mujic struck with the prosecution, he was sentenced in October to 12 months in prison for travelling from Austria to Syria several times from September 2013 to mid-2015 and offering financial and other types of support to Islamic State and participating in its activities.
The Court sentenced another Bosnian IS fighter to one year in prison on Monday.