The basketball player from Zadar defeated Split 84:57 in Višnjik on Saturday. After three years of waiting 3:2, they won the Croatian title in the final series.
However, as thousands of Zadar fans entered the Vishnik Hall in violation of the civil defense headquarters’ ban, the champions raised a lot of dust. In Zadar, British Columbia, they decided not to cause trouble to fans who wanted to enter the hall, but they knew they would receive misdemeanor reports.
The head of BC Zadar Željko Žilavec also talked about the deliberate violation of the measures. The Zadar police confirmed today that they have filed a lawsuit and reported Zadar, the head of the Žilavec club and a person with the function of a rally leader.
“The head of the club and the head of the assembly did not take measures to prevent and stop the chaos in the sports competition, that is, they did not ensure order and peace, and violated the effective decision-making headquarters of the Croatian Civil Defense,” the Zadar Police Department wrote in a letter. full text:
“Police officers from the Zadar No. 1 Police Station conducted a criminal investigation into the basketball match held at the Krešimir Ćosić Stadium in Zadar on Saturday, June 5, 2021.
The current criminal investigation found that the 58-year-old man, as the person in charge and person in charge of the legal entity that organized the public assembly, failed to take necessary measures to prevent and suppress riots in sports competitions in accordance with the provisions of the Sports Events Law. Riot law. Sports competition.
He is also suspected of violating the “Decision on the necessary epidemiological measures to restrict gatherings and introduce other necessary epidemiological measures and recommendations to prevent the spread of Covid-19 through gatherings”, which ordered the necessary epidemiological measures to be taken to allow sports game. Audience.
After a criminal investigation of the 58-year-old man, these legal entities were accused of violating the arts. Article 5 of the Law on Obstacles and Misconduct in Sports Competitions. Article 47 of the Law on the Protection of the Population from Infectious Diseases.
In addition, a criminal investigation was conducted on a 55-year-old Croatian citizen who was the leader of a public assembly hired by the organizer. He was suspected of failing to take measures and actions to ensure law and order, and he was obliged to conduct a criminal investigation. Take action in accordance with the “Public Assembly Act”,” the letter said.