Srdja Popovic, Djindjic family lawyer, has said that the man mentioned by Milos Simovic, convicted of assassinating then Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic, under the nickname 'Coki' as allegedly ordering the assassination of Djindjic was then deputy prime minister Nebojsa Covic.
Such a statement represents Simovic's attempt to gain the status of protected witness, though the Prosecution for organised crime believes that he is doing so through claims already heard earlier during the original trial.
Simovic would to become prosecution’s witness via Covic and thin proofs
Statement by Milos Simovic that Nebojsa Covic ordered assassination of Premier Zoran Djindjic is his attempt to get the status...»
Organizer of one of the most horrible crimes in Serbia, a triple murder in Belgrade in 1993, Aleksandar Zlender (35) was arrested in Slovenia last Friday and then released. He is Slovenian citizen and...»
As ‘Blic’ learns Zlender replied with ‘I have no idea’ to all questions regarding a triple murder committed in Belgrade as his lawyer instructed him.
On October 9, 1993 during robbery of a flat in Belgrade Zlender killed a businessman Nebojsa Salatic, his girlfriend Slavica Kovacevic and Salatic’s underage nephew.
Vuk Z. Cvijić | Utorak, 13. 09. 2011. - 00:02h | Komentara: 0Statements given by Milos Simovic (32) the last arrested member of the Zemun gang, that he gave yesterday at the beginning of repeated trial for assassination of Premier Zoran Djindjic referring to political...»
Wikileaks: werden neue Details über Mladic und zum Tod von Zoran Djindjic bekannt?
Željka Jevtić | Petak, 09. 09. 2011. - 00:02h | Komentara: 0Serbian Government shall have gold confiscated from criminals cast into bullion bars, ‘Blic’ learns. The Ministry of Justice is to decide how big bars are going to be, how they shall be sold and what the...»
Tamara Spaić | Sreda, 07. 09. 2011. - 02:02h | Komentara: 0Serbs in the Kosovo north might become again hostages of petrol, wood and similar goods smugglers who thanks to no control of tax collection were smuggling or carrying out faked export to Kosovo. As ‘Blic’...»
Cedomir Jovanovic - Djingic und der Ausverkauf von Serbien an die NATO Mafia
20 Sep 2011 / 12:45
Murdered Serbian PM's Deputy Blamed for Death
Controversy has revived over Zoran Djindjic's assassination in 2003 following a top lawyer's claim that the the former premier's vice-president was behind his killing.