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Balkans

BANJA LUKA 25. 12. 2018.   >>  15:00 0

BANJA LUKA

Davor Dragicevic arrested

A Bosnian Serb man who has led months of protests accusing authorities of covering up what he says was the murder of his 21-year-old son was arrested on Tuesday in the main city of Bosnia’s Republika Srpska entity, Banja Luka, police said.

A lawyer for Davor Dragicevic said he was arrested as he left his home, days after he and 19 other people were charged over a protest outside the Republika Srpska parliament on December 17.

The lawyer, Ifet Feraget, told N1 television that Dragicevic was arrested for not responding to a summons to a court hearing in the case. Bosnian media later reported that Suzana Radanovic, Dragicevic’s former wife who was with him at the time of his arrest, was also taken into custody by police.

Dragicevic has led nine months of protests in Banja Luka since his and Radanovic’s son, David, was found dead in a shallow river in the city.

Police say he drowned, but conflicting pathology reports and inconsistencies in police statements have fuelled anger over what many Bosnian Serbs see as police incompetence and indifference. David’s parents say they believe their son was murdered and have alleged a cover-up, something authorities have vehemently denied.

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