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Montenegro

VELIMIROVIC IN COURT 15. 02. 2018.   >>  17:09 0

VELIMIROVIC IN COURT

If the weapons had come, brothers would have shot each other

Witness Mirko Velimirovic said that no one prepares his statements, and that in the case of attempted terrorism on the 2016 election day, he only speaks what he knows and what is true.

During the trial in the High Court, Velimirovic said that he knew exactly where he met the Albanian Fadil from whom, he claims, he bought the weapons.

"I could point the exact point in the map where I met Fadil, where I took the weapons and where I threw them, you can go with me right at the scene and I will show you," Velimirovic said. He also pointed out that on October 16th he was not in the house where the weapons were photographed.

 Velimirovic repeated that his motive to surrender was to prevent the weapons to reach Montenegro.

"My motive was to prevent the weapons reaching Montenegro. If these weapons had been brought, anything could have happened. There would have been firing between brothers in Montenegro that night," Velimirovic said.
He also stated that prosecutors Milivoj Katnic and Sasa Cadjenovic had promised him nothing but protection. "Nobody promised me anything, only those two men here promised me to save me and my family, they did not promise anything to me and they did not fulfill it, if they did I wouldn’t be here today," said Velimirovic.

Velimirovic said that Sindjelic only told him to move the weapons, but not which way. "He said I should figure it out on my own," Velimirovic said, adding that he did not talk to Sindjelic about his relationships.

The trial will continue tomorrow at 9 am.

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