These are the most important guidelines for a large-scale complaint sent by the Public Prosecutor for organized crime to the special court, which "Blic" had insight into.
We recall that one of the most important evidences for the murder of Vidakovic and Bojovic was the testimony of Milos
Vojnovic, a partner Milos Delibasic, the organizer of the murder, describes in detail how the preparations for these brutal liquidations were in progress and who were the perpetrators of those murders.
The court, however, took the testimony of Vojnovic – who himself admitted that he had killed Milos Vidakovic in Budva – very selectively, according to the prosecutor's appeal.
For example, in the appeal on appeal it is alleged that the court has not accepted the statements of many other witnesses who fully confirm the testimony of Vojnovic. In this respect, the court virtually ignored the testimony of one of the goals of the Saranovic clan – the wounded Vladimir Vladimirovich, a Serbian government official, as well as police inspector PK, but also another witness who was very close to Vidakovic, who held the testimony from Vojnovic confirms.
The Prosecution also points out that Delibasic Vojnovic repeatedly requested that his testimony and plea be withdrawn and refused to deal with him in the court of the Special Court.
The legal experts who evaluated Vojnovic's behavior also stated that he did not provide evidence of revenge ("hostility" as the defense says) to Delibasic.
Motive of murder
The Prosecution also asks in the appeal: if Vojnovic did not kill Vidakovic on the orders of Delibasic and Saranovic – which is the second motive for the murder? Vojnovic and Vidakovic were not in conflict, as confirmed by all witnesses, including the girl who murdered Vidakovic, whom the executor did not recognize.
On the other hand, the court accepted the testimonies of Vojnović that clearly point to the connection between Delibašić and Šaranović, especially those in which Vojnovic clearly states that he was called "Uncle" by Delibasic Saranovic. He also reveals that the murder of Bojovic was ordered as part of the revenge for the murder of Slobodan's brother Branislav, who was blamed by the Bojovic family.
Vojnovic's testimony in the case of Nikola Bojovic's murder turned out to be true, but it was not enough for the court to accept him as a fully credible witness.
"Glock" in the park
The testimony of the witness Vojnovic sheds light on the complete history of the murder of brother Luke Bojovic's brother and a bloody act that lasted (perhaps still exists) between the two families. First, Vojnović says that Ratko Koljenšić, one of the convicts for organizing the murder of Bojović, has given himself a "glock" pistol in the park on Vozdovac, as part of the preparations for the murder of Lukin's brother.
The court also ignored the testimony of Vojnovic that the group had planned the murder of Nikolay's executor Sasa Cvetanovic, Pit Bull, after asking for more money than he had already received for the murder of Bojovic.
The Prosecution estimates that the assassination of the killer is logical and is expected in the exploitation of such criminal gangs, especially after they learned that his face was being filmed in security cameras during the murder.