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Blazo Djurovic (39) was killed last night with 15 rounds in front of the house of his brother Sasa in the street of Vojvoda Skopljanac in Dusanovac suburb in Belgrade. Blazo, who is known to police, and Sasa are brothers of Vladimir Jovanovic, known as Vlada Japanese, who is mentioned in the white book of Ministry of Internal Affairs from 2001 as a member of the notorious "Zemun Clan", and who is into the catering business.
Blazo's file consists of more than 10 criminal acts, and there are kidnapping, extortion, burglary, theft, possession of illegal arms... The police are currently not connecting his murder with Jovanovic.
The source close to the investigation said to "Informer" that Blazo drove his brother Sasa and his underage child to the house in Dusanovac around 17:30. When Sasa and his child went out of the car to the yard, the attacked approached Djurovic's BMW and fired 15 shots through the windscreen.
When Blazo's brother heart the shots, he ran out immediately and tried to help him, but it was too late.
- Sasa broke the glass on driver's door and he tried to get his brother out of the car, but Blazo was already dead. The police and the ambulance could only declare him dead - the source said.
- The weapon is currently being inspected, as well as the jeep which was set on fire. There is information that the suspects got into a red car with no license plates, which was waiting for them in the next street - the source explains for "Informer".
Although the cameras on Sasa's street recorded the murder, the attacker was masked and left no signs on the scene of the crime.
Djurovic went out of prison in 2016, and he settled down a bit after that and he decided to do legal works. He lived in the street Ljube Vuckovica in the Vozdovac municipality with his wife, son, and a daughter.
Blazo and Sasa are brothers of Vladimir Jovanovic on their mother's side, who is also known as Vlada Japanese, who was known in Belgrade as a tough guy during nineties. They connected him to Zemun clan, but he was never sentenced for the crimes of this clan, and he is suspected that he participated in the assassination attempt on Vuk Draskovic, the leader of SPO, in Budva 2000, but he was released after six months because there was no evidence against him. He sued the state because of that and he received compensation.
(Telegraf.co.uk / Informer)