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The gathering was led by their fathers Muriz and Davor, who pointed out at the inadequate response of the relevant institutions and stated that they will not give up until truth and justice are revealed.
Memic said that the state pushes him to be like a judge and that this person needs a courtroom, not a street. High Judicial and Prosecutorial Council of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) don't want to have him and his lawyer for a talk for the best two years, so we can't give evidence we have on this case. He said that he will form a tent settlement in front of the BiH court next week, and he will seek justice for his son in this way.
- If they refuse us again on Friday, I promise to make a tent settlement next week and to try getting the justice for my son Dzenan, because we won't give up - Memic said.
He added that there are honorable people who like to help and that he has support from a small number of people and he knows that he is not alone.
- I am here to offer support to Muriz Memic whose son was killed, I am here to offer support to you, so you don't see evil between us. Dzenan Memic had his own father, David Dragicevic had his own father. Muriz saw that his son was murdered, David Dragicevic saw that as well, he was mangled, raped, murdered, brutally murdered. The people who did this were devils, criminals, murderers. We won't live with those crimes - Dragicevic said.
He said that "he won't go to the grave until he has brought the murderers of his son to justice".
- Children are our future, and we must stand together for future, against criminals and murderers, if we are humane - Dragicevic said.
The father of Selma Agic, who died with Edita Malkoc in a car crash accident in Sarajevo, offered support.
- Dzenan was murdered, we have been repeating that since February 2016 - Dzenan's sister Arijana Memic said that.
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(Telegraf.co.uk / Fena)