Vucic about horrific photos: I will ask more to be shown, pictures of Kum and Spasojevic were on TV
According to the president, if he was in Minister Vulin's position, he would have done the same
Referring to the criticism that came after photos of mutilated bodies of murder victims were made public when Interior Minister Aleksandar Vulin showed them on Pink TV, President of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic said that he would have reacted in the same way as Vulin.
He added that he was used to being blamed for everything.
"You remember the killing of Kum and Spasojevic in Barajevo. Those pictures were on all television stations and at that time they didn't mind. They showed footage of the killing of people in Srebrenica, not photos of bodies," Vucic pointed out.
"That political option to liquidate me has failed, and now they are talking them up. If I were the minister of the interior, I would have done the same. I will ask them to show the public more things that they are able to without jeopardizing the criminal procedure. It is important for people to see that," Vucic pointed out.
On Sunday, Vulin disclosed photos of Veljko Belivuk aka Velja Nevolja and Marko Miljkovic and evidence of the cruel torture of their victims. The photos show the worst forms of abuse.
Several photos show Belivuk and Miljkovic posing with weapons and cocktails. There were also photos of the cocaine seized by the police from the Belivuk clan. Finally, several photos show them posing along their mutilated and tortured victims.
Minister of the Interior Aleksandar Vulin commented on the photos also shown to the families of the victims of Veljko Belivuk to say that something like this would never happen again.
"This is a mutilated body, a headless corpse. These are this man's feet. These are murderers and scum who deserve to never be released. What you saw has been shown to the families. Some vomited, refused to look, some said that it was not true," said Vulin.
Vulin repeated several times that both the victims and the perpetrators of the crimes documented in the photos, which were shown on several occasions during the TV show, are Partizan fans.
While most suspects have chosen to remain silent, Marko Miljkovic decided to speak.
"That clan has existed for too long and now they are in prison and will not be released from prison for the rest of their lives. We know what their goal is, and that is to tarnish the Ministry of the Interior and all operatives working on the case," Aleksandar Vulin said about the defense of Marko Miljkovic, a member of the criminal group led by Veljko Belivuk.
He stressed that MUP officers are constantly receiving threats from members of the clan led by Veljko Belivuk and Marko Miljkovic.
Vulin also stressed that it is very important that such crimes are not relativized or politicized in any way.
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