Belivuk and Miljkovic deny involvement in murders in Montenegro
They denied committing the crimes they are charged with and presented their defense in detail, claiming that they were not even in the territory of Montenegro at the time those murders took place
The Prosecutor's Office for Organized Crime has completed the questioning of Veljko Belivuk, Marko Miljkovic and Nebojsa Jankovic carried out at the request of the Montenegrin Prosecutor's Office as part of an investigation against them, involving two murders and one kidnapping.
As Tanjug has been told by their defense, the three denied committing the crimes they are charged with and presented their defense in detail, claiming that they were not even in the territory of Montenegro at the time those murders took place.
The questioning was conducted by Chief Special Prosecutor of Montenegro Milivoje Katnic and Special Prosecutor Sasa Cadjenovic, after which Belivuk, Miljkovic and Jankovic were taken back to the District Prison in Belgrade.
They were not questioned today in connection with the murder of Nikola Mitic, but only about the murders of Damir Hodzic and Adis Spahic, and the kidnapping of Milo Radulovic aka Kapetan.
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