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Eighth anniversary of murder of children in Gorazdevac marked

15. August 2011. | 05:20 16:17

Source: Emg.rs, Tanjug

The eighth anniversary of the terrorist assault by Albanian extremists, in which two Serb children were murdered and four more wounded on the bank of the Bistrica River, was commemorated on Saturday.

The eighth anniversary of the terrorist assault by Albanian extremists, in which two Serb children were murdered and four more wounded on the bank of the Bistrica River, was commemorated on Saturday.

The memorial honouring Ivan Jovovic, 19, and Pantelija Dakic, 13, was served by Bishop Teodosije and priest Jugoslav Marijanovic.

On behalf of the Ministry for Kosovo-Metohija, the memorial was attended by Assistant Minister Sladjana Radovic, the Ministry stated in a release.

Families and friends of the victims visited the graves, laid wreaths, lighted candles and honoured their loved ones.

On August 13, 2003, Albanian extremists and separatists, hidden in the bushes, shot from the back at children and young adults roasting corn on the riverbank.

In the terrorist attack, Jovovic and Dakic were shot to death while Marko Bogicevic, 12, Dragana Srbljak, 13, Bogdan Bukumiric, 14, and Djordje Ugrenovic, 20, were seriously wounded.

Representatives of the international community promised that they would turn every stone and find the individuals who committed the crime against the Serb children and teenagers, but the murderers are still at large.

However, late in 2010, EULEX investigators stopped the investigation and it was only on February 9, 2011 that prosecutor Alenka Sagmeister Ranzinger from Slovenia informed the victims' families about the termination of proceedings.

In a communique, she noted that all investigative actions have been exhausted and that suspects have not been identified.

The notification was delivered to families thanks to Bogdan Bukumirovic, who suffered seven bullet wounds in the incident, because he kept calling on EULEX to issue information about the results of investigation.

In a statement for Tanjug, Bukumiric, who barely survived the attack and remained an invalid, pointed out that the investigation into the monstrous crime has not been conducted properly and that the Serbian government and Prosecutor's Office should request a new investigation.

Serbian Minister for Kosovo-Metohija Goran Bogdanovic called on EULEX, UNMIK and KFOR to explain how many years they need to solve any of the crimes committed against Serbs and to say what is preventing them from doing so.


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15. August 2011. 07:07:02

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oh come one where is the outrage when serbs dies... why haven't these people been brought before the hague etc...


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