The Special State Prosecutor's Office (SDT) is using correspondence from the Sky app to determine whether an official in the case known as a "coup" committed a crime.
"Due to media reports and statements by other social actors, I am informed that a criminal case has already been established in the Special State Prosecutor's Office, in order to determine the basis of suspicion as to whether officials and other persons, by acting in the case known to the public as a 'coup d'état', committed a criminal offense under In that criminal case, in which the investigation is ongoing, as evidence is used, among other things, communication from the SKY ECC application, as well as other electronic evidence, which was submitted to the Special State Prosecutor's Office or was obtained through undertaking certain evidentiary actions", SDT spokesman special prosecutor Vukas Radonjić told "Vijesta".
"Vijesti" announced two days ago that the arrested and escaped police officers Petar Lazović and Ljubo Milović said that they could not waste money just to confirm the first-instance verdict in the "coup d'état" case, which, among other things, convicted two then opposition leaders to five years in prison each.
This is stated, among other things, in the transcripts from the encrypted Sky application that Europol provided to the Montenegrin investigators.
On this occasion, the President of the Assembly Andrija Mandić and the leader of the Democratic People's Party (DNP) Milan Knežević organized a press conference today, where they asked whether proceedings had been initiated against Lazović and Milović in connection with the alleged purchase judgment of the Court of Appeal.
Madnić announced that he is convinced that the first-instance decision was bought in a similar way.