Today, the verdict against the defendants for planning the murder of Marko Ljubiša Kan

According to the indictment, the defendant Lazar Ilić should have fired shots at Marko Ljubiša, who was waiting in one of the three rented flats in Budva for a signal for action from the defendant Strahinja Savić, who was in charge of tracking the target

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Photo: Luka Zeković
Photo: Luka Zeković

In the High Court in Podgorica, the sentencing of Lazar Ilić and the other defendants for planning the murder of Marko Ljubiša, aka Kan, is scheduled for today in early 2021.

During the court proceedings, the "SKY" communication was presented as evidence.

It will be the first first-instance verdict in which one of the pieces of evidence is precisely this contested piece of evidence.

According to the indictment, the defendant Lazar Ilić should have fired shots at Marko Ljubiša, who was waiting in one of the three rented flats in Budva for a signal for action from the defendant Strahinja Savić, who was in charge of tracking the target.

During the court proceedings, the defendant Lazar Ilić denied the allegations of the indictment that he planned to kill Marko Ljubiša.

"I do not know Marko Ljubiša Kan. I am not a member of any criminal organization," he said in his defense.

In addition to Ilić and Savić, Grga Milićević, Miloš Klečko and Nikola Mileković, who is on the run, are also accused.

According to the indictment, Ilić, Savić, Milićević, Klečko and Mileković became members of a criminal organization in 2020 that was formed by an unknown person nicknamed Johnny. In addition to the persons on the indictment, other unidentified persons with the nicknames Krojač, Mateo Odin, Sajarac, Matkal, Sepforiti and others have accepted membership in this criminal organization.

The indictment states that the activities of the organization were planned for an indefinite period, on an international scale, with the application of precisely defined rules of internal control and discipline. Ilić's task was to fire the fatal shot at Marko Ljubiša Kan, while Savić's task was to follow and observe the target's movements, but also to provide logistical support to the perpetrators of the murders.

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