Die Demonstrationen dauern schon ca. 1 Monat an, denn die US Mafia erkaufte sich mit dem Gangster Dukanovic, nicht nur die Unabhaengigkeit von Montenegro, sondern nun soll ca 600.000 Personen Land auch noch NATO Mitglied werden, was der selbe Unfug ist wie mit Albanien.
Europa finanziert natuerlich als Kultur Bringer auch Demonstrationen von Homosexuellen Verbaenden in Montenegro, was auf Empoerung der Bevoelkerung trifft, weil Kultur und Tradition ein Fremdwort ist, bei der korrupten EU Commission, von Schwulen kontrolliertem Auswaertigem Amte, wo Hirnlosigkeit und Inkomptenz, Partnerschaften mit Kriminellen, heute Standard ist.
Fuer sowas gibt es Geld, nicht aber um Kirchliche Traditionen zu foerdern, oder Arbeits Plaetze
Man kann nicht glauben, mit wievielen Konferenzen, Europas Politiker ihre NGO Mafia ueberall finanziert.
At IDAHO Forum 2015 in Montenegro OII-Europe board member Dan Ghattas asked representatives of the Council of Europe, ILGA-Europe and the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) which measures and procedures can improve the human rights situation for intersex people.
00:00 Dan Ghattas – Board Member OII-Europe
00:10 Eleni Tsetsekou – Head of Unit Sexual Orientation & Gender Identity Issues, Council of Europe
02:29 Evelyne Paradis – Executive Director, ILGA-Europe
03:47 Azra Junuzović – Deputy Head of Tolerance & Non-Discrimination Department OSCE
Damals wurden CIA Terrroristen mit US Pass gejagt, die in Tuzzi Anschläge organisierten und auf dem Wiener Flugplatz festgenommen wurden.
- Published: Monday, 26 October 2015 15:25
The High Court in Podgorica has sentenced a prominent former athlete to a 19-year prison term for his involvement in the 2004 murder of a celebrated chief editor of Montenegro’s highest-circulation daily newspaper.
Damir Mandic represented Montenegro in several European and world Karate tournaments before his arrest in June 2004.
Prosecutors said he was the accomplice in the murder of Jovanovic, who was shot dead in front of his office in Montenegro’s capital on May 27, 2004.
However, the court freed Mandic in December 2006 because of lack of evidence.
In 2009, Mandic was tried again in the same case and sentenced to 30 years in prison, only for the verdict to be overturned in July 2014.
Then, in February this year, Mandic was once again put on trial on the basis of testimony from a protected witness.
The legal saga came to an end on Thursday, Oct. 22, when Mandic was sentenced to 19 years in jail.
Although the court heard that Mandic did not work alone, he is the only person against whom charges have successfully been brought. Authorities believe it was a contract killing, but they say they don’t know who ordered it or why.
Dusko Jovanovic, the founder and editor-in-chief of Montenegro’s highest-circulation daily newspaper Dan, known for its opposition stance, had reportedly received many death threats before his murder.
According to Montenegrin national television RTCG, prosecutor Vesna Jovicevic told the court in her closing statements it had been proven that Mandic was one of the assassins who killed Jovanovic 11 years ago.
Apart from witness testimony, the prosecutor put forward evidence that Mandic’s DNA was found on the gun used to shoot Jovanovic, as well as ballistic evidence from Mandic’s clothing.
Mandic’s lawyer, Velibor Markovic, argued unsuccessfully that there would have been more ballistic evidence had Mandic really shot his gun from the car, as was claimed in his indictment.
WikiLeaks enthüllte kürzlich weitere Details aus den gehackten Mails von CIA-Chef John Brennan. Dabei geht es unter anderem um den Afghanistan-Krieg, E-Mail-Kontakte, Terrorismusbekämpfung und brisanterweise auch um den Umgang mit „unliebsamen Journalisten“.