Serbian Interior Mnister: Arrested police inspector failed the polygraph test

NEWS 12.06.2021 17:19
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Alesandar Vulin
Source: Tanjug / Strahinja Aćimović

Serbian Interior Minister Aleksandar Vulin said Saturday that the arrested inspector of Organised Crime Unit, Bozidar Stolic, failed on all issues of the polygraph examination.

According to the statement of the Ministry of the Interior, Vulin said that Stolic, who was ordered to be detained for up to 30 days, committed an act of betrayal and that all those who do so will go through the same as their clients.

„All of us who fought and who are fighting against all organized criminal groups in our country could have been liquidated, destroyed with our families, as far as the police chief, employed in the Service for the Fight against Organized Crime, Bozidar Stolic is concerned,“ Vulin pointed out.

Vulin noted that thanks to him, Radoje Zvicer, Veljko Belivuk and Marko Miljković received information, while Zvicera continued to be informed „after this infamous, criminal organization Belivuk – Miljković finally and definitely fell.“

„He gave information about his friends, about the people he worked with, with whom he fought, or at least they believed that he was their comrade-in-arms – for money. Since the President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic, declared war on crime, we have not had a more difficult moment, and the most difficult thing is when you see that the man with whom you shared bread betray and sell you for a handful of cash,“ the Minister stated.

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