Bojan Jovanovski – Boki 13 and the former head of the Special Public Prosecutor’s Office Katica Janeva heard the verdicts in the “Racket” case on Thursday.
Jovanovski was sentenced to two years in prison or two years in prison for both crimes, including time spent in detention.
The court sentenced Janeva to 7 years in prison, taking into account the time spent in detention.
Jovanovski was present in the courtroom, while Janeva did not attend the sentencing at her request due to family reasons.
The indictment, filed by the Prosecutor’s Office for Combating Organized Crime and Corruption, alleges that defendant Bojan Jovanovski influenced defendant Katica Janeva to take milder measures against Jordan Kamcev, accused in the “Empire” case, which was opened by the former Special Public Prosecutor’s Office.
The “Racket” case trial began in November last year. The indictment was filed against three people. At the first hearing in this case, defendant Zoran Milevski-Kiceec pleaded guilty and was sentenced to three years in prison at the next hearing. The other two defendants, Jovanovski and Janeva, pleaded not guilty and are being prosecuted for presenting a series of material and verbal evidence by the Public Prosecutor’s Office in a six-month trial.