Bojan Jovanovski, who was sentenced to 9 years in prison a few days ago as a
defendant in the “Racket” case, filed a demand to the Criminal Court on June 25 to
be allowed to go to the Skopje Basic Public Prosecutor's Office to report criminal
Boki 13 repeatedly requested a meeting with the Republic Public Prosecutor,
Ljubomir Joveski, but the meeting never took place. Prosecutor Joveski emphasized
that a prosecutor from the Prosecutor's Office for Organized Crime and Corruption,
who met with Jovanovski, was sent into detention, but he did not want to talk to him.
Boki 13's lawyer Sasko Dukoski says that he also attended the meeting, and it is true
that Jovanovski refused to speak, because instead of Joveski, prosecutor Gordana
Smakoska came, whose boss is Vilma Ruskovska, and, as he says, Boki did not
trust any of them.
This is part of the minutes of the meeting that took place in the Skopje investigative
prison on February 24.
"First of all, I would like to state that I am surprised by this new situation for me, due
to which I was not informed, nor did I receive timely information through my defense
counsel, nor from the court, that in this way and in this term will have to I present all
my arguments and strictly confidential information for several people regarding the
criminal charges that I intend to file," said Jovanovski, who added that he requested
a meeting exclusively with the Republic Prosecutor Joveski because of the valuable
information he had.