Bojan Jovanovski, also known as Boki 13, who was sentenced to a long prison sentence for the corruption case dubbed “Racket”, has on several occasions been allowed to file charges against several people in the Basic Public Prosecutor’s Office in Skopje, to file criminal charges, says State Public Prosecutor Ljubomir Joveski in an interview with MIA, regarding the letter from Jovanovski which contains a series of serious and serious accusations of concealing evidence by politicians and high-ranking judicial officials.
“After these reports of crime, the Prosecution is acting and as far as I am informed, the procedure is coming to an end and I expect the Prosecution to make a decision in the near future regarding these allegations,” said Joveski.
According to him, Jovanovski had several opportunities to point out those violations or those illegalities or the commission of crimes by certain individuals. First of all, as Joveski points out, he could have done that during the investigation against him, and if he did not have confidence in the investigation, he could have pointed it out at the main hearing where the media was present and all those things could have been communicated to the public.
“Truth be told, Jovanovski made such attempts several times during the hearings in the “Racket” case, but was interrupted by the judge or those statements were ignored, after which he decided to forward them through “open letters” through the media. Bojan Jovanovski then asked to give criminal charges in the minutes in the part of such knowledge, allegations and evidence that he claims he has. I also appointed a public prosecutor in the Basic Public Prosecutor’s Office for Prosecution of Organized Crime, who, based on the consent given by the pre-trial judge, visited him in custody with the intention of taking minutes from him for allegations of criminal charges. Bojan Jovanovski refused that cooperation and after some time on several occasions, I think that on three occasions he was enabled by the minutes in the Basic Public Prosecutor’s Office in Skopje to expose them, to report those crimes,” said the state public prosecutor.