No justice for Christians in NATO occupied Kosovo: In 2003 Albanian extremists shot 6 Serbian teens- Killers were never found
16 YEARS HAS PASSED SINCE THE HORRIFIC ALBANIAN CRIME IN GORAZDEVAC : Two Serbian children were killed, while four others were wounded! The tragic anniversary is marked by the Christian Prayers in their home village and in Belgrade…
During the commission of this horrific crime, (motivated by the ethnic & religious hatred) Albanian-Muslim perpetrators have killed Pantelija Dakic (12) and Ivan Jovovic (19), gravely wounding Marko Bogicevic (12), Dragana Srbljak (girl- 13), Bogdan Bukumirovic (14) and Djordje Ugrinovic (20)…
BELGRADE- Today is 16th anniversary since the the murder of two and wounding of four Serbian teenagers and children in Gorazdevac, near city of Pec, in Serbian province of Kosovo and Metohija. The teenagers were swimming in the river Bistrica, when “the unknown persons” opened fire from the automatic weapons targeting innocent and helpless Serbian youths.
The prayer commemorating the murdered teens will be held today at 10:00 AM in the Christian Orthodox Church of “Holy Mother of God” in Gorazdevac, and after the church service- there will be erected the memorial plaque at the exact spot where the killing took the place in 2003.
The anniversary will be marked also in Belgrade in the “Memorial Room” (museum)- dedicated to the thousands of Serbian victims murdered in Kosovo by the Albanian terrorists. This event will be attended by the Serbian Minister of education and science Mladen Sarcevic and the Deputy Commissioner for Kosovo and Metohija Petar Petkovic.
During the cowardly attack in Gorazdevac Albanian extremists have killed Pantelija Dakic (12) and Ivan Jovovic (19), gravely wounding Marko Bogicevic (12), Dragana Srbljak (girl- 13), Bogdan Bukumirovic (14) and Djordje Ugrinovic (20)…
…The perpetrators of this horrific crime never had been found, and the EULEX (The European Union Rule of Law Mission in Kosovo) had officially ended its investigation in the terrorist attack, due to “the lack of evidence”– as per their statement!?
Shortly after the murder of Serbian children, UNMIK (UN mission in Kosovo) had concluded that the Serbian kids were targeted, from the bushes around river Bistrica, by the multiple number of perpetrators armed with automatic Kalashnikov rifles.