Court in Pristina sentences a man with 13 years imprisonment for terrorism

Court in Pristina sentences a man with 13 years imprisonment for terrorism

Pristina, 29 June 2016/Independent Balkan News Agency

By Elton Tota

Court of First in Skopje has handed a 13 years prison sentence to a Serb national Slobodan Gavric, accused of terrorist acts.

Gavric was arrested in Pristina in December 2014, as police found 12,2 kg of explosives in his car.

Special Prosecution indicted Gavric on 10 July 2015.

According to the indictment, Gavric’s explosive was taken in Belgrade and it was suspected to be used for the preparation of criminal terrorist acts.

This amount of explosive contained a powerful substance called PETN, combined with metal fragments, bolts and nails, which were supposed to boost the destructive force and the number of fatalities.

During the trial, Gravci pleaded innocent, while saying that he had brought the explosive in Pristina to sell it.

He declared that he had even come two times before in the capital of Kosovo with this dangerous load. /balkaneu.com/