Serbian Police Officer from the Secret Mission in Potocari got fired?

April 29, 2017 8:30 AM

policemen VucicPoliceman Milan Dumanovic, who spoke to Al Jazeera about the undercover mission in Potocari on which he was sent in July 2015 together with is colleague Mladen Trbovic, got fired.

In statements to Al-Jazeera Balkans on October 11, 2016, Dumanovic and Trbovic stated that as police officers, on the basis of oral orders from the elders, they were sent on an undercover mission in Potocari on July 11, 2015, without any legitimation and arms.

They were in Srebrenica at the time of the attack on the Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic.

In January this year, former members of the Department for observation and documentation of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Serbia were arrested on the basis of suspicion that they committed the criminal offense of disclosure of official secret, and after that, first Trbovic and then Dumanovic received the decision on dismissal from their job.

According to their lawyer Vladimir Todoric, this is the act of intimidation of all those who dare to speak about illegalities in the civil service.

“Instead of getting protection as whistleblowers due to irregularities, they were punished by being arrested, charged with the criminal offense of disclosing official secret and now we can see that the intention of the police is to leave them without the existential conditions for life just because of the act of filing criminal charges, about which they talked as union activists of police union Sloga. This message is very clear, not just to police officers in the service, but also to everyone else who notice illegal acts in the civil service, as well as instructions and orders that are illegal, to just keep quiet about it,” said Todoric to Al Jazeera.



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