Aktualitet

The report for January 21, Manja: Time for justice, is submitted to SPAK

The report for January 21, Manja: Time for justice, is submitted to SPAK

The Minister of Justice, Ulsi Manjatha, that today he will report to the SPAK for the murders of four citizens on January 21, 2011, after the audio-interception that was published by the media. Manja stated that it is up to SPAK to verify if the evidence is authentic, adding that the murders are state murders and must be investigated objectively.

"Time for SPAK to do justice, the tape shows that it was a state crime. If the evidence is authentic or not, it is up to SPAK to prove it. Murder is murder and it is more aggravating when it happens from the walls of the prime minister's office. There is a new fact that must be investigated objectively by SPAK. We do not enter into whether the evidence that has come out is authentic or not but it is up to SPAK to investigate and declare such a thing. What happened on January 21 has no justification. Anyone who justifies those murders commits another crime against justice. The killers cannot be equated with free protesters, people want me in their pockets. The former Prime Minister has said that if I were in the same conditions again, I would have taken the sniper and I would have killed Edi Rama as well. Even for this statement alone, he would have to be charged.We did not expect it from the old justice, but now SPAK", said Manja.