SRĐAN Nogo, former MP for “Dveri” was arrested this morning and ordered to be detained for up to 48 hours by order of the Special Department for High-Tech Crime of the Higher Public Prosecutor’s Office
As previously announced by the prosecutor’s office, Nogo was arrested because of threats to the lives of President Aleksandar Vučić and MP Vladimir Đukanović, which he made on Twitter.
– Those of you who advocate for the Open Balkans, and are working on it, should know that the BALKAN RULES apply here. And to Vučić and Đukanović, don’t forget to shout “Long live Serbia” when they shoot you! PS The good news is that there are no hangings, the bad news is that there will be shootings. I promise – wrote Nogo on Twitter.
This morning, the police searched the residence of Srđan Nog based on the order of the High Court in Belgradeand on that occasion certain IT equipment and ammunition for firearms were temporarily confiscated.
Given that Nogo was not at his residential address at the time of the search, the police took actions and measures to find him.
After coming into contact with Noga, he was detained on the basis of the order of the prosecution for up to 48 hours on the basis of the reasons provided for by law, during which time he will be brought to the Special Prosecutor’s Office for VTK for questioning and further evidentiary actions, along with the criminal complaint and established evidence.
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