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Djindjic targeted by multiple snipers, bodyguard tells court

A bodyguard of the assassinated Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic yesterday questioned the official police version of the killing by saying he heard three shots being fired. Milan Veruovic, who is a key witness in the trial of the alleged killers, has contested the official version of events on 12 March last year. Mr Veruovic, 33, who was seriously wounded in the shooting in front of Mr Djindjic’s Belgrade headquarters, added to the trial’s controversy by indicating that the shots came from two different directions. That would mean that there were at least two gunmen, not the single sniper who was arrested and is one of the accused on trial. The testimony suggests a wider plot than has been put forward, as the official version says a single bullet killed Mr Djindjic, while a second injured Mr Veruovic. Full Story

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