During a talk show on a national-reach TV station in the evening on July 18, Interior Minister Aleksandar Vulin showed partly censored photos of decapitated bodies.
In a political talk show called Hit Tvit on TV Pink, he explained that the photos were discovered in mobile phones belonging to members of Veljko Belivuk’s gang, adding that all their crimes were committed in a house located in the village of Ritopek near Belgrade.
Also shown were the photos of packages containing, according to Vulin, cocaine, along with the images of the suspects taken next to a swimming pool and during vacations.
“All victims are Partizan soccer club fans; they were butchered by other Partizan fans, all of whom we have identified…These (photographs) are their trophies, they bragged with them,” the interior minister said. He added that media reports saying that the Partizan fans “have turned against” Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and are chanting offensive slogans against him, are “an orchestrated discontent of a crime group.”