Crime skyrockets with SDS at the helm, police shoots 2 teens, man shot in head


Perhaps not surprising, but crime has skyrocketed across Macedonia in the past two months, which coincides with the SDS taking over the governing of the country.

Three days ago, policemen shot two underage teens in Strumica, both are critical and in intensive care in Skopje. MoI Minister Oliver Spasovski has refused to provide any information why police shot the two teens who at the time of the incident were sitting in a car.

Earlier today in Struga, famous drug dealer and prostitution boss turned ‘businessman’ Dilaver Bojku was shot and killed in what appears to be mafia style execution. Police has not released any information related to this incident either.

Skopje based media speculates the hit had been ordered by Struga MP Ziadin Sela who is in coalition with Zaev. Both Sela and Bojku were sworn enemies and had clashed repeatedly over who will control the lake coastline and narcotics supply to Struga. In addition, Bojku for the past year had struck a deal with Zaev and Sela to deliver thousands of election votes for the SDS in exchange for large sum of money and expanded control of Struga. The votes were delivered, however according to Infomax when Bojku sought to receive his end of the deal, he was eliminated in broad daylight by a professional at one of Struga’s busiest streets.

Past weekend, STB bank and two betting stores were robbed in Skopje while fake call for a bomb was placed at another bank in the city.