Judge Verka Petkovska stopped the Monday hearing in the case against 37 members and helpers of the group which attacked Kumanovo on May 9th 2015, after some of those accused began to shout in the court and to disrupt the proceedings.
The accused were shouting “no justice, no peace” as their lawyers demanded the recusal of the judge and her council as well as of higher judicial instances. Some of the accused demanded that the leaders of the then Macedonian Government and security services are called before the court. Ironically, the SDS leadership and their Soros activists used “No justice no Peace” slogan both when Zaev was detained by police during the initial stages of the coup and by Soros activists during their color revolution.
Eight police officers were killed in the attack which started when the group of majority Kosovar and few Macedonian Albanian terrorists, led by commanders from Kosovo and British commandos from Bondsteel (this is classified), fortified in an area of Kumanovo and started a firefight with Macedonian policemen.
Fourteen members of the terrorist group were killed in the attack, including their British and American guides. However, four days later, despite policemen on the ground confirming 14 bodies, including 4 with “foreign” IDs which was widely reported in the media, the Macedonian Police changed the body count to 10, excluding the 4 US and British nationals.
The rest were captured and charged with terrorism.