By Pavla Holcová and Stevan Dojčinović The world got a little smaller on July 17, 2016. That evening, television news reports in Peru and in Serbia were covering the very same story: A global drug trafficker who had switched among 40 identities to escape justice for years had finally been caught. […]
By Stevan Dojčinović, Pavla Holcová, and Alessia Cerantola Mileta Miljanić, a Bosnian-born U.S. citizen, is a wanted man in Italy and faces arrest if he so much as changes planes there. In New York, a 2003 federal indictment of Miljanić remains inexplicably open, with no apparent move to take him […]
By Bojana Jovanović and Stevan Dojčinović (KRIK) For years, Jovan Vukotić was a leader of a criminal gang that carved a bloody trail through the Balkans. But as he sat in a Serbian detention center in late 2019, he was so afraid of being murdered he had his girlfriend bring his […]
By Bojana Jovanović, Stevan Dojčinović and Svetlana Đokić. Additional reporting by Jared Ferrie and Dejan Milovac. A police officer, a football hooligan, and a Montenegrin gangster walk through a ski resort in the mountains of southern Serbia. Nine hours later, and halfway across the country, the gangster is dead in […]
by Bojana Pavlovic and Stevan Dojcinovic In the summer of 2017, a secret encounter took place on a luxurious yacht moored in the coastal Montenegrin town of Budva. A photograph obtained by KRIK, OCCRP’s Serbian member center, shows three men and two women sitting on white leather sofas, enjoying a meal […]
By Stevan Dojčinović and Bojana Pavlović One day four years ago, in a traditional restaurant on Serbia’s Kopaonik mountain, two influential men held a meeting. One was from the world of politics, the other from organized crime. Photographs obtained by KRIK, OCCRP’s member center in Serbia, set the scene: Andrej […]
What made a Serbian Judge Quit?
What would make a reputable judge, hailed by many as one of the best, quit? The decision, he said, was his way to avoid massive pressure he had been experiencing from his superiors in the Serbian justice system and to start a career somewhere he thinks he can be more independent.
Crime and Corruption Reporting Network (KRIK) is a non-profit organization established to improve the investigative journalism in Serbia.
The organization was founded by a team of journalists who for years has been engaged in exposing crime and corruption, and who have received many awards for their work.
KRIK is part of the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP), an international non-profit organization...
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