For a month now the campaign of Ilustrovana Politika, adviser to editor-in-chief Goran Kozic and outside collaborator Djordje Martic has been underway, proclaiming as innocent the defendants in case of murder Slavko Curuvija, claiming that there is not enough evidence against them, which would probably mean that the court should released those accused.
Saric was handed down the maximum sentence and remains in custody.
Saric was convicted as the organizer of the group that smuggled 5.7 tons of cocaine from South America to Western Europe during 2008 and 2009. His associates and other members of the group have also been found guilty, with sentences ranging from one to 15 years.
Eight members of this gang remain at large.
The court reviewed a report on expert analysis of communications as one of the key evidences of the prosecution.
According to the prosecution and the Curuvija family lawyers, although the defendants testified that they were in another location when the murder took place, this report confirms that the accused Miroslav Kurak and Ratko Romic were at the scene of the crime.
Corbett and the three others (N.V, N.P. and N.A) have been charged with suspected illegal production, possession, carrying and distribution of weapons and explosives, spokesperson of the Prosecutor's Office Tatjana Sekulic said in a statement to Tanjug.
Corbett was arrested on January 31 in an apartment in New Belgrade, in possession of a CZ-99 pistol with erased serial number.