The court in Split today announced the verdict in the case of the triple murder, which was carried out at the beginning of last year on a murderous march by the then 25-year-old Filip Zavadlav. He was sentenced to 40 years in prison, he reports 24 hours.
The prosecution demanded the most severe sentence for Zavadlav, ie 50 years in prison. They were convinced that the indictment had been proven and that Filip Zavadlav had carefully planned the crime because he wanted revenge. victims.
Philip was found guilty, he defended himself that he was not guilty. PHOTO: Facebook
The 26-year-old killer testified in court late last week and denied everything. He does not see himself at the scene of the triple crime, is not guilty and proposes that he be nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.
“I was at sea at the time, but I was arrested for insinuating someone,” the accused defended himself in court. “No one has convinced me yet that I am the person who shot. I am sorry that we live in such a society, a message must be drawn from this, “he reported Morning paper.
The indictment charged him with triple murder for revenge on a drug gang that allegedly harassed him for months to repay their brother’s alleged debts. He fired 36 Kalashnikov shots at three men riding two engines. Two died at the scene and a third later in hospital.
According to Croatian media, the victims were old acquaintances of the police connected with the drug trade.
Zavadlav’s march through Split was recorded by witnesses with mobile phones. After several police actions, he was arrested in a bar, where he was allegedly sitting with his brother and father. When police specialists arrived, he surrendered calmly.
The perpetrator is reported Morning paper worked on a ship. He was also an athlete, supposedly winning several medals in taekwondo. After returning from the voyage, drug dealers allegedly attacked him in April due to the debts of his middle brother, who even threatened him with a knife.
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