Groups of Partizan fans from Zurich and Vienna came to Milan to support the leaders of the “Principles” group, Veljko Belivuk and Marko Miljković, before the match between the Red Star and the “Rossoneri”.
Belivuk and Miljković were arrested three weeks ago on suspicion of having committed the most serious crimes, and while the police are collecting evidence, the “gravediggers” from the diaspora sent messages of support to “Velji Nevolji” and “Mareta” tonight.
“Zurich is sending support, arrested brothers, where did you stop, we are continuing!”, It is written on the banner that the “gravediggers” brought in front of the “San Siro” stadium, took pictures with him and posted that picture on social networks.
Not far from there, they put up another banner that reads:
“Velja and Mare are the strongest heads!”
The signatories of that message are the “Viennese Gravediggers”.
Belivuk and Miljkovic are suspected of several brutal murders. It is suspected that they took their “opponents” to weekend houses outside Belgrade, where they tortured, killed and massacred them „
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