The brother of murdered Martin Neshkoski, Alexander Neshkoski sent a letter to the Special Prosecutor Katica Janeva, urging her to “open criminal proceedings regarding the concealment of his brother’s murder and to determine the possible involvement of others who concealed facts in the investigation and judicial proceedings, other than those specified in the application. ”

“On the 05.06.2015, four years have passed since the brutal murder of my brother at the celebration party for VMRO-DPMNE. My mother and I have filed criminal charges to the Public Prosecutor’s Office in Skopje against Dejan Mitrovski-Urko, Gordana Jankulovska, Saso Mijalkov, PM Nikola Gruevski for criminal acts such as abuse of official position and authority and for their involvement in the cover-up of the murder of Martin Nehskoski. The application is submitted based on conversations that were published in the “Bombs” number 29 on May the 5th, and we would like to point out that these offences are related to the contents of unauthorized interception of communications. Because of their activities and impact on the investigation and court proceedings, the court could not determine the responsibility of the Ministry of Interior and police officers who had officially hired the killer Igor Spasov to secure the meting of the party VMRO-DPMNE. Therefore, this criminal power have prevented my family from hearing the truth of the killing of my brother and we want the justice which he deserves, so my brother can finally rest in peace” said the letter by Aleksander Neshkoski.

He added that “what happened during the shooting of Martin was a real nightmare, and the pressure still has not stopped.”

“I am ready to testify as a witness to it and offer other witnesses who can verify my allegations. The persons we have reported abused all mechanisms of their power, which were available to the Ministry of Interior, and managed to create a lie that no one believes. In concealing facts, a large number of people were involved through tampering with the investigation, perjury, different pressures and attempts to bribe, and I’m sure that if the case is investigated properly, their involvement will be confirmed” concluded the letter from Neshkoski.