Video and text articles from reports of the arrest of Ljube Boskoski on June 6, 2011, have mysteriously disappeared from the websites of the TV stations that at the time, had reported on the sensational story of the events outside restaurant “Vodenica”.

Yesterday, Katica Janeva’s team of prosecutors announced that they have opened an official investigation dubbed “Tortura” and have filed charges against 7 persons for the use of excessive violence, profanity and threats against Mr Boskoski.

While searching the internet for articles related to this case, the titles of the articles appear, but when you click on the title, the page redirects you to another page or empty pages, or to pages where a message appears indicating some sort of error or that the content does not exist, and in some cases they lead to pages with video material from today’s content, such as the website of TV “Sitel“.

Video footage of Boskoski’s arrest can be found on the video service ‘YouTube’.
Some of the video clips  which have been posted are on in certain channels where only registered users can log in to watch the video.

The only video channel where the video of Ljube Boskoski’s arrest is still available is “Press 24”, however, the video-clip is not on their official website.

The video footage from “Press 24” and “Kanal 5” (taken via”YouTube”) explicitly show Boskoski’s arrest and his face in not blurred throughout the video-clip.