From the very beginning, theater director Jaša Jenull has been actively inciting violence against the legitimate authorities. On his Facebook profile, he first called for the lighting of candles in front of the National Assembly, then he called for people to come play golf, and finally, he called for people to join the protest by cycling. Right before the new Government took over power, Jenull also published an add on his Facebook profile, for paid participation in “art events,” which casts a shadow of doubt on the spontaneity and sincerity of many of the cyclist who will apparently cycle in front of the Parliament building once again on Friday, May 8th. The calling for protests is unlawful, as public gatherings are still banned because of the epidemic of the novel coronavirus, and people are therefore wondering how come Jenull is feeling so brave. He is supposedly the son of the Supreme State Prosecutor Hinko Jenull, who began his career during communism. As a regime judge, his actions included illegally seizing the newspaper Mladina, which was critical of then-authorities, and after Slovenia gained its independence, he found himself in the informal group for settling the score with SDS. Many other Slovenian prosecutors are still being influenced by him.