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torek, 30 novembra, 2021

Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Janša and Defence Minister Matej Tonin received death threats and a high-calibre bullet!  

By J.S.

Prime Minister Janez Janša and Defence Minister Matej Tonin have again received death threats. Apparently, the same perpetrator is involved in both cases.

The threats allegedly reached them by post on Friday; the letter threatened to liquidate them, and included two large-calibre bullets. The case is being investigated by the police.

As can be seen from the photo material we obtained, the bullet and the text were sent in envelopes to the home addresses of both Janša and Tonin. Interestingly, they have gone to a bit more trouble with the length of the text for Tonin, promising him liquidation. In the case of Prime Minister Janša, a photo of his family has been added.

We asked the President of the Republic Borut Pahor, the President of the National Assembly Igor Zorčič and the President of the Council of State Alojz Kovšca for their comments. We will publish the answers as soon as we receive them.

However, it is obvious that this is also the result of the creation of psychosis by the mainstream media. Will this now finally sober up those who still believe in the good intentions of the descendants of the Communist revolution?

 

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