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sobota, 27 novembra, 2021

We are EXCLUSIVELY publishing the confession of an employee of the Ministry of Culture, who was threatened by the well-known bully Zlatan Čordić: “Because of the said (…) threats (…) I feel in danger, I am afraid for my life. I take this as a serious threat to my life.”

By: Janja Strah

On Wednesday, February 10th, at 9.30, as can be seen from the official note, the average rapper Zlatan Čordić threatened an employee of the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Slovenia. “Because of the spoken words, the death threats, I feel in danger, I fear for my life. I take this as a serious threat to my life,” the employee later said at the Ljubljana Center Police Station.

On Wednesday morning, Zlatan Ćordić, a self-proclaimed Fužine prince and bully who attacked a Nova24TV cameraman, was with his lawyer Dino Bauk. They were supposedly allowed to inspect two files relating to the state aid received by Ćordić.

They were given access to the files in the meeting room on the ground floor. An employee of the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Slovenia describes the events that followed:

“When I returned to the meeting room, the lawyer became upset saying that he also wanted to have the form copied on the first page (internal form) entitled Proposal for an inventory of the submitted document. I informed the lawyer that this is an internal form, that he has no right to it according to the law. At that time, Zlatan leaned towards the lawyer and photographed the document, which I saw and heard. I immediately approached them, took two files from the lawyer and informed him that the meeting – insight into the files – was over. At that time, Zlatan Čordić raised his voice and declared against me, WHETHER AM I AFRAID OF DEATH, THAT DEATH WILL COME TO ME SOON, then he looked up at the sky and asked God how he could help. When I left the meeting room, Zlatan Čordić told me to know that he had four children, and that I should have them in full view. He repeated this several times. Finally, he said he was saying goodbye to the most unfriendly person.”

“Because of the spoken words, the death threats, I feel in danger, I fear for my life. I take this as a serious threat to my life.”

Everything was first published on its Twitter profile by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Slovenia.

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