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AXJ SLOVENIA : MURDER OF ANDREJ CEKUTA

Post by Admin on Sat Feb 18, 2017 8:53 am

MURDER OF ANDREJ CEKUTA IN SLOVENIA



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Today the world mourns the death of a young man from Slovenia Mr. Andrej Cekuta at the hands of two criminals. They say they were drunk, but not drunk enough to record it all and stream it live on Facebook. AXJ SLOVENIA has created a website on Facebook in his honour and already has a post reach of over 1,500 concerned citizens.

https://www.facebook.com/Andrej.Cekuta.RIP

According to the Daily Mail of the UK here are the facts:

"Two Slovenian men have been taken into custody after a man who was beaten up live on Facebook died from his injuries, authorities said on Wednesday.

The footage showed one of the suspects kicking and punching Andrej Cekuta, 26, even as he lay unconscious on the ground on Monday night, while the other filmed and live-streamed it.

Cekuta was still alive when police found him in the early hours of Tuesday in the eastern village of Podbocje but he succumbed to his wounds in hospital in the afternoon.

Ales Olovec, 20, and Martin Kovac, 29, were arrested at the scene, according to the Slovenske Novice.

'The investigating judge ordered the detention of the two suspects after questioning them,' police spokeswoman Alenka Drenik said.

The Dnevnik newspaper reported that police intervened following an anonymous phone call and needed hours before getting the 20-minute video removed from the internet.

Cekuta was still alive when police found him in the early hours of Tuesday in the eastern village of Podbocje but he succumbed to his wounds in hospital in the afternon. Cekuta was still alive when police found him in the early hours of Tuesday in the eastern village of Podbocje but he succumbed to his wounds in hospital in the afternoon
By that time it had received more than 250,000 views and garnered 400 'likes' on the social media website.
The Slovenske Novice daily reported in an article titled 'Died as Slovenia watched' that Cekuta and the two alleged attackers knew each other and were drunk when they fell into a quarrel.

It is not the first time that Facebook's Live tool, launched last year, has caused controversy. Last month Swedish police arrested three men on suspicion of gang-raping a woman live on Facebook to a closed group with 60,000 members. The film has been removed from Facebook but after it circulated on the internet. The suspects, aged 18, 20 and 24, were arrested early Sunday in an apartment in Uppsala, 45 miles north of Stockholm, in the presence of their 30-year-old victim. The arrest were made after members of a Facebook group saw the attack streamed live and alerted police. Josefine Lundgren, 21, was one of the witnesses who watched the incident online and reported it."

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4228048/Slovenian-men-arrested-Facebook-Live-beating.html#ixzz4Z1Lpi0uI

Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4228048/Slovenian-men-arrested-Facebook-Live-beating.html
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