Still unknown who sent a Bullet in Envelope to Bosnia-Herzegovina’s Parliament


The Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia-Herzegovina and the State Investigation and Protection Agency (SIPA) are still determining who sent an envelope containing a 7.65-millimeter bullet on address of the Parliament of BiH.

On November 7thlast year, an envelope containing a 7.65-millimeter bullet arrived at the address of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Parliament on Wednesday, a police agency confirmed for Dnevni Avaz news portal.

This information was confirmed by Mirsad Vilic, director of the Directorate for Police Coordination of Police Bodies.

There was also a message in the envelope: “With faith in God for life or death” and there was a photo of a skull.

The letter allegedly came from an address in Belgrade. The Prosecutor’s Office of BiH, the Directorate for Coordination of Police Bodies, as well as SIPA have already been informed about this.

“The envelope was opened around 14:00 o’clock and contained a bullet. A KDZ inspection of the premises was also carried out,” was stated from the Parliament.


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