Defendant Charged with Four Murders Expects Acquittal After Successful Appeal

Celje, 14 March - Kristjan Kamenik, who was found guilty in 1999 of committing four murders in what was one of the lengthiest and most complicated trials in Slovenia, pleaded not guilty once again on Thursday, as proceedings against him were launched for the second time after his appeal at the supreme court was approved.

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