Prosecution Wants to See Kamenik Imprisoned for 20 Years, Again
Celje, 6 June - In his closing argument at the Celje District Court, high state prosecutor Milan Birsa asked the court to impose a 20-year prison sentence on Kristijan Kamenik, a 30-year old charged with murdering four people in 1997. The prosecutor maintains that Kamenik killed Stefan Poharc and Helena Kroslin on his own, while he had an accomplice when he murdered Franciska Poharc and Viktorija Kroslin. The court is to pronounce its verdict on Wednesday.
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