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WikiLeaks: Terrorists in Kumanovo were in communication with SDSM
WikiLeaks just confirmed MINA’s reports from 2016 that SDSM structures were in communication with Kosovo terrorists who entered Kumanovo. Although our sources went pretty high up the chain in the DBK, it was Zoran Zaev who practically admitted on SDSM’s collaboration and planning with the terrorists when he announced “There will be blood in May if Gruevski doesn’t step down”.
The terrorists struck on May 10th, although were prevented by police to carry out their original plan which was to attack malls, open markets and police stations on May 15th which would have resulted in many civilian casualties.
In correspondence between State Department officials and the US Embassy in Skopje, Wikileaks published the following communication:
“The Bravo team confirms at least 20 members entered from Kosovo, at the moment they are concentrated in the hills around Kumanovo. Even though they see themselves as islamic radicals, this group uses criminal and terrorist methods” says the correspondence.
The State Department goes on to say: “This group is close to Haradinaj in Kosovo, and has already established communication with politicians in Skopje. They have met at least twice in Prishtina. Members of these radicals in Kosovo and Macedonia are communicating with political movements (SDSM) who wish to see the fall of the Government” says in the document obtained by WikiLeaks.
A day after the incident in Kumanovo, SDS leader Zoran Zaev instead of visiting the injured policemen, he opted to visit individuals with close ties to UCK who assisted the terrorists with logistics and real-time information on the movement of Macedonian policemen in the area.
We had also reported that Zaev’s right hand Zahir Bekiri (currently in jail for producing 35,000 fake Ids) had 80 bullet proof vest hidden away in an SDSM office meant for the terrorists in Kumanovo, but were never delivered as the police took action several days before the scheduled terrorist attack.