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Podgorica, MONTENEGRO: Damir Mandic (C), accused of murdering the editor-in-chief of Montenegro's main opposition daily newspaper, Dan, is escorted by court security officers, prior to a court session in Podgorica, 27 December 2006. Damir Mandic, 34, was the only suspect accused of shooting and killing Dusko Jovanovic, 40, outside the Dan offices in Podgorica in May 2004. He was acquitted due to lack of evidence. 'The prosecution failed to provide an argument proving that Mandic was in the car from which Jovanovic was shot,' the judge said. Jovanovic's family and colleagues packed the courtroom which was under tight security for the entire high-profile trial, as Jovanovic had been a strident critic of then prime minister Milo Djukanovic. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC (Photo credit should read SAVO PRELEVIC/AFP/Getty Images)
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Podgorica, MONTENEGRO: Damir Mandic (C), accused of murdering the editor-in-chief of Montenegro's main opposition daily newspaper, Dan, is escorted by court security officers, prior to a court session in Podgorica, 27 December 2006. Damir Mandic, 34, was the only suspect accused of shooting and killing Dusko Jovanovic, 40, outside the Dan offices in Podgorica in May 2004. He was acquitted due to lack of evidence. 'The prosecution failed to provide an argument proving that Mandic was in the car from which Jovanovic was shot,' the judge said. Jovanovic's family and colleagues packed the courtroom which was under tight security for the entire high-profile trial, as Jovanovic had been a strident critic of then prime minister Milo Djukanovic. AFP PHOTO / SAVO PRELEVIC (Photo credit should read SAVO PRELEVIC/AFP/Getty Images)
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