The international association for human rights, which, as it says, fights against selective justice in the country, protested Monday outside the court in Kicevo in support of the Kicevo- born Sehekerim Ahmeti known as El Cheka, who currently lives in Chicago and releases audio tapes over alleged currupt actions by senior members of DUI.

The citizens who protested were carrying banners reading “criminals”, “don’t judge those who report crime”. The Kicevo branch of the Besa movement also announces its participation in the protest, which called on its members and sympathizers to join Monday’s protest.