On Wednesday, Bojan Jovanovski, the first suspect in the Racketeering case, spent four hours at the Prosecutor’s Office for Organised Crime and Corruption, where he was conducting insight into the evidence against him at Prosecutor Vilma Ruskovska’s disposal. His lawyer, Saso Dukovski, said the evidence material wasn’t vast in terms of quality and quantity, adding that the insight would continue in the coming days, too. He confirmed that the audio and video materials that the public had seen were part of the evidence material. The lawyer stated that he hadn’t seen statements by politicians and that the defence hadn’t been allowed to conduct insight into the hearing of the second suspect, Zoran Milevski. “We weren’t allowed to conduct insight with the explanation that we could request that from his defenders. It’s incomprehensible because the investigation is already over. As far as I know, he’s exercising his right to remain silent, but it amazes me why I can’t see that statement. Not that it will help or hinder me, but it’s not clear to me why I can’t see the suspect’s minutes,” Dukovski stressed. The former Special Prosecutor, Katica Janeva, too, will conduct insight into the evidence material in relation to the case. She will be taken to the Office for that on Thursday.