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Journalist Klodiana Lala has provided new details of the serious event that took place outside the Top Channel television, where the Kalashnikov rifle took the life of the security guard, Pal Kola.
Invited to the News 24 studio, Lala said that the vehicle which was found burnt in Golem of Kavaja, and which is suspected to belong to the aurors of the event, was stolen in the city of Shkodra.
According to Lala, the barrage of bullets poured over the entire facade of the second floor of the building, increasing the danger for the journalists who were inside. Lala said that it is suspected that the perpetrators shot while walking.
"A vehicle stolen in Shkodër some time ago, came from the Kashari bridge. Fixed in the middle of the building, the whole facade of the second floor was shot, from about 15 m. I say that the media is never empty and all those who were inside were in danger. The guard was inside his cabin and was sitting down. One of the guards at the time of the attack left for a few minutes.
The vehicle then left on a secondary road and headed towards Kavaja, where it was found burnt. It was shot while walking, so they didn't land on the ground. Investigators are looking at the whole dynamic. So far we can not talk about an author about this event. It is seen as an open attack on the media.
Today in the outer premises of Top Channel I have seen a cold climate and a climate of uncertainty. A Range Rover vehicle was used and burned in the middle of the road as if to say the crime is on everyone. Therefore, this event should be investigated because otherwise it can give voice to the crime to be repeated" , said Lala.