Milan Radoicic has admitted that he was present in the village of Banjska in the north of Kosovo on September 24, when the terrorist attack by 30 armed Serbs took place.
He made this statement through a letter read by his lawyer Goran Petronijevic to the public from Belgrade.
Earlier, he resigned from the post of vice president of Lista Serbe, the largest party of Kosovo Serbs.
Radoicic led the terrorist group of about 30 people who attacked the police in the village of Banjska in the North of Kosovo.
During today's day, the Kosovo police carried out an action where they seized several luxury cars owned by him. Radoicic is considered to be heavily involved in crimes, including the suspicions of the murder of the moderate Serbian politician in Kosovo, Oliver Ivanovic.
The media in Kosovo have revealed that Radoicic owns numerous properties, including a restaurant and a super-luxurious villa by the lake of Ujman.
It is also sanctioned by the United States of America.