Punishment for free speech or criminal "Cobweb"?
"This process with the delivery of such a draconic measure increases the pressure on media and as a consequence this will cause auto-censorship among journalists," assesses Professor Selajdin Salihu. Analyst Edmond Ademi also has his own dilemmas regarding the court process "Cobweb."
"Without going into whether there are elements for economic crime, the sentence for process "Cobweb" contains vagueness, political influences and a way to close the mouths of the non-followers. The fact that the entire group has been sentenced to 109 years in prison, while a murderer is sentenced to 10 or 14 years in prison shows how much this country is just," said Ademi.