An anonymous commentator, below the texts on his blog dinkogruhonjic.blogspot.com, wrote to the journalist Dinko Gruhonjic: “One Serb, who loves his people, will meet you on the street. What happened next, it will be written in the newspapers” and “A Serb who loves his people will judge you on the street”.

Beta news agency and its editor in chief Dragan Janjic have received threats of violence. Dragan Janjić received a message with following contents: “If there is unrest on Saturday it seems to me that Beta will be burned. Nothing as bad as the RTS (Serbian state TV), democratically expressed dissatisfaction”.

During the recording of Bosnaplasta on Adija Kebu, Huso and Muamer Ćesir fought. Huso Ćesir is SDA President of the Municipal Assembly of Novi Grad Sarajevo. During the attack, Adi Kebo suffered lighter bodily injuries and his camera was damaged.

After announcing the RTV Zenica Trade Union, a group of workers who publicly rebelled against mobbing, censorship, and pressure did not get paid.

For years, Sanela Kapetanović leads the battle to end with the assignment of editorial positions and improvements to personal affinities, sympathy and political closeness.

The Prosecutor’s Office of BiH invited the journalist Avdo Avdic to the hearing as a witness to reveal his source for the text “Consul Ivan Bandic coordinated by action: Croatian intelligence agents seized Salafi to convey weapons in Mesdžida in BiH”

A Facebook page “Srbija NASA zemlja” published a post saying “Nedim Sejdinovic, you are unbearably provoking common people so don’t be surprised if someone rapps you on the knuckles. We don’t approve that but won’t protest either. Such a swindler and rogue hasn’t been seen recently even on the (George) Soros’ pay list. Nedim is NDNV President, Muslim extremist and Serb hater.” After that, dozens of comments with insults and threats were addressed to Nedim Sejdinovic.

A columnist of the Belgrade independent Danas daily Bozidar Andrejic received a threat from a Twitter user “Rade Mjesalica” saying he would beat up Andrejic, adding many swearwords and insults. The threats came after the daily published Andrejic’s column “Prince Marko on Internet” (Kraljevic Marko na netu) in its weekly edition.

After releasing in the media that she will allegedly be chosen to Bosnia and Herzegovina’s ambassador to the Czech Republic, threats have been sent to the Martina Mlinarević as well as members of her family.