10 years ago in Hungary, a series of murders took place. The goal was the Roma. Victims are mostly forgotten, and most survivors live in extreme poverty.
Eva Coca was once a person who enjoyed life. Together with her husband, Yeno led a modest but happy life.
The couple lived in the village of Tishalok, in the eastern part of Hungary, in a beautiful house with a yard. For decades they had secure jobs, he was in a drug factory, she was at a wood processing plant.
Both in their town and in the workplace were respected and appreciated. That day, Jenna Coca came out of the house in the evening to go to a night shift at a nearby drugstore, where she worked for 38 years. Suddenly this 54-year-old man hit his heart directly in a bullet. He died on the spot.
The assassins were concealed near his house. That night my life was destroyed, "recounts Eva Coca. Her husband was the fifth victim of a series of lethal attacks on Roma in Hungary in 2008/2009. Right-axis perpetrators killed a total of six people and injured 55. There was only one single motive - they were against the Roma.