3 August 1992 Perisic called the armed and uniformed men with blackened faces “wild groups” which roam the “Serb commune of Visegrad”, loot property, “interrogate” and abduct Moslems. In other words, they do whatever they want, without even dreaming of submitting to the “control and command of the regular Serb authorities in Visegrad” he said. […]

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