April 6, this year, as the Yugoslav news agency Tanjug reported on Thursday, that Dragoslav Rakic, an experienced investigative judge at the District Court in Belgrade, started criminal proceedings against Milan Lukic based on a reasonable doubt that he had abducted 17 passengers from the train on the BelgradeBar railway in the village of Strpci […]

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