16 May 1994 The public was informed in a brief announcement that the Service for protection of the consitutional order (SZUP, i.e. the Croatian Secret Service) “made Radenko Radojicic, born in 1952 in Zagreb, available to the court.” Military Prosecutor’s Office charged Radojicic, together with officers of the former Yugoslav People’s Army (JNA), Colonel Slobodan […]

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