3 October 1994 It all happened at 9:30 AM on Thursday at a checkpoint on the highway near Batajnica (the Belgrade suburb where Seselj resides). Seselj was in the car with Steva Dragisic, a Radical Party Parliamentary deputy, who asked “Are they going to arrest you?” when he saw several cars stopped by the police. […]

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