17 May 1997 To prove the accusations against the counter intelligence service (KOS) and meet Branko Kostic’s promises of “the greatest of spy scandals” evidence had to be created. When sentencing innocent people when no crime has been committed and no evidence exists, witnesses are brought in but some cause has to be found. First, […]

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