Baseball Bat In the Autumn of 1990, a member of the Serbian Cetnik Movement was beaten up with a baseball bat in a restaurant in the suburbs, in the vicinity of Studentski Grad. Vojislav Seselj: “I could have beaten them with my bare hands, except that when a man beats somebody and delivers such serious […]
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