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    Quote Originally Posted by Riadach View Post
    I don't mean to be cynical, but how much of this is a result of a hunt, or that Serbian authorities feel it politically expedient to surrender him at this time?
    If true then it is a sad reflection on Serbian society. That they would place political expediency before justice and the well being of their brethren.
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    Pity they didn't shoot the bastard when trying to arrest him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcdf View Post
    If true then it is a sad reflection on Serbian society. That they would place political expediency before justice and the well being of their brethren.
    More about pragmatic politics. How many Serbians would be angry over such a person being surrendered?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcdf View Post
    If true then it is a sad reflection on Serbian society. That they would place political expediency before justice and the well being of their brethren.
    Have you ever been to Serbia? The people there are decent folk thank you very much and could do without ignoramuses like you expressing stupid worn out and tired racist tosh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ulster-Lad View Post
    I hope so. Mladic needs to answer for his crimes. However his crimes pale into insignificance to those committed by Bush and Blair.

    You can be sure that the Western media will engage in the usual Serb bashing in the coming days and weeks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dakid View Post
    Pity they didn't shoot the bastard when trying to arrest him.
    Maybe just a little bit... But I'd rather see him tried and dumped in jail for the rest of his days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Partizan View Post
    I hope so. Mladic needs to answer for his crimes. However his crimes pale into insignificance to those committed by Bush and Blair.

    You can be sure that the Western media will engage in the usual Serb bashing in the coming days and weeks.
    Um... ???
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    The BBC's Mark Lowen in Belgrade has been told by the Serbian broadcasting corporation B92 that the Serbian president's office has confirmed it's Mladic that's been arrested. The BBC has also been told the arrest occurred in Vojvodina, a northern province of Serbia in the early hours of Thursday morning.
    BBC News - Ratko Mladic 'captured'
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    Quote Originally Posted by CookieMonster View Post
    Um... ???
    Iraq, Afghanistan....

    Hello McFly.....Hello
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