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Wanted terrorist arrested in Sarajevo

26. March 2010. | 14:05

Source: bhnews.com

Serbian police (MUP) specified in a statement in Belgrade today that charges against Bulic included membership in a joint criminal enterprise aimed at anti-constitutional activities related to terrorism, and illegal possession of weapons and explosives.

A man found guilty of terrorist activities in Serbia was arrested in Bosnia on a Serbian Interpol office arrest warrant.

The man was identified as Nedzad Bulic, 33, a native of Tutin, in southwestern Serbia.

Last September, Bulić was tried in absentia in Serbia on terrorism charges, and sentenced to seven years in prison.

A Bosnian court has placed him in detention awaiting his extradition to Serbia, reports said.

Serbian police (MUP) specified in a statement in Belgrade today that charges against Bulic included membership in a joint criminal enterprise aimed at anti-constitutional activities related to terrorism, and illegal possession of weapons and explosives.

Bulic and his group were accused of bringing in a large amount of weapons and explosives from abroad, and planning to murder police officers in the town of Novi Pazar.

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