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Suspects for attack on Croatian fans in custody

29. January 2012. | 08:40

Source: Tanjug

The Novi Sad High Court, after a long hearing, placed into custody of up to one month the 13 suspects for the attack on Croatian supporters in Novi Sad.

The Novi Sad High Court, after a long hearing, placed into custody of up to one month the 13 suspects for the attack on Croatian supporters in Novi Sad.

Following Tuesday's (January 24) match between Croatia and France at the 2012 EHF European Men's Handball Championship, Croatian fans were attacked in Novi Sad and Ruma. A total of 13 persons were arrested on the ocassion, while two persons are still at large.

As investigating judge Nenad Simovic told Tanjug Friday, after hearings conducted by several judges, custody was set for all 13 detained by order of the prosecution. The detainees are suspected of violent behavior at sports events and public gatherings, and one of them of illegal possession of weapons.

Simovic added that almost all the suspects denied in the hearings that they committed the criminal acts with which they are charged.


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