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Police arrests protester in front of Special Court building

30. May 2011. | 14:40

Source: Tanjug

The police arrested in front of the Special Court building in Belgrade Monday a man causing incidents and disturbing passers-by and journalists.

The police arrested in front of the Special Court building in Belgrade Monday a man causing incidents and disturbing passers-by and journalists.

The person calling himself a chetnic and accompanied by three dogs, was disturbing the cameramen and journalists and yelled insults about Serbian President Boris Tadic and the Serbian government.

The protester referred to ICTY indictee Ratko Mladic, who is in a detention unit of the Special Court, as his commander, adding that he is ready to die for him.

The protester, estimated to be about 50 years old, was asked for his ID, and as he had no identity papers on his person, he was taken to the police station.

More than ten journalist teams have been waiting in front of the Special Court building since Thursday for news regarding Ratko Mladic's extradition.


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