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- 12 04 2002 - 01:02 - katatonik

What?

Mr. Vlajko Stojiljkovic, head of police under Mr. Slobodan Milosevic, former president of Yugoslavia/Serbia, shot himself in the head in front of the federal parliament building in Belgrade. In a suicide note, he said this was a protest against parliament’s adoption of a law allowing the transfer of war crimes suspects to The Hague, which had taken place just a few hours earlier.

“Yugoslav President Vojislav Kostunica described the suicide attempt as a “warning to the international community that constantly sets conditions, pressures us and dictates behaviour”.

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Let me see if I understand this correctly: the international community should be warned by a suicide attempt on the part of someone accused of war crimes? Warned of what? That even more suspects would try to kill themselves (and might fail)? Eh?
where’s the man from the suicide blog when you’d need him. sigh.

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