Fugitive Serb is a big hero at home

KULA, Serbia - Welcome home, Miladin. Family friends of international fugitive Miladin Kovacevic said Saturday the accused felon is still a hero on the streets of his Serbian hometown. Full Story
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Since: Feb 08

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#1 Jun 30, 2008
Easy people...we are talking about Serbs!

It's part of Serbian tradition,where a criminal is seen as a hero...

May God have mercy on his criminal 'soul'...
milocev

Brooklyn, NY

#2 Jun 30, 2008
at least this serb left that little upstate hicktown....this incident put little putz schumer on the map!

Since: Feb 08

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#3 Jul 2, 2008
Serbia doesn't need to be on the map,because in relity Serbia never came off the map!
melbourne cro

Sydney, Australia

#5 Jul 4, 2008
a proud serbian, why are you living in canada then, did you run away when the going got tough like most of you serb heroes did you bastards would never go back to kosova or croatia as heroes because you can now bludge off canada instead
someone

Milton Keynes, UK

#6 Jul 5, 2008
serbs keep as heroes mass murderers and child rapists ...now they have petty criminals
Helena

Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina

#7 Jul 5, 2008
someone wrote:
serbs keep as heroes mass murderers and child rapists ...now they have petty criminals
Don't be a narrow idiot. Normal people will never support anything what doesn't have common sense. This manifesto doesn't make you different from those you judge...
amir

Kew Gardens, NY

#8 Jul 5, 2008
Kovacevic wouldn't flee if his hands were clean. But his dirty hands couldn't be washed in USA . Only in Serbia you could get a way with beatings Albanians, Croats, Bosnians and all that didn't believe in the corupted Milosevic regime. This time however they are messing with wrong people..
HOPE

Belgrade, Serbia

#9 Jul 5, 2008
Listen, you Americans have right to remain silent. As man niced said you have to put yours stinking noses everywhere. you are fighting for Americans interests in Afganistan, Iraq... Come on who are you kidding? I belive thats Minjas biggest falt is that he is a Serbian who beat American. I wonder what would happen if roles were reverst? Would you also make this much noise? Think not!! FREE MINJA!!!
Smorskey

Brooklyn, NY

#10 Jul 5, 2008
The international conflicts embarked upon by both nations need not be considered when discussing this issue. All of you who maintain that americans and serbs are animals and thugs in terms of their respective foreign policies, whether or not your claims are true, are missing the point.

The incident took place between two men outside of a bar. One man beat another man to within inches of his life over a "dancing with a girlfriend" issue. Then he fled the country (illegally) to avoid prosecution abroad. The conflict histories of the countries of which these individuals are citizens are of no importance.

Would the serb be tried fairly in the United States? Probably not. He would have the book thrown at him due to the tendency of nations to protect their own.

Will justice be served om behalf of the kid in the coma? Probably not either. The fact that this has created a new international conflict between two countries that already have standing beef is reason enough for Serbia to protect, rather than prosecute this man.

The lack of extradition by Serbia further complicates the matter.

This boy was recruited to play NCAA basketball in this country, and enjoyed the rights of a full citizen during his time here. Yes, he then fled like a coward. COWARD. If you are to enjoy the freedoms that american citizens are granted, and then you are to abuse them by assaulting an amerian citizen, then you should be tried in america. However, faced with the same situation, most people would do exactly as he did. Don't deny it. Self preservation is the strongest instinct.

The damage done to the american is irreversible. His family will suffer for decades to come due to the outcome of this incident.

As far as the serb, he may as well paint a target on his face. His stature (6'9") alone makes him pretty easy to recognize. SOMEBODY, at some time, will get a hold of him. Although it may not be any time in the near future, he will get his comeuppance.

Also, the fugutive left behind two buddies (american citizens) involved in the incident, both whom have been freed on $10,000 bail. Only a COWARD would leave his friends behind to be punished for his own mess. These two will not be given any leniency, regardless of their level of involvement, as long as the original perpetrator is beyond the seemingly rather short arm of american law.

Sorry for the novel. Leave serbian and american nationalism out of this discussion. Be objective, or else keep your insignificant, narrow-minded comments between you and your friends.
srbenda

Salt Lake City, UT

#11 Jul 5, 2008
well

BILL CLINTON AND GEORGE BUSH ARE BIG HEROS AT HOME

DROP DEAD PILGIMS
Srbin

Salt Lake City, UT

#12 Jul 5, 2008
Nek vam je vecna japamja maderfakeri

GO AND EAT BIG MACK

Since: Jul 08

United States

#13 Jul 5, 2008
Smorskey wrote:
Also, the fugutive left behind two buddies (american citizens) involved in the incident, both whom have been freed on $10,000 bail. Only a COWARD would leave his friends behind to be punished for his own mess. These two will not be given any leniency, regardless of their level of involvement, as long as the original perpetrator is beyond the seemingly rather short arm of american law.
I do agree with some your coments but the part where you mentioned that he " a coward" for leaving his "friends" behind is BS! In another article I read that those two guys that were later charged too, are pretty much against him. They were saying how he it was Miladin's fault. I don't think a friend would do that to you too.
Americanos deados

Toronto, Canada

#14 Jul 5, 2008
melbourne cro wrote:
a proud serbian, why are you living in canada then, did you run away when the going got tough like most of you serb heroes did you bastards would never go back to kosova or croatia as heroes because you can now bludge off canada instead
I live in Canada, because Canada needs my brain which I decided to sell to it. Why I have decided to sell it here ???? Because, this is one of the ways I can help my country and my nation.

Why you, as a Croatian live in Australia - this is clear to anyone, I guess - because all criminals, including the CROATIAN WAR LORDS and CROATIAN ETHNIC CLEANSING COMMANDERS ARE FUGITIVES IN AUSTRALIA.

Long live proud Serbia.
Americanos deados

Toronto, Canada

#15 Jul 5, 2008
someone wrote:
serbs keep as heroes mass murderers and child rapists ...now they have petty criminals
You know about Serbs as much as you know about Egyptian mummies = O

Go educate yourself, however if you are an Albanian (which I assume) education will not help as it is useless (no brains, just penises)
Srbin

Salt Lake City, UT

#16 Jul 5, 2008
Smorskey

Elmhurst, NY

#17 Jul 5, 2008
BING86 wrote:
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I do agree with some your coments but the part where you mentioned that he " a coward" for leaving his "friends" behind is BS! In another article I read that those two guys that were later charged too, are pretty much against him. They were saying how he it was Miladin's fault. I don't think a friend would do that to you too.
That could be my mistake. However, it would be convenient for them to turn on him in the midst of this crisis. Understandably, they would not claim to be on the side of the antagonizer who started an international predicament of such magnitude. Remember, self preservation ... The two were roped into this incident and are trying to distance themselves from it no doubt. The fact that he is not around to clear their names and take the blame makes him a coward in my mind.

You could be right though. My father agrees with you.

I mainly thaought that the United States might impose harsh justice on these two in an attempt to prove to the Serbs that our justice is blind, but that is yet to be seen.
from serbia

Serbia

#18 Jul 6, 2008
this is not truth!

Since: Jul 08

United States

#19 Jul 6, 2008
Smorskey wrote:
<quoted text>
That could be my mistake. However, it would be convenient for them to turn on him in the midst of this crisis. Understandably, they would not claim to be on the side of the antagonizer who started an international predicament of such magnitude. Remember, self preservation ... The two were roped into this incident and are trying to distance themselves from it no doubt. The fact that he is not around to clear their names and take the blame makes him a coward in my mind.
You could be right though. My father agrees with you.
I mainly thaought that the United States might impose harsh justice on these two in an attempt to prove to the Serbs that our justice is blind, but that is yet to be seen.
I true, real friend won't turn against you when you are going down. He or she would rather go themselves than turn you in...
Americanos deados

Toronto, Canada

#20 Jul 6, 2008
BING86 wrote:
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I true, real friend won't turn against you when you are going down. He or she would rather go themselves than turn you in...
Yes, the two who are trying to distance themselves are, in fact, Bosnian Muslims, and no wonder that they are trying to annulize their involvement now.

Here again, for all of you who are clueless - Kovacevic, a Serb (Christian Orthodox) was trying to help a Muslim and his girlfriend.

Too sad, this whole situation became so ugly in the end, but no wonder about the Muslims - now they are tyrning their backs, when the situation got tough.....

Kovacevic was naive and was used in this whole conflict....

Marko

Serbia

#21 Jul 7, 2008
The fact of the matter remains the same: He should not be turned over because Serbian constitution, just like American, does not allow for extradition of it's citizens to other countries. So unless Serbia is the 51st state I say no deal regardless of the consequences... The american ignorance and arrogance has gone too far...

Or maybe we will turn him in in exchange for the US pilot who bombed Serbian National TV station in 1999. By the way for those of you who don't know some 20 people died in that bombing... But they are just collateral damage right? well no wonder Kovacevic doesn't trust the US justice system...

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