When in the late 1990s his trail grew too hot in Bosnia, Mladic moved with family into a posh suburban villa in the Yugoslav capital, Belgrade.
In Belgrade, he was seen attending his son's wedding. He showed up at soccer games, dined in plush restaurants and frequented elite cafes, refusing to give interviews and smiling quizzically when he happened to be photographed.
When Milosevic was ousted from power in October 2000, and Yugoslavia's new pro-democracy authorities signaled they might hand Mladic over to the tribunal, tabloids had him leaving Belgrade for Bosnia.
But true to his style, Mladic countered those rumors and others that had him terminally ill in Belgrade. Before going underground in 2002, he was repeatedly seen in public — sometimes with his guards, sometimes without them.
There was no war crimes in Srebrenica. The only victims were the Serbs, whose bodies were the only ones ever confirmed found in Srebrenica, furthermore there are only no Serbs left there, which is the real genocide COMMITTED AGAINST THE SERBS, continually endorsed by the manipulative (international) community! The only crime committed in Bosnia is against the truth in which the Serbs are the only victims cleansed from their ancestral lands. NO truth and justice to be found in Hague Tribunal. -- "Slobodan Petrovich"
"But almost the entire indictment was for after the bombing. How are those charges going to stand up unless you put Bill Clinton and Tony Blair on the dock alongside?"
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