Saturday, May 28, 2011

Lazarevo dwellers want their people bearing the name of Mladic

In Lazarevo, the town where Thursday was captured war crimes suspect Ratko Mladic, a group of residents wants to launch an initiative to take his place in the future the name of the detained Bosnian Serb general. As reported Friday serbia news agency 'Fonet', the villagers want to present in coming days such a request.

In this, ask Lazarevo, located about 85 kilometers north of Belgrade, bearing the name of Mladic or at least do the street who was arrested the former general. Asked about why they want their people bearing the name of a person accused of being responsible for the deaths of thousands of people, several people responded that this way they want revenge against Croatia.

The villagers recalled that the country wanted to appoint a town square in honor of Ante Gotovina, a convicted war criminal, responsible for the deaths of hundreds of Serbs in Croatia. In Lazarevo, about 3,500, live several families of Ratko Mladic, as the press has emerged in Serbia's question about why the police had never searched before the war crimes suspect there.

Authorities said Thursday's raid was the first held in the rural village where Mladic, armed with two pistols, was arrested at 5.30 in the morning as he prepared to take a walk.

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