Watch out Croatia – there is a pushy psychic among you

Further to my post yesterday: If not Josip Boljkovac – who then?

Anto Nobilo, Boljkovac’s defence attorney, “revealed” today on Croatian HRT TV that “the murderer is comrade Mico, and not Josip Boljkovac”.[tt_news]=141118&tx_ttnews[backPid]=38&cHash=17b18830cf

He further stated that he performed his own investigation and that the documentation on the case (of mass murder from 1945) was accessible to everyone even the police.

I wonder if this comrade Mico has/had a face and a personal profile or is he just a name inserted into historical documents constructed to throw the murderous scent off the real killers? Nothing could be put past the conniving Communist regime.

The news piece also points out that it was not the first nor the last time that two different courts ruled differently on a procedural matter with regards to criminal investigation.

Although Nobilo’s statement is suspicious at best one could take it as progress. That is, according to him the communists/antifascists/partisans WWII did commit the war crimes of mass murders of innocent Croatians. Comrade = Communist colleague.

Another side of Nobilo’s statement could be that he’s preparing a scenario to obstruct and confuse any further investigation against Boljkovac.

Let’s trust for the moment that Croatia’s County and State attorneys will now strengthen their resolve to pursue justice for victims of communist crimes. Ina Vukic, Prof. (Zgb), B.A.,M.A.Ps. (Syd)


  1. […] As a reminder, the same defence attorney, stated to Croatian TV end of November, when Boljkovac was released from investigative detention, that he knew who the murderer of those civilians was – a comrade Mico! […]

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