Communist Yugoslavia Terror Against Croatians

Reasonable Doubt: Spies, Police and the Croatian Six

To the Croatian Australian community it was a shattering blow to their standing in the wider Australian community. They were tainted with the aura of terrorism and little did Australia know it was all a set up by the Yugoslav intelligence agency to achieve exactly this.


Watch this video and follow a journalist’s (Hamish McDonald) journey for justice.




  1. Ante Tomelic says:

    Such conspiracies, where the plotter eventually becomes a “crown witness” then being freed, deserve a place in literature, so Hamish McDonald’s book “Reasonable Doubt” is a valuable contribution towards truth and has a chance of becoming a real hit. It would be nice if movie industry, including HAVC (Croatian Audio Visual Centre), tap into this amazing story. (!)

    • Somehow I doubt that the current HAVC ensemble will be astute enough and have the good will that would require, Ante. But, miracles do happen 😀

  2. Their is always a greater conspiracy going on to create division and fear, so this does not surprise me Ina.. Thank you for sharing.. The Truth will always find its way to the surface.. <3
    Much love your way <3

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