Croatia: Communist Crimes – Two Criminals Down Many Yet To Fall

  Croatia’s former Social Democrat (formerly known as League of Communists) government led by Zoran Milanovic as PM, as well as president Ivo Josipovic, had tried their utmost to avoid the extradition to Germany of former communist Yugoslavia secret police/UDBA operators, Josip Perkovic and Zdravko Mustac. They even passed a law in July 2013 (known […]

Communist Crimes: Tito’s Murder Squads Targeted All Croats Who Opposed His Regime

  How much the “West” will have to answer for – or at least express profound regret – as its complicity in Communist crimes is gradually revealed, may be something that will come to light in no other place but Germany. The past couple of decades have been marked with trickles of information, which suggested […]

Croatia: Germany To Unravel Communist Yugoslavia Crimes Across Europe

Croatia’s former spy chief, suspected communist criminal, Josip Perkovic, has been extradited to Germany on Friday 24 January on suspicion of masterminding the murder of a Yugoslav dissident. He was handed over to the German authorities at Zagreb airport and flown to Munich, reported Croatian TV. A surprise development that will surely warm up the […]

Croatia: Extradition For Alleged Communist Crimes Not Statute-Barred

It’s been a week of nail-biting suspense in Croatia regarding extradition to Germany of Josip Perkovic for crimes associated with specific communist crimes (murder of Croatian émigrés) committed by the former communist Yugoslavia secret police (UDBA). In spite of all the massive pressure and infuriating underhanded dirty tricks by the pro-communist government and lobby in […]

Croatia: Last-Ditch Efforts To Prevent Extradition For Communist Crimes

The District court in Zagreb ruled on Wednesday 8 January that the communist-era intelligence chief, Josip Perkovic, could be extradited to Germany where he is wanted over a killing of Croatian emigrant Stjepan Djurekovic in the 1980s. On Thursday 9 January the District court in Velika Gorica (near Zagreb airport) ruled that the second ex-communist […]

Croatia: Complicity In Communist Crimes – Current!

There is no telling it differently: if you try to cover up a crime, if you try and pervert the course of justice for that crime then you are an accomplice to that crime; an accomplice after the fact. Few days ago I wrote the article regarding the real possibility that after 1st July, when […]

Croatia – Communist Crimes: Tito Directed Political Murders Abroad

Hina news as shared by Croatian news portal Germany to ask Croatia to arrest ex-Yugoslav agent on 1 July On 1 July, when it enters the European Union, Croatia can expect a warrant from Germany for the arrest of a former Yugoslav intelligence officer, Josip Perkovic, who is believed to have masterminded the murder […]

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