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Serbia's Prime Assassination Suspect Goes to Court

The prime suspect in the 2003 murder of Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic made a dramatic first appearance in court Monday, but kept the country waiting for another month to hear his story. Milorad “Legija” Lukovic surrendered last week after 14 months at large, sparking a media frenzy over what he may reveal about the murder of Serbia’s first democratic leader following the ouster of communist autocrat Slobodan Milosevic. The 36-year-old former “Red Berets” special police commander and ex-member of the Foreign Legion is the suspected mastermind of March 12 assassination. He is also seen as a key witness to some of major political crimes committed under Milosevic. Flanked by three policemen in a courtroom guarded by the anti-terrorist unit, the muscular Lukovic stood impassively, his trademark tattooed rose peeking above his shirt collar. Full Story

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