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War crimes suspect said he was forced to kill Bosnians

Marko Boskic, the Peabody construction worker indicted on multiple counts of immigration fraud, told federal authorities on the night of his arrest that he was forced under threat of death to serve in a Serbian military unit that took part in the slaughter of hundreds of Muslim civilians, his lawyer revealed yesterday. Boskic, in a written statement he gave to the FBI and immigration authorities last month, said he had been held in a Serbian concentration camp for about six months in 1994 and was released only on condition that he join the unit. “The only way I got out of the camp was to join the military of the Republic, or I would be liquidated,” he said, according to a portion of the statement released by his attorney Max D. Stern. Group Profile

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