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"Slobodan Markovic" <twiddle {AT} EUnet.yu>
          April...
"www.vuk.org" <vuk {AT} mordor.kud-fp.si>
          Re: RADIO B92 CLOSED DOWN AND SEALED OFF

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Date: Sat, 3 Apr 1999 05:20:24 +0200
From: "Slobodan Markovic" <twiddle {AT} EUnet.yu>
Subject: April...

    Tonight, about 00:45, NATO missiles exploded in Belgrade's downtown.

    That is the first air-raid on Belgrade downtown since April the 6th
    1941, when Nazi German airplanes bombed Belgrade, marking the start 
    of military occupation of Yugoslavia.

    The targets, this night, were administrative buildings of Serbian and 
    Federal Police in Kneza Milosa Street.

    Right behind those buildings (some 30-50 meters) the largest medical 
    complex in Serbia is situated (Clinical Center of Serbia).

    Cruise missiles exploded less than 50 fucking meters from the biggest 
    maternity hospital in Belgrade. All newborn babies and their mothers 
    were immediately evacuated (who sane could think NATO will strike so 
    near the hospital buildings).

    CNN immediately started to transmit Serbian National TV's program with 
    images of nicely burning buildings, but cut off the transmission when 
    pictures showing hospital evacuation appeared...

    Until now, no one knows the number of possible casualties...

    I simply cannot believe that somebody can issue an order for missile 
    strike on a center of one European capital with more than 2.5 million 
    citizens. I simply cannot believe that such an idiot is breathing air 
    on this fucking planet.

    Feeling no good in Belgrade,

            Slobodan Markovic   | http://solair.eunet.yu/~twiddle
            Internodium Project | http://www.internodium.org.yu

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From: "www.vuk.org" <vuk {AT} mordor.kud-fp.si>
Date: Sat, 3 Apr 1999 23:30:24 +0200
Subject: Re: Syndicate: RADIO B92 CLOSED DOWN AND SEALED OFF

          [orig to <syndicate {AT} aec.at>.]

ho,

for the record.

> ... The new court decision appointed the new
> Director of Radio B92, mr. Aleksandar Nikacevic. 
In march 1991 there were student demonstrations in Belgrade, and 
at one point, I think the third day, the students coordination group 
was invited to negotiate with Milosevic. When our group came to 
the gates of presidential palace, police told us that the student 
delegation is allready having a meeting with the boss. We've 
waited in the street to see who on earth is in there, and the chief of 
this bogus students association was this same Nikacevic guy. 
Later that same day, much like in the case of the meetings with 
Rugova or the cardinals these days, there was a nice tv report on 
Milosevic's steps towards peacefull solution for the current 
difficulties.

Milosevic has backup reusable puppet politicians for this type of 
tasks, and Nikacevic is of that profile.

v

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