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VIOLENCE IN SERBIA DEEPENS
by Marko Lopusina = A STATE LICENSE TO KILL SLOBODAN MITRIC
HIER DE Engelse correctie – als titel stel ik voor
VIOLENCE IN SERBIA DEEPENS – A STATE LICENSE TO KILL SLOBODAN MITRIC
met als noot at the beginning:
Note: This article by Marko Lopusina is a translation from a larger article that appeared in the Serbian journal “Serbiana” on May 5, 2010. The subtitle has been added by the translator, the truth of which will become evident from the response by the intended target, Mitric himself.
Note: The following article is a translation of a larger article published on May 5, 2010 in the Serbian newspaper Serbiana (http://serbianna.com/srpski/?p=288)
THE FATE OF A PROFESSIONAL
Dutch authorities have been preparing for months to deport, as the official document states, "a very dangerous prisoner” to Serbia.
It is Slobodan Mitric, better known by his nickname Karate Bob, from Belgrade, who was accorded political asylum in the Kingdom of the Netherlands three decades ago, but who then became at odds with the Dutch Royal Ministry of Justice, which decided to expel the political emigrant to Serbia.
RADOJE & DOBRILA MITRIC 1947
Mitric, an electrician by trade, was born on March 1, 1948 in Backa Dobro Polje, the son of Radoje Mitric from Piva, a partisan of a poor family but an honorable man. From the age of 16, he trained traditional Shotokan karate style. Until the age of 23, he worked as a professional karateka. He developed a new style of karate called cell-can-do. Then he began working as a liquidation agent for Tito’s secret police. In his own words, he worked as a secret agent for the SFRY (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia). After the conflict in connection with his participation in an attempt to kidnap Vladimir Dapcevic, a fugitive general of Tito, Mitric fled to The Netherlands in 1973. The Yugoslav secret police went after him with their liquidators, but Bob Karate eliminated them.
"The Yugoslav SDB selected me to murder the general who alternately lived in Belgium and The Netherlands. I melted with joy, because I thought if I could accomplish that task, I would be able to realize all my desires for a normal life," Slobodan Mitric wrote in his memoirs, admitting that he was working for the secret police as Tito’s liquidation agent.
Ten days after his refusal on 25 December 1973 to liquidate Dapcevic, all Dutch newspapers wrote that Slobodan Mitric as part of an internal feud killed three compatriots in Cafe "Mostar" in Amsterdam. He was sentenced to 13 years imprisonment. Mitric in his defense contended that since he failed to carry out his assignment to liquidate Vlado Dapcevic, Tito sent his agents out to liquidate him.
However, the Dutch police stated that the killings took place in 1973 after Slobodan Mitric and a certain Sasa Grizelj had agreed to rob a bank in Amsterdam. But Grizelj did this with his friends and carried away the spoils before Bob’s nose.Infuriated because of this deception, Mitric entered the restaurant "Boomerang" and in Grizelj’s company fired a volley of 17 bullets. Thereby he managed to murder three men and injure two people. He was arrested for murder and placed in the Scheveningen prison. He spent a total of 17 years in jail, during which he wrote a book about the Mafia.
From prison, Mitric complained to Bill Clinton, George Bush, Dutch Queen Beatrix and Serbian President Boris Tadic, asking for help to be released.
Mitric is not the only Serb suspected of being a liquidation agent. Three former liquidators are still alive in Serbia and Montenegro, after the Serbian secret police has killed the other ten. These people were known to the public as leaders of the paramilitary armed forces or godfathers of the Serbian underworld, something confirmed by Bože Vukušić, author of a book on secret assassinations of immigrants.
RESPONSE TO LOPUSINA MARKO’S VOMITTANCE
This article was written by the crook and thief Marko Lopisina, a monster, who for years has been trying to get in touch with me …
Of course, that man is a member of the SDB, or as it is called BIA, an ordinary underhand intriguer … He did not inform me that he published this article [in May of this year] and until yesterday [July 6, 2010], I knew nothing about his vomittance…
I went to work for the state security service the day that a bomb exploded in the cinema at the Balkansa street in Belgrade, that blew away the legs of a young Belgrade girl. I reported voluntarily to find the "heroes" [responsible for that misdeed]. I have no regrets and would, if necessary, do the same today …
It is not true that I was ever a liquidation agent, but that I’ve worked as a patriot to fight terrorists and criminals without borders…
It is not true what Lopusina writes that it was an internal feud because of a bank robbery ….
It is true that I kidnapped the General Secretary of the illegal Marxist-Leninist Communist Party of Yugoslavia and, after interrogating him, released him…
Tito and the then assholes went mad …
The reason Stevan Mirković, then Chief of Staff of the JNA, in Novi Sad and Radoš Nedić, head of the SDB in Novi Sad, ordered the SDB to liquidate me is not because I refused to kill Dapčević, but because of everything that Dapčević confessed to me…
Dapčević confessed, among other things, that Tito, Kroeschev and Enver Hodja (the then president of Albania) in Tirana in the early sixties demanded from him and leading Serbian Informburo people to recognize an independent Kosovo…
When he and all the leading members of the Informburo refused, Albanians arrested all of them at the request of Moscow, tied them up, airlifted them to the Soviet Union and imprisoned them in the infamous Lubjanka ….
Well, that means that real Serbian communists refused the forming of an independent Kosovo…
Furthermore, Dapčević revealed that General Stevan Mirković lied that he was a member of the NOB (resistance) explaining that Stevan was unable to be that, because when the war broke out he was only 12 years old …
STEVAN MIRKOVIĆ – 1954 FIČA
The political commissioner of the Krajina Brigade Milan Zuban has confirmed that Colonel General, later commander of all the forces of the federal JNA, Stevan Mirković was not a partisan and that Mirković lied …
Of course, I was aware of the total truth about Arsa Jovanović and all the crimes that UDBA after 1948 committed against real partisans…
Dapčević en Zuban have evidence that the so-called historical foto of the Chief Commander, taken inside a cave with Đjilas, Leka, Kardelj, Tempm, Bakarić is a falsification … Retouched … at the place where the swollen self-appointed marshal is located, was the chief of staff Arsa Jovanović; Tito was not yet present there …
That Kalabić during the arrest of Draža Mihailovića was not involved in it; he was arrested with a ruse and immediately executed, but there was another self-righteous Vojvoda (who that was remains secret for the time being) who was sent by America and who, after Cica was arrested, returned safely to America…
SLOBODAN PENEZIĆ – KRCUN
That Cica was not executed, but after a show process was taken abroad where until his death he remained under house arrest …
That happened as part of an agreement between the fake Marshal and America …
STEVAN MIRKOVIĆ – SAD
Vladimir Dapčević was Deputy Minister of Home Affairs of Yugoslavia when all of this transpired … but this was also confirmed (in his 5-room apartment on Terazije in Belgrade in 1965) by the then Minister of UDBA (Yugoslavian Security Service) of Serbia, Slobodan Penezic Krcun, shortly before criminals liquidated him…
DRAŽA MIHAILOVIĆ – ČIČA
Because the rats knew that I would publish all of that, they have done their best to get rid of me … but until this very day this is continued by the survivors and the daddy’s sons, who, as is known, have sold Kosovo, and now also want [to sell] Vojvodina and Raška etc….
Slobodan Von Piva
ДОЛАЗИ СРПСКИ СУПЕР АГЕНТ
SLOBODAN RADOJEV MITRIC WAS AND IS A SERBIAN WRITER, AND HAS NEVER BEEN A LIQUIDATION AGENT!
In the beginning of August 1973, Slobodan Radojev Mitric started in Belgrade an investigation into the liquidation of hundreds of Yugoslav political emigrants in the world.
At the end of August of that year, the Minister of Internal Affairs of Yugoslavia, General Franjo Herljević ordered the Yugoslav Internal Security Service SDB to liquidate Slobodan Radojev Mitric.
Some 20 SDB agents then attacked and severely wounded Slobodan Radojev Mitric in front of the building of the Yugoslav Daily Newspaper Politika in Belgrade …
On December 24 of that same year, SDB agents shot at Slobodan Radojev Mitric with a machine gun in the center of Amsterdam ..
In self defense, Slobodan Radojev Mitric prevented the SDB from liquidating him. ..
Slobodan Radojev Mitric winds up in jail and starts writing novels about the misdeeds of the Yugoslav Security Service and publishing them (in Dutch), such as “Tito’s Murder Machine” and “Tito’s Secret Agent” …
But, of course a murderer he never was; instead, by presenting himself as a murderer, he succeeded in revealing almost all the misdeeds that were committed against the political emigrants from Yugoslavia.
The most important novel “The Murder Machine of Belgrade” was written in 1977. At the request of Tito, the CIA confiscated it…
The last ‘CIA’ agent Radonjic of the organization "SOPO" has a copy of that novel, in which all the murders of the political emigrants are described in detail…