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LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — An extradition hearing has been set for Nov. 7 for a Croatian woman who had been living in Kentucky but was charged with murder and torture in Europe related to the unraveling of Yugoslavia in the 1990s.
U.S. Magistrate Judge Robert E. Wier in Lexington said Monday the issues in the case are "coming into sharp focus" and he should have a ruling on whether the extradition warrant for 52-year-old Azra Basic (bah'-sich) should be dismissed before the hearing date.
Originally posted by gavlar1974
reply to post by Paulioetc15
I can tell you my regt killed 50 odd soldiers from the various factions...evacuated 150 muslims ...came under fire daily from small arms mortar ..tanks ..i can also tell you i witnessed the killing of a croat soldier by my platoon.BRITBAT 1993 1 PWO C COY 8 PLT...get your facts straight a lot of men lost there lives from UN/NATO..so you can sleep soundly in your bed..yeah UN is a joke and hands are tied..but some very good blokes from all countrys..Remember the Europe Vietnam...
An extradition hearing has been set for Nov. 7 for a Croatian woman who had been living in Kentucky but was charged with murder and torture in Europe related to the unraveling of Yugoslavia in the 1990s.