Ex-U.S. ambassador talks Milošević fall

Former U.S. Ambassador to Croatia and Serbia William Montgomery is promoting his new book - "Struggling with Democratic Transition: After the cheering stops" - and openly speaks about the dramatic events from 2000 until 2004 that came after the fall of the Serbian regime.

Source: nacional.hr
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  1. "Čedomir Jovanović visited the boss of the Zemun (Clan) gang Dušan Spasojević in prison on several occasions and helped him get out of prison"

    Did you LDP fanboys hear that?
    (CommonSense, 4 November 2010 05:04)

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  2. B 92 is still only a simple media-servant to foreign propaganda.

    and this article is the best way to underline that.
    (Jovan, 2 November 2010 15:06)

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  3. Another United States of Windbags.
    (sj, 2 November 2010 09:10)

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  4. "I replied that the Hague Tribunal was making their decisions independently and she just smiled at that, but I promised her that I would pass the letter on to Bush. At the end of our conversation she told me the most interesting thing: she said that her husband had serious health problems with his blood pressure and that he would rather die defending himself than serve any prison sentence. She added that she knew with certainty that he had not been taking his blood pressure medication for quite some time and that he could kill himself that way."

    I would love the Belgrade authorties to arrest Mira Markovic and get her on the stand to corroroborate the above statement.

    If Milosevic was intentionally trying to kill himself, he would have not repeatedly asked for permission to be examined by Russian and Serbian doctors of which he was denied.
    (Jugoslavija, 1 November 2010 19:05)

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  5. "She added that she knew with certainty that he had not been taking his blood pressure medication for quite some time and that he could kill himself that way."

    Yeah, that's the ticket.
    (jla, 31 October 2010 14:36)

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