Presidential motorcade incident driver "turns himself in"

The driver who intercepted the motorcade of Serbian President Tomislav Nikolić late on Wednesday has turned himself in to the police.

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  1. The USA/EU needs to pay more money if they want the job done right!(LOL)
    (george, 22 November 2012 22:40)

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  2. What does he wait till now, for good sake? First we don’t have a discipline in traffic, that’s a fact, so that’s a one more reason for resigns of all important persons in police. Second thing is that this case must me checked again and again. I will not forget this so fast. Yes, he went to the police station, like Bagzi, but I would not believe him before detailed police investigation about this person and complete situation. I am waiting for report.
    (Reiner, 22 November 2012 19:39)

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  3. If someone made a similar mistake with the American President, the undertaker would have to spend a week removing the bullets from his body.

    Serbia is far more civilised than America.
    (Michael Thomas, 22 November 2012 19:28)

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