1. The court's decision is quite unusual as Veselinović got one month of detention for the unlawful possession of a single gun. In the past ten years, no one in Kosovo has spent a month in detention for one gun," defense counsel Ljubomir Pantović told reporters.

    In Kosovo you can get arrested for wearing T-Shirts with cyrillic letters, for carrying Serbian flags, or simply for 'looking suspicious'. I hope this person won't be tortured by KPS in prison.

    About 'unlawful possession of weapons': If police will raid a randomly picked house in Pristina, I think they will find weapons without permit in at least 25% of the apartments.
    (Comm. Parrisson, 1 August 2013 10:56)

    Comm,

    As usual, your statements are neither true or documented. Your attempt to revile your enemies when you cannot find any legitimate criticism of them only exposes your frustration.
    (The Count of Kosovo, 4 August 2013 18:12)

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  2. "The court's decision is quite unusual as Veselinović got one month of detention for the unlawful possession of a single gun. In the past ten years, no one in Kosovo has spent a month in detention for one gun," defense counsel Ljubomir Pantović told reporters.

    In Kosovo you can get arrested for wearing T-Shirts with cyrillic letters, for carrying Serbian flags, or simply for 'looking suspicious'. I hope this person won't be tortured by KPS in prison.

    About 'unlawful possession of weapons': If police will raid a randomly picked house in Pristina, I think they will find weapons without permit in at least 25% of the apartments.
    (Comm. Parrisson, 1 August 2013 10:56)

    Somebody should warn the Kosova* police about Johnny Longhorn [link]
    (another Johnny, 1 August 2013 21:02)

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  3. conflating thins again are we? its EULEX that ordered the arrests, not the Kosovar authorities. bizarre what people will believe to feel a victim
    (Nikolle, 1 August 2013 11:30)

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  4. "The court's decision is quite unusual as Veselinović got one month of detention for the unlawful possession of a single gun. In the past ten years, no one in Kosovo has spent a month in detention for one gun," defense counsel Ljubomir Pantović told reporters.

    In Kosovo you can get arrested for wearing T-Shirts with cyrillic letters, for carrying Serbian flags, or simply for 'looking suspicious'. I hope this person won't be tortured by KPS in prison.

    About 'unlawful possession of weapons': If police will raid a randomly picked house in Pristina, I think they will find weapons without permit in at least 25% of the apartments.
    (Comm. Parrisson, 1 August 2013 10:56)

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