1. se people should stay in jail because they belong in jail.
    (Eric, 26 March 2014 03:28)

    Eric, these people are two of the most prominent defence lawyers in Kosovska Mitrovica. They have been arrested to prevent them from doing their job - and the restrictive measures imposed on them upon release show full well that this was the only reason why they have been arrested... This is trully problematic, as it puts EULEX in the same league as dictatorial regimes...

    * "The court ordered a ban on contacting witnesses and other suspects in the case, seized their travel documents, and banned them from leaving their place of residence without the court's permission, Gudeljevic told Tanjug." [link]
    (M-la-maudite, 27 March 2014 15:58)

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  2. The purpose of Kosovo police? To employ former 'freedom fighters', protect the local drug mafia against rivaling groups, and looking away when people, buses, churches are attacked by the mob. And no, it's not only Serbs working for it.
    (Comm. Parrisson, 26 March 2014 13:54)

    That's nice of you to say that,but Vulin is pissed off because the police up North were not notified. So nobody could leak the arrest news and the Serb police up north were not able to tell these guys to escape and evade justice. He thought that with the Serb police up north any arrest warrant will be leaked and no Serb would ever be arrested. Vulin thinks too highly of himself. He has yet to outsmart the big fishes. I don't believe he will but let's see.
    (J, 26 March 2014 21:04)

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  3. Faruk is an Albanian, he was the former communal representative -- I think in english it is called a prosecuting attorney.


    Tung,
    (KOSO, 26 March 2014 18:29)

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  4. "...we must wonder what the purpose of Kosovo police is and whether it has not been informed just because there are Serbs working for it," Vulin said.

    The purpose of Kosovo police? To employ former 'freedom fighters', protect the local drug mafia against rivaling groups, and looking away when people, buses, churches are attacked by the mob. And no, it's not only Serbs working for it.
    (Comm. Parrisson, 26 March 2014 13:54)

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  5. One of the lawyers arrested is named Faruk Korenica. He's Albanian. Now every arrest made is bad for Serbs. Vulin has lost it. This won't last. He'll get what he deserves faster than some think.
    (Avni, 25 March 2014 23:34)

    Faruk Korenica is not albanian. He lives in Northern Mitrovica in the street Kralja Petra, do you really think an albanian would represent a serb?
    (Daniel, 26 March 2014 13:01)

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  6. These people should stay in jail because they belong in jail.
    (Eric, 26 March 2014 03:28)

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  7. Maybe it's time we have a minister for Serbia. He won't have to do so he will go in the media and complain about anything happening in Serbia all the time. Dog bit you? That is the Serbian state intimidating you. Your tire is flat? The Serbian state is pressuring you and trying to make your life hard. They sent you the phone bill? The Serbian state is applying xenophobic policies. This is Vulin for you. He doesn't have to do; so what the hell, let's call the newspaper guys and talk crap about others and . It's not like he can do anything anyway. Might as well find something to do to justify a state salary while doing nothing. For god's sake, he is a paper pusher that has no authority to push paper. Don't ever go into a bathroom in N. Mitro if you are from the West or Albanian. You will be on the breaking news in Serbia. Vulin will be accusing you of trying to gas the Serbs and intimidate them with your flatulence. It's cool though. With officials of such a low caliber such as him; he helps our cause more than anybody else. Now if Jeremic was to make it into this new government that would do wonders for us.
    (J, 26 March 2014 02:30)

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  8. This guy believes that if you are a Serb living in northern Kosovo should enjoy immunity from any prosecution. Where on earth does that principle applys?
    (EA, 25 March 2014 22:03)

    No he just believes that people should not be arrested because of their nationality.
    (Daniel, 26 March 2014 01:30)

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  9. Representatives of local self-governments warned on the occasion that they would "revoke the presence" of the EU mission in the north "unless EULEX stopped with its unilateral actions."

    Why not ask Putin for help, hee, hee.
    (The Count of Kosova, 26 March 2014 00:53)

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  10. One of the lawyers arrested is named Faruk Korenica. He's Albanian. Now every arrest made is bad for Serbs. Vulin has lost it. This won't last. He'll get what he deserves faster than some think.
    (Avni, 25 March 2014 23:34)

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  11. This guy believes that if you are a Serb living in northern Kosovo should enjoy immunity from any prosecution. Where on earth does that principle applys?
    (EA, 25 March 2014 22:03)

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