Former Serbia prosecutor arrested for assisting Milosevic hit squad Gabriel Haboubi at 4:24 PM ET
[JURIST] Former Serbian state prosecutor Rade Terzic was arrested Friday for allegedly assisting members of a criminal gang connected with the murders of various Serbian officials escape prosecution while in Terzic was in office. Terzic is believed to have belonged to Belgrade's "Zemun clan," which acted as a hit squad for former Serbian President Slobadan Milosevic [JURIST news archive]. Working in Belgrade between 2001 and 2003, Terzic is alleged to have assisted releasing other clan members from jail.
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