Serbia court convicts 26 members of mob group on murder, kidnapping charges Jaime Jansen at 10:47 AM ET
[JURIST] A Serbian court convicted 26 members of Belgrade's "Zemun clan" and sentenced them collectively to 465 years in prison Friday. The Zemun clan once acted as a hit squad for former Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic [JURIST news archive]. Those convicted, including former paramilitary commander Milorad Ulemek, had been charged with 18 murders, three abductions and two terrorist attacks. Eight of the convicted members of the group were tried in absentia and remain at large.
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