So they know where to find him?

I'm guessing this is a planted story. Friday's Večernje novosti has a very short item claiming that the Republika Srpska police "contacts the family of Radovan Karadžić every seven days" at which point they "recommend that he should surrender." They quote police official Radovan Pejić as saying that "we try to let them know about the privileges and benefits that a voluntary surrender would bring them." Are we to conclude that they are in touch? The evocative character of the piece and its lack of detail would lead a person to think that something is in the works. Which might mean that nothing is.

1 comment:

Seesaw said...

The same thing goes on in Croatia re Gotovina! The show must go on, I guess!