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Milosevic Security Chief, 3 Others Sentenced to Jail

July 07, 2001|From Times Wire Reports

A Yugoslav court sentenced Rade Markovic, the feared Serbian secret police chief under Slobodan Milosevic, to one year in jail for revealing state secrets.

Markovic is the first senior Milosevic ally to be convicted by a court since reformers ousted the former Yugoslav president in October.

Two of Markovic's former police associates, Milan Radonjic and Branko Crni, also were sentenced to one year in jail, and a third, Nikola Curcic, received a sentence of one year and four months.

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