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After crippling the Supreme Court, which is now in process, President Ivo Josipović, Minister of Justice, Orsat Miljenić Prime Minister Zoran Milanović will by January 15, 2014 try to break Mladen Bajić.
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    11.09.2013 23:04 Author:

    Željko Peratović

    Intimidating the Witness Against Perković

    The only witness who has accused Josip Perković of war crimes to date did so by showing the court an old photograph of the most famous Croatian spy and stating “This man beat me”. This same witness had his cottage broken into precisely at the time “Lex Perković” was being passed in parliament He feels that this was an act of intimation. According to neighbors who live nearby, the cottage was bro...
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    10.01.2012 17:56 Author:

    Željko Peratović

    The man who knew too much

    Vesna Levar also kept taking her case to the highest state officials, so Bajić reviewed the whole story: although he allegedly personally questioned the other M. M. last year, the case was transferred to the State Attorney’s Office in Karlovac.
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    03.01.2012 23:16 Author:

    Željko Peratović

    Blackmailed, blackmailer, Mladen Bajić (Video)

    The regime in Croatia functions on the principle that everybody has everybody else by the balls. Those who do not allow to be had by the testicles are declared lunatics, marginal figures, rapists, pedophiles, drug traffickers, junkies, forgerers, blackmailers, murderers to be charged…
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    14.12.2011 22:09 Author:

    Željko Peratović

    'Mladen Bajić is a corrupted...'

    I have found the Achilles’ heel of the Chief State Attorney Mladen Bajić in the Lora case. He is now trying to get rid of all the witnesses of his involvement and command responsibility in the Homeland War, which is why he has been prosecuting me for many years now – said the 50-year-old Ivica Bačić from Split, a retired Croatian Army officer and one of the main State Attorney’s Office collaborato...
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    07.12.2011 00:00 Author:

    Željko Peratović

    Journalists must not be witnesses in affairs!

    "We in CJA believe that State Attorney’s Office should work on the issues the Index reported Ilko Ćimić wrote about in many of his texts about the Kamensko affair instead of summoning him as a witness because of revealing of official confidential information “, told the CJA president Zdenko Duka.
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