Disorder in the Court

Serbia's tabloids know who killed Zoran Djindjic, the Prime Minister assassinated on a Belgrade street just over a year ago. It was Big Tobacco, angry at his planned sale of the lucrative state-owned tobacco company. Or it was Britain's sas, punishing him for asserting too much independence from the West. Or it was the CIA because, well, because they're the CIA. One former government official even insisted to Time that Djindjic ordered a fake hit on himself, so that in the aftermath he could impose a state of emergency and cement his hold on power. According to this theory, he died...

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