FACE TO FACE WITH EVIL

MANY MEN SUSPECTED OF UNSPEAKABLE WAR CRIMES REMAIN AT LARGE IN THE BALKANS. WE TALKED TO SOME OF THEM

"As if nothing happened." --WALL GRAFFITO IN BELGRADE

Even war has its rules. Slobodan Miljkovic, called "Lugar"--the Gamekeeper--would not have been thinking about that when, as eyewitnesses allege, he had 50 Croat and Muslim Bosnian civilians lined up against a wall and took part in shooting 16 of them, when he sliced an old man's throat with a broken chair, when he clubbed and shot another Bosnian man to death, or when he savagely beat a Croat priest and five others with a police baton, a metal wrench and a car jack. From April 17 until Nov. 20, 1992, the witnesses...

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