Sofia-Shot Baby Child of Zemun Gangster Nenad Milenkovic - Report
The child has been identified as Vuk Rogosic, BGNES news agency reported, citing well-informed sources.
The real name of his Serb mother is Boyana Rogosic, who has been registered in Bulgaria as Maria Rogosic, the agency claims.
Bulgarian police arrested in July 2003 Nenad Milenkovic, a member of the Zemun crime gang in the Varna Black Sea resort.
Milenkovic was arrested by members of the special Bulgarian agency for fighting organized crime, based on an international wanted ring posted by Serbian police during Operation Saber, following the assassination of Serbian premier Zoran Djindjic.
Milenkovic was charged together with Mladen Micic with drug trafficking. He was extradited to Serbia in June 2004.
Four people, initially identified as a Serb woman, her Macedonian husband and a 6-month-old baby, as well as one more Macedonian, were heavily wounded in a shooting late on Wednesday in Sofia's southern district of Belite brezi.
Three masked men fired at the victims just after they stepped out of a car in front of the residential building they live in.
The driver of the car suffered the most severe injuries as he was shot in the head. The infant was hit in the arm.
Police found three small self-loading pistols at the scene of the latest shootout in Sofia, which is believed to have settled scores between members of Zemun Clan.
The weapons were found thrown on the ground near the block of apartments, where the incident occurred later on Wednesday, as police combed the area again early on the next day. There were unidentified amount of drugs and a huge number of forged euro notes in the apartment, where the wounded family lived in.
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"f in Serbia is like in BG, you know that people like Milenkovic often get sick in jail and humanity requres to let them out. "
Just one question, Creepy. How is the act of letting a known murder out on to the streets humane? IMHO, this action seems quite inhumane...
If in Serbia is like in BG, you know that people like Milenkovic often get sick in jail and humanity requres to let them out. Also once in jail they convert and start to behave very nicely so it is normal to let them out as they will not commit any crimes. So if the guy was in jail in 2003, he had plenty of time to get out, find a woman and make a child;)