Monday, March 26, 2018

Yugoslavia Suspects

Yugoslavia Suspects --- ===

Terrorists from  Croatia,  Bosnia and Herzegovina,  Serbia to the northeast and Kosovo to the east.  and Montenegro

See Bosnian Incidents ---
4/24/2018 Crime in Italy Italian police arrest a Bosnian driver driving a van loaded with weapons bound for Barcelona(The New York Times)

March 25, 2018 Lori Gjenashaj Shot After Staten Island Crime Spree Lori Gjenashaj shot by New York City police officers Sunday after a weekend crime spree that began when she allegedly choked a parent at a school play and caught breaking into a Staten Island home. A woman by the same name is listed as registered nurse at Staten Island University Hospital  Greater New York City Area for 12 yrs.  The name is common in Montenegro which is bordered by Croatia to the west, Bosnia and Herzegovina to the northwest, Serbia to the northeast and Kosovo to the east.  The State Union of Serbia and Montenegro was created from the two remaining federal republics of war torn Yugoslavia after its breakup in 1992.

2001 Greyhound bus head-on crash suicide attack by mentally ill Croatian Muslim veteran Others who believe he was a muslim terrorist note the suspect was a Croatian Muslim Army veteran who at 19, volunteered to fight in Croatia's 1991 war for independence from Yugoslavia,and that Al Qaeda and Iran supported Muslim fighters in both Bosnia and Kosovo. He had a history of drug and . Although there were suggestions of terrorist activity after the recent September 11 attacks had happened, the media concluded that Damir Igric was just an innocent Croatian restaurant worker with a history of mental illness with no apparent connection to any terrorist motive. Others who believe he was a muslim terrorist note the suspect was a Croatian Muslim Army veteran who at 19, volunteered to fight in Croatia's 1991 war for independence from Yugoslavia,and that Al Qaeda and Iran supported Muslim fighters in both Bosnia and Kosovo. He had a history of drug and weapons arrests in his native country.