In the last two years, a military intelligence analyst working at the 
Hague combed all ICTY testimony for names of Bosnian Serb men who may 
bear a connection to war crimes. The resulting list of 14,000 was 
handed off to US immigration officials,...
CHICAGO - Four Bosnian men residing in local suburbs were arrested by 
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents Tuesday for 
concealing their prior service in the Bosnian-Serb military so they 
could enter the United States as refugees. 

I am curious where they are going to be deported - Bosnia or Serbia? 
Are they going to be treated unfairly, and perhaps cruelly in Bosnia, 
because of the perceived war crimes? Are they going to be unduly 
pampered in Serbia (because of the same)?

Does anybody knows them in Bosnia - do they have friends and/or 
enemies, Dalibor Butina, 33; Radovan Jankovic, 61; Vlado Kecojevic, 
53; Branislaw Cancar, 47?

Ivo Skoric
105 Robbins Street
Rutland VT 05701

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