What It’s Like to Chill W MLADIC

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Darko
Trifunovic confided in me that Al Qaeda Algerian militant Abu Mali,
worked in the Bosnian mission to the UN in Manhattan 2001-2002 after
the war under a Bosnian name, Safet Catovic. Darko Trifunovic and I
worked together at the Bosnian Mission to the United Nations in NYC in
2001-2002 together and I, Jill Starr,l verify I used to work on Mali's
computer at the Mission because it always was getting fouled up with
computer viruses at his request.

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 The number two man at the Bosnian mission, the First Ambassador was
Serbian, Orthodox Christian and a doctor of medicine by university
degree.  The First Secretary of the Mission was my friend Darko, the
Consulate department was headed by an ethnic Muslim lady from Bosnia,
and there was an ethnic Croatian woman floating around with other
various diplomats being of Roman Catholic Croatian descent. He became
extremely suspicious of who Catovic really was because he spoke poor
Bosnian. As a result, Trifunovic said he lost a job in the mission and
moved to Belgrade.

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The number two man at the Bosnian mission, the First Ambassador was
Serbian, Orthodox Christian and a doctor of medicine by university
degree.  The First Secretary of the Mission was my friend Darko, the
Consulate department was headed by an ethnic Muslim lady from Bosnia,
and there was an ethnic Croatian woman floating around with other
various diplomats being of Roman Catholic Croatian descent.

   
My time at the Mission was primarily spent fixing Darko’s laptop
computer which became daily infected with computer viruses he
continually claimed emanated from other employees at the Mission who
were allegedly trying to sabotage him because of his ethnic Serbian
background.  I vividly recall the constant bickering between all the
mission employees; always accusing each other of committing war crimes
and giving each other computer viruses making it virtually impossible
for any of them to get along.  The Croatian diplomat usually stayed to
herself with her office door shut while the others present usually just
listened to Led Zeppelin rock music on their personal CD-ROM players. 
They told me repeatedly they had nothing else to do with their time at
the United Nations beyond an occasional meeting except for  listening
to music and playing computer games. 

    Sad and ironic was
the few things I noticed all the Bosnian mission employees agreeing
upon was their undying love for the rock band, Led Zeppelin.

   
A year had come and gone while I totally immersed myself into political
inquiry as to just who was guilty of committing war crimes in the
former Yugoslavia.  My favorite subjects of inquiry included:

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