Text of report by Serbian privately-owned independent daily Blic, on 30 November
[Report by Tamara Markovic Subota: "Saric, Bojovic, and Keka Sharing Narcotics Market"]
He has been indicted for smuggling cocaine from South America and of money laundering. Serbia and Italy have issued international warrants for his arrest and the police forces of Serbia and Montenegro regard him as the chief drug lord.
Belgrade - There are about 70 organized criminal groups operating in Serbia and Montenegro, five of which have under their control the entire narcotics business and network of dealers in both countries and in several Western European countries as well. The Serbian gangland is ruled by several notorious drug lords, whose power is rooted in money and narcotics trafficking connections, as well as hired killers and crimes whereby they maintain a balance of power with the rival …