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Ex chief of Serbian state security service claims misinterpretation of his evidence against Milosevic

Ex chief of the Serbian state security service Radomir Markovic said at the hearings of the International tribunal for former Yugoslavia that his previous evidence against Yugoslavian ex president Slobodan Milosevic given to the tribunal's investigators, had been misrepresented.

When asked by the prosecutor whether he confirmed his words said to the investigators in June 2001, that the Yugoslavian army and police had carried out "cleansings" on the territory of Kosovo and afterwards a truck with several dozens of killed Albanians had been found in the Danube, Markovic answered negatively.

The tribunal's investigator allowed himself "a too free interpretation of his words, completing them with other people's inventions" while taking down the interrogation, he said.

From the whole transcript of interrogation Markovic only confirmed his words about "cleansings" conducted on the territory of Kosovo.

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