Subject: [Stop-traffic] Seeking more info about two recent arrests in Slovenia and Croatia
From: Jyothi Kanics (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Nov 08 2000 - 09:10:33 EST
On 27 November police arrested Josip Loncaric near Ljubljana. A
Zagreb daily "Jutarnji list" has described him as "the biggest dealer
in human traffic in Central Europe". Does anyone have more
information about this case and if Loncaric is being brought to trial?
Apparently, he has Croatian and Slovenian citizenship.
Also, another recent arrest is announced in the brief news piece
below from RFE/RL. Does anyone have more information on this
I am interested in finding out how effective investigation and
prosecution measures are with respect to both these cases. Also, I
am curious if these arrests are the result of pro-active
investigations or if they are dependent on the testimony of
witnesses/victims.Thank you in advance for any information.
SLOVENIAN HUMAN TRAFFICKING SUSPECT ARRESTED IN
Police on the Croatian-Slovenian border arrested Simon Eberl on 6
and held him in Varazdin, pending extradition to his home country.
has issued an international arrest warrant for Eberl, who is
being a major figure in human trafficking between the Balkans and
Europe, Hina reported (see "Radio Free Europe/RL Newsline," 28
Adviser on Trafficking Issues
OSCE - Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights
Al. Ujazdowskie 19, PL-00-557 Warsaw
Tel: 48.22.520.0600 ext. 4175
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