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Their Ministry of Interior said that the total value of the planned project of setting up surveillance cameras is half-million marks worth. It happened beside the Mostar-Sarajevo highway near the settlement Zalik as reported by the local newspaper Večenji There is a large hole in the post that holds the camera.In previous cases people used “light” weapons such as baseball bats, rocks, guns and similar, but this time it was a – rocket launcher.Police in Mostar is still searching for the individual that shoot their camera with a bazooka.One of her neighbors said he couldn't believe someone supporting terrorism was living so close to him."You just kind of get caught off guard by it," neighbor Chris Trasatti told CBS Chicago.
"It makes you sort of feel less safe, but as we all know, we got to go out and just kind of be ourselves and not really try to let it bother us, but knowing that it's a few doors down from your own kind of makes you wonder." Five of the defendants have been arrested; the sixth is overseas, but the Justice Department declined to say where.
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A Monday bond hearing will determine whether Salkicevic travels there on her own or in custody. The indictment alleges the conspiracy began no later than May 2013 and that the defendants used email, phones and social media websites including Facebook to communicate. Three are naturalized citizens; the other three had either refugee or legal resident status, according to the U. Louis County; Nihad Rosic, 26, of Utica, New York; and Jasminka Ramic, 42 of Rockford, Illinois.
Speaking to reporters afterward, defense attorney Andrea Gambino stressed that Salkicevic is considered innocent until proven guilty."Everybody should remember that," Gambino said. All six people who are charged are natives of Bosnia who were living in the U. Salkicevic is accused of sending several thousand dollars to Ramiz Hodzic in St. According to the indictment, Hodzic sent her a photo of two sniper rifle scopes being shipped and that Salkicevic replied by saying she hoped they would be put to good use.
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