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Arkan embodied Serb nationalism, once kept a tiger as his mascot and was gunned down in the lobby of a Belgrade luxury hotel -- a messy end to a combustible man. Police say some members of the group fought in the Balkan wars. With the Pink Panthers, the public has fallen for false images and mythology."That power is alluring. I'm a welder breathing in exhaust for a salary I spend in two days."At least 10 people, including Zoran Kostic, an alleged ringleader, have been arrested over the last 18 months, mostly in Europe. Police say Rasovic, Snowy (real name: Snezana Panajotovic) and Aleksandar Radulovic had cased the Le Supre-Diamant Couture de Maki store, pretending to be buyers.
The coterie from Nis would have memories of NATO bombing and Serb refugees fleeing Kosovo, but officials say today's Panthers are infused with less patriotic fervor than Arkan was, though they share his brashness, cunning and fondness for making mischief in foreign lands. Sasa Lukic wrote of his fascination with the Panthers on Blic's website: "I admire such people, who are not like me. Gilbert Lafaye, a public prosecutor in Chambery, France, compared the organization's network to a global "spider web. On the day of the robbery, police say, Snowy waited outside while Rasovic and Radulovic entered the store.
There are several factors that may affect women's quantity and quality of sleep: Sleep disturbances during pregnancy due to excess weight and position of the fetus.
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So we turned to turbo-folk music, guns and the chic of the criminal class."The names from Nis on Interpol warrants are tongue-twisters for the cops pursuing them: Mladen Lazarevic and Milan Ljepoja, wanted for heists in Dubai and Liechtenstein; Milos Jovanovic, wanted in Liechtenstein; Bojana Mitic, a woman whose mug shot, long hair framing her face, suggests a Bonnie linked to a bunch of Clydes."The 1990s were an ideal time for creating criminals in the Balkans," said Dobrivoje Radovanovic, a Belgrade criminologist. The more aggressive and stupid, however, became war criminals. One of the robbers distracted a shop assistant; the other sprayed a second salesperson with pepper spray.Glass cases were smashed and the thieves fled with jewels, including the Countess of Vendome necklace, which is studded with 116 diamonds, including a 125-carat oval center stone.The Panthers, a collection of 150 to 200 Balkan bad guys and a few women, have stolen about 0 million in jewelry and watches over the last decade from 100 luxury shops around the world, including boutiques in Paris, London, Monaco and Dubai.They come in rough, swinging hammers and axes, shattering glass, flashing semiautomatic pistols and an occasional grenade, and vanishing with gems in satchels lined with toilet paper to prevent scratching.