Antun Gudelj star 59 godina optužen je da je izvršio egzekucije Srpskih zvaničnika. Ubio je trojicu zvaničnik u Slavoniji. Pretpostavljam da je tada ubijen i šef Hrvatske policije koji j ehteo da se dogovori sa Srbima da se izbegne rat.
A Croatian accused of the execution-style murder of three Serbian officials during ethnic tension in the Balkans has been arrested in Sydney.
Antun Gudelj had been hiding in Australia for five years when Australian Federal Police (AFP) officers arrested him following an extradition request from the Croatian government, The Australian newspaper reports.
The 59-year-old, accused of the three murders and one attempted murder, made no application for bail when he faced Sydney's Central Local Court on Wednesday, the newspaper said.
He is wanted in Croatia over the 1991 murders of three men who were shot as they travelled by car on a road in eastern Croatia, The Australian says.
Red tape regarding extradition arrangements between the two countries had held up the matter since the Croatian government first requested Gudelj's extradition in 2001, the report said.