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Friday, 2 April 2010

Germany approves Neo-Nazi Davidović extradition

BELGRADE -- The extradition of Goran Davidović from Germany to Serbia has been approved, Serbia's Minister of Interior Ivica Dačić told Tanjug on Thursday.
Davidović, nicknamed Fuehrer, who is the leader of a neo-Nazi group, was arrested in Traunstein, Germany, on a Serbian interpol warrant, after he left Trieste, Italy, where he was awaiting the decision of the Italian judiciary on his extradition to Serbia.

The Appeals Court in Trieste adopted a request of the Serbian Ministry of Justice on the extradition in September 2009, and made a decision to extradite Davidović to Serbia, but his defense appealed the decision in the meantime.
Davidović was sentenced to a year in prison for national, racial and religious intolerance, since the Novi Sad Municipal Court determined that, in late 2005, he and a group of neo-Nazis verbally and physically attacked the participants of an antifascist debate of the Faculty of Philosophy in Novi Sad.

The accused ignored the verdict, which is why the court in Novi Sad issued a warrant against him in March 2009.