Skip to comments.Vampire hunters drove stake through Milosevic's heart
Posted on 03/07/2007 2:04:37 PM PST by rattrap
Serbian vampire hunters rammed a wooden stake through the heart of former dictator Slobodan Milosevic to stop him 'returning from the dead'.
Miroslav Milosevic, no relation to the former president, gave himself up to police who have launched an investigation.
He claimed he and his fellow vampire hunters acted to stop the former dictator returning from the dead to haunt the country.
Milosevic's Socialist Party of Serbia, which led the country to civil war and oversaw the break up of the former Yugoslavia, condemned the desecration of the grave in the eastern town of Pozarevac.
The vampire hunters told police the three-foot-long wooden steak had been driven into the ground and through the late president's heart.
Slobodan Milosevic died on March 11, 2006, while on trial before a UN war crimes tribunal for his role in the 1990s break-up of the former Yugoslavia.
Slobodan Milosevic's daughter-in-law Milica Gajic said she planned to sue the vampire hunters and accused the police of failing to protect the grave properly.
Whew! One less thing to worry about I guess. ;)
Yeah, I re-read this thing about 4 times, certain that I was misunderstanding it.
You can't make this stuff up!
I prefer it to have just a bit of charcoal flavor, myself.
That isn't enough you have to remove the head.
That's one tough sirloin!
Did they have a fiber optic camera to put into the grave to make sure they hit the target, or are they just counting on blind aim to lead them to the heart? They might have just staked his spleen.
I think Milica is worried the end of the vampier line will take her with it.
or how about the guy with "chewing gum and wires stuck up his butt in Los Angeles LAX airport yesterday? Yea, he was crazy ... sure...but I wonder if that "gum" was really C4
Another odd thing:
It was obviously a Westerner who did this. It was Dracula* who did the staking, and the Balkan people consider him a hero.
(*Prince Vladimir III Drakul "the Impaler", of Wallachia)
The stake was only 3 feet long, yet it went through his heart? They bury 'em awfully shallow over there.
Shucks, I was sure I'd see better jokes on this thread... :(
It a shame that they did'nt do that while he was still breathing.
Geraldo is opening the casket live tonight at 11:34 pm on Fox.
If you bury the vampires deep they'll just be tired and angry when they dig themselves out.
No, he didn`t drvoe stake tru Milosevics heart, he just sneaked to the grave and posed with stake for camera.
He is in hiding now.
National newspapers forgot to blure his face...
man that posed with stake is Miroslav Milosevic (not related), member of OTPOR Soros&Allbright funded and organised group.
He and OTPOR are hated for being Soros&Allbright mercenaries in Serbia, and avelounch of hate-protests started after event.
Event raised voices that OTPOR should be forrbiden bz court order and Milosevic`s grave to be guarded by state/organised guard.
Since you can't buy vampire insurance, I'd say this is the next best thing.
The stake trick works best AFTER they are dead.
"This is too weird to even come up with a wiseass remark."
Hey, weird stuff is made for wiseass remarks! Come on! Step up to the grave!
My wiseass remark: Wonder if they are for hire?
Yep. His daughter wants to sue them for desecration of the grave. Uh, didn't know that anyone had to respect the grave of a despot.
You missed Al Zawahiri, Ahmandinejad, Kim Jong Il, Hugo Chavez, and the list goes on, and on, and on, and on...
I'd say Bin Laden, but I figure that he's been rotting for awhile now.
Am I missing something here? Or was "Milosevic's heart" buried three feet above his body? Or was he buried in such a shallow grave that a dog could dig him up?
A "3ft stake driven into the ground" should not have come anywhere near Milosevic's coffin, let alone be "driven through his heart"!
This sounds like something the National Enquirer would come up with!
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