So there's this little country, and it sponsors terrorists. But because it has big tough friends, it figures that it can get away with this.
Seems I've heard this story somewhere before . . .
How does Serbia's support and protection of the Black Hand differ qualitatively from Afganistan's support for al Qaeda?
Didn't a recent American president launch missiles against a sovereign state (without a declaration of war) because of its ALLEGED involvement in a plot to assassinate one of our ex-presidents.
How about that whole U.S.S. Maine deal?
And why is Pershing's incursion into (or invasion of) Mexico in pursuit of Pancho Villa justified?
Or is it that one set of laws applies to the U.S. and another set to Austria-Hungary?
Serbia rounded up and arrested the assassins, as well as agreed to turn them over to Austria. Many were executed, others died in Austrian prisons, one survived and became a history professor.