The Esperidon Square neighborhood in Athens is home to many Serbian Mafia.
By Dragana Pećo
CINS uncovers assets of assassin overlooked and untouched by authorities.
After police arrested Milorad “Legija’ Ulemek, the special forces mob boss who ordered the assassination of Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Đinđić in 2003, the Serbian Prosecutor’s Office went looking for his assets to claim. Ulemek should have had plenty – the crime figure ran the lucrative Zemun clan for years and had been taking a cut of most of its actions. But when they went looking, they found very little.
The Center for Investigative Reporting in Serbia (CINS), may have found some of those missing assets. CINS has found that Ulemek, using the fake name Vlado Vukomanović founded an offshore firm in Panama with his wife back in 2001 that remains active today. It is not clear what assets it holds.