The Slovenia Times

Sport Fans Face Charges for Insults


The police initially fined two fans, but the evidence gathered subsequently prompted them to characterise the cheering of a group of about ten fans as a crime punishable with a two-year prison sentence.

The fans will be charged with public incitement of hatred, violence and intolerance for chanting Serb nationalist slogans insulting the victims of the genocide in Srebrenica.

Human Rights Ombudsman Zdenka Čebašek Travnik told POP TV that similar incidents would repeat unless proper action was taken.


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