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Ivezic extradition from Greece
Posted: Saturday, April 13, 2013
Joined: 1/11/2013
Posts: 26

Zuk may have come to his rescue. Apparently, he has provided IMET with new info on Toronto and Montreal promoters. As my source explained " These are very high profile juicy promoters and corporate directors. In return, he asked for leniance and possibly bail for his one time long term partner Mladden (Michael ) Izevic. My source claimed that Zuk handed over so much information that his handlers at IMET,would surely be promoted. By the way, Zuk was paid between 20-30,000 for the info

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