Nazi hunter Zuroff meets Serbian leaders

The chief Nazi hunter of the Los Angeles based Simon Wiesenthal Center met on Wednesday with Serbian President Boris Tadic and Serbian Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica in an attempt to increase Serbian involvement in the prosecution of three suspected Nazi war criminals who were based in the former Yugoslavia. Efraim Zuroff pressed the Serbian leaders in the cases of Sandor Kepiro, 93, convicted in the 1940s but never punished for his role in the killing of more than 1,200 people by Hungarian forces in Novi Sad, Serbia, during the Nazi occupation of Yugoslavia in World War II, of Milivoj Asner, 93, a former Croatian police chief who has fled to Austria, and Ivo Rojnica a former Governor of the Croatian city of Drubavnek, who is living today in Argentina.