Controversial Major Must Pay 4,200 EUR to Jansa

Ljubljana, 2 April - A controversial former Slovenian army major, best known for his apparent self-kidnapping and singing antics in front of parliament house, has been ordered to retract his claims that former Defence Minister Janez Jansa ordered a 1993 bomb attack on the vehicle of MP Zmago Jelincic. Ladislav Troha has also been ordered to pay Jansa 1 million tolars (EUR 4,200) in damages for the "emotional pain" caused by his claims.

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