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It is speculated that Tomas Sakic is the son of notorious Ustashas and cruel butchers from the Jasenovac, Dinko and Nada Sakic camps, but there is no authentic evidence for that.
Dinko Sakic, the warden of the Jasenovac camp during World War II, emigrated to Santa Teresita, Argentina. After the collapse of the Independent State of Croatia, Dinko Sakic fled to Argentina with his wife. In this country, Dinko and Nada had three children. Dinko Sakic is entered in the register of citizens as Ljubomir Bilanovic Sakic, and his children inherited that name.
– People from Australia, South America called me … They saw a flag that they were not allowed to show since 1945, – said Sakic a few years ago.
Sakic was born in Rosary to parents who are Croatian emigrants, and many associate him with the infamous Ustasha officer from Jasenovac, Dinko Sakic, who they claim may even be his father!
Thomas never confirmed that, although that information is written on Wikipedia. When you type “children of Dinko Sakic” in the search engine, his name will appear.
“We better not talk about it,” he said after being asked the question.
The connection between the two is evident, because Dinko Šakić emigrated to Argentina in 1947.
– I am Argentine, not Croat. I was born in Rosario, I am of Croatian origin, but next year I will support Argentina at the World Cup. I am the man who carried the Croatian flag that day – Thomas said in an interview four years ago, emphasizing that the professor is retired, and that he used to be a journalist.
A pretty nice sports story turned into an argument between two friends and great basketball players such as Divac and Petrović, and Thomas is primarily to blame for that, while now there is a connection with a cruel killer who has never been identified as his father, but never it is not even denied.
Dinko Sakic himself lived a fairly peaceful life in Argentina until 1990, when he gave his first interview for the Feral Tribune. Four years later, he met with the then president of Croatia, Franjo Tudjman, at the reception of a hotel in the South American country, and on that occasion he gave another interview where he said that he would like more Serbs to be killed in Jasenovac and to do everything again, as and to sleep like a baby despite the perpetrator.
As early as 1998, Sakic confirmed that he was at the head of the Jasenovac camp, but denied that anyone had been killed there during World War II, and that all those who had disappeared had in fact died of various diseases.
Following a show broadcast on national television in Argentina, the country’s president, Carlos Menem, issued an order to arrest a man who disappeared until May 1998, when he was transferred to Croatia, where he was tried for a week.
Despite everything he did, Sakic was practically taken care of in the prison in Lepoglava, where he had a TV set and a computer, and he could visit his wife in a nursing home several times a month. He died in hospital in 2008, and his wish was to be cremated in an Ustasha uniform, which he did.
Sakic had three children, of which there are obvious links that Thomas is one of them, especially indicated by the fact that Dinko lived in Santa Teresita, where the man who caused the incident after the basketball game was born.
Dinko Sakic, whose children were baptized by none other than Ante Pavelic, laughed at the verdict and the story about Jasenovac, and that hurts a lot, having in mind the actualization of that topic with the new film “Dara iz Jasenovac”.
As for the match in Argentina, Yugoslavia defeated the Soviets with 92:75.
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