Jablonica amok case
Date July 1928
Location(s) Jablonica/Jablinka, Kingdom of Yugoslavia
Killed 6
Injured 11
Weapon(s) Rifle

In July 1928 a Yugoslavian convict killed six people and wounded eleven others, several of them critically, in Jablonica, or Jablinka, a village near Zaječar, Kingdom of Yugoslavia. The man, who had been sentenced to 20 years in prison, escaped from a jail in Niš and returned to his home town, where he procured a rifle and set out to kill those he suspected of being responsible for his conviction. He killed three peasants working in the fields and shot his other victims in the village, before fleeing.[1][2][3][4][5][6]


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