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Killer Goes On Hunger Strike In Jail

The man sentenced to 40-years jail for the murder of a teenage girl in Croatia is refusing to eat in Sibenik jail.

Dragan Paravinja is already into the 16th day of his hunger strike. No motive has been reported as to why the killer refuses to eat although prison authorities are monitoring the situation and say that he maybe move to the prison hospital if it continues.

Paravinja was sentenced in a Sibenik Court to 40-years jail for the attempted rape and murder of Antonija Bilic, a hitchhiker who went missing near Drnis (Sibenik-Knin County) back in 2011.

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