"He was a highly cultured man, he was very tolerant, he had a sense of humour, he was very positive, he was very intellectual - so he was a great person."
His hideout was in Belgrade, capital of Serbia. It's reported that he walked about freely, gave lectures, made friends, and was an all-around decent man. He grew a long beard and changed his hair, and had a private practice in alternative medicine. War crimes prosecutor Vladimir Vukcevic said "Even his landlords were unaware of his identity." He called himself Dragan Dabic. Until he was arrested, Serbia would not be allowed a chance to join the EU.