Milivoj Ašner ( 21 of April of 1913 – 14 of June of 2011 ) was a war criminal origin Croatian . He was the chief of the Ustacha police in the village of Pozega during World War II. He is one of the most wanted war criminals in the world, he has an international arrest warrant.
He left Croatia in 2004, when he was located by the Simon Wiesenthal Center , moving to the city of Klagenfurt , Austria .
In 2008 a British newspaper photographed him in the entrance to the stadium of the city of Klagenfurt, where it would dispute a match between Croatia and Poland in the frame of the Eurocopa . He is charged with charges of genocide , war crimes and crimes against humanity.
When questioned by journalists of The Sun newspaper , he denied the charges and said he was not responsible for what he was accused of. When denounced to the Austrian authorities, he was released on the grounds that his mental capacity was limited to face the charges for which he was responsible.