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JOHN CENCICH is a professor of justice studies at California University of Pennsylvania and director of the Pennsylvania Institute of Criminological and Forensic Sciences. A decorated police veteran and former special agent with the U.S. Air Force Office of Special Investigations, Cencich is the recipient of the Police Meritorious Service Medal for Valor from the Commonwealth of Virginia and the United States Meritorious Service Medal for his singular investigative leadership with marked international impact. He lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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"The Devil s Garden", a war crimes investigator s story, is a unique book, which on the one hand presents a skilled investigator as the protagonist, but on the other manifests the complexity of war crimes in the former Yugoslavia. GORAZD ME KO, dean and professor, Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security, University of Maribor, Slovenia ""The Devil's Garden," a war crimes investigator's story, is a unique book, which on the one hand presents a skilled investigator as the protagonist, but on the other manifests the complexity of war crimes in the former Yugoslavia." --GORAZD MEsKO, dean and professor, Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security, University of Maribor, Slovenia--GORAZD ME KO" "A compelling, first-hand investigator's account of the war crimes perpetrated in the former Yugoslavia, and a fascinating re-creation of the events that led to the tragic displacement and slaughter of citizens by their own government." --JAY S. ALBANESE, professor and criminologist, Wilder School of Government & Public Affairs, Virginia Commonwealth University; former chief, International Center at the National Institute of Justice; and former president, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences--JAY S. ALBANESE ""The Devil's Garden" reflects John Cencich's calculated and determined approach to an organized investigative process. Dealing with massive pain and suffering on a grand scale, it informs future generations and underlines the ignominious consequences of war."--RAJIE MURUGAN, group CEO, G9 Group of Companies, South Africa ""The Devil's Garden" is an exciting, genuine, and enlightening book, which was inspired by firsthand accounts of the world of war, organized crime, and international security. John Cencich's work at the ICTY and through this book is a triumph for truth and knowledge."--JANA ARSOVSKA, assistant professor of sociology, John Jay College of Criminal Justice "The Devil s Garden," a war crimes investigator s story, is a unique book, which on the one hand presents a skilled investigator as the protagonist, but on the other manifests the complexity of war crimes in the former Yugoslavia. GORAZD ME KO, dean and professor, Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security, University of Maribor, Slovenia--GORAZD ME KO" A compelling, first-hand investigator s account of the war crimes perpetrated in the former Yugoslavia, and a fascinating re-creation of the events that led to the tragic displacement and slaughter of citizens by their own government. JAY S. ALBANESE, professor and criminologist, Wilder School of Government & Public Affairs, Virginia Commonwealth University; former chief, International Center at the National Institute of Justice; and former president, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences--JAY S. ALBANESE" "The Devil s Garden" reflects John Cencich s calculated and determined approach to an organized investigative process. Dealing with massive pain and suffering on a grand scale, it informs future generations and underlines the ignominious consequences of war. RAJIE MURUGAN, group CEO, G9 Group of Companies, South Africa--RAJIE MURUGAN" "The Devil s Garden" is an exciting, genuine, and enlightening book, which was inspired by firsthand accounts of the world of war, organized crime, and international security. John Cencich s work at the ICTY and through this book is a triumph for truth and knowledge. JANA ARSOVSKA, assistant professor of sociology, John Jay College of Criminal Justice--JANA ARSOVSKA" -A compelling, first-hand investigator's account of the war crimes perpetrated in the former Yugoslavia, and a fascinating re-creation of the events that led to the tragic displacement and slaughter of citizens by their own government.- --JAY S. ALBANESE, professor and criminologist, Wilder School of Government & Public Affairs, Virginia Commonwealth University; former chief, International Center at the National Institute of Justice; and former president, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences--JAY S. ALBANESE -The Devil's Garden is an exciting, genuine, and enlightening book, which was inspired by firsthand accounts of the world of war, organized crime, and international security. John Cencich's work at the ICTY and through this book is a triumph for truth and knowledge.---JANA ARSOVSKA, assistant professor of sociology, John Jay College of Criminal Justice--JANA ARSOVSKA -The Devil's Garden reflects John Cencich's calculated and determined approach to an organized investigative process. Dealing with massive pain and suffering on a grand scale, it informs future generations and underlines the ignominious consequences of war.---RAJIE MURUGAN, group CEO, G9 Group of Companies, South Africa--RAJIE MURUGAN -It was an honor to be part of such a unique group of international investigators and a significant part of history. John Cencich did a great job leading Team Four and developing the Milosevic indictment. The Devil's Garden allows the world to see the destruction of war and what experienced investigators and a well-planned investigation can do to bring closure and justice to the victims.---BRENT PFUNDHELLER, former senior war crimes investigator, United Nations ICTY--BRENT PFUNDHELLER -John Cencich and his investigative team conducted the interviews and gathered the evidence, which enabled them to track down, and bring to justice, the architects of one of the most horrifying episodes in the history of humanity. This book will prove to be an enormously valuable resource for historians, teachers of European history, and criminal justice professionals.---ROY HAZELWOOD, author of Dark Dreams and The Evil That Men Do--ROY HAZELWOOD -The Devil's Garden, a war crimes investigator's story, is a unique book, which on the one hand presents a skilled investigator as the protagonist, but on the other manifests the complexity of war crimes in the former Yugoslavia.- --GORAZD MESKO, dean and professor, Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security, University of Maribor, Slovenia--GORAZD MESKO "The Devil's Garden is an exciting, genuine, and enlightening book, which was inspired by firsthand accounts of the world of war, organized crime, and international security. John Cencich's work at the ICTY and through this book is a triumph for truth and knowledge."--JANA ARSOVSKA, assistant professor of sociology, John Jay College of Criminal Justice--JANA ARSOVSKA "The Devil's Garden reflects John Cencich's calculated and determined approach to an organized investigative process. Dealing with massive pain and suffering on a grand scale, it informs future generations and underlines the ignominious consequences of war."--RAJIE MURUGAN, group CEO, G9 Group of Companies, South Africa--RAJIE MURUGAN "It was an honor to be part of such a unique group of international investigators and a significant part of history. John Cencich did a great job leading Team Four and developing the Milosevic indictment. The Devil's Garden allows the world to see the destruction of war and what experienced investigators and a well-planned investigation can do to bring closure and justice to the victims."--BRENT PFUNDHELLER, former senior war crimes investigator, United Nations ICTY--BRENT PFUNDHELLER "John Cencich and his investigative team conducted the interviews and gathered the evidence, which enabled them to track down, and bring to justice, the architects of one of the most horrifying episodes in the history of humanity. This book will prove to be an enormously valuable resource for historians, teachers of European history, and criminal justice professionals."--ROY HAZELWOOD, author of Dark Dreams and The Evil That Men Do--ROY HAZELWOOD "The Devil's Garden, a war crimes investigator's story, is a unique book, which on the one hand presents a skilled investigator as the protagonist, but on the other manifests the complexity of war crimes in the former Yugoslavia." --GORAZD MESKO, dean and professor, Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security, University of Maribor, Slovenia--GORAZD MESKO The Devil s Garden is an exciting, genuine, and enlightening book, which was inspired by firsthand accounts of the world of war, organized crime, and international security. John Cencich s work at the ICTY and through this book is a triumph for truth and knowledge. JANA ARSOVSKA, assistant professor of sociology, John Jay College of Criminal Justice--JANA ARSOVSKA" The Devil s Garden reflects John Cencich s calculated and determined approach to an organized investigative process. Dealing with massive pain and suffering on a grand scale, it informs future generations and underlines the ignominious consequences of war. RAJIE MURUGAN, group CEO, G9 Group of Companies, South Africa--RAJIE MURUGAN" It was an honor to be part of such a unique group of international investigators and a significant part of history. John Cencich did a great job leading Team Four and developing the Milosevic indictment. The Devil s Garden allows the world to see the destruction of war and what experienced investigators and a well-planned investigation can do to bring closure and justice to the victims. BRENT PFUNDHELLER, former senior war crimes investigator, United Nations ICTY--BRENT PFUNDHELLER" John Cencich and his investigative team conducted the interviews and gathered the evidence, which enabled them to track down, and bring to justice, the architects of one of the most horrifying episodes in the history of humanity. This book will prove to be an enormously valuable resource for historians, teachers of European history, and criminal justice professionals. ROY HAZELWOOD, author of Dark Dreams and The Evil That Men Do--ROY HAZELWOOD" The Devil s Garden, a war crimes investigator s story, is a unique book, which on the one hand presents a skilled investigator as the protagonist, but on the other manifests the complexity of war crimes in the former Yugoslavia. GORAZD ME KO, dean and professor, Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security, University of Maribor, Slovenia--GORAZD ME KO"

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