http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/europe/4585286.stm I doubt. I don't know about suicides among Serbs in such situation. Do you think that he feared comfortable jail in the Netherlands? Mr.Abazovic took part in the war, so he understood from the first minute that there was no escape. And if he really began the fire then of course he would order his wife and son to lay down on the floor. There was an obvious solution: to surround the place and to send local policmen to arrest the fugitive. Unlikely he would fire in this situation. But in this case the operation would not look as act of heroism. So probably, EU-forces simply stormed the house without any warning and shooting in all directions. http://www.boston.com/news/world/europe/articles/2006/01/05/bosnia_war_crimes_suspect_wounded_in_arrest_bid/?rss_id=Boston.com+%2F+News It was a police operation that was performed as a military one. But why the jeeps were sent so close to the place? If you whant to keep an operation in secret then it would be a stupid idea to expose cars with EUFOR marks close to the place. And who namely made the jeeps 'bullet-riddled'? The balaclavas leave huge space for suggestions.