Cyrillic: Александар-Кристијан Голубовић) (born 30 November
1969 in Munich, Germany) is a
Serbian mafioso. After spending 4.5
years in prison in Požarevac, Serbia, he was
released on January 9, 2009.
Born to Srboljub - Kića and Milanka - Mima Golubović in a family of
Munich, Kristijan did not meet his father until grade school since
he was serving a long term prison sentence for taking part in a
robbery with deadly outcome.
Kristijan's parents moved back to Serbia in 1987, bringing him
along as well. Already no stranger to various juvenile delinquent
activity, Golubović continued along the same path with street fighting
, often involving knives and
December 1987, Kristijan beat up a patron in a kafana in Boleč.
1989, as he started a fist fight against Slavko Mijović - Mija
Pijuk, a much older mobster, godfather of Željko Ražnatović
Arkan, his bodyguard Safet Buljuku Džimi fired shots (and
wounded him in the leg) at Slavko Mijović - Mija Pijuk in front of
Disco Luv in the Belgrade suburb of
Later that year, in October 1989, he initiated a brawl in Branko
Krsmanović club leading to several shots being fired as well. He
soon graduated to organized crime and gang related activity.
In the early morning hours of Sunday, February 25, 1990, he was one
of the perpetrators of an infamous act of violence in Belgrade's
Mažestik Hotel. Along with his best friend at the time Dragan
"Gagi" Nikolić, heavily armed Kristijan burst into the hotel's
disco bar looking for a rival gangster. Since they didn't find him,
24-year-old Gagi and 21-year-old Kristijan shot up and ransacked
the place, pretty much destroying it in the process before fleeing
the scene. Since the hotel's disco bar was a favourite mobster
hangout, the incident gained them quite a bit of notoriety in the
underworld considering that many prominent and powerful mob figures
were there at the time of the shooting.
persecution in Serbia, Kristijan went back to Germany, but soon
found himself serving a 3-year sentence in Düsseldorf.
In 1993, German authorities extradited him
back to Serbia where he was wanted for a variety of criminal acts
from the 1988-1990 period.
Kristijan Golubović was featured in a 1996 documentary about
Serbia's underworld called Vidimo se u čitulji
. He is one
of only a few individuals, out of dozens featured in the film,
still alive today.
In 2002 he
escaped from Malandrino, a Greek prison where
he was serving a 14 and a half years sentence for stealing two
Mercedes-Benz cars, and an armed
During his time in prison, he maintained a
relationship with Željko Ražnatović
He was arrested in Operation
, the crackdown on organized crime in Serbia following
the Prime Minister Zoran Đinđić
Kristijan Golubović in his jail cell,
On the night of March 17, 2004, Kristijan and famous Serbian
singer Ceca Ražnatović
(widow of murdered
) gathered protesters in front of the government building
in Belgrade to rail against the situation in Kosovo where more than
300 Serbian Orthodox
had been burned that day in an outbreak of organized
violence against the
civilians in the province.
He is multilingual
, quotes Nietzsche
, and maintains a keen interest in
. In 1993 he appeared on the album
, singing with band's frontman Bora Đorđević
in the song
"Kamenko i Kremenko".
On September 29, 2006 he married Suzana Milojković, whom he has
dated since December 2005, in the prison where he will serve a
total of 6 years for racketeering
January 2008, while still being imprisoned, he launched his own
, which includes his
biography, photos, and even videos from the prison, taken by
- B92: Kristijan Golubović na slobodi (in
- Večernje novosti, April 16, 2003
- Gagijeva verzija, Ilustrovana politika, April 26,
- Jedva čekam suđenje, Kurir, December