The case of Miladin Kovacevic does not appear to be heading toward the ultimate payoff many had hoped for--seeing him tried and sentenced here in the US. Kovacevic is the Serbian basketball player who was detained in his home country this week after what has been an incredibly drawn out six months of Americans attempting to bring him to justice after his brutal beating of a fellow SUNY Binghamton student. A Serbian judge has said that Kovacevic will be detained for at least 30 days there while they decide what, if any, charges will be made against him. But their interior minister says that doesn't mean that Serbian officials are willing to bend on the country's strict no-extraditing policy. The Steinhauers released a statement earlier this week acknowledging that “justice is taking its course,” but would not comment on Bryan Steinhauer’s condition.