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Marti: Der Ermordung von Zeugen ist ein Skandal und nicht mein Bericht

Erstellt von Mastakilla, 12.02.2011, 17:38 Uhr · 15 Antworten · 1.760 Aufrufe

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    Marti: Der Ermordung von Zeugen ist ein Skandal und nicht mein Bericht


    Marti: Ubijanje svedoka je skandal, ne moj izveštaj

    Na zapadu su sve vreme veoma dobro znali šta se događa na Kosovu: Dik Marti (Foto Beta)

    Činjenica da ubijanje svedoka na Kosovu nikoga u Evropi nije dirnulo i da su svi o tome ćutali pravi je skandal, a ne moj izveštaj o trgovini organima, izjavio je specijalni izvestilac Saveta Evrope Dik Marti, istakavši da je na Kosovu ubijeno više desetina ljudi koji su svedočili o zločinima.
    „Poslednjih godina na Kosovu je ubijeno više desetina ljudi koji su svedočili o počinjenim zločinima. Međutim, ubijanje svedoka nikoga u Evropi nije dirnulo. Svi su ćutali. To je pravi skandal, a ne moj izveštaj u kojem sam zapisao samo ono što mnogi znaju već veoma dugo”, rekao je Marti u intervjuu za slovenački list „Delo”.
    Specijalni izvestilac SE istakao je da su se sva imena koja je u izveštaju naveo, među kojima je i ime Hašima Tačija, godinama pojaviljava u policijskim izveštajima, diplomatskim telegramima, kriminološkim studijama i izveštajima mnogih stranih obaveštajnih službi - od američke FBI do britanske MI6, italijanske službe SISMI, nemačkke DND do grčke EIP.
    „Na zapadu su, dakle, sve vreme veoma dobro znali šta se događa na Kosovu, ali niko nije ništa činio”, naglasio je Marti.
    On je podsetio da se prvi šef misije UNMIK-a na Kosovu i bivši francuski ministar inostranih poslova Bernar Kušner, na pitanje novinara o trgovini ljudskim organima na Kosovu, grohotom nasmejao.
    „Čovek, koji se smeje tako stravičnoj temi, dosta govori o sebi”, kaže Marti.
    Na pitanje da li je posetio takozvanu „žutu kuću” u Albaniji, Marti je odgovorio da tamo sada nema ničega i da za tim nema potrebe, navodeći da je „žuta kuća” samo „komadić u prilično komplikovanom mozaiku kosovske drame”.
    Kada je reč o rešavanju problema iznetog u njegovom izveštaju, specijalni izvestilac SE je istakao da više veruje Amerikancima nego Evropljanima.
    „Zato što su na Balkanu znatno omiljeniji. Mislim da bi rešenje SAD-a za Kosovo bilo lakše prihvatljivo nego bilo kakav ukaz iz EU. Brisel tu ne znači mnogo. Ni Euleks. Tu su spremni da poslušaju samo Amerikance”, kazao je Marti.
    On je ocenio da će Brisel učiniti sve da se taj slučaj što pre zaboravi i da nikada neće prihvatiti „jedino rešenje” - formiranje posebne istražne jedinice van Kosova, sa posebnim ovlašćenjima i sa jako ozbiljnim programom zaštite svedoka.
    „Evropa to nikada neće prihvatiti, jer zna da bi moji svedoci zaista progovorili i otkrili da je dobar deo evropske politike sve vreme znao šta se dešava na Kosovu. Mislite li da u Briselu zaista žele tako nešto da čuju”, rekao je Marti.
    On podseća da su informacije o nezakonitoj trgovini organima na Kosovu u javnosti počeli da kruže još 2003. i da su se rukovodstva UNMIK-a i Haškog suda godinu dana kasnije odlučila za temeljan pregled „te nesrećne kuće”, gde je dovedena i grupa novinara i gde su nađeni tragovi krvi, igle za injekcije i druga medicinska pomagala.
    Marti kaže da protivrečnosti u iskazima članova porodice koja je u to vreme živela u „žutoj kući” „očigledno nisu nikome smetale”.
    Ekipa iz Haga je prikupila pronađene stvari koje su čuvane u kancelariji tadašnje glavne haške tužiteljke Karle del Ponte, sa kojom je Marti razgovarao 2009, kada mu je ona govorila ne samo o „žutoj kući”, već i pružila niz drugih informacija o logorima OVK i o svojim razgovorima s ljudima koji su tamo prevozili zarobljenike.
    Del Ponteova je tada pomenula i dokazni material koji su tom prilikom prikupili u Albaniji, zbog čega je Marti i otišao u Hag kako bi lično pregledao te predmete, ali ga je to što su oni ocenjeni beznačajnim izuzetno iznenadilo.
    „Bio sam potpuno iznenađen. Naime, rekli su mi da su dokazi bili beznačajni i da su ih zato uništili. To je bila veoma neobična odluka. Materijal su uništili u vreme dok je Karla del Ponte još bila tužilac, ali je o tome nisu nikada obavestili. Objasnili su mi da se u suštini radilo o normalnoj proceduri”, ističe Marti.
    On je naglasio da u Hagu nisu uspeli da ga u to ubede i da se „dokazni material ne uništava tek tako nigde u svetu”.
    Marti je u svom izveštaju, koji je nedavno usvojila Parlamentarna skupština SE, teško optužio Tačija i „Oslobodilačku vojsku Kosova” da su umešani u trgovinu organima ona Kosovu.

    Tanjug
    objavljeno: 12.02.2011


    Marti hat einer slowenischen Zeitung gesagt, dass nicht sein Bericht über den Organhandel ein Skandal ist sondern die Tatsache das Zeugen ermordet werden, wenn diese aussagen möchten und dass das einfach von den west. Staaten ignoriert wird

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    och Tanjug.....wie nett, ein langer Bericht in 1 Satz zusammen gefasst. als ob das Neu aufm Balkan wäre (man bedenke die Ermordung von Djindic)

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    Smearing Hashim Thaci
    Are the organ-harvesting allegations part of a media campaign against Kosovo?

    Last month the Council of Europe adopted a report by Swiss politician Dick Marty, which accused the prime minister of Kosovo, Hashim Thaci, of having harvested organs for sale from executed Serb prisoners in 1999. The allegations made world headlines. After the Iraq war controversy, the message was clear: The West's intervention in Kosovo 12 years ago was also wrong. The problem is that the Marty report seems more politically motivated fiction than hard-nosed criminal investigation.

    Sir Geoffrey Nice, one of Britain's most respected international lawyers, quietly deconstructed Mr. Marty's report in last week's London Review of Books. Mr. Nice, who as deputy prosecutor at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in the Hague was in charge of prosecuting Slobodan Milosevic, and who was present when Bosnians and Kosovars were brought to trial at the Hague, accuses Mr. Marty of ignoring basic standards of evidence. According to Mr. Nice, Mr. Marty did not identify a single victim supposedly killed on Mr. Thaci's orders and fails to "demonstrate any link" between later scandals of a clinic in Pristina involved in kidney harvesting and Mr. Thaci's former role as political leader of the Kosovo Liberation Army in 1999.

    Most troublesome, according to Mr. Nice, is that Mr. Marty's narrative implicitly depends on an anonymous witness, "K144," who Belgrade says has provided evidence of these atrocities, but who most likely does not exist. Mr. Nice confirms that all the Hague witnesses dealing with Kosovo were given the initial "K" and a number. But the last number used was "K116" and no one involved in the Hague trial knows of a witness "K144." Further, writes Mr. Nice, "If K144 has indeed given a statement of the kind [Mr.] Marty suggests before March 2006—when the Milosevic trial ended with the accused's death—I would have known about it."

    "K144" appears to be the invention of the Belgrade media, which regularly whip up nationalist and revanchist passions. This populism makes it hard, almost impossible, for Serb leaders to conclude an agreement with Kosovo that would allow both nations to advance to a European future.

    Mr. Marty also seems to rely heavily on a 2008 book published by Carla del Ponto, the Swiss-Italian prosecutor, who for a while was Mr. Nice's boss at the Hague. But Ms. del Ponte also failed to produce any real evidence in her book.

    Mr. Marty, a member of the upper house in the Swiss parliament, is a forceful politician who robustly defends Swiss banking secrecy in Council of Europe debates. The thing to remember about the Council of Europe is that it is not a cozy group of human rights parliamentarians. Instead, it is a deeply political body. When it comes to issues related to the former Yugoslavia, the Council is clearly divided between politicians aligned along a Belgrade-Moscow axis and those from countries that have now recognized Kosovo.

    The latter group would like Belgrade to finally overcome the 1990s and to accept that its former domination of the now separated states in the former Yugoslavia will never return. But for Russian members and other anti-Nato politicians at the Council of Europe it is important to assert that NATO's 1999 intervention was illegal and that Kosovo's declaration of independence—now validated by the International Court of Justice—should not lead to full statehood.

    Mr. Nice puts it, well, nicely, when he asks if the Marty and del Ponte allegations are "part of a media campaign to obstruct the recognition of Kosovo as an independent state." The answer for anyone who has attended Council of Europe assemblies and committee meetings in recent years can only be "yes."

    One article in a British literary magazine cannot counter the avalanche of headlines in December accusing Mr. Thaci of organ harvesting. But Mr. Nice has taken apart the Marty report with forensic precision. Perhaps the Council of Europe should organize a debate between the British and Swiss lawyers.

    But it's not just the Council of Europe that needs to examine more critically whether it should allow its name to be used to promote wild allegations. The Western media, too, need to reassess their practices. By uncritically swallowing the Marty line, they have acted, unwittingly, as aides in a political campaign against Kosovo.

    The real way forward is to hold a credible inquiry into the crimes committed by both parties, Serbs and Kosovar Albanians alike. Such an inquiry, though, must not be allowed to hold up Kosovo's independence. It is time for Belgrade to move on from its destructive opposition that is blocking regional progress.

    Mr. MacShane, a member of the U.K. Parliament, was Minister for the Balkans between 2001 and 2005 and U.K. delegate to the Council of Europe between 2005 and 2010.

    Denis MacShane: Smearing Hashim Thaci's Name - WSJ.com

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    Zitat Zitat von ooops Beitrag anzeigen
    Mr. MacShane, a member of the U.K. Parliament, was Minister for the Balkans between 2001 and 2005 and U.K. delegate to the Council of Europe between 2005 and 2010.

    Denis MacShane: Smearing Hashim Thaci's Name - WSJ.com
    MaCShane scheint es mit der Wahrheit wohl auch nicht so genau zu nehmen.

    False trafficking statistics

    MacShane has been accused of repeatedly using false statistics in order to inflate the number of female victims of sex trafficking. In January 2007 he announced that "according to Home Office estimates, 25,000 sex slaves currently work in the massage parlours and brothels of Britain." The MP repeated the false figure in a 2008 debate, attributing it to the Daily Mirror newspaper. It later emerged that no such figure exists as an estimate, but due to MacShane's speeches the false figure has regularly been used in media coverage of the issue.[26]
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    McKinnon case


    He was criticised in The Guardian for implying that the late diagnosis of Gary McKinnon's Asperger's Syndrome was somehow a sham and for likening his case to that of Ernest Saunders's apparent Alzheimer's disease, even though one of the most notable characteristics of Asperger's Syndrome is that it is very often not diagnosed until late into adulthood, as in Mr McKinnon's case. According to the Daily Mail, "Mr McKinnon's mother accused MacShane of 'gutter' tactics. Janis Sharp said: 'It was an absolutely awful, cheap shot. It is a horrendous suggestion. It also shows his ignorance.'"[27]
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    Expenses


    Main article: United Kingdom Parliamentary expenses scandal
    MacShane, during the expenses scandal of 2009, was accused in The Daily Mail of having been less than open/honest with his expense claims. The Daily Mail featured a story stating that MacShane had claimed Ł125,000 over a period of 7 years for his garage, which he used as a constituency office. One fellow Labour MP privately told the journalist that he was ‘very surprised’ at the scale of Mr MacShane’s claims given that he does not have to pay to rent an office. ‘I pay Ł6,000 a year in rent so if he doesn’t have to pay that, it sounds like a lot of money,’ said the MP.[28] In 2008, MacShane had supported Michael Martin as Speaker, calling for Conservative Douglas Carswell to be disciplined for calling for Martin to resign for failing to reform expenses.[29] In total, MacShane was ordered to repay Ł1,507.73 in wrongfully claimed expenses, with his appeals against the ruling being rejected.[30][31] In addition MacShane is alleged to have passed twelve invoices from the "European Policy Institute" for "research and translation" expenses to the parliamentary authorities, and claimed for eight laptop computers in three years. A number of newspapers stated that the EPI was "controlled" by MacShane's Brother Edmund Matyjaszek, a claim which MacShane denied; "The EPI was set up 20 years ago by a network of people on the Left working in Europe and the US...Ed is my Brother, but simply administrates it."[32][33][34]
    It was reported on 14 October 2010 that the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards (on instruction from the Standards and Privileges Committee[35]) had referred a expenses related complaint about MacShane from the British National Party[2] to the Metropolitan Police. This refers to the claiming of a total of Ł125,000 in expenses for his constituency office, which was revealed to be a shabby single garage. The Labour Party confirmed MacShane had been suspended from the parliamentary party in the meantime.[36][37] On December 9, 2010 it was reported that the file had been passed from the Metropolitan Police to the Crown Prosecution Service for consideration of further action.[38]
    MacShane had previously written an article for The Guardian in which he played down the expenses scandal writing "there will come a moment when moats and manure, bath plugs and tampons will be seen as a wonderful moment of British fiddling, but more on a Dad's Army scale than the real corruption of politics".[39]
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    Reports of bullying House of Commons staff


    On 25 August 2010 The Guardian reported that MacShane admitted he was the MP involved in an incident with a volunteer with the new Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority. "On 11 May a volunteer had an encounter with an MP who was described as 'very difficult ... disruptive [and] angry' during an induction session. The official report said: 'At the 10 minute mark the volunteer burst into tears and a staff member [from Ipsa] attempted to intervene. When the staff member offered to help, the MP dismissed him as 'condescending', at which point another staff member pulled the volunteer (still in tears) out of the session.' The Daily Mail reported MacShane as saying: "A nice young intern was trying to explain it but I could have learned Chinese quicker".[40] MacShane apologised for his conduct.[41]
    Mein persoenlicher Favorit ist aber:
    The Five Myths Muslims Must Deny

    In November 2001, an article was published under Khalid Mahmood 's name supportive of the war in Afghanistan headlined "The Five Myths Muslims Must Deny". A few days later, however, it was revealed that the Observer article had not in fact been written by Mahmood, but by MacShane; Mahmood agreed to put his name to the article after Lord Ahmed of Rotherham refused. Mahmood's actions were condemned by Inayat Bunglawala from the Muslim Council of Britain, who said: "MacShane then found Mahmood – universally regarded as being not exactly the brightest spark in parliament – to be a more willing instrument for his scheme."[25]
    ...crazy shit...
    Quelle:
    Denis MacShane - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Marti hat einer slowenischen Zeitung gesagt, dass nicht sein Bericht über den Organhandel ein Skandal ist sondern die Tatsache das Zeugen ermordet werden, wenn diese aussagen möchten und dass das einfach von den west. Staaten ignoriert wird
    Ja,Ja, Ja mastacedo
    so ein Scheiss, es werden Untersuchungen eingeleitet. Sei froh, dass es endlich bald zu einem Ergebnis kommen wird.

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    Zitat Zitat von Mastakilla Beitrag anzeigen

    Marti hat einer slowenischen Zeitung gesagt, dass nicht sein Bericht über den Organhandel ein Skandal ist sondern die Tatsache das Zeugen ermordet werden, wenn diese aussagen möchten und dass das einfach von den west. Staaten ignoriert wird
    Du wirst ziemlich wütend sein wenn es sich als lüge herausstellt und nicht froh sein das deinen landsleuten sowas nicht passiert ist.Krank!(ROBERTOS ZITAT)

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    Dik Marti, hvala ti puno, srpski narod te voli !

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    dick marty hatt es mal wieder auf dem punkt gebracht.

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    Dick Marty soll ein russischer Geheimagent sein, demnach kann man auch nichts anderes erwarten.

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