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Serbian prosecutor probes claims that Serbs were killed for organs in Albania

Erstellt von Venom1, 27.10.2008, 23:45 Uhr · 25 Antworten · 2.394 Aufrufe

  1. #11
    Avatar von skenderbegi

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    Wegen fehlender Beweise waren von Anklägern des UNO-Tribunals allerdings nie Ermittlungen eingeleitet worden.

  2. #12

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    Zitat Zitat von anna Beitrag anzeigen
    wieder haben es die serben geschafft sich als opfer darzustellen.
    und lieber HERR VENOM,
    wieviele albaner werden vermisst?
    wieviele habt ihr in die donau geschmissen? und du bringst so einen thread???

    ihr war die opfer,.....leider nicht ordentliche opfer!
    ihr wart opfer....ihr musstet kinder vergewaltigen und töten,genauso mit den frauen.
    ihr werdet immer die opfer bleiben.
    ihr seid keine menschen.
    Stimmt wer einmal Täter war der kann nicht Opfer werden!!!
    Egal was Serben angetan wurde, sie sind in KEINEM FALL Opfer sondern immer Täter!

    Wie gestört muss man sein um so argumentieren zu können?

  3. #13
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    Wieso sollte Del Ponte so eine Geschichte aufgreiffen um den Serben zu helfen? die Behauptung kommt ja nicht von ungefähr

  4. #14

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    Naja sja ka rras Thaci perqata flet kshtu del pontja

  5. #15

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    Zitat Zitat von skenderbegi Beitrag anzeigen
    Und du glaubst ernsthaft, dass es keine Massenmorde seitens der Albaner gab?

    God bless the USA

  6. #16

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    Zitat Zitat von anna Beitrag anzeigen
    wieder haben es die serben geschafft sich als opfer darzustellen.
    und lieber HERR VENOM,
    wieviele albaner werden vermisst?
    wieviele habt ihr in die donau geschmissen? und du bringst so einen thread???

    ihr war die opfer,.....leider nicht ordentliche opfer!
    ihr wart opfer....ihr musstet kinder vergewaltigen und töten,genauso mit den frauen.
    ihr werdet immer die opfer bleiben.
    ihr seid keine menschen.

    Mengele thanks to you for your retarded comment......

    Da du gerade Kinder ansprichst...das Mädchen das dein albanischer Freund hier vergewaltigt hat, war gerade erst 15 Jahre alt.........

    Kosovo : massacre 1998, serb civillians brutally killed


    Christopher Hill
    Special US Envoy to Yugoslavia

    "I condemn the horrible massacre of Serb civilians commited by Albanian terrorists. The United States are shocked by the brutalities in the village of Klecka. Whoever did this must be punished. The United States do not support the armed battles of the KLA and condemn every kind of aggression, as well as the kidnapping of civilians."
    Jay Carter
    Spokesman for the UN Office in Belgrade

    "The persons who massacred Serbs in the village of Klecka must be found and punished, because the fight for an independent Kosovo must be through dialogue, not this way. The International Community will send a team of experts to Kosovo, under the jurisdiction of the Tribunal in Hague, who will investigate this recent massacre as well as other crimes."
    Herman Main
    President of the Association of German Journalists

    "Certain German journalists usually subjectively report from Kosovo. The majority of newspapers and media try to present an objective picture of the Kosovo situation using sources from both the Serb and Albanian side. However, many journalists try with their reports to leave an impression that they are very well-informed, which suggests that they were witnesses on the spot, and that isn't true. The most drastic example of such reporting was done by "Di Presse" correspondent, Erih Ruthfelder, who wrote about something that he did not see. He only heard about it, and it was not confirmed."
    Mary Robinson
    High Commissioner UN for Human Rights

    "I am haunted and horrified by this weekend's images of charred remains in a makeshift crematorium."
    Six mass graves and execution grounds near the village of Glodjane.
    On September 8, 1998, the first of the six discovered mass graves, and the execution grounds where Albanian terrorists murdered Serbian civilians, were found near the village of Glodjane.
    According to the testimonies given by the apprehended Albanian terrorists, members of the KLA brought kidnapped Serbian civilians to the banks of the channel connecting Bistrica River and Radonjic Lake, shot them and dumped their bodies into the channel. Two female and two male bodies were found on the banks, while an additional 16 were fished out of the channel in various stages of decomposition. One female body was missing half of the scull, and another was riddled with 17 bullet wounds. An additional four bodies were found in a shallow grave 100 meters away. Some bodies floated all the way to the lake, and were recovered there.
    Examining Magistrate, Rajko Gojkovic, described the scene as monstrous, since many of the victims were mutilated and tortured before being executed. Several other shallow graves were discovered near Glodjane, with mutilated, beheaded or castrated bodies.
    By September 13, 1998, the bodies of 37 Serb civilians were discovered. The remains of other bodies were found nearby and it is assumed that they were dragged there by dogs, birds and wild animals. The count of killed Serbs is not final.
    The KLA, which had a base camp nearby, started executions in the spring of 1998 when, in April, they abducted eight elderly men from the villages of Upper Ratis and Lower Ratis. It is assumed that they were shot to death and buried in the mass graves in Glodjane.
    On September 10, 1998, another killing ground was discovered in Upper Ratis with seven bodies.
    Lime Factory Ovens
    How Albanian terrorists kidnapped, killed and burned Serbian civilians in the village of Klecka
    On August 27, 1998 Serbian police discovered a cremation oven in the lime factory in the village of Klecka, used to dispose of murdered Serbian civilians.
    Captured KLA terrorists from Malisevo, Lyan Mazreku and Bekim Mazreku, told the police that in July, 1998 the KLA captured, killed and burned 22 Serbian civilians in the village of Klecka, some 45km Southwest of Pristina. Civilians were put before a firing squad and executed. The lime factory ovens were used in hope that the high temperatures would destroy the evidence. However, several partially burned bodies remained.
    Lyan Mazreku admitted that the KLA rounded up about 100 civilians in the village of Orahovac, under the command of Fatmir Lima, Gani Krasnici and Hismi Kilya. They transferred them to Klecka where they proceeded to rape, in front of everyone, all the females, regardless of age, including little children. Also, Lyan Mazreku admitted to raping and cutting off a little boy's ear. He described how people's limbs were amputated, eyes gouged, heads cut off, and various organs removed before they were finally shot.
    Bekim Mazreku admitted to having personally killed 5 men, 3 women and 2 children ages 7 and 11 years. He confirmed that a KLA firing squad executed 22 civilians under the directive of Fatmir Lima, Gani Krasnici and Hismi Kilya.
    Klecka contained a KLA base including a training camp and a munitions depot. A large amount of weaponry and ammunition was recovered by the police, including anti-tank rocket propelled grenades,as well as humanitarian aid packets provided by the United States. In the village of Klecka, the bodies of 22 Serb civilians were found.

  7. #17

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    New allegations in organ trafficking case

    28 October 2008 | 09:17 -> 15:04
    | Source: B92, Tanjug

    BELGRADE, TIRANA -- As the Albanian prosecutor rejects a request to investigate organ trafficking, B92 reveals new information related to the case.

    The authorities in Tirana will not allow Serbian War Crimes Prosecutor Vladimir Vukčević to carry out an investigation into the existence of a clinic in the Albanian village of Gur, near Matia, where members of the so-called Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) allegedly brought the Kosovo Serbs they had kidnapped, and where they removed their vital organs, the media in Tirana reported.

    Albanian Chief Prosecutor Ina Rama rejected Serbia's demand to examine the accusations Karla Del Ponte had put forward in her book, the media said, according to Tanjug.

    The refusal to allow an investigation into the issue was also confirmed by the Albanian Prosecution's statement for the media on Monday, which was issued immediately after Rama's meeting with Vukčević and his associates in Tirana.

    This news came as B92 TV prepares to air its exclusive program dedicated to the case this evening at 21:00 CET.

    A B92 Investigates team has exclusively been searching in Albania for places where the organs of people from Kosovo were allegedly traded.

    The Serbian prosecution wanted its Albanian counterparts to allow them access to witnesses and to lists of names of doctors and medical personnel from Kosovo that worked in Albania.

    The B92 team filmed exclusive footage in northern Albania, where, according to former Hague Prosecutor Carla Del Ponte, abducted Kosovo Serbs and other non-Albanians had their vital organs harvested for re-sale on the black market after the war in Kosovo in 1999.

    The War Crimes Prosecution is also looking into the allegations. It was of vital importance for the prosecution to travel to Albania in order to carry out an inquest and reconstructions, and to take DNA for analysis.

    No indictments have yet been raised.

    “It’s too early for you to be asking me that, it’s not easy to raise an indictment. It has to be justified. I told you that in my opinion this is a case of international organized crime,” said War Crimes Prosecutor Vladimir Vukčević.

    Although Del Ponte identified the “yellow house” as the possible site of the organ extractions, the B92 team exclusively understands that the domestic prosecution has new information that surgical operations were carried out in a psychiatric hospital at Prison no.320, about 20km from the “yellow house”.

    The “yellow house” allegedly served for convalescence and temporary accommodation for prisoners.

    Meanwhile, a Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) training center was situated in Burrel.

    The "yellow house's" occupants initially claimed that the house was never yellow, but that Del Ponte thought the whole thing up while, in the meantime, dishing up in public another version of the truth.

    “I’m telling you that it was only in 2001 that we painted it white, and only one strip on the ground level, one meter high, was yellow. I’m telling you how it was, if you don’t want me to, then leave! I’m telling you when and the reasons why! We had a wedding, we painted the house white, and at the bottom we left a yellow strip,” said Dashuri Katuqi, the granddaughter of the house’s owner.

    Hague investigators, checking on the allegations of their sources, found blood stains on the floor and walls of one of the rooms in the “yellow house”.

    The residents initially denied the existence of any bloodstains, before, later, offering a variety of explanations.

    The owner, Abdulah Katuqi, claims that two children were born in the room in question. The housemates claim that the births took place in 1990 or 1991. The blood was found in 2004.

    They also said that the room contained the blood of animals that they had “slaughtered outside, and had cut the meat up inside.”

    The B92 team also saw documentation that reveals Albanian Prime Minister Sali Berisha, under pressure from KLA leader and former Kosovo Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj, ordered the security forces to destroy all documentation that had any connection with the disappearance of Serbs from Kosovo, their transportation to Albania and organ harvesting.

    The documents B92 saw also suggest that there are witnesses who could confirm that Haradinaj organized the transfer of Serbs from Kosovo to Albania when the 1999 war was over. The Serbs are said to have been imprisoned in an abandoned mine in Krum, near the border with Albania.

    The B92 team obtained this information from the sources located in Belgrade, while according to statements from people they spoke to, this is not an issue discussed publicly in Albania.

    Still, Albanian publicist and dissident Fatos Lubonja says he believes it is important for an investigation to be conducted.

    "It matters not only for international justice, not only for the Serbs, it matters also for the Kosovo Albanians who have such leaders. If these leaders are criminals, if they face accusations of being criminals, they cannot create a democratic order," Lubonja said.

    Meanwhile, Verica Tomanović of the Association of the Families of the Missing Kosovo Serbs says that while this NGO knew that people were transferred from Kosovo to Albania, and that illegal prisons existed there, concrete data and lists of the victims were never revealed.

    "When we talk about executions of non-Albanians in northern Albania, that was not done by Albanian citizens, but by KLA members. And that is the essence," Serbian War Crimes Prosecution spokesman Bruno Vekarić says.

    B92 - News - Crime & War crimes - New allegations in organ trafficking case

  8. #18

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    Am besten alle sperren, die das leugnen

  9. #19

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    Serbia Scolds Albania Over Organ Trafficking Probe

    Serbia Denounces Albania Over Refusal To Probe Organ Trafficking Claims

    BELGRADE, Serbia, Oct. 29, 2008

    (AP) Serbian officials denounced Albania on Wednesday for refusing to investigate claims that Kosovo Albanian guerillas killed Serb prisoners for their organs during the 1998-99 Kosovo war.

    Albania's top prosecutor said Monday she would not help a visiting Serbian war crimes prosecutor who is investigating claims of organ-trafficking that surfaced in a book earlier this year by the former chief U.N. war crimes prosecutor, Carla Del Ponte.

    In "The Hunt: War Criminals and Me," Del Ponte wrote that, according to her sources, about 300 people were kidnapped during the Kosovo war and transported across the border to Albania where they disappeared. There are reports that some ended as victims of an organ harvesting operation, Del Ponte wrote.

    The spokesman for Serbia's war crimes prosecution, Bruno Vekaric, called the Albanian decision politically motivated and said Serbia will hand over its evidence of organ trafficking to the Council of Europe, the European Union's top human rights body.

    "The Albanian prosecutors made a hasty decision not to take our evidence into consideration, obviously under intense political pressure," Vekaric told The Associated Press.

    Thousands of people were killed as Serb security troops cracked down on Kosovo Albanian separatists in the war. The conflict ended after NATO bombed Serbia in 1999.

    Albania had supported the ethnic Albanian rebellion in Kosovo.

    Kosovo declared independence from Serbia in February, a situation Serbia still has not accepted.

    Albanian Prosecutor-General Ina Rama said the country would only assist prosecutors from the U.N. War Crimes Tribunal in The Hague on the case _ if they want to reopen it. Rama said the tribunal had investigated in 2005 and concluded the organ trafficking claims were not true.

    Serbia Scolds Albania Over Organ Trafficking Probe, Serbia Denounces Albania Over Refusal To Probe Organ Trafficking Claims - CBS News

    Serbien wirft Albanien Verheimlichung von Organhandel vor

    20:28 | 29/ 10/ 2008
    BELGRAD, 29. Oktober (RIA Novosti). Die albanische Führung soll laut serbischen Behörden bewusst verhemlicht haben, dass Serben aus dem Kosovo von Organhändlern verschleppt wurden.
    Der albanische Ministerpräsident Sali Berisha habe seinen Sicherheitsbehörden befohlen, Hinweise auf illegalen Handel mit Organen vermisster Kosovo-Serben zu vernichten, sagte der für Kriegsverbrechen zuständige serbische Staatsanwalt Vladimir Vukcevic in einem Interview für die Belgrader Zeitung „Pres" vom Mittwoch.
    Rund 300 Menschen seien aus dem Kosovo nach Albanien verschleppt worden, dort habe man ihnen innere Organe entnommen. Der serbischen Staatsanwaltschaft lägen Informationen über einige Massengräber vor, für weitere Ermittlungen sei aber die Zustimmung der albanischen Führung bzw. ein internationales Mandat erforderlich.

    Serbien wolle nun den Europarat und den UN-Sicherheitsrat über diese Verbrechen informieren: „Die Welt muss erfahren, was sich im Norden Albaniens abspielte".
    „Wir kamen zu dem Schluss, dass der politische Faktor eine wesentliche Rolle spielte, als Kriegsverbrechen gegen Serben und Nichtalbaner im Kosovo und Metohia verheimlicht wurden", so Vukcevic.

    RIA Novosti - Politik - International - Serbien wirft Albanien Verheimlichung von Organhandel vor

    Serbia seeks Europe help in Albania organs probe

    Ivana Sekularac and Benet Koleka
    Reuters North American News Service

    Oct 29, 2008 12:26 EST

    BELGRADE/TIRANA, Oct 29 (Reuters) - Serbia said on Wednesday it will ask the Council of Europe to persuade Albania to agree to an investigation into allegations of trafficking of human organs taken from Kosovo Serbs during the 1999 conflict.
    Serbia's War Crimes Prosecutor Vladimir Vukcevic said Albania's Prosecutor General Ina Rama had rejected a request to allow an investigation into the allegations made by former U.N. war crimes prosecutor despite evidence presented on Monday.
    "We are going to address the issue to the Council of Europe," said Bruno Vekaric, a spokesman for Serbia's war crimes prosecutor. "We'll present them with all the evidence we have."
    Vukcevic had planned on Monday to visit a house in northern Albania believed to be a makeshift clinic but Albanian authorities denied him access, an Albanian judiciary source said. Serbia says it has evidence suggesting mass graves in the area.
    Albanian prosecutors said in a statement that the issue had already been investigated by local authorities as well as by an investigator of the United Nations war crimes tribunal.
    "The allegations did not prove to be true," it said.
    Albanian Prime Minister Sali Berisha also rejected comments, attributed to Vukcevic, that he had asked the secret service "to destroy important documents under the influence of Ramush Haradinaj", a former Kosovo guerrilla leader who later become a Kosovo prime minister.
    "This is a concoction of a sick and hallucinatory imagination, a fantasy of fiction," his office told Reuters.

    Former U.N. war crimes prosecutor Carla Del Ponte wrote in a book entitled "The Hunt" that her team had investigated reports that around 300 Serbians held in Albania had had organs removed, apparently for trafficking. Albanian Prime Minister Sali Berisha had dismissed Del Ponte's charges as fiction.
    In 2004, U.N. investigators searched a house belonging to an Albanian family for evidence that ethnic Albanian guerrillas in Kosovo had removed body organs from Serbs seized during NATO's 1999 air campaign against Serbia to stop ethnic killings.
    The investigators had found blood stains, a gauze in the garbage area and syringes they dug out from an area near the river flowing below the meadow.
    They returned the next day with axes to open graves in a local cemetery but villagers protested they were the graves of their dead and stopped them from exhuming them. An Albanian prosecutor also took the villagers' side. (Editing by Adam Tanner and Richard Balmforth)

    Reuters North American News Service

    Vukčević: Beriša, kriv si

    Sreda, 29. oktobar 2008. 22:07

    Srpski tužilac za ratne zločine Vladimir Vukčević izjavio je u sredu uveče da je, prema informacijama iz obaveštajnih izvora, lider bivše OVK Ramuš Haradinaj u septembru ove godine boravio u Tirani, i od albanskog premijera Sali Beriše tražio da ukloni dokaze koji se odnose na trgovinu ljudskim organima.

    Komentarišući reagovanje Beriše, koji je izmišljotinama nazvao izjave da je učestvovao u uklanjanju dokaza, Vukčević je ocenio da je to indikativno i da je reč o političkim pritiscima iza kojih stoje interesi kosovskog lobija i "isprepletane političke albanske elite koja je od početka davala podršku OVK".

    Portparol albanskog premijera Saljija Beriše izjavio je da je "laž i proizvod bolesne fantazije" izjava tužioca za ratne zločine Srbije Vladimira Vukčevića da je Beriša naredio uništavanje dokumenata o nestalim Srbima na Kosovu. "To je halucinantna laž i proizvod bolesne fantazije inspirisane fikcijom", izjavio je Grid Roji na molbu agencije Beta da prokomentarise izjavu Vukčevića.

    Govoreći o objektima za koje se pretpostavlja da su u njima vršene operacije i uzimani organi, Vukčević je za B92 kazao da se to nije dešavalo u "žutoj kući", već su u njoj samo vršene pripreme za operacije i tu su dovođeni ljudi nakon operacija prilikom kojih su im uzimani organi.

    "Morbidno zvuči, ali ljudsko telo, kada ga rasklopite, vredi više od dva miliona evra na crnom tržištu", kazao je Vukčević u emisiji "Poligraf" B92, procenjujući da su operacije vršene u neuropsihijatrijskoj bolnici, u kojoj je bilo oko 40 bolesnika koji su nestali.

    Vukčević je rekao da će sledeći korak tužilaštva biti obraćanje relevantnim međunarodnim faktorima kako bi pomogli da se istraga sprovede.

    Tužilac za ratne zločine je, posle posete Albaniji, u intervjuu za "Press" kazao da je tamošnje tužilaštvo odbilo da otvori istragu o zločinima koje su na severu te zemlje organizovale vođe OVK i najavio da će slučaj poslati Savetu bezbednosti UN i Savetu Evrope.

    "Mi smo došli do zaključka da je politika imala veliki uticaj na prikrivanje ratnih zločina počinjenih nad Srbima i nealbancima na Kosovu i Metohiji. Knjiga Karle del Ponte je za Albaniju, očigledno, neprijatno svedočanstvo", rekao je Vukčević.

    Prema njegovim rečima, albanska tužiteljka Ina Rama je delegaciji iz Beograda prenela da istraga albanskog i haškog tima nije potvrdila navode Karle del Ponte o trgovini organima kidnapovanih Srba.

    "Mi ćemo sada, preko Ministarstva pravde, o svim dokazima i našoj poseti Albaniji obavestiti Dika Martija, specijalnog izvestioca za trgovinu ljudskim organima Parlamentarne skupštine Saveta Evrope...Naše navode ćemo poslati i nadležnima u Savetu bezbednosti UN. Svet mora da sazna šta se dešavalo na severu Albanije", rekao je tužilac.

    Vukčević je rekao da je na sever Albanije odvedeno oko 300 ljudi i da ima saznanja o nekoliko mogućih masovnih grobnica, ali da to moraju da istraže albanske vlasti ili međunarodne institucije.

    Bivša haška tužiteljka Karle del Ponte je, u knjizi "Lov, ja i ratni zločinci", navela da je tuzilaštvo došlo do saznanja da su Srbima koji su 1999. godine nestali na Kosovu i Metohiji vađeni bubrezi i drugi organi, a zatim krijumčareni i prodavani stranim klinikama radi transplatacije.

    Srpsko tužilaštvo je 21. marta pokrenulo istragu povodom pisanja Del Ponteove.


    Vuk?evi?: Beri?a, kriv si! :: Mondo

  10. #20

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    Wieso sollte Del Ponte so eine Geschichte aufgreiffen um den Serben zu helfen? die Behauptung kommt ja nicht von ungefähr

    vielleicht damit wenigstens die serben ihr buch kaufen.
    schliesslich probieren es in letzter zeit ziemlich viele komische gestalten,(strache,npd nazis,schweizernazis usw.) bei den serben zu punkten, mit erfolg.

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