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Polizei General Vlastimir Djordjevic wird angeklagt w/Kosovo

Erstellt von lupo-de-mare, 04.08.2006, 21:31 Uhr · 3 Antworten · 1.039 Aufrufe

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    Polizei General Vlastimir Djordjevic wird angeklagt w/Kosovo

    Grund: Er hat drei Albanische Verbrecher der Atlantik Brigade erschiessen lassen. Illy, Mehmet and Agron Bytyqi, waren im übrigen mit Ausweisen des US Statedepartemens ausgestattet und verschwanden in Montenegro im JJuni 1999! Dort waren diese Verbrecher und Spione illegal eingereist, wo in vielen Staaten bekanntlich die Todes Strafe steht.

    Serbia investigating former top police general over Kosovo killings

    04/08/2006

    Former top police general Vlastimir Djordjevic is being investigated for the July 1999 killings of three US citizens of Kosovo Albanian origin, a Serbian court said on Thursday.

    (Blic - 04/08/06; AP, Reuters, UPI, Radio B92, Beta - 03/08/06)


    Former Serbian police chief Vlastimir Djordjevic (left) is on the ICTY's list of most wanted war crimes indictees. [UN]

    The Belgrade District Court announced on Thursday (3 August) the inclusion of a former top Serbian police general in the investigation of the 1999 killings of three US citizens of Kosovo Albanian origin.

    "The investigative judge ... has decided to extend the investigation to Vlastimir Djordjevic for the criminal act of a war crime against prisoners of war," Reuters quoted the court as saying in a statement.

    The investigation into the killings of brothers Illy, Mehmet and Agron Bytyqi, shot dead in July 1999, was launched on 1 March, when two people were arrested for suspected involvement in the case.

    The three brothers, whose bodies were found in a mass grave in eastern Serbia in 2001, joined 400 fellow Albanians living in the United States in the so-called Atlantic Brigade that fought alongside the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) during the Slobodan Milosevic regime's 1998-1999 crackdown on the province.

    Citing a report in the Belgrade-based daily Blic on Thursday, Serbia's Radio B92 said that Djordjevic, who was deputy interior minister and head of the Public Security Department until January 2001, was charged with giving the order to murder the Bytyqi brothers.

    They had been arrested on Serbian-controlled territory in June 1999 and sentenced to 17 days of imprisonment. On 8 July 1999, nearly a month after the end of the conflict, Djordjevic reportedly ordered Sreten Popovic, a subordinate officer at the training centre in Petrovo Selo, to take the Bytyqi brothers to that facility following their release from the Prokuplje prison. In a telephone conversation a day later, the former general reportedly ordered Popovic to hand over the brothers to unidentified interior ministry staff, who later killed them at a nearby garbage disposal site.

    It was likely, according to B92, that Popovic and interior ministry members Milos Stojanovic and Aleksandar Nikolic, who were earlier under investigation for the case, have directly implicated Djordjevic.

    He was indicted by the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) in October 2003 for his alleged involvement in war crimes committed during the 1998-1999 conflict in Kosovo.

    An August 2002 media report suggested that, during a March 1999 meeting in Milosevic's office, Djordjevic had initiated the cover-up of civilian victims of the Kosovo conflict. He disappeared shortly after mass graves containing the remains of more than 800 Kosovo Albanians were discovered in Serbia in 2001.

    In June this year, Djordjevic, who is widely believed to be hiding in Russia, was removed from his joint ICTY indictment with three other former generals -- Nebojsa Pavkovic, Vladimir Lazarevic and Sreten Lukic -- so that the trial against them could begin as scheduled.

    BEF

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    Wo liegt das Problem, waren ja 3 Verbrecher...?

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    Alle Verbrecher zum ershießen bitte antreten.

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    Zitat Zitat von Vuk_Karadzic
    Alle Verbrecher zum ershießen bitte antreten.
    Es wäre die ökonomisch sinnvollste Lösung, den mit einer demokratischen Justiz (welche im Balkan nicht funktioniert), kommt im Balkan niemand klar. Dann werden wie bewiesen halt die Richter und Staatsanwälte bestochen und erhalten Häuser, Grundstücke etc..

    siehe der Albanische General Staatsanwalt Sollaku!, Der kann nicht erklären, wie er Eigentümer von einem Grundstück wurde, wo

    A) vor 60 Jahren Meer war
    B) rings herum nur Drogen Gangster ihre Villen und Hotels haben

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