Reine Verbrecher, welche nun im Kosovo die Zeugen Familien erneut so unter Druck setzen, das die Zeugen aussagen, sie seien von der EULEX erpresst worden. Die Fehler wurden von der NATO, EU und UN gemacht, als man in 1999 von Beginn an, mit primitiven Terroristen und Verbrechern zusammen arbeitete. Vor allem weil ein Hirnloser Joschka Fischer und ohne Beruf, den Unfug der Madelein Allbright nur wie ein kleines Kind nachkaute und als Politik verkaufte, obwohl es totaler Unfug war. Und dann kamen die Abzocker und Betrüger aus allen Ländern, welche am Aufbau nur verdienen wollten.
Man rief öffentlich zum Mord an Serben auf, mordete in Albanien viele Konkurrenz UCK Leute und stellt sich dann als harmlose Freiheits Kämpfer hin, obwohl man nur ein Deppen Club von Terroristen und Idioten ist.
22 May 13
Kosovo War Crimes Case Witness Slams EU Prosecutor
A witness at the trial of former Kosovo Liberation Army fighters accused of abusing prisoners at the wartime Klecka jail said he was never beaten and accused EU prosecutors of pressurising him.
Edona Peci BIRN Pristina
The protected witness codenamed ‘M’ told the court in Pristina on Tuesday that he was held at the Klecka detention centre run by the Kosovo Liberation Army, KLA, “for a couple of hours some time in 1999”.
He said he was detained “because my son had stolen a sack of flour” and was interrogated by “a masked person who I didn’t know”.
When asked by the EU rule-of-law mission, EULEX prosecutor when he was beaten up while held at Klecka – before, during or after his interrogation – the witness replied: “I was not beaten at all.”
When the prosecution confronted him with statements he gave in 2011 to EULEX investigators and prosecutors, the witness said that “they know better than me where they got these statements from”.
Asked why he was now denying the statements he had originally given about what happened at Klecka, the witness said he was “scared and put under pressure by EULEX officers”.
“They [EULEX investigators] came to my village, put me in their car and took me some 15 kilometres to the village of Mirusha. They said, ‘Do you know who you’re talking to?’ I was scared so I signed the statements,” he said.
Former KLA commander Fatmir Limaj, now a lawmaker with Kosovo’s ruling Democratic Party, and nine other suspects are on trial over alleged war crimes against civilians and Serb prisoners at Klecka during wartime.
According to the indictment, Limaj and the other co-defendants, also former KLA fighters, “violated the bodily integrity and health of an unspecified number of Serb and Albanian civilians and Serb prisoners of war”.
Albanian civilians suspected of collaboration with the Serbian regime, Serbian civilians and Serbian police and military personnel were allegedly detained at Klecka, which according to the indictment also served as a detention centre for KLA soldiers investigated or sentenced for disciplinary offences.
All the defendants in the Klecka case were tried and acquitted last year but the prosecution successfully appealed against the verdict and the case was sent for a retrial.
At a previous trial at the Hague Tribunal in 2005, Limaj was acquitted of war crimes against Serbs and Albanians suspected of collaborating with Serbia during the Kosovo war and returned home to a hero’s welcome.