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War Crimes

The investigative file to “organ trafficking”

  • Insajderi brings investigative file ICTY investigation for “organ trafficking”. On the evidence of eight witnesses who claim to have been part of the abduction and transportation of people.

An investigation into allegations of organ trafficking was conducted during 2002-2003. ICTY investigators had interviewed eight witnesses.

Seven were members of the KLA and a victim. They claim to have transported the victims to Albania, claiming that they had clear instructions not to beat.

Witnesses told investigators of the Hague Tribunal to have been part of a “group” that operated until late 2000.

The evidence is summarized in a confidential inquiry report that the Tribunal has handed Investigation Task Force claims the report of the Council of Europe. Then there was ample evidence to establish an indictment.

Insajderi has a copy of the investigative report.

The investigation was launched following a letter that the Hague Tribunal had received by US journalist Michael Montgomery. He had interviewed a witness, but there was enough material to write “organ trafficking”.

He addressed a letter to Hague.

There was late and came down on the field investigators to conduct investigations. They say they were evidence of eight “protagonists” who coded with numbers.

The report summarizes their compatible evidence of war crimes. Eamon is signed by Smytin, Head of Mission in Skopje and Pristina. I was sent

Patrick Lopez Terres – chief of investigations with the remark “do not care falls to journalists at”.

“Patrrck, after the visit of 23 December 2003, I met yesterday evening (October 29) with Paul Coffey, director of UNMIK Department of Justice. Please here have closed, “said the report dated November 3, 2003 signed by Terrez Lopez and stamped by the ICTY.

The first witness identified as “first source” claims to get directly involved in the transportation of hostages from Kosovo to northern and central Albania.

He Kosovar Albanian southwest. Had served in the war as a driver and low-profile fighter in the KLA.

Second source claims that he had taken part in transporting directly from Kosovo hostage in northern and central Albania.

Kosovar Albanian northwest. Pretend that had joined the KLA in 1998. alleges that he was the driver and low-profile fighter.

The third source, also alleges that he participated directly in the transportation of hostages from Kosovo to northern and central Albania.

He said that there was security officer in command of the Dukagjin region.

The fourth source is an ethnic Albanian from Montenegro. He has served as a driver and low-profile fighter KLA.

He claims to have participated directly in burying the Serbs in Kosovo and in the transportation of hostages from Kosovo to northern Albania.

The fifth source claims to have direct knowledge of transporting hostages from Kosovo in central and northern Albania. The report states that remain unclear his direct role.

The report says that it has been ranked in the middle level of the hierarchy in the logistics of the KLA. It has close ties with Ramush Haradinaj.

Source of six is ​​an Albanian from Prizren, who was accused by the KLA of collaborating with Serbs. He was taken hostage along with his brother and was held hostage at a factory in Kukes. His brother was killed in Kukes.

The witness was released and returned to Prizren after the war. The first alleges Serb hostages who were held hostage by the KLA in Kukes.

Source seven claims to have direct knowledge of the detention centers in northern Albania. Kosovar Albanian soldier in the KLA profile.

Source eighth alleges indirect knowledge for transporting hostages from Kosovo to northern Albania.

He served under the command of the commander Ekrem Rexha known as Drini.

This report explanatory letter is signed by Paul E. Cofie, director of the UNMIK Department of Justice./Insajderi.com

Tomorrow: What say witnesses camps in Albania? What was the specific role of witnesses in transporting people?

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