Well, for all the spirited defense of the Kosovo Liberation Army, damning evidence now appears to be coming out in the wash. Perhaps it is a convenient release just in time to strengthen the International Criminal Court and put pressure on the USA to join up, I don't know. Maybe it is just one more justification for a rationale that "nothing will work but world government," oooops, "global governance."
Well, at any rate, the body the Kosovo Christians were thrown to, the primarily Albanian anti-Serbian Orthodox leadership, in addition to burning churches under the somewhat less than vigilant eyes of the United Nations, NATO, and EU occupying troops, it now turns out may well have been engaged in human body trafficking from impoverished and imprisoned Serbs. Quoting from the article:
PARIS — A two-year international inquiry has accused the prime minister of Kosovo of leading a clan of criminal entrepreneurs who presided over an organ-trafficking network that extracted kidneys from Serbian prisoners executed during the Kosovo conflict in 1999.
The report, prepared for the Council of Europe, names the prime minister, Hashim Thaci, the former political leader of the Kosovo Liberation Army, or KLA. It accuses him of leading the Drenica Group, an organized crime network that flourished in Kosovo and Albania after the war and exerted control over the heroin and narcotics trade and six secret detention centers for a black market in human kidneys.
After the report became public, Kosovo officials called it slanderous and an effort to harm Thaci, 42, whose party this month won the first election there since it declared independence from Serbia.
After fighting ended in Kosovo in June 1999, a network was established that tied into “a broader, more complex organized criminal conspiracy’’ that operated in three other countries and endured for more than a decade, according to the report. The document was prepared by Dick Marty, a Swiss politician who led the investigation and has previously looked into allegations that the CIA abducted and imprisoned terrorism suspects in Europe.
The Kosovar network faced new scrutiny this week with the start of a trial in Pristina, the capital, to prosecute seven men, including a former senior Health Ministry official. They are accused of recruiting 20 people from impoverished nations with promises of payments for their kidneys, which were sold to recipients for $110,000 to $137,000.
The Council of Europe, separate from the European Union, includes 47 member states and is responsible for the European Court of Human Rights.Read the rest of the article by clicking here:
One of the greatest unsolved mysteries of World War II was that Hitler failed to reduce the Balkans before taking on the USA and Russia. It is increasingly apparent to me that the Balkans are long sinced reduced just as the USA is being increasingly challenged by the global governance crowd of which Javier Solana is a core leader.