Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Serbia admits it will use organ trafficking"case" for diplomatic offensive against Kosovo

Hague Cooperation Council head Rasim Ljajić: Serbia will "enter a diplomatic offensive in all international forums".

Serb President Tadić: " Kosovo will be viewed differently" as a result of the report. "He also expressed hope that such an investigation would shed the light on the creation of the co-called state of Kosovo."


Goes to show Serbia is not interested in Justice, but in scoring political points.What country in the world freely admits that they will try to score political points out of a possible crime? That means the investigation was done in such a way as to produce the needed results. This strategy is well known in the western circles and it doesn't fly.

I would be happy to see anyone involved in such a crime be sent to the slammer for the rest of his life, but let's not kid ourselves- there is not a single shred of evidence to support the claim that organ extraction was done at this house or let alone Thaci was involved in it. This must be one of the most investigated case in the whole of Balkans without a single shred of forensic evidence [ a.k.a bodies on the freezer trucks dumped in the river] which lends credence to the theory that it's done for political purposes.

Serbia, enjoy your political limelight for the next few weeks, but when you are done with that, give it a shot and see if you can find some of the 1500 Albanians who are still missing from the war.I know that's not going to help you score political points, but it might, just might help justice prevail for the families of these people. These are real people with real names, real birthdaysand actual faces, not some phantom creatures once seen living in colored houses.

Ferik F.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Isn't it ironic that Tadic made the statement at the Batajnica training base of Serbian Special Forces, where more than 1,000 bodies of Kosovars were found hidden in mass graves.

Balkan Update said...

Yes, it's certainly ironic given that there may be even more bodies under the pavement he made the announcement from

The thing is, this story has been around since 2001. Serbia has been peddling it unsuccessfully since then, but now they found this charter Dick Marty who has no credibility to make this kind of investigation. He is one of the few vehement opponents of U.S and Kosovo's Independence, so it's only natural he comes up with this kind of slanderous conclusion without any evidence whatsoever.

These same exact allegation have been going around for 10 year and everyone understood them to be PR work from Serbia, so they never made the news. Now Serbia got this guy to put his name on this report & all the sudden this is a huge story. They must of hired a new PR company to do the work.

generic viagra said...
This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.
Anonymous said...

You are a Kosovar, of course you will talk against serbia... I'm from latin america, and I can tell you that we know that your country is one of the many backyards of the US. Let's face it, you should not be a country yet, and you should stop hating so much your neighbors...

generic viagra said...
This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.
muebles said...

I think every person ought to read it.