Tuesday, March 28, 2006

Serbia: Interpol Lifting Of Warrant Vs Kosovo PM Shameful

BELGRADE (AP)--Serbia protested Tuesday against Interpol's recent decision to remove Kosovo's former rebel leader and newly elected prime minister, Agim Ceku, from its list of wanted persons.

Serbia's Justice Minister denounced as "shameful" Interpol's recent acknowledgment Ceku is no longer on its list of internationally wanted persons because of his new status.

The arrest warrant had been initiated by Serbia, which accuses Ceku of atrocities and war crimes, including genocide, against Serbs and other non-Albanians during the 1998-1999 Kosovo war.

Kosovo has been a U.N.-run protectorate since 1999 when Serbia was forced by North Atlantic Treaty Organization bombing to halt its crackdown against the ethnic Albanian separatists in Kosovo and hand over the province to the U.N. and the military alliance. A final status for the province is now being negotiated through U.N.-sponsored talks.

Formerly a top commander of the ethnic Albanian guerrillas, Ceku became Kosovo's prime minister earlier this month. The province's U.N. administrators then urged Interpol and a number of Western governments to ignore the arrest warrant for him, as well as for another former rebel leader, Hashim Thaci, citing the need for them to move freely.

Both were detained in the past when they traveled abroad, but were released after U.N. officials intervened. They are now part of the talks on Kosovo's future.

Serbian authorities claim Ceku is responsible for wartime killings of 669 Serbs and 18 other non-Albanians in Kosovo, for more than 500 abductions and about as many armed attacks.

25 comments:

ANoNyMOUS said...

"Serbian authorities claim Ceku is responsible for wartime killings of 669 Serbs and 18 other non-Albanians in Kosovo, for more than 500 abductions and about as many armed attacks."

Serbia u can suck our terrorist dicks!!!! It's amazing how they "know" about serbs missing but have no clue or idea about a good thousand Albanians Missing. Serbia is full of MYTHS...SUCK my dick serbia!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

suck our motherfuking albanian dicks you fuking serbs, how about you'r fucking chetniks that killed babies, old people ,animals , and burnt and stole everything from kosovo, you fucking miserable people, shut the fuck up and leave us alone motherfuckers, "Kosovo Independence" the one nad only option we'll take, so we don't have to see you'r racist diciminating criminal serbian faces, fuck all of you ....fuck off "Kosovo Independance" and that's it so fuck all of you.

Anonymous said...

There is something called diplomatic immunity. Why can't Serbs undestand this simple concept?

Anonymous said...

Fuck serbia and their fucking allegated politics , Kosova Inependence is thee only option for albanians so fuck off ok

fauna said...

anonymous,
did you just learn the word "fuck"?

Mir said...

"It's amazing how they "know" about serbs missing but have no clue or idea about a good thousand Albanians Missing."

The FBI and many agencies did HUGE excavations in Kosovo and only about 3000 bodies have been discovered. Many of which were either KLA uniformed/recognizable fighters or minorities and collateral damage. Dont you think its believable that those missing Albanians could be in Macedonia or Albania instead of dead?

Anonymous said...

Mir,

Or perhaps the Serbs that are "unaccounted for" in Kosovo are the Serb refugees from Krajina forced to move to Kosovo (to change the ethnic structure) in the 90's that decided to go to Republika Srpska in 1999?

Anonymous said...

Remember Batajnica? Bodies of women, children and the elderly... Were they wearing KLA uniforms?

Independent Kosova said...

Kosovo War Crimes


The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) requested FBI forensic assistance in direct support of the six-count international indictment of Yugoslavian President Slobodan Milosevic and four Serbian leaders. Director Louis J. Freeh approved the deployment of a 65-person FBI forensic team to Kosovo, a small province between Macedonia and the Adriatic Sea. The mission of this team of expert investigators and forensic specialists was to document and photograph crime scenes; locate, collect, and preserve evidence at the massacre sites; and perform forensic examinations of the deceased victims to determine identity, sex, approximate age, and cause of death.

Kosovo Recovery Efforts

News accounts and preoperational briefings provided advance warning of the horrors committed by Serbian nationals. However, nothing prepared investigators and examiners for the devastation present at what Director Freeh called "the largest crime scene in history."

The FBI forensic team processed seven sites in Gjakove, Kosovo, and two sites in the town of Peje from June 20, 1999 through July 3, 1999. The majority of these sites were burned houses in which Serbian forces had allegedly murdered more than 75 individuals. The FBI forensic team recovered seven bodies, the remains of numerous others, jacketed rifle bullets, cartridge cases, hand grenade fragments, and evidence for positive presumptive blood test. Field autopsies conducted on the seven bodies determined the cause of death to be multiple gunshots to the head for all seven victims.

A second forensic team was deployed in response to a United Nations request for the provision of continued crime scene assistance to the ICTY. This team processed 21 crime scene sites from August 28, 1999 through September 8, 1999. The majority of these multiple gravesites were located near the town of Glogavac in the Vrbovac Valley, an area approximately 15 km by 6 km in size. Serbian forces allegedly occupied the main road surrounding this area and began an offensive during March and April of 1999, during which Albanian villagers hiding in the woods were captured, tortured, and killed. Those killed were buried in remote graves by local villagers under the cover of darkness. More than 250 Albanians are estimated to have been killed in the Vrbovac area.




Graphic showing a crime scene in Kosovo


A crime scene


Graphic showing the exhumation of a grave


The exhumation of a grave


Graphic showing FBI forensic recovery efforts


FBI forensic recovery efforts


The FBI forensic team exhumed the bodies of 124 victims from 15 sites and processed six "killing" areas. Field autopsies determined the cause of death to be multiple gunshots for the majority of the victims, although some, including a four year-old girl, died from blunt-force trauma. Victims ranged from a two-year-old boy to a 94-year-old female.

For more information about the FBI Laboratory's role in the Kosovo investigation, see the Kosovo section of the FBI Web site.

MIR please tell me where it says what you claim the FBI said. Thats from the FBI website..dont believe me, click my name

armera said...

Mir,

What about the refridgirator truck you found in Serbia. What about Batajnica and other places in Serbia.

Were those KLA uniformed soldiers as well?

Independent Kosova said...

Mir do you know how easy is to kill some people and throw some clothes of UCK near them...better yet put a gun to someones' head and make them dress the dead? Stop saying these idiotic things. From the past we've seen that the Chetniks are ruthless, what do you think make this a special place, do you think Kosova was too holy for them to massacre men like cattle?

Independent Kosova said...

Mir this is for you...Click my NAME!!!!

Mir said...

"KLA fighters who have left the mountain areas and returned to their villages have reported that up to 500 people were massacred in this area"

I dont trust the word of some random KLA soldier especially since UCK was branded as an Islamic terrorist organization by the CIA before they switched sides. You arent going to find the number of dead bodies simply on an FBI PUBLIC website. Those numbers were filed in (now public) UN/Nato documents in the aftermath of the war. You can find transcripts if you google around a while.

Mir said...

"Mir do you know how easy is to kill some people and throw some clothes of UCK near them...better yet put a gun to someones' head and make them dress the dead? "

No... do you?

Anonymous said...

How can you come up with a body count when they are still digging up bodies? They are still digging up bodies in my neighbourhood and if you really know anything about Kosova there are many places you could dump a body or bodies and none would ever be the wiser.

They haven't even found all of the bodies from the rest of the wars and this one the most recent you want to put a count on? We don't even know exactly how many people were killed during WWII and probably never will and yet here you are wanting to comapre one body count to another? All that shows me is desperation.

The only thing that matters is that every republic that declared independence was attacked by Serbia. Serbia was the aggressor and the JNA and the Serbian paramilitary units committed horrible crimes in their name.

Anonymous said...

Mir said...
"Mir do you know how easy is to kill some people and throw some clothes of UCK near them...better yet put a gun to someones' head and make them dress the dead? "

No... do you?


I do.


Snapp VW holding it down on the engenieering tip y'all.

Anonymous said...

At 4:46 PM, Mir said...

"Mir do you know how easy is to kill some people and throw some clothes of UCK near them...better yet put a gun to someones' head and make them dress the dead? "

No... do you?

IT WAS A RHETORICAL QUESTION :)

Kristian said...

No one will ever know the exact number of the dead. Only our maker the all mighty GOD and those that parished will.

But don't drop to conclusions yet, the chapter is still open and bodies are still being found throughout the FROY. The french officer who's conducting the search for graves hasn't concluded his work in B&H and will soon be stationed in Kosovo/a after he's done in B&H. SO EVERYONE HOLD YOUR HORSES UNTIL A TOTAL SEARCH/ANALYSIS HAS BEEN COMPLETED!

Peace to all those that parished and peace to all that are living!

Kris...

armera said...

I will post lyrics of James Blunts Song, who has been in Kosovë as a British Soldier for 6 months, and was inspired to write this song about his experience, which he sais will never forget.

Here is the link to a very interesting articl about him.

http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/pop/264943_nightlife31.html?source=rss

James Blunt - No Bravery Lyrics

There are children standing here,
Arms outstretched into the sky,
Tears drying on their face.
He has been here.
Brothers lie in shallow graves.
Fathers lost without a trace.
A nation blind to their disgrace,
Since he's been here.

And I see no bravery,
No bravery in your eyes anymore.
Only sadness.

Houses burnt beyond repair.
The smell of death is in the air.
A woman weeping in despair says,
He has been here.
Tracer lighting up the sky.
It's another families' turn to die.
A child afraid to even cry out says,
He has been here.

And I see no bravery,
No bravery in your eyes anymore.
Only sadness.

There are children standing here,
Arms outstretched into the sky,
But no one asks the question why,
He has been here.
Old men kneel and accept their fate.
Wives and daughters cut and raped.
A generation drenched in hate.
Yes, he has been here.

And I see no bravery,
No bravery in your eyes anymore.
Only sadness.

Independent Kosova said...

"I dont trust the word of some random KLA soldier especially since UCK was branded as an Islamic terrorist organization by the CIA before they switched sides. You arent going to find the number of dead bodies simply on an FBI PUBLIC website. Those numbers were filed in (now public) UN/Nato documents in the aftermath of the war. You can find transcripts if you google around a while."

But yet the FBI does? Will you please shut the fuck up, you are annoying the shit out of me. I give you FBI, now you switch your story to CIA. Okay since you Serbian, "the knowledge gatherer", you tell me the number of dead bodies. Since they are now public, please you find them..I would love to read what you will find. The only people that branded the UçK terrorists were the Serbs..and your Greek allies.

Just remember, every step you take, is another step closer to Hague.

Mir said...
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Mir said...

" Will you please shut the fuck up, you are annoying the shit out of me. "

What are you going to do about it, ethnic cleanse me? lol Maybe steal my house from me? lol

UCK was terrorist organization prior to Ceku arriving to it. Then they became freedom fighters. Its kind of ironic how the US also supported and trained Osama bin Laden and his freedom fighters in Afghanistan.

The numbers are at approximately near 3000. Im not even going to try to find how many of those dead Albanians were killed by the NATO 'collateral damage' bombs.

Anonymous said...

Mir, once again your indoctrination (read brainwashing) is obvious for all to see.

First you say the FBI never found any evidence. WHen shown by overpowering evidence to the contrary you start blaming UCK.
And in the end you blame NATO for killing many Albanians!

Wow, the serbian mind is a strange thing. Never accept reality, hang on to the blatant propaganda, always portay onedelf as a victim.
Someone should do a scientific work on your people and their victim fetish.

Tosi
Sweden

Mir said...

"WHen shown by overpowering evidence to the contrary you start blaming UCK."

Lol I didnt see any OVERPOWERING evidence? I saw transcripts of NATO/UN documents though and the deaths were at around 3000 many of which WERE killed by NATO bombs. There are reporters (one American whose name I cant remember at the moment) who were with the KLA. This American man almost got killed during a friendly fire incident that killed most of the KLA squad he was with.

"always portay onedelf as a victim"
I am not a victim of anything. Only Albanians are. Albanians are the only ones that have ever been attacked. They were always innocent. Why would anyone attack the innocent Albanians. The Serbs must be evil. Yess thats it.



And since you are such a great pillar of 'truth' and facts maybe you can tell us who shot JFK or how the Egyptian pyramids were made. O' enlighten us Great Tosi.

Anonymous said...

Ok, let's see here

The overpowering evidence I was talking about was the FBI files that somebody showed you.
Than you changed your tune and started to blame UCK and NATO. I would love to se all those UN "documents" about NATO bombs killing 3000 in Kosova. And maybe you can show it the world press, I'm sure they would love it.
As for friendly fire, I thought we were discussing killing civilians. Friendly fire happens, and nobody is saying anything about UCK soldiers killed by it.


Albanians were, unfortunately, victims in the conflict. And not only during 98-99 but since 1912. The serbs on the other hand have been aggressors but love to portray oneself as victims. That's simply repulsive.
I think there are cases where serbs are the victims but not to the extent they think. Blaming Yugoslavia wars on Germany, US, Croatia, Bosnia, Albanians, you name it... It's everyone elses fault but their one. The serbs are only innocent people who were defending themselves from foreign aggression... Yeah right... And you always forget to mention the devastation Serbia has brought to the region. Forget to mention concentration camps, ethnic cleansing, massrapes, killings that the "innocent" serbian forces were commiting...


Well thank you for seeing me as the pillar of truth!
I don't know who shot JFK, but I'm sure it was NOT a serbian. There, I don't always blame serbs.
And I don't think they build the pyramids either.


Tosi
Sweden