Ein Kosovo: UCK – KLA Terrorist wurde verurteilt, wegen Kriegs Verbrechen: Xhemshit Krasniqi
Verbrechen ohne Ende, Entführung, Folterung, Tödung von Zivilisten, Frauen und Kindern: die Terroristen Organisation KLA – UCK, als US Verbündete im Spektakel der Mörder, Drogen Geschäfte und dem Terrorismus. Selten wurde Einer verurteilt wie nun: Xhemshit Krasniqi
siehe UN Berichte aus 2003 und wegen den NATO Verbrechen dauert das dann über 13 Jahre.UNMIK Forensic Report Organ Trafficking Kosovo und
09 Aug 16
Kosovo Ex-Guerrilla Jailed for Wartime Torture
EU rule-of-law mission judges sentenced former Kosovo Liberation Army fighter Xhemshit Krasniqi to eight years in jail for the abuse and torture of civilians in detention camps in Kosovo and Albania.
|Xhemshit Krasniqi. Photo: Facebook|
The panel of international judges at the Basic Court in Mitrovica on Monday found Xhemshit Krasniqi, a former member of Kosovo Liberation Army, KLA, guilty of war crimes against civilians and “unauthorised ownership, control and possession or use of weapons”.
According to the ruling, Krasniqi was responsible for the “arrest, illegal detention, violation of bodily integrity and health and torture of several witnesses and unknown civilians in the KLA camps in towns of Kukes and Cahan (Albania), as well as in town of Prizren (Kosovo) during 1999”.
The verdict said he committed his crimes in collaboration with other KLA members.
Krasniqi was sentenced to eight years in prison and told to pay a fine of 1,500 euros.
His detention on remand was extended until the verdict becomes final, as both parties have the right to appeal.
Krasniqi was arrested in October in his hometown of Prizren in southern Kosovo during a police operation staged by the EU-rule-of law mission, EULEX.
During the NATO bombing of the former Yugoslavia, from March to June 1999, the KLA, then fighting the Serbian police and military, had a base in the Albanian town of Kukes, from where they launched guerrilla operations across the border in Kosovo.
These prisons held Kosovo Albanians suspected of collaboration, Serbs and Roma. Some detainees were tortured and it is also believed that some were killed.
The Serbian association of missing persons says some 500 Kosovo Serbs are still listed as missing.
A Council of Europe report from 2011 said KLA fighters used a former metal factory in Kukes and converted it into a multi-purpose facility, including at least two ‘cellblocks’ to house detainees…..