This video says about itself:
15 April 2008
Carla del Ponte, a former prosecutor for the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) in the Hague, now Switzerland’s Ambassador to Argentina, made a sensational announcement. Her autobiographical book “The Hunt” reveals that Serbian men have been kidnapped and their organs were sold to international traffickers.
Translated from NOS TV in the Netherlands:
Hard evidence of KLA war crimes
Tuesday 29 Jul 2014, 11:16 (Update: 29-07-14, 11:26)
Thorough investigation of war crimes by the KLA [Kosovo Liberation Organisation; an Albanian nationalist paramilitary organisation; acronym in Albanian: UCK] in 1999, has found hard evidence of kidnapping, torture and murder by the KLA on its enemies. Chief investigator John Clint Williamson has declared this.
Williamson also found evidence that some prisoners were deprived of their organs, which were probably sold on the black market. However, hard evidence for that is lacking. He did not rule out that there will still be lawsuits because of organ trafficking as better evidence will come to light.
Although Williamson stressed that he has compelling evidence of war crimes, suspects are not charged for the time being. That must wait until a special court will be established to try the suspects. That court will probably be in The Hague.
Also translated from NOS TV today:
In the late 1990s in Kosovo, serious crimes were committed against minorities. Senior people in the KLA were actively involved in this. That was announced by the chief prosecutor of a special investigation team of the European Union.
Possible indictment of senior officials of former Kosovo Liberation Army relate to claims of ethnic cleansing since 1999: here.
A European Union special prosecutor said yesterday that there were “compelling indications” that up to 10 captives were killed for organ harvesting during the 1998-99 Kosovo war: here.
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