Κυριακή, 30 Μαΐου 2010

Arrested Albanian trafficked Serbian organs, lawman

Serbian War Crimes Prosecutor Vladimir Vukcevic said that the recently arrested Kosovo Albanian Sabit Geci was an organ trafficker and that his arrest is a result of an ongoing investigation into the organized Albanian organ traffic network that, people say, includes high level separatist Albanian authorities that the US and others treat as though allies and diplomats. Vukcevic said that Geci is “a very important figure in the chain of command of the Kosovo Liberation Army [KLA] and secret police”. He also says that Geci is connected with atrocities in a death camp in Kukes, in Albania, where, presumably Albanians, with the deliberate blind eye by the government of Albania, Serbs were tortured and killed. Vukcevic says that Geci is a man connected with the “Yellow House” (pictured below) that is in Albania where the KLA extracted organs out of the Serb victims.

Geci is also, says Vukcevic, connected with Albanian crime network in Drenica, which is the epicenter of the Kosovo Albanian violent takeover of Kosovo. “Our prosecution is charging Geci on two matters. First is the trade in organs and second is atrocities in the [death?] camp in Likovac near Drenica,” says Vukcevic. EULEX arrested Geci and is working closely with the Serbian authorities. Folks on the ground say that the EULEX relations with the Albanian separatist government are deteriorating, but not rapidly. Geci is “the man that is mentioned in many cases of organized crime. We are in constant contact with the EULEX,” said Vukcevic. It is reasonable to further presume that Geci has his foot in with the leadership of the Albanian separatist movement in Kosovo and will probably rat on more higher-ups soon if given enough incentive to do so. “At one point he [Geci] was the chief of the secret service of Kosovo [Albanians],” said Vukcevic. Vukcevic is optimistic that the prosecution is on the “brink of a major discovery in cases related to Kosovo criminal activity”. These discoveries also appear to be perfectly timed in relation to the upcoming UN Court of Justice ruling on Kosovo’s independence which, people expect, will be in Serbia’s favor. A person on the ground tells me that all of this appears to lead to a violent uprising of some sort by the Albanians in Kosovo whether against EULEX, against NATO or against their very own separatists, but, tells me the source, Serbs for sure ought to brace themselves for another wave of victimization.

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