KLA members suspected of 1998 war crime

Belgrade war crimes prosecution believes KLA’s Orahovac group is responsible for the 1998 deaths of 25 Serbs in Kosovo.

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  1. Animals! May they face a very,very long prison sentence. Anyone who was in the OVK or supported it is a terrorist and should be treated as such.
    (Andrija, 19 January 2007 22:36)

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  2. «The victims were forced out of their homes, subjected to beatings, stripped of their belongings, including their money and jewellery. The men were then separated from the women and taken to Volujak, where they were further abused and in the end executed. »

    I see that the KLA did to the Serbs what they did to 10 000 Albanian civilians duringvthe war. In Cuska, 43 men were killed by Serbian soldiers and burned in barnes!

    The Serbs should have known this and behaved accordinngly during the war.

    What goes around, comes around!
    (Victor, 20 January 2007 14:56)

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  3. Actually, Victor, you again get the timing wrong. This incident happened in 1998, so before the NATO war.

    This is what the Albanians were doing, were starting, before NATO bombed.

    The wanted to terrorize and cleanse Serbs out of Kosovo. They greedily want Kosovo all for themselves.

    They were the first to draw blood and start the violence.

    I think it is telling how you are always excusing and promoting violence against Serb civilians. You are a Serb hater it is clear. And it appears the French newspapers only want to show bad things about Serbs.

    Didn't the French commit a lot of atrocities and mass rape in Algeria?
    (ida, 20 January 2007 18:13)

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  4. Ida,

    I remember well the Serb exactions in Kosovo prior to 1998. Have you already forgotten?
    (Victor, 20 January 2007 19:47)

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