No evidence, no indictments

Specialist Prosecutor's Office at the Kosovo Specialist Chambers hasn't managed to compile enough evidence to raise indictments,writes Pristina-based daily Zeri

Source: Beta
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  1. What a surprise. Its called the ICJ Tribunal's revolving door of justice; in and out in five minutes. Nothing new here.
    (sj, 22 August 2018 13:37)

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  2. “Within a reasonable time”... LOL
    Like with Milosevic and Seselj?

    Proof these “international “ courts are a joke, lol
    To the victors goes the spoils - lol
    (Watcher, 22 August 2018 15:04)

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  3. "Senior officials in the current Kosovo government are reported to be among the suspects, and in January the ruling party made an abortive attempt to repeal the legislation underpinning the court’s existence.The absence of war crimes charges for KLA atrocities is seen as a deep injustice by most Serbs, and many Kosovans complain that a culture of impunity has been allowed to grow, entrenching organised crime and government unaccountability."
    (bob, 22 August 2018 15:34)

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  4. Easy now, easy.
    There will be indictments. 👍
    (Staff, 22 August 2018 19:27)

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  5. Why doesn't the court convict them without evidence? What's the big deal, we all know they are all guilty, every single one of them Shiptars, for stealing Serbian holy land.
    (Serbian warrior, 22 August 2018 21:32)

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  6. What a surprise. Its called the ICJ Tribunal's revolving door of justice; in and out in five minutes. Nothing new here.
    (sj, 22 August 2018 13:37)

    Funnily enough, for a certain kind of 'heavenly' people, that revolving door remained jammed and enabled the ICJ to reward them accordingly for contribution to inhumanity.
    (Tom L'Orizi, 26 August 2018 02:25)

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