1. There's a report of another Thaci from Klina, an 80-year-old man, who returned, after 17 years, back to Kosovo. He was on the list of missing, and it's been learned that he was living in Belgrade all these years.
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    (ida, 2 May 2016 22:50)

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  2. Yeah of course he's not guilty, that's why he tried to evade capture by trying to escape to Albania the prize idiot.
    (Dr. Who, 2 May 2016 12:43)

    He was in Albania and came back to turn himself in, and not what your bs is saying . I am surprised at Ataman, since I consider him/her as a smart and well educated person, but Serbian idiotic thinking has no limits.
    (the truth, 2 May 2016 21:14)

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  3. Yeah of course he's not guilty, that's why he tried to evade capture by trying to escape to Albania the prize idiot.
    (Dr. Who, 2 May 2016 12:43)

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  4. >>>I'm certain you wouldn't be pleased.
    >>>The point is to rid the system of such
    >>>characters and take power away from politicians and give it to the people.
    >>>Easier said than done.
    >>>(cry me a river, 29 April 2016 20:27)

    In an EU country nearby few weeks ago a gang of hitmen organized by the ruling party PHYSICALLY prevented the opposition's application being accepted for people's vote.

    The application was about a hugely unpopular Sunday closing law, introduced about a year ago. The law that the shops should be closed on Sunday was done in pretension of Christianity, in the reality it was done to favor some of the friends of the ruling party.

    After the scandal with these hitmen broke free (there were cameras), guess what, the ruling party quickly abolished that law.

    Welcome to the zoo called Orbánistan.

    If that's the situation there, just in face of Bruxelles, what can we expect on Balkans?
    Sad.
    (Ataman, 2 May 2016 10:01)

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  5. well said, Paul.
    (American in Nis, 30 April 2016 09:26)

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  6. It would be insightful to have a snapshot of the Thaci family tree to inform the issue.
    (Paul, 29 April 2016 22:53)

    Pretty much every Albanian is related to one another.
    (Navi, 29 April 2016 23:44)

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  7. We can't tell if this guy is his uncle or not? And why would his nickname of "Uncle" have any relationship with Thaci unless at one time Thaci had actually addressed him as "uncle". Obviously there is some sort of relationship there even if he isn't actually Thaci's uncle.

    There is also the complicated nature of relations in a society that is reproducing so fast. In a small community where you have two or three generations having six to ten kids per family, you start have cousins who marry. You simply lose track of who your relations are. Two who marry in a community like that will have from twelve to twenty uncles even if they are not first cousins.

    It would be insightful to have a snapshot of the Thaci family tree to inform the issue.
    (Paul, 29 April 2016 22:53)

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  8. Thank for the clarification. So Syla ist not Thaci's uncle, but a only a 'convicted hitman' and 'former defense minister'. Really funny to read what kind of people making career in the political scene of the multi-ethnic, independent dream mafia state of Kosovo.
    (Comm. Parrisson

    Sadly, such is the case in many Balkan countries. Shall will look into Serbia's elected and appointed leadership?

    I'm certain you wouldn't be pleased. The point is to rid the system of such characters and take power away from politicians and give it to the people.
    Easier said than done.
    (cry me a river, 29 April 2016 20:27)

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  9. "In a statement he gave to media in Kosovo earlier, Syla said he was "not guilty" and would "very soon" prove that the accusations against him are false."

    Very soon indeed. All's he and his nephew got to do is make sure that all the potential witnesses are killed. This Kosova* thing and the Vatican are Lucifer's favorite projects.
    (Johnny Testerash, 29 April 2016 18:09)

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  10. "Read: 'Very soon' the persons who accused him will be eliminated and his friends will arrange his release from custody

    Funny that you should mentioned the person who accused him, because he's a celebrity on his own right.
    Nazim Bllaca, has been a key witness in a number of high profile trials, and a self-professed hit man. A TV program, just a few weeks ago, presented a series of emails between him and the the Serbian prosecutor in Belgrade, Vekaric, in which payments were discussed as well as the fact that he's been working for them since 2001. There were also several phone calls recording played in the same program, in which Bllaca threatened potential victims that unless they paid him millions he would make up charges against them too.
    What will come out it? Who knows. Limaj was charged and faced trials 4 times, in both Hague and Kosova, and all four times the accusations were thrown out in court. You can tie someone in legal proceedings, it's altogether different to prove it in court.
    (Therret Prizreni, 29 April 2016 17:42)

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  11. and is also Thaci's uncle.

    You guys just don't get it. His nick while he was living in Switzerland was "Uncle", and he has no relation to Thaqi at all. But hey, who am I to try and correct the idiots of this world!?
    (the truth, 29 April 2016 16:59)

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  12. "In a statement he gave to media in Kosovo earlier, Syla said he was "not guilty" and would "very soon" prove that the accusations against him are false."

    Read: 'Very soon' the persons who accused him will be eliminated and his friends will arrange his release from custody
    (Just for Clarification, 29 April 2016 16:41)

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  13. Thank for the clarification. So Syla ist not Thaci's uncle, but a only a 'convicted hitman' and 'former defense minister'. Really funny to read what kind of people making career in the political scene of the multi-ethnic, independent dream mafia state of Kosovo.
    (Comm. Parrisson, 29 April 2016 16:38)

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  14. Nope, still not the uncle:
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    (Therret Prizreni, 29 April 2016 15:16)

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