Over 1,000 Serbs killed in Kosovo since end of war

Posted on December 18, 2012 by

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More than 1,000 Serbs have been murdered in Kosovo since June 1999 – when the war ended and international forces were deployed in the province.

n Search of Serb civilians killed by UCK (July 1999), Metropolitan Amfilohije of Montenegro And his monks recovered dozens of bodies of Serb civilians with the assistance of Italian KFOR Perpertrators of these gruesome massacres have never been found because investigation has never been done by UN and KFOR authorities

Immediately after the KFOR arrival KLA committed many crimes against Serb civilians

 

Immediately after NATO deployed its forces in the province in June 1999, 14 Serb harvesters were killed in their fields in Staro Gracko. Their killers were never found, while ethnic Albanian Milazim Bitiqi was arrested, and set free six months later for alleged lack of evidence.

In May 2000, 4-year-old Miki Petrović, 60-year-old Vojin Vasić and 45-year-old Tihomir Simijonović were killed, while Petko Vasić and Zoran Stolić were seriously wounded in Cernica. Several others were also injured when their neighbor, an ethnic Albanian, attacked them with an automatic rifle as they were sitting in front of a local store. No one was held responsible for that crime.

In 2010, the EU mission in Kosovo, EULEX, dropped its investigation into the 2003 murder of two Serb teenagers in the enclave of Goraždevac. Four other children were also wounded when unknown perpetrators opened fire on them.

On 13 August 2003, six ethnic Serb children were shot in the town of Goraždevac in Kosovo. The attack resulted in the deaths of two of the children.Goraždevac is surrounded by Albanian settlements, making it a Serb enclave, and thus under 24-hour protection from KFOR.

On 13 August 2003, six ethnic Serb children were shot in the town of Goraždevac in Kosovo. The attack resulted in the deaths of two of the children.
Goraždevac is surrounded by Albanian settlements, making it a Serb enclave, and thus under 24-hour protection from KFOR.

 

In the second-degree procedure against Florim Ejupi, EULEX decided to set the defendant free for lack of evidence.

Ejupi was previously found guilty and sentenced to 40 years in prison by the UN mission in Kosovo, UNMIK.

The ethnic Albanian was the only suspect held and put on trial in the case.

He was accused of planting a bomb on a road near the town of Podujevo in 2001, to activate it as a Niš Express bus was driving by.

The attack resulted in the deaths of 12 Serb passengers.

The view of the attacked bus, February 2001

The view of the attacked bus, February 2001

 

Kosovo – KLA Terrorists Destroy Serbian Civilian Bus – February 16th 2001

 

Source : BETA

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