Former Kosovo PM and KLA commander Ramush Haradinaj has been for the second time acquitted by the Hague International Criminal Tribunal on all counts for war crimes during the 1998-9 Kosovo war.
Ramush Haradinaj was voted Kosovo PM 2004, but served only 100 days before indicted by the Criminal Tribunal....
...as usual or The Hague' good habit: to sentence the only one side of
the Kosovo' conflict. A for the other side....KLA commander Ramush Haradinaj this time. Sentenced? What for? Look at the labours of this Hercules: (1) 300 civilians (at least) killed in 1998-1999
(2)intimidated witnesses, some of them were killed, including the key
ones-Jaydin Musta and Sadrik Murichi, both had the status of "special
witnesses" of The Hague and were under the Hague' protection, btw.
(The other witnesses-imho taking into account the quality of Hague "protection"-changed their evidences or refused attending The Court)
Are all the above "labours" the crimes? Sure not. Acquited. Long life,
Ramush Haradinaj! Congrats, The Hague!
So nobody ethnic cleansed n killed all those Serbs in Croatia? Nobody killed all those Serbs in kosovO? Maybe they did mass-suicide and nobody is to blame!?
Why were Tudjman and Izetbegovich never indicted while they were alive!? Izetbegovic btw was a convicted ww2 NAZI war criminal, not to mention he wrote a fundamentalist islamic book...and that guy was the ideal candidate to run Bosnia according to the west?..
Why is it whenever someone commits huge crimes against Serbs, they are always found not-guilty? Something to do that it's a NATO-kangaroo court?
Why is that this year n the year before that, and counting down to NATO's invasion, that the "authorities" (uck mafia) never find suspects that attacks Serbs, or if they do, they always release them?
Is this the "moral" west? Why does Serbia even bother trying to join the EU that continually spits them in the face? Because the EU doesn't ask countries to join, they bully them until they do...
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