Witnesses to testify in KLA trials relocated around the world

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BELGRADE – Many of the witnesses that will testify in trials of crimes committed by the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) before a special court have already been relocated to countries around the world as part of a witness protection program, and the software containing all the data on the cases to be heard is fully protected and located in Brussels, Belgrade-based Danas daily reported Monday.

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The daily has learnt from diplomatic sources that over 400 people have already given statements regarding KLA crimes and probably around 30 of them will testify in court.

The court, expected to be set up during the year, will consist of international judges and be housed in the former Europol building in The Hague, working under the auspices of the European Union.

The Dutch government said in a release earlier this month that the court “will try serious crimes allegedly committed in 1999-2000 by members of the Kosovo Liberation Army against ethnic minorities and political opponents” and that “convicted persons will not serve their sentences in the Netherlands.”

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  1. It’s coming to primetime TV near you! Some of the world did wake up and realize who the minja truly are? and their cro-cousins in crime afterall.

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