War crimes prosecutor Snezana Stanojkovic says that the prosecution took over 761 cases from Kosovo, KIM radio reports. According to her, the cases are in the appropriate registers and distributed to the processors for further action.
In an interview for Belgrade based daily Politika, Stanojkovic says that the subject of trafficking in human organs, known as the “yellow house” is still active, but that the start of the work is awaited of the Special Court for KLA crimes and its proceeding on this case.
“We should wait for the start of the work of the so-called KLA court and see if some indictments are raised in connection with these events. I would not speak about the witness,” she said.
Speaking about the extension of the investigation conducted by the prosecution against Kosovo Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj, she says that it is not about the events that he was indicted before the Hague Tribunal because of which he was arrested in January last year in Switzerland, reports KIM radio.