The portal reports that after Ramush Haradinaj’s interview at the Specialist Chambers in Hague, Serbian media started propagating that his invitation is related to the “Yellow House.”
However, former U.S. Ambassador to Kosovo Tracey Jacobson had said in February of 2015 that the Court will not be dealing with more than 10 cases.
“This court will remove the dark stains attributed to KLA and will in no case deal with judging the glorious war of the KLA. There are no more than 10 cases,” Jacobson had said at that time.
The U.S. investigator Clint Williamson made a similar statement. “This Court will deal with at least 10 cases suspected for war crimes,” Deutsche Welle quotes him as saying on 24 November 2017.
An international source who preferred to remain anonymous told Gazeta Express on 2 March 2015 that Kosovo leaders are aware that over 100 people will be treated.
“It never happened to have 10 people for ten cases. In fact, over 100 people will be facing the court,” said the source.
However, it was never specified precisely which are these 10 cases that the Specialist Chambers will be dealing with, notes Gazeta Express.
There was a lot of reporting that the Court will be dealing with the allegations of the Swiss prosecutor Dick Marty, about suspicions on organ trafficking, however this was never confirmed by the Special Court.