Loading...
You are here:  Home  >  'Medicus case'
Latest

Kosovo Convicts Two in Organ-Trading Trial (Balkan Insight)

By   /  25/05/2018  /  International  /  No Comments

The owner of Kosovo’s Medicus clinic and his head anaesthetist were convicted of human trafficking and organised crime after a court found they carried out illegal transplant operations to sell kidneys to patients. Pristina Basic Court on Thursday found Medicus owner Lutfi Dervishi and the clinic’s head anaesthetist Sokol Hajdini guilty of human trafficking and […]

Read More →
Latest

Court gives verdict on ‘Medicus’ case (Koha/Kallxo)

By   /  24/05/2018  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

The Basic Court in Pristina has announced today its decision in the so-called ‘Medicus’ case and found the owner of the clinic Lutfi Dervishi guilty on charges of human trafficking and organised crime. Dervishi was previously convicted on the same charges for his role in the illegal organ transplants that took place in his clinic […]

Read More →
Latest

Kosovo’s Medicus Case: Bad Omen for Rule of Law (Balkan Insight)

By   /  03/05/2018  /  Opinions  /  No Comments

By: Dean B. Pineles Six years of efforts to deliver justice were wasted when the defendants convicted in the Medicus organ-trafficking case were inexplicably sent for retrial, says a judge who served on the original trial panel. On April 17, the European Commission released its lengthy and detailed report on Kosovo for 2018. As a […]

Read More →
  • RSS From Google News

  • Office of the Spokesperson for the UN Secretary-General