Thaci to appear before the Specialist Court in Hague again because of indictment for 100 murders
After being interviewed for several hours on Monday, July 13, Thaci said that he was listening to technical questions the whole time, put to him by representatives of the prosecution and his legal representative
The president of self-proclaimed Kosovo, Hashim Thaci, will be questioned today in the prosecutor's office of the Specialist Chambers in The Hague because of accusations that he participated in the murder of about 100 Serbs, Albanians, Roma and political opponents as a former commander of the terrorist KLA ("Kosovo Liberation Army").
Yesterday, on the second day of the hearing, Thaci stayed in the court building for six hours, but did not make statements to the gathered journalists after leaving.
After being interviewed for several hours on Monday, July 13, Thaci said that the whole time he was listening to technical questions put to him by representatives of the prosecution and his legal representative.
At the end of June, the specialist prosecutor's office for KLA war crimes court submitted a draft indictment to the chamber of this tribunal, accusing the former commander of the terrorist KLA Hashim Thaci and his secret police chief Kadri Veseli of killing 100 people, as well as other crimes.
In December 2011, Swiss Senator Dick Marty published a report of the Council of Europe, which listed several former leaders of the terrorist KLA as involved in war crimes.
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