From today's Guardian:
Carla Del Ponte, the ex-chief prosecutor for war crimes in former Yugoslavia, has unleashed a storm of recrimination with allegations of a trade in human body parts in Kosovo and Albania after Nato bombed Serbia in 1999.
Del Ponte claims, based on what she describes as credible reports and witnesses, that Kosovan Albanian guerrillas transported hundreds of Serbian prisoners into northern Albania where they were killed, and their organs "harvested" and trafficked out of Tirana airport.
Del Ponte has long complained that the UN authorities in Kosovo blocked her attempts to investigate war crimes by Kosovan Albanians and she says that the authorities in Albania were also unhelpful. The most senior Kosovan Albanian to be tried for war crimes in The Hague, Ramush Haradinaj, a former prime minister of Kosovo and ex-guerrilla commander, was acquitted last week, sparking bitter protests in Serbia.
According to Del Ponte, a local Albanian prosecutor, who visited the house with the UN team, told her: "No Serbs are buried here. But if they did bring Serbs over the border from Kosovo and killed them, they did a good thing."
The neocons, in their determination to destroy the rump Yugoslavia, couldn't get enough of 'Kosovan guerillas' in the late 1990s.
Above you can see pictures of US special envoy Dick Holbrooke and the neocons favourite Frenchman, the 'human rights' crusader Bernard Kouchner fraternising with the charming humanitarians of the KLA.
And let's remind ourselves what neo-conservative US Senator Joe Lieberman (above, top left said about 'Kosovan guerillas' in 1999:
"[The] United States of America and the Kosovo Liberation Army stand for the same human values and principles ... Fighting for the KLA is fighting for human rights and American values."
He must be living on a different planet.