Detention facilities in Albania used by KLA members
Detention f a c i l i t i e s i n A l b a n i a u s e d b y K L A m e m b e r s a n d a f f i l i a t e s
for inhuman treatment and illicit trafficking in hum a n o r g a n s
Committee on Legal Affairs and Human Rights
Rapporteur: Dick Marty, Switzerland, ALDE
KLA DETENTIONS IN WARTIME
At these locations, "prisoners of war" were detained,
interrogated and inhumanely treated, up to the end of the
Kosovo war in June 1999 (see section 3.3.1. of Report).
From July 1999 to mid-2000, scores of "disappeared"
persons were held in a separate ad hoc network of
locations. All are presumed to have been killed. A small
number became "victims of organised crime", their
kidneys extracted for use by an international
organ-trafficking ring (see section 3.3.2. of Report).
MOVEMENT OF CAPTIVES
Captives abducted from Kosovo were brought over the
porous border. Gradually smaller numbers were "filtered"
for onward transportation, including by ethnicity and
health condition. Some captives passed through several
"waystations" before being delivered to the end point
Annex to AS/Jur (2010) 46
* All reference to Kosovo, whether to the territory, institutions or population, in this text shall be understood in full compliance
with United Nations Security Council Resolution 1244 and without prejudice to the status of Kosovo.
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