Further, the actual transcripts of Milosevic's trial are available online, so instead of relying upon the commentary you've culled from Andy Wilcoxson's pro-Milosevic propaganda site, let's review the actual exchange between Mr. Nice and General Stevanovic:
1 Q. Now, you tell me, please, what that phrase "No corpse, no crime"
3 A. I think I have explained this during my interview in Belgrade. At
4 that meeting, I don't know precisely which meeting that was but I do have
5 a vague memory, one of the representatives of the security forces, whether
6 it was the military or the civilian security, I don't know, warned against
7 perfidious action by terrorists, namely that they are removing the corpses
8 of their victims and the casualties of anti-terrorist actions only to
9 gather them again later and place them in mass graves in order to blame
10 these mass graves later on Serbian forces.
If you choose to believe that the Serbs emptied mass graves in Kosovo and hid the bodies in Serbia, denying their existence for over two years, because they were trying to stop themselves from being framed, well, knock yourself out - you really can't sink any lower.
what I read is that a lot of the graves were KLA, and resulting from firefights with the Serbs. Secondly, in the case of Izbica, the ICTY for. couldn't find any bodies. The reports were that the Serbs dug up the graves and took them to Serbian. These reports along with the KLA documented the "dead" were more than likely falsified. Granted, there were firefights between Serbs and KLA.....this is not abnormal in a counter-insurgency operation.
However, the witnesses can't be trusted, the KLA can't be trusted and there were Serbian Paramilitary that was really pissed off so they killed people. Especially the ones shooting with real guns. ;).....
Oh, That's good with the testimony......Someone sent me the entire trial transcript to Nov 21......what a file it is....I need to update it and get the ones to date.