BELGRADE -- Deputy War Crime Prosecutor Bruno Vekarić says the arrest of Sabit Geci in Pritina yesterday is the result of excellent cooperation with EULEX.
Vekarić clarified that the ethnic Albanian was indicted in the case of human organ trafficking, the so-called Yellow House case, and for the crimes committed in the Drenica region.
EULEX police arrested the former member of the so-called Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) on Thursday.
According to a statement, the arrest was carried out at the order issued by the Office of the Special Prosecutor in Kosovo on suspicion of his involvement in the war crimes allegedly committed between April and June 1999, a brief statement released by EULEX in Pristina read.
According to media reports, Geci was arrested after an investigation carried out into priso[n]er camps in Albania, where Serbs and other non-Albanians were in 1999 held hostage, tortured and murdered.
An article about this and more corruption allegations (by a Dutch prosecuter) in the Kosovo government appears in today's edition of the Dutch newspaper "De Volkskrant."