How to Protect Witnesses Who Are Seen by Public and Police as Traitors?

The new trial of Saša Cvjetan before the Belgrade District Court is the first for war crimes in Kosovo in which ethnic Albanians have testified in a Serbian court.  But, as in the case of a military trial of a Yugoslav Army captain and two privates for the murder of two Kosovo Albanians, the victims remained mostly unidentified.  Prosecutors here obviously do not see themselves as representing the victims and do not go to the trouble of establishing their names.  This, sadly, indicates that the names of Albanian victims do not matter to us in Serbia.


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Romi u Srbiji

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