And here is how professional bigots of New York Times
presented the event. As expected, they downplayed the
shocking atrocities of their favorite
Islamist terrorists - the KLA criminals.
The text of the report is presented here in its entirety.
KLECKA, Yugoslavia - Serbian police yesterday displayed
human bones and a brick oven that they said was used to burn
Serbian civilians executed by the Kosovo Liberation Army.
Police seized the KLA based earlier in the week and were
anxious to prove atrocities had been carried out.
They brought an investigative judge from the capital to
interrogate an Albanian prisoner in
front of television cameras.
The trip was arranged by the pro-government Media Center in
Pristina after a Yugoslav army official had mentioned the
existence of a mass grave a day earlier.
No evidence of a mass grave was found. [See note #1]
But the other evidence -- if proven through international
forensics testing -- could be damning for ethnic Albanian
guerrillas fighting for independence from Serbian rule.
European and U.S. officials have accused Serbian authorities --
but NOT the KLA -- of engaging in summary executions and
wanton killings of civilians.
Serbian officials were outraged several weeks ago when
Western reporters wrote about evidence of a mass grave
of forty Albanians in a garbage dump near Klecka. [See note #2]
Yesterday, charred bones and skulls were displayed on
a white sheet on the top of a barren mountain in central Kosovo.
"They were tortured and executed," said Serbian Police Col
Bozidar Filic pointing to the bones. Col. Filic accused the
rebels of killing 22 persons.
Inside the huge brick oven, normally used to bake bread,
more bones were laid out.
The bones were next to a large bunker stinking of human
excrement that Serbian officials said was used as a prison
for some of the 80 Serbs reportedly kidnapped in Kosovo from
cars, buses and villages.
Near the bunker, an Albanian prisoner
told reporters he had helped kill 10 Serbian civilians -- including
two children --
three weeks earlier.
The Albanian prisoner, Bekim Mazreku, was produced for
journalists and questioned by a Serbian judge at the scene.
Mr. Mazreku said that ten prisoners had been killed, including
two children, three women and two young men.
"We put 10 of them over and shot at them from this side --
behind us," said the prisoner under questioning from the
"We all shot at the same time," he said...
Note #1: Of course mass grave was not found! It was a crematorium. Was that
not the point?