Limaj released from detention

A Kosovo court has released ten former Kosovo Liberation Army, KLA, fighters in the Klecka Case, after the diaries of the deceased witness Agim Zogaj were ruled inadmissible.

“The judges determined that the prosecution failed to meet certain procedural standards, and therefore the evidence of Agim Zogaj was not admissible,” reads the EULEX statement about the Klecka Case after the decision was signed by two of its judges and a Kosovo judge.

Presiding Judge Jonathan Welford-Carrol in his ruling said that the prosecution could not build a case with only one witness, who when he testified was a suspect in the case.

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