The Specialist Prosecutor’s Office has published the indictment against Salih Mustafa, the first former Kosovo Liberation Army member detained and transferred to The Hague.
The prosecutors have charged unit commander Salih Mustafa with war crimes for alleged arbitrary detention, cruel treatment, and torture of six people, and for his responsibility in the murder of one person, who was found dead in a detention compound, according to the indictment published on Thursday.
The alleged crimes were committed during April 1999, when Mustafa and other “KLA soldiers, police, and guards shared a common purpose to interrogate and mistreat detainees at the Zllash Detention Compound.”
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