Clinton Foundation ties to Albanian human organ and drug trafficker exposed in State Dept. emails: U.S. backed Albanian P.M. of Kosovo Hashim Thaci

Adara Press

  • “Is Thaci still embroiled in organ harvesting issues and is that of consequence?” Desai asked in the email, which the State Department recently released to Citizens United.

“Vice News reported in 2014 that an American diplomat who was appointed in 2011 by the European Union to investigate the claims, found that the KLA murdered 10 Serbian and Albanian prisoners and sold their kidneys and livers on the black market.

thaci_civilian_w_soldiers-kla-kosovo-uck-guardianVice also reported that Thaci was known in his KLA days as “The Snake.”

Despite awareness of the gruesome allegations against Thaci, the Clinton State Department appears to have approved him to attend the 2011 CGI conclave. He also attended in 2012 and 2013.”


“In 1999 Kosovo Albanians put over 300 hostages in trucks and transported them across the border to Northern Albania, where their organs were taken out and sold.”

Carla Del Ponte, former Chief Prosecutor, ICTY

“On Feb…

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Historical Conversations, 2017-2018

Historical conversations

This free public programme of talks, interviews and panel discussions (organised by Dr Catriona Macdonald, Scottish History and Dr Stephen Mullen, History, University of Glasgow) hosted in the Kelvin Hall in academic term 2017-18 (in partnership with The Centre for Scottish and Celtic Studies, The Hunterian, UofG Library, Archives and Special Collections) explores the remarkable transformation of Scottish history over the course of the last fifty years; the current challenges faced by the discipline; and leading practitioners’ hopes for the future. The range of speakers in the programme lends this initiative authority and remarkable range: there’s something here for all lovers of Scottish history, and an opportunity to get to know a little better the writers behind the books that have shaped how we understand our past. Indeed, all events will be recorded and hosted online by the University library, establishing a fantastic resource for scholars in the future.


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Historical Conversations, 2017-2018