EU probes Kosovo PM's alleged illegal organ trade ties

December 16, 2010 06:57

European Union police in Kosovo on Wednesday asked for "hard facts" to back up claims made by an investigator that civilian detainees of the Kosovo Liberation Army were shot to death to sell their kidneys on the black market.

Council of Europe investigator Dick Marty rocked Kosovo with his report released Tuesday that also suggested that Prime Minister, Hashim Thaci, was once the "boss" of a criminal underworld behind the alleged grisly trade.

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