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EULEX: No one under investigation for organ trafficking yet

03. March 2011. | 09:15

Source: Tanjug

EULEX spokeswoman Irina Gudeljevic said that no one was currently under investigation regarding Dick Marty's report.

EULEX spokeswoman Irina Gudeljevic said that no one was currently under investigation regarding Dick Marty's report.

Several weeks ago, EULEX started a preliminary probe concerning Marty's claims and its goal is to determine whether there is enough evidence for an official inquiry, Gudeljevic explained.

In an earlier statement, she said that EULEX took Marty's allegations very seriously.

EULEX has the capacity, expertise, location and authority to conduct a court investigation, and it is willing and able to assume that responsibility, she asserted.

The preliminary investigation is the first technical step in that direction, according to Gudeljevic. The EU mission has called on all those who have any proof of organ trafficking, including Marty, to present that evidence.

EULEX understands the concern about witness protection, but places complete confidence in its witness protection unit, Gudeljevic stressed, adding that they had proved capable of dealing with highly sensitive cases.

As a rule of law mission, EULEX acts based on fact and evidence, which means there can be no criminal trial without evidence, and as soon as such information surfaces, EULEX prosecutors will be ready to act, she pointed out.


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