WASHINGTON, May 4
Speaking of the KLA, the Washington Times has been reporting for two days in a row - on May 3 and 4 - about the ties of the KLA terrorists and the heroin drug trade which has been being used to finance its activities in Kosovo. With the support and acquiescence of the Clinton administration, as it turns out. And including KLA's ties to Osama bin Laden, a notorious Saudi on whom Clinton has already wasted several dozen U.S. cruise missiles (in Sudan and in Afghanistan), killing innocent civilians in those countries, as he is now doing in Serbia.
Here's an excerpt from the Washington Times May 4 report:
«Some members of the Kosovo Liberation Army, which has financed its war effort through the sale of heroin, were trained in terrorist camps run by international fugitive Osama bin Laden -- who is wanted in the 1998 bombing of two U.S. embassies in Africa that killed 224 persons, including 12 Americans.
The KLA members, embraced by the Clinton administration in NATO's 41-day bombing campaign to bring Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic to the bargaining table, were trained in secret camps in Afghanistan, Bosnia-Herzegovina and elsewhere, according to newly obtained intelligence reports.
The reports also show that the KLA has enlisted Islamic terrorists -- members of the Mujahideen -- as soldiers in its ongoing conflict against Serbia, and that many already have been smuggled into Kosovo to join the fight.
Known to its countrymen as the Ushtria Çlirimatare e Kosoves (UÇK), the KLA has as many as 30,000 members, a number reportedly on the rise as a result of NATO's continuing bombing campaign. The group's leadership, including Agim Ceku, a former Croatian army brigadier general, has rapidly become a political and military force in the Balkans.»
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