SCENES OF UTMOST BRUTALITY AGAINST ELDERLY AND WEAK SERBS
Dragoljub Radivojevic (1955) from Kosovo Polje wounded by grenade thrown into his home by Albanians. His house was burned.
Jovan Cirkovic (1933) from K.Polja, during the attack of Albanians on his family home hit by a stone on his head, also wounded later by an explosion of a grenade. HIs house was burned
Nebojsa Djokic (1971) and Milorad Lekic (1954) from Caglavica, wounded by automatic weapons by a group of Albanians who were shooting from the directin of Pristina.
Stana Joksimovic (1934), Stanka Kaliskic (1936, mother) and Gordana Kaliskic (1962, daughter) from Kosovo Polje on Thursday afternoon brutally beaten by sticks and metal bars by a group of Kosovo Albanian men and women in UCK uniforms.
Stana Joksimovic (1934)
Stanka Kaliskic (1936, mother)
Gordana Kaliskic (1962, daughter)
Trifun Stojilovic (1939) from Bresje on Wednesday around 17.00 hrs beaten and wounded by knife by a group of armed Kosovo Albanians. Left half ded with four wounds from the knife.
Zora Dancetovic (1921) from YU program building, paralysed woman wounded during evacuation from her apartment in Pristina.
Serb women Slavka Kaliskic, 70, left, and her daughter Gordana, 42, recover in the hospital of the Serb village of Laplje Selo, some 10 miles from Kosovo’s capital Pristina from wounds they received when attacked by ethnic Albanian mobs, Tuesday, March 23, 2004. The two women, like many Serbs hurt in the violence of last week, say they plan to start a new life outside the province once they recover.