This is a story that I have seen little information on since it occured on April 17th. I have used both boolean, ATS google search and a manual search
on this forum to see if anyone here had picked up this story and was unable to find reference to it. Like the Oil for Food program the killing of
these Americans seems to be hushed up by the U.N.
The U.N. Brings Trouble to Kosovo
"ON APRIL 17, two American women were killed by a Jordanian in Kosovo. With all media eyes focused on Iraq, little notice has been taken of their
sacrifice, yet Kim Bigley, 47, of Paducah, Ky., and Lynn Williams, 48, of Elmont, N.Y., apparently fell as casualties in the war on terrorism."
A Massacre in Kosovo
"In the days since the first reports of the crime were received, more details have emerged, which make what was already a scandal for the United
Nations in Kosovo even more alarming. First and most disturbing is that the dead assailant, Ali, is being investigated for connections with Hamas, the
Palestinian terror organization. Second is that the same Ali had visited the kingdom of Saudi Arabia, home of the Wahhabi Islamic sect that produced
al Qaeda, only a month before he was sent to Kosovo in March"
Hamas link probed in UN shooting incident
"The incident is so grave and appalling that it really calls into question the mission's integrity and unity," said Alex Anderson of the
International Crisis Group, a Belgian think tank."
Kosovo releases U.N. officers detained in shooting
"Officials are investigating whether the officers helped their commander, Sgt. Maj. Ahmed Mustafa Ibrahim Ali, as he opened fire on the Americans on
April 17. But they could only be detained without formal charges for 15 days under Kosovo law, said Neeraj Singh, a U.N. spokesman."
The U.N.s Kosovo Incompetence
Bujar Bukoshi, a Kosovar Albanian politician, has called for all the Jordanians to leave the province. At present, it might be a good idea to retire
all foreign Muslim police and troops from Kosovo, with the possible exception of the Turks and Malaysians, whose professionalism stands out.
Meanwhile, it's clearly an even better idea for the world to pay closer attention to UN policies in Kosovo as examples not to follow in Iraq.
Corruption on a huge scale and gross incompetence seems to be the rule rather than the exception under Koffe Annans administation of the United
Nations another upcoming scandal many may not know about is Sudans ethnic cleansing while at the same time holding a seat on the U.N. Human Rights
Commission making a further example about Annans do nothing ineffectual running of the U.N.
ATSNN Related Story, Sudan
These are a great example of what my signature says,
"Quis custodiet ipsos custodes" Loosely translated -
"Who Watches the Watchers" or "Who Guards the Guards"
Who is going to clean up the U.N. if that can even be done at this late stage.