First time after the WWII, a German officer gave order to his soldiers to shoot someone outside Germany, in south Serbia, Kosovo and Metohija.
On June 13, 1999, In the center of Prizren (Kosovo), German soldiers shot 220 bullets into 2 Serbs, Zarko Andrijevic and Slavko Veselinovic, that tried to leave the city in the car.
TV cameras recorded this shooting and their deaths.
(You can watch that here: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=209135875916028 )
This happened only 2 days after KFOR troops, with KLA (Kosovo Liberation Army) terrorist groups, entered Kosovo. RTV Serbia broadcasted on the 10th anniversary of NATO bombing the recording of this murder. Recording shows shooting and killing of 2 Serb civilians, while they are trying to leave the city in their "Lada" car.
In June 1999, Serbs in Prizren were under occupation of KLA and KFOR.
Zarko Andrijevic and Slavko Veselinovic Bosanac (Serb refugee from Bosnia) tried to flee the city from KLA terror. They entered their car, and approached the bunker of German KFOR forces, that were surrounded by KLA terrorists that were celebrating KFOR arrival. TV reporter Igor Saljenjevic was in the area, recording the event. German officer first fired a shot in the air. Two Serbs freezed, stopped the car and in panic put in reverse trying to go back.
German officer David Ferk gave the order: "Shoot the enemy!". His soldiers fired 220 bullets, instantly killing Slavko at the spot, while Zarko lived few minutes afterwards. Big pool of blood was spreading from the car.
Employee from the international organization "World Vision" approached to help Zarko, who's last words were: "I AM A SERB, SO I HAVE TO DIE".
In the TV recording is also visible moment where Zarko cries with his last atom of strength: "Don't record me, take me to the hospital".
In Germany, David Ferk was indicted for this war crime, but then released based on defendant's claim that his troops were in danger, and that 2 Serbs had guns with them. Right after the trial, he received Iron Cross of Honor, for what he did.
However, German publicist and expert for Balkans, Jirgen Elzeser, was in June 1999. in Kosovo and is very well familiar with the case of 2 Serbs killed in Prizren. In his book "War crimes - lies and victims of NATO in Kosovo conflict" he described the atmosphere of terror done over Serb population. Elsezer claims in this case, 2 killed Serb civilians where no threat whatsoever to anyone in Kosovo, and that they needed those hand guns for self defense.
Zarko Andrijevic worked as janitor in "Kosovo Vino" in Prizren.
Slavko Veselinovic Bosanac worked as electro-technician in "Elektrodistribucija" in Prizren, Serbia.
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