Greek Former FM Says Diplomats Giving Illegal Visas to Unaccompanied Children
Former Foreign Minister of Greece Nikos Kotzias revealed on Tuesday that he has referred to the prosecutor charges that Greek diplomats were allegedly involved in issuing illegal visas to unaccompanied children. During an interview with the Union of Newspaper Reporters, Kotzias revealed there are 93 cases involving diplomats illegally issuing visas to unaccompanied migrant minors.
“The ninety-three cases I sent to the prosecutor for violation of the criminal code, and and the fact that some diplomats went to prison because they were giving visas to unaccompanied children is nothing? Do you know what visas to unaccompanied children means? It means organ trafficking. Only the fact that I saved some lives will (allow me to) sleep in peace,” the former foreign minister stated.
Kotzia: Diplomats were giving visas to unaccompanied means of organ trafficking
"I sent some diplomats to the prosecutor who arrived in prison for giving visas to unaccompanied children, which means organ trafficking," he said, among other things, the resignation minister in a speech.
Shocks are caused by former foreign Minister Nicos Kotzia's revelations that he sent the prosecutor cases of Greek diplomats allegedly involved in an illegal visa-issuing circuit for unaccompanied children.
That's because, as he explained during an interview at ESIEA's offices, visas to unaccompanied children means organ trafficking. Nikos Cotzias made a speech about 93 such cases and diplomats who ended up in prison.
"I don't agree that we did nothing," said the resigning Foreign minister. "And 93 cases I sent to the prosecutor for violation of the penal rule and some diplomats who arrived in prison for giving visas to unaccompanied children? Do you know what visas mean to unaccompanied children? It means organ trafficking. And only that I saved some souls I will sleep quietly when my life is over, "the former foreign minister said.
Clintons Associated With Child Traffickers
Hillary Clinton Intervened Politically on Behalf of Laura Silsby
Laura Silsby is the former director of The New Life Children’s Refuge. Emails from her organization can be found in Wikileaks’ Hillary Clinton Email Archive discussing the NGO before her arrest. Silsby’s organization also appears in Clinton’s emails, soliciting donations for their “ministry.” The Refuge was founded by Silsby and Charisa Coulter, both attendees of the Central Valley Baptist Church in Meridian, Idaho. Silsby was reported to have a history of bad debts and unpaid wages.
Laura had claimed she planned to build an orphanage in the Dominican Republic, but a State Department diplomatic cable revealed that authorities in the country said she never submitted an application for this purpose. They instead located to Haiti.
The Harvard Human Rights Journal stated that one of Bill Clinton's first acts as special envoy for the United Nations in Haiti "was to put out the fire of a child abduction scandal involving American citizens." On February 7th, 2010, The Sunday Times reported that Bill Clinton had intervened to strike a deal with the Haitian government, securing the release of all co-conspirators except for Silsby.
On February 11th, the New York Times reported that Silsby's original lawyer, Jorge Puello, was suspected of leading an international human trafficking ring involving women and minors. According the the Harvard Human Rights Journal Puello was ultimately arrested in an investigation being lead by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) in connection with the ring.
Clinton Employee Who Exposed Child Trafficking Found Dead – Media Silent
A former Hillary Clinton employee who worked in exposing child trafficking in Cambodia was found dead after going missing on Monday.
The body belonging to State Department employee Kurt Smolek was pulled from the Potomac River on Wednesday, in a death that’s being treated as suspect by police.
Harvard Human Rights Journal
Three weeks after the Haitian earthquake, authorities arrested a group of Idaho
missionaries for attempting to cross the border into the Dominican Republic
with 33 children, without papers or proper authorization. The missionaries
claimed they had the good intentions to set up an orphanage, but
investigations showed that none of the children were orphans and that the
missionaries may have been attempting to smuggle the children out of Haiti
to be adopted internationally. Despite evidence of association with child
traffickers, the Haitian justice system—prodded in part by President Clinton’s
diplomatic efforts on behalf of the missionaries —determined that
none of the missionaries were guilty of illegal activities, except the leader
Laura Silsby, who faced a lesser charge of organizing illegal travel.