ΑΝ ΠΕΘΑΝΕΙΣ ΠΡΙΝ ΠΕΘΑΝΕΙΣ, ΔΕ ΘΑ ΠΕΘΑΝΕΙΣ ΟΤΑΝ ΠΕΘΑΝΕΙΣ

(ΠΑΡΟΙΜΙΑ ΟΡΘΟΔΟΞΩΝ ΜΟΝΑΧΩΝ)

Παρασκευή, 23 Μαρτίου 2012

The New Martyr Fr. Chariton in Kosovo


Новомученик Харитон 
(Fr. Chariton Lukic killed by Albanian muslim terrorist)

ΓΙΑ ΤΟΝ ΙΔΙΟ, ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΑ
ΔΕΙΤΕ ΚΑΙ ΕΔΩ & ΕΔΩ (ΑΛΛΟΙ ΣΥΓΧΡΟΝΟΙ ΜΑΡΤΥΡΕΣ)


Fr. Chariton Lukic was a monk in the Holy Archangels Christian Orthodox Monastery near old Serbian town of Prizren. He was born on November 21, 1960 in central Serbia and became a monk in Kosovo & Metohija (South Serbia) in 1995. Fr. Chariton was kidnapped by armed persons wearing UCK (KLA) uniforms and insignia on June 16 in the streets of Prizren. In the time of his disappearance the German KFOR troops have already entered Prizren area. Unfortunately they were followed by armed gangs of UCK extremists who have killed and kidnapped a dozen of Serbs in the city during the first days.

The body of Fr. Chariton was found near Prizren on August 8th, 2000. The body was decapitated and severely mutilated. The head of Fr. Chariton has not yet been found.

According to the forensic report the remains of Fr. Hariton was found in an unmarked individual grave in the cemetery of the Albanian village of Tusus near Serbian old city of Prizren. There are many evidences that the body was left in the open air after the murder because only skeleton remains. Several ribs our found broken as well as the left hand. The head and a few vertebrae are missing. The body was found dressed in the clothes displayed on the photo in this clip. 

The sweater is found cut in the front side which might suggest that Fr. Hariton's belly was ripped. The holes around the area of heart are found which also might suggest that he was stabbed by knife. In any case it was a painful death. With his clothes the investigators have found his ID and the praying rope. All evidence and the forensic report have already been handed over to ICTY investigators who will procede with the investigation of this crime, maybe, one day....

More here...
Others New Martyrs here.
Others New Martyrs in Kosovo (1945-2002)

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