Der Auftrags Killer des Izetbegovic Clans und Mafia boss von Sarajevo: Ismet Bajramovic-„Celo“ starb heute

 
Mafia Boss von Sarajevo: Ismet Bajramovic-„Celo“

Wie es halt so ist im Balkan, wo Mafiöse Clans die Politik übernommen haben und hatten, war natürlich auch Ismet Bajramovic-Celo der frühere Chef der Militär Polizei!

Kurz gesagt: Alles normal.! Er hatte eine Kugel im Kopf, wobei weitere Informationen auch Tage nach seinem Tode nicht vorliegen. Seine Schwester, starb vor kurzem und er soll deshalb debressiv gewesen sein.

Ismet Bajramovic-Celo genannt „Celo“, war der offizielle Mafia Boss von Sarajevo! Eng verflochten und befreundet mit dem Politischen Verbrecher Clans der Izebegovic , wo „Celo“ praktisch auch Auftrags Morde durchführte.

Ismet Bajramovic Celo -Intervju als er mal wieder angeschossen im Krankenhaus lag.

Sarajevo mafia boss found dead

18/12/2008

SARAJEVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) — Mafia boss Ismet Bajramovic-Celo, former commander of the military police, was found dead on Wednesday (December 17th) in his apartment in the Ciglana district of the capital. The circumstances surrounding his death are unclear, but police believe he died from a drug overdose. (Dnevni Avaz, Netpress, NTV Hayat, Glas Sprske – 17/12/0cool

MAFIA-STYLE GANG responsible for killing of deputy minister of internal affairs of Bosnia

Globus, Zagreb, Croatia December 24, 1999

„Globus“ uncovers the results of the investigation on the assassination of the deputy minister of internal affairs of the BH Federation which was conducted by international police (IPTF)
MAFIA-STYLE GANG OF BAJRAMOVIC „CELO“ SUSPECTED OF MURDERING JOZO LEUTAR

By Denis Kuljis and Mark Cigoj
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10/28/99 – An unidentified male and his girlfriend traveled to the regional headquarters of IPTF in Tuzla and asked to speak with someone in charge of investigating the Leutar case. Regional commander Stanislav Frolov and chief of operations Eric Ericson spoke with the subject. They informed the commissioner in Sarajevo who further advised the allied forces regarding the situation. Police monitors Barton and Sigfuson left the same day for Tuzla to conduct an interview. The discussion began at 4:00 p.m. in the office of the deputy regional commander. During the conversation the unidentified person informed IPTF regarding the participants in the murder of Leutar.

He was a former member of that gang and was present at the first meeting when the decision was made to kill Leutar. The subject wanted to withdraw from the gang because of disagreement with Ismet Bajramovic „Celo“. The following persons were listed as being present at the meeting at which the murder was planned: Radzo Mahir, Fikret Kajevic, Nijaz Karkelja „Nisko“, Selver Lekic, Ismet Bajramovic „Celo“, Atko, Aco and Mina. They were offered 100,000 German marks apiece to eliminate Leutar. The meeting was held about the middle of March in the „Estrada“ caffe bar in Sarajevo which is owned by Celo. The subject emphatically claimed that he was not a participant in the crime. He said that Leutar was in possession of information regarding the illegal activities of Bakir Izetbegovic. During the meeting, he claims, Bakir Izetbegovic communicated with Celo by telephone and Celo put the call on speaker phone. Bakir stressed that he needed Leutar to be eliminated.

DEATH BECAUSE OF A CASSETTE?

In the „Introductory Report on Discussions and Meetings with Arman Jasarevic“ which was composed by Charlene Barton and of which „Globus“ possesses a photocopy, it is stated: „The main topic of the first meeting, which was held late in the afternoon on March 2nd or 3rd in the „Estrada“ caffe was the murder of Jozo Leutar. All members of the gang were present at the meeting. Two of Celo’s bodyguards were also present but outside the room where the meeting took place, as was Celo’s secretary and girlfriend, Mina. He told us that Celo advised the gang that they would get 500,000 German marks for the murder of Jozo Leutar. During the meeting, Bakir Izetbegovic telephoned Celo and talked about the murder of Leutar. Celo put Bakir on speaker phone to confirm the amount of money and Bakir Izetbegovic said that he would get 500,000 German marks for the murder. Bakir said: „Get this guy off my dick.“

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Medien-Mafia

Am 25. Mai 1998 veröffentlichte die Wochenzeitschrift Dani in Sarajewo einen Artikel über die lokale Medienmafia unter dem Titel „Bosnias Cosa Nostra“. Das Dossier lieferte Profile der wichtigsten Medien-Mafiosi in Bosnien, Beschreibungen ihres Werdeganges und ihrer Verbindungen zu den politischen Parteien usw. Noch am gleichen Tag bewies der Artikel seine Berechtigung, als die JournalistInnen und Chefredaktor Senad Pecanin offene Drohungen erhielten. Ismet Bajramovic Celo, stadtbekanntester Krimineller und einer der reichsten Männer Sarajewos, erschien gleich persönlich mit Bodyguards im Dani-Büro, um sich mit bewaffneten Drohungen für die Erwähnung im Artikel zu bedanken. Die von verbaler Gewalt und Waffendrohungen eingeschüchterten JournalistInnen reichten Strafklage gegen Bajramovic und seine Bodyguards ein. Das Strafmass: 50 Franken! Sie hätten nur Wasserpistolen benützt.

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Celo

Auf seinem Facebook sind weitere Informtionen und 46 Fotos.

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http://www.facebook.com/pages/Ismet-Bajramovic-Celo/40621722506

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  1. Ex-Bosnian War Commander Found Dead
    Sarajevo | 18 December 2008 |

    Ismet Bajramovic–Celo, a Sarajevo wartime commander and alleged mafia godfather, has been found dead in his apartment.

    Initial evidence indicates he committed suicide by shooting himself in the head with a pistol.

    After hearing the news of his death, a few dozen of his friends and followers gathered around Celo’s apartment building in downtown Sarajevo on Wednesday afternoon and attacked journalists and cameramen who wanted to get closer and film the scene, local media reported on Thursday.

    Journalists were protected by special police forces which were deployed to the scene.

    Celo, 42, had a petty criminal record before Bosnia’s 1992-1995 war. At the very beginning of the conflict he and few other Sarajevo criminals organised their gangs and became almost the only armed and organized defence which protected the Bosnian capital from attack by Bosnian Serb and remnants of the Yugoslav National Army forces.

    During the war, Celo was appointed and served as the commander of the military police of the Bosniak-dominated Bosnian Army.

    Bosnian police has briefly arrested Celo in 2005, acting upon the request of the Serbian authorities and their claims that Celo was responsible for war crimes against Bosnian Serbs.

    In the recent years he was investigated and tried for several serious crime offences but most of those trials were delayed because his poor heart condition.

    According to his friends and lawyer, Celo was depressed because of his worsening medical condition and especially after his sister died a month ago.

    On Wednesday afternoon his brother and a cousin found him dead in his apartment, with a bullet wound to his head. Police officials have said that the investigation and autopsy will be carried out, but they also confirmed that initial evidence suggests suicide.

    http://balkaninsight.com/en/main/news/15653/

  2. Und der Capo, auch für die Albaner Mafia ist: Fahrudin Radoncic, der reichste Mann von Bosnien

    OSLOBODJENJE

    Prosecutors from Bosnia and other Balkan countries are conducting a major, co-ordinated investigation of Albanian mafia groups and their supporters in the region. Among others, they are investigating Fahrudin Radoncic, a Bosnian media mogul who recently founded a political party and will be running for a seat in the country’s tripartite presidency in October general elections.

    http://www.oslobodjenje.ba/index.php

    Radoncic, ein Bosniake, stammt aus der Sandžak-Region. Beruflich begann er in Bosnien als Journalist. Während des Bosnienkrieges war er Pressesprecher der bosnischen Armee.

    Nach dem Krieg gründete er Ende 1995 – mit finanzieller Unterstützung und kontrolliert von der „Stranka Demokratske Akcije“ (SDA) von Alija Izetbegovi, der dominierenden nationalistischen Partei Bosniens – die Dnevni Avaz (Tägliche Stimme), die er zur größten Tageszeitung des Landes machte und deren Herausgeber er bis heute (200 ist.[2] Der Verlag hat seinen Sitz im Avaz Twist Tower, dem höchsten Gebäude des Balkan. Zusätzlich besitzt er auch die einzige Druckerei der bosnischen Hauptstadt, in der auch konkurrierende Zeitungen gedruckt werden, so dass Radon
    i indirekt auch die anderen Medien kontrolliert.[3]

    Heute gilt Radon
    i als reichster Mann seines Landes und wird auch „Bosniens Donald Trump“ genannt. Sein Vermögen wird auf 500 Millionen Euro geschätzt.

    http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fahrudin_Radon%C4%8Di%C4%87

    Interview mit Radoncic

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r7WF12zdbJs

    siehe u.a. eng verbunden mit der Super Mafia aus dem Kosovo, dem Kelmendi Clan

  3. BiH police break up criminal enterprises

    26/10/2010

    Sting operations by Bosnia and Herzegovina police aim to neutralise the country’s biggest organised crime groups.

    By Jusuf Ramdanovic for Southeast European Times in Sarajevo — 26/10/10
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    Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina Police Director Zlatko Miletic. [FBiH police]

    Police in Bosnia and Herzegovina are making inroads against organised crime and a recent sting operation proves it, authorities say.

    Zijad Turkovic, alleged ringleader of one of the country’s biggest gangs, was arrested last month with nine of his cronies. Police in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (FBiH) also located two bodies, believed to be those of Bosnian national Mithad Mekic and his pregnant Bolivian girlfriend, Maria Salas-Cortez, on Mt. Bjelasnica near Sarajevo.

    They are thought to have been murdered by Turkovic’s group.

    The same gangsters are under suspicion in three other murder cases in Sarajevo and Mostar. Along with drug smuggling activities, they are believed to have carried out a string of spectacular robberies, including the theft of 1.3m euros from Sarajevo Airport’s cargo centre in 2007.

    Busting this mob is a „significant achievement, showing the police can tackle the most difficult challenges“, FBiH Police Director Zlatko Miletic told SETimes. He said the investigation is ongoing.

    Organised Crime Department Chief Edit Vranj said the suspects are „unscrupulous and well organised“ and that their reach extends well beyond BiH. He explained the group paid particular attention to establishing strong alibis.
    …………….
    http://www.setimes.com/cocoon/setimes/xhtml/en_GB/features/setimes/features/2010/10/26/feature-02

  4. Nur Geld zählt, woher und wie kriminell interessiert niemanden in den primitivten Kulturen des Balkans.

    Helden Verehrung des Verbrechers, der wie so Viele den merkwürdigen Herztod starb.

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