US Mafia Clan Gambino Boss in Albania and Europa: Daut Kadriovski - “Maestro Daut”Macedonian Albanian Daut Kadriovski, 52, stands in a police station in Tirana after he was arrested by local police in cooperation with Interpol on drug trafficking charges, September 4, 2001. Kadriovski, wanted in 12 European countries, had been living in Albania for six years. REUTERS/Gent ShkullakuK. Daut was unmasked by the English secret service, because he is now with the help of the then operating criminal Albanian secret service (under the direction of the CIA), a new passport with the name of Mehmet Hajdini and had received a facial surgery no longer had to recognize. He was in his illegally-built hotels in the criminal stronghold “Golem” at the CIA base and NATO base Communication Zone West (General information). Communication Zone West, COMMZ (W) south of Durres arrested.
ALBANIAN MUSLIM MAFIA RUNS INTERNATIONAL STOLEN CAR RACKET THAT FUNDS TERRORISM OUT OF NY & NJ DOCKS TO DUBAI UAE FOR RESALE.
Muslim Albanian gangs, are replacing the Italian mafia as the organized crime outfit in the US, shipping stolen cars from the docks of NY to Dubai UAE in support of terrorism, run by Daut Kadriovski (photo) Daut Kadriovski aka Mehmed Haidini the reputed boss of one of the 15 Families, embodies the tenacity of the top Kosovar drug traffickers. A Yugoslav Interior Ministry report identifies him as one of Europe’s biggest heroin dealers, and Nicovic calls him a “major financial resource for the KLA.” Through his family links, Nicovic says, Kadriovski smuggled more than 100 kilos of heroin into New York and Philadelphia, in 1993 he headed for the United States (New York City), where it’s believed he continues to operate. Daut Kadriovski’s contacts include Albanians living in the Bronx, they had been coordinating their plans from such social hangouts as the Besa, Two Star and Gurra cafes, and across New Jersey, he is wanted in 12 European countries. See FBI Report here on Albanian Mafia or Albanian Organized Crime (AOC).“Group members have specific, well defined tasks… Although they co-operate with other groups, they mistrust non-Albanians. They are known to be violent, apply counter surveillance, frequently change cars and maintain contacts through dozens of mobile telephones with prepaid cards,” declares Europol report and then, once again, implicates these Muslim Albanian Mafia groups into funding politics: “The proceeds from their criminal activities are used in the Member State where they operate or sent to Albania and Kosovo.” According to the head of the UN Office on Drugs and Crime, Antonio Costa, Colombian drug dealers are setting up cocaine supply bases in Albania and the Balkans to penetrate into Europe. According to Nicovic “Through the Albanian port of Durres, Colombian and other South American cartels deliver cocaine for further transport to Western Europe.” At Durres Port, we once again see the suspicious convergence of Albanian Muslim Mafia and the al-Qaeda, both involved in legal (used car racket) and illegal dealings and both aiming at a same thing: detaching Kosovo from Serbia and internationally legitimizing it as Muslim.The Albanian Mafia rule in New York City is so well known and wide open that the recent “Grand Theft Auto IV” and Grand Theft Auto WIKI games are patterned on their violence….the Albanian mob appears as the main antagonist, shipping stolen cars back to Europe without Petrovic’s permission, retrieved from “http://gta.wikia.com/wiki/Albanians“In Italy, Albanian organized crime gangs appear to control the car trafficking market. One method they employ is to deliberately drive into a car and then when the driver stops to assess the damage to his vehicle, they take the car by force. The cars are then exported to Tirana. A car stolen in central Italy in the morning can be in Albania with its new owner that same evening, Interpol Report.“The vehicles are not only stolen for their own sake; sometimes they are trafficked to finance other crimes,” according to the international police organization Interpol. Europol’s report describes Europe’s stolen-car industry as a complex network of professionals that includes car thieves, technicians, mechanics, document forgers, drivers, and unscrupulous car dealers. These thieves have learned how to disable immobilizers, locate and eliminate tracking devices, and alter VIN numbers, then shipping the vehicles to Dubai UAE for resale.According to a CNN report the FBI “Officials said ethnic Albanians (MUSLIMS) from Kosovo, Macedonia and Montenegro” make up the emerging American criminal cartel and “represent a major challenge to federal agents because of their propensity for violence and brutality.” This statement comes several months after Amnesty International declared NATO-administered Kosovo province a hotbed of Albanian organized crime activity (AOC). Of the Fort Dix Six New Jersey Terror suspects it is now known that of the six suspects, three were in the US illegally. One was Jordanian, another Turkish, and four were Albanians. But not just any Albanians – ethnic Albanians from Kosovo, commonly referred to as “Kosovars”. The suspects include three ethnic Albanian brothers who entered the United States illegally, part of a family that has lived for years in Cherry Hill, N.J., where they attended public schools and ran a roofing business and a pizzeria. They were joined by a brother-in-law, who was born in Jordan and is a United States citizen, and two other legal United states residents: an ethnic Albanian from the former Yugoslavia (Kosova), and a Turk who lived in Philadelphia, all Muslims. When Elvis and Dritan Duka, two of the three brothers arrested on terrorism charges in Fort Dix, were kids, they were neighborhood bullies. When they got a little older, they became drug dealers. The 3 Albanian “Duka” brothers of the Fort Dix Six NJ terror plot were low level drug dealers, possibly linked to the Albanian Muslim Mafia in New Jersey see Fox News video hereIn Europe, the Albanian Mob is already the chief perpetrator of drug and people smuggling, stolen car export racket, passport theft and forgery, weapons and human body parts sales, sex-slavery, abductions, murders… The scope, ferocity and intensity of the Albanian criminal activity has prompted the Italian top prosecutor, Cataldo Motta, to declare Albanians the most dangerous mobsters brandishing them “a threat to Western society.” The direct links with Al-Qaeda terrorists have not been revealed yet, but the FBI believes that the emerging Muslim Albanian Mafia in the US may be implicated in terrorist financing hence FBIs continuing surveillance “to see whether the militant Muslims in the emerging organized crime world demonstrate ties to organizations suspected of involvement in terrorist financing”. The main assassins for the Gambino crime family were ethnic Albanians. Gambino’s Sammy Bull Brovano’s go-to “clipper”, for example, was an ethnic Albanian, Zef Mustafa, whose notoriety for murder and racket was exceeded only by his love of alcohol: was let out on a $5 million bond and has since disappeared from the US. The most prominent Albanian criminal is Daut Kadriovski, a drug kingpin that managed to escape German prison in 1993, and is believed to be in the US where sources say he is operating through several types of businesses in New York and Philadelphia.Albanian Mafia and al-Qaeda The Twaik Group and Rawasin Media Productions, both based in Riyadh, the Saudi capital, have served as fronts for the Saudi General Intelligence Directorate, according to an inquiry by Germany’s foreign intelligence service, the BND, Twaik, a $100 million-a-year conglomerate, has diverse holdings inside and outside Saudi Arabia. Twaik deposited more than $250,000 in bank accounts controlled by Mamoun Darkazanli, a Syrian-born Hamburg businessman and longtime Al Qaeda associate with close ties to the Sept. 11 hijackers during their years in the northern port city of Hamburg. Abdulrahman Al-Fahhad, then the Twaik executive responsible for the company’s rental-car operations in the Balkans, acknowledged hiring Darkazanli in 1995 to supply cars from Germany for Twaik’s branch office in Albania. The money, Al-Fahhad said, had been for Darkazanli’s use in purchasing those cars. Al-Fahhad also acknowledged hiring Seyam to manage Twaik’s rental-car office in nearby Bosnia-Herzegovina…..The chief Albanian Imam in Kosovo has been schooled in the Wahabi doctrine in Saudi Arabia and is of vital political importance to the party of the Kosovo President Ibrahim Rugova. Wahabism is the chief spiritual source of the al-Qaeda terrorists. More distressing for the West is the existing Albanian criminal infrastructure that has been exported out of Kosovo into Europe, and given clan connections, has infiltrated the US. More ominously still, an al-Qaeda operative, Djamel Beghala, was arrested in Dubai after the customs agent recognized one of these Albanian mafia’s manufactured false passports.……………..http://www.billwarnerpi.comFBI: Albanian mobsters ‘new Mafia’http://www.cnn.com/2004/LAW/08/18/albanians.mob/Hunt for ‘terrorism nexus’ changes how FBI handles crimeBy Toni Locy, USA TODAYWASHINGTON — In the post-Sept. 11 FBI, crime-fighting is focusing less on former staples such as bank robbery, the new head of the FBI’s criminal division said Wednesday.Instead, agents are consumed by terrorist threats.http://www.usatoday.com/news/nation/2004-08-18-fbi-focus_x.The New Islamic MafiaYossef Bodansky, director of the House Task Force on Terrorism and Unconventional Warfare, believes that Albanian Mob itself will not commit acts of terrorism but that their criminal infrastructure will aid al-Qaeda. “The role of the Albanian Mafia, which is tightly connected to the KLA, is laundering money, providing technology, safe houses, and other support to terrorists within this country,” Bodansky explained to The New American. “This isn’t to say that the Albanians themselves would carry out the actual terrorist operations. But there are undoubtedly ‘sleeper’ agents within the Albanian networks, and they can rely upon those networks to provide them with support. In any case, a serious investigation of the Albanian mob isn’t going to happen, because they’re ‘our boys’ – they’re protected.”In fact, in 2002 the government of Macedonia submitted to the CIA a 79-page report on al-Qaeda-Albanian activity in the Balkans, …………http://www.serbianna.com/columns/mb/028.shtmlAccording to Nicovic, Kadriovski reportedly funneled money to the KLA from New York through a leading Kosovar businessman and declared KLA contributor. “Kadriovski feels more secure with his KLA friends in power,” Nicovic says.http://www.balkanpeace.org/cib/kam/kosd/kosd02.shtml
Shopping center of the Albanian US Mafia in Durres
FBI Weighs in on Balkan Organised Crime21/11/2003
An FBI statement before a US Senate Committee in October assessed the organised crime situation in the Balkans…………..Albanian organised crime has reached the United States, creating partnerships with the Gambino, Genovese, and Luchese families to facilitate specific crimes.……………….Setimes
Dick Martys Bericht an den Europarat
Committee on Legal Affairs and Human Rights
Inhuman treatment of people and illicit trafficking in human organs in Kosovo*
Der Bericht, belegt deutlich, das damals das Militär Krankenhaus in Tirana, eine besonders wichtige Rolle, bei den kriminellen Operationen der Kosovo Mafia war! Bereits ab 1992, durften Kosovo Albaner, Militär Krankenhäuser in Nord Albanien, wie Tropoje und Kukes benutzen und hatten ab 1998, dann 1 komplettes Stockwerk im Militär Krankenhaus in Tirana, ohne Zugangs Möglichkeiten für Albaner und unter Leitung von Shaip Muja, einem Adviser von Hashim Thaci usw.. Shaip Muja, spielte auch 2010, rund um das illegale Organ Krankenhaus in Phristina: Medicus, die Schlüsselrolle im Gesundheits Ministerium des Hashim Thaci.
“ Muja was the overall “Medical Co-ordinator” for the KLA General Staff, a post in which he oversaw the provision of medical treatment for wounded KLA soldiers, as well as other emergency cases in KLA operational zones. Muja notably made use of the Military Hospital in Tirana, Albania, and administered extensive supplies and equipment acquired by the KLA through foreign donations. During 1998 and 1999, as the official representative of the KLA, supported by elements in the Albanian Army and the Albanian secret services, Muja also administered a diverse array of other infrastructure: at least one helicopter; several well-funded construction projects; and makeshift accommodation arrangements – including private houses and apartments – for KLA commanders, recruits and affiliates who travelled into Albania from overseas, including those en route to Kosovo.”