Kosovo Vize-Innenminister Fatmir Xhelli und andere prominente Hashim Thaci Partner, arbeiten als Auftrags Killer

 Das Mitglied der Hashim Thaci Todesschwadronen Nazim Blaca,  outet das prominente Politiker und Freunde von Hashim Thaci als Auftrags Mörder arbeiteten um Konkurrenten auszuschalten. Ebenso Auftraggeber, war der amtierende Transport Minister Fatmir Limanaj, der schon beim Kriegs Verbrecher Tribunal ITCY in Den Haag angeklagt war.

Das Hashim Thaci und Ramuz Haradinaj einen eigenen „Geheimdienst“ als Todesschwadron unterhielt ist seit dem Sommer 1998 in allen Details gut bekannt. Nach dem Einzug in den Kosovo, begann geradezu ein Hashim Thaci und sein „Geheimdienst“ erneut gezielt vor allem Rugova* Leute der LDK Partei zu ermorden. Viele Konkurrenten wurden von den Thaci Todesschwadronen im Kosovo und in Albanien ermordet und dies durch Gani Kapiti auch in 2009. Hashim Thaci ist wie bewiesen sogar ein Mann von Bin Laden, was der Albanische Geheimdienst Chef Fatos Klosi in einem Interview in 1998 outete.

Ausführungen der EULEX zum Thema am 7.12.09

Albanian Secret Service Chief Fatos Klosi in 16.5.1999 in der “Albania” durch den Albanischen Geheimdienst Chef Fatos Klosi: KLA (UCK) is financed by Bin Laden

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* Amerikanische Politiker und Hashim Thaci verbreiteten u.a. das Gerücht, Rugova ist ein Mann von Milosevic und ein heute amtierender Minister schrieb genau dieses in der Zeitschrift „Albania“ damals, einen Tag, nachdem er (Ferdiand Yhafferei) in einem Restaurant in Durres mit dem Drogen Schmuggler und US Botschafter Josef Limbrecht gesehen war. Der unten erwähnte (Ferdinand Yhafferi – heute Minister für Kultur und Tourismus) hat enste Verbindungen zu dem Super Verbrecher Halati, Killer und Verbrecher siehe über Haliti im BND Report Kosovo 2005


Joseph Limprecht
Virginia
Foreign Service officer
Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary
Appointment: July 7, 1999
Presentation of Credentials: Sept. 8, 1999
Termination of Mission: Died in northern Albania, May 19, 2002  (in the terrorist camp in peskopje, by sex with a very young lady)

1997 ermordete Hashim Thaci seinen Zimmer Nachbarn Ali Uka, grausam mit einem Schraubenzieher, nachdem Ali Uka, Insider Artikel über die Morde der UCK in Albanien schrieb. Danach floh Hashim Thaci in die Schweiz, wo er Asyl beantragte und tauchte 1998 wieder in Albanien auf. Hierüber gibt es eine Akte der Albanischen Staatsanwaltschaft, welche seit Jahren spurlos verschwunden ist.

 Die Ermordung des Militär Chefs der FARK-UCK Ahmet Krasniqi 1998

Und auf Albanisch die Morde in Albanien durch die Hashim Thaci Truppe!

Hashim Thaci der Anführer brutaler Todes Schwadrone gegen Albaner und Mörder von Ali Uka, Ahmet Krasniqi usw.

Die NATO Websites Setimes bringt de Story, was erstaunlich ist!

 

 

Alleged witness to several killings in Kosovo goes public

30/11/2009

PRISTINA, Kosovo — EULEX and Kosovo police are investigating claims by a man who says he participated in 17 cases of murder, attempted murder, and torture since 1999. Nazim Bllaca says the crimes occurred while he worked at the Kosovo Information Service, an intelligence agency that is believed to be close to the ruling Democratic Party (PDK). He issued a press statement Sunday (November 29th) near the parliament building in Pristina, where several days ago his confessions were mentioned by an opposition lawmaker, who accused PDK officials of „ordering killings and torture“.
Bllaca claimed that several senior state, party and police officials are involved in criminal cases in which he has provided witness testimony. After that parliament session at which the opposition member made the revelation, Bllaca says gunmen fired at his home near Lipjan/Lipljane. He says he has given authorities a CD containing everything he knows. The PDK says his allegations are groundless. (Koha Ditore, Epoka e Re, Bota Sot, Express – 30/11/09; RTK, Kohavision – 29/11/09)Diese Todes Schwadrone war Geheimdiensten schon seit 1998 gut bekannt und gegen Hashim Thaci gibt es eine Ermittlungs Akte wegen dem Mord an Ali Uka in Tirana 1997!…………………………..

June 25, 1999
CRISIS IN THE BALKANS: THE SEPARATISTS; Leaders of Kosovo Rebels Tied to Deadly Power Play
By CHRIS HEDGES
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Albanian Authorities Accused of Collusion

As tensions rose, Thaci and the Albanian authorities decided to eliminate Krasniqi, according to former rebel commanders and two former Albanian officials interviewed in Tirana.

They said that in the middle of September 1998, Albanian police stopped Krasniqi and several aides and confiscated their weapons. Krasniqi’s office in Tirana was raided by about 50 policemen and emptied of guns and munitions. On Sept. 21 at 11 P.M. on the way back from a restaurant in Tirana, Krasniqi ran into a police checkpoint about 300 yards from his office on Dibra Street, according to a former rebel commander who was with Krasniqi. Krasniqi and his two companions were again frisked for weapons and their vehicle was searched. The two cars behind Krasniqi, which carried aides, were not allowed through the checkpoint.

When Krasniqi and his two companions got out of their gray Opal jeep they saw three men emerge from the shadows with black hoods over their faces. The men, speaking with an Albanian accent that distinguished them from Kosovo Albanians, ordered the two men with Krasniqi to get down on the ground.

„Which one is it?“ asked one of the gunmen, according to one of the commanders who was prone on the asphalt.

„The one in the middle,“ said another. The gunmen, who held a pistol a few inches from Krasniqi’s head, fired a shot. He then fired two more shots into Krasniqi’s head once he fell onto the pavement.

American officials also had reports that the rebel army had killed Krasniqi, but said there were also subsequent, conflicting reports from the region that he was killed by disaffected members of his own unit.

After Krasniqi’s death, former rebel commanders said, the killings, purges and arrests accelerated. Rebel police, dressed in distinctive black fatigues, threw into detention anyone who appeared hostile to Thaci. Many of these people were beaten.

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Hedges reports an incident from 1997 in which a Kosovo Albanian reporter, Ali Uka,was found dead in his apartment in Tirana, the Albanian capital, “his face disfigured by repeated stabbings with a screwdriver and the jagged edge of a broken bottle.” Uka was a supporter of the Kosovo independence movement, but he had criticized it in print. His roommate at the time of his death was Thaci, nicknamed Snake, about whom, Hedges notes, “Violence has long swirled…”…………………

Hedges reports an incident from 1997 in which a Kosovo Albanian reporter, Ali Uka,was found dead in his apartment in Tirana, the Albanian capital, “his face disfigured by repeated stabbings with a screwdriver and the jagged edge of a broken bottle.” Uka was a supporter of the Kosovo independence movement, but he had criticized it in print. His roommate at the time of his death was Thaci, nicknamed Snake, about whom, Hedges notes, “Violence has long swirled…”

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Hedges reports an incident from 1997 in which a Kosovo Albanian reporter, Ali Uka,was found dead in his apartment in Tirana, the Albanian capital, “his face disfigured by repeated stabbings with a screwdriver and the jagged edge of a broken bottle.” Uka was a supporter of the Kosovo independence movement, but he had criticized it in print. His roommate at the time of his death was Thaci, nicknamed Snake, about whom, Hedges notes, “Violence has long swirled…”…………….

Bujar Bukoshi, the prime minister in exile of Ibrahim Rugova, one of Thaci’s more moderate rivals, notes that “Cadavers have never been an obstacle to Thaci’s career.” Apparently the KLA planned an unsuccessful assassination attempt against Bukoshi last May.

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NYTIMES

http://www.freerepublic.com/forum/a3773004a7528.htm

Former official says he „killed for Thaci party“
30 November 2009 | 10:50 | Source: Beta
PRIŠTINA — Former Kosovo Information Service member Naim Blaca claims that he participated in serious crimes „against political opponents“. Kosovo Albanian Prime Minister Hashim Thaci’s party stood behind the crimes, that included murder, Blaca said.He told reporters in front of the Kosovo assembly in Priština that there were 17 cases, among them murders, attempted murders and threats, in which he participated as a member of the agency.Blaca would not publically identify any of the victims he killed personally, stating that this was a question for the EULEX prosecution, to which he gave a statement a month ago.He added that he is prepared to take responsibility for what he did while he was working closely with Thaci’s Democratic Party of Kosovo (DPK).“I thought that everything I was doing was in the best interest of the homeland, but it wasn’t,” said he.Blaca stated that the people who ordered the crimes included commander of the former so-called Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) Azem Sula, DPK MP Xhavit Haliti, Deputy Interior Minister Fatmir Xhelili and other senior officials of Thaci’s party.He also said that the “targets were political opponents of the party, mostly senior officials of the Democratic League of Kosovo (DSK).”DSK official Gani Geci accused the DPK on Thursday during an assembly session of having committed serious crimes, and claimed that he had evidence.

Thaci’s party denied the claims of both Blaca and Geci.

“This is an effort of these parties to gain political points,” DPK spokesman Blerand Stavileci said.

Meanwhile, Kosovo police, KPS, announced that they were waiting for the prosecution to make the first move regarding Blaca’s claims.

“The investigation in the case is being led by the EULEX prosecution and we are waiting for orders to act,” police spokesman Baki Kelani said.

EULEX spokesman Christophe Lamfalussy said on Sunday that the EULEX prosecution began its investigation a month ago.

Blaca joined the KLA in 1998 and then worked for the Kosovo Information Service until 2003 in the towns of Lipljane, Štimlje, Uroševac and Vitina.

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Rinisin hetimet për 6 ekzekutime mafioze

TIRANE -Të “fshehura” diku në sirtaret e komisariat eve, të mbuluara nga pluhuri dhe merimangat, shumë dosje të vjetra që duket se ishin lënë në harresë, janë rihapur për t’u rihetuar intensivisht. Ekzekutimet mafioze që tronditën Tiranën gjatë dhe pas vitit 1997, vrasje të frikëshme që nuk kursyen as ministra dhe studentë, janë rihapur ditët e fundit. Burime zyrtare të policisë pohojnë se prej ditësh kanë rinisur hetimet për vrasjen e ministrit të Mbrojtjes në qeverinë në ekzil të Kosovës si dhe komandant i FARK-ut, Ahmet Krasniqi, më 21 shtator të vitit 1998, ekzekutimin makabër të studentes Kozeta Hyseni po këtë vit.

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http://www.balkanweb.com/gazetav4/index.php?id=18893
Thaci and his cohorts also allegedly eliminated a military rival financed by the Rugova group. In the summer of 1998, while the KLA was suffering military reverses, Ahmet Krasniqi, a former colonel in the Yugoslav army, was given $4.5 million in funds raised by Rugova’s administration to establish a rival military structure known as the Armed Forces of the Kosovo Republic. After tensions mounted between Krasniqi’s group and the KLA, Thaci and the Albanian government decided to eliminate Krasniqi, according to former KLA commanders and former Albanian government officials. On September 21 Krasniqi was murdered in Tirana by Albanian secret police or the KLA, or both.

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Kosovo Intelligent Secret Service SHIK under
accuses by
former official:

„We have been authorized to kill about 17 persons in Kosovo by SHIK“ is a declaration of ex security agent Naim Blaca to Kosovo politicians.

Former official says he „killed for Thaci party“
30 November 2009 10:50 Source: Beta
PRIŠTINA — Former Kosovo Information Service member Naim Blaca claims that he participated in serious crimes „against political opponents“. Kosovo Albanian Prime Minister Hashim Thaci’s party stood behind the crimes, that included murder, Blaca said.He told reporters in front of the Kosovo assembly in Priština that there were 17 cases, among them murders, attempted murders and threats, in which he participated as a member of the agency.Blaca would not publically identify any of the victims he killed personally, stating that this was a question for the EULEX prosecution, to which he gave a statement a month ago.He added that he is prepared to take responsibility for what he did while he was working closely with Thaci’s Democratic Party of Kosovo (DPK).“I thought that everything I was doing was in the best interest of the homeland, but it wasn’t,” said he.Blaca stated that the people who ordered the crimes included commander of the former so-called Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) Azem Sula, DPK MP Xhavit Haliti, Deputy Interior Minister Fatmir Xhelili and other senior officials of Thaci’s party.

He also said that the “targets were political opponents of the party, mostly senior officials of the Democratic League of Kosovo (DSK).”

DSK official Gani Geci accused the DPK on Thursday during an assembly session of having committed serious crimes, and claimed that he had evidence.

Thaci’s party denied the claims of both Blaca and Geci.

“This is an effort of these parties to gain political points,” DPK spokesman Blerand Stavileci said.

Meanwhile, Kosovo police, KPS, announced that they were waiting for the prosecution to make the first move regarding Blaca’s claims.

“The investigation in the case is being led by the EULEX prosecution and we are waiting for orders to act,” police spokesman Baki Kelani said.

EULEX spokesman Christophe Lamfalussy said on Sunday that the EULEX prosecution began its investigation a month ago.

Blaca joined the KLA in 1998 and then worked for the Kosovo Information Service until 2003 in the towns of Lipljane, Štimlje, Uroševac and Vitina.

Der Original Artikel in Albanisch!

 

 


Nazim Bllaca

Policia konfirmon se vazhdon intervistimi i Bllacës

 

Nga Jeton Musliu &  më 30.11.2009 në ora 13:36

(Updated)
Policia e Kosovës(PK) ka konfirmuar se intervistimi i dëshmitarit të DVD-së, Nazim Bllaca, është duke vazhduar.
Këtë e kanë bërë të ditur zyrtarët e Policisë së Kosovës.

“Ne mund të bëjmë me dije se sot në orët e pasdites më urdhër të prokurorit të Prokurorisë Speciale, Nazim Bllaca është shoqëruar për intervistim në prokurorinë speciale në Prishtinë, shoqërimi i tij është bërë nga Policia e Kosovës së bashku me zyrtarë të komponentës policore të EULEX-it. Pra deri më tani mund të konfirmoj se i njëjti është ende duke u intervistuar, pra intervistimi i tij është në proces e sipër”, ka thënë zëdhënësi i PK’së, Baki Kelani, të hënën gjatë një konference me gazetarë.

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http://www.gazetaexpress.com/web/index.php/artikujt/lexo/19975/C4/C16/

Bereits in 2006 geschrieben, neben Ur Berichten aus 1998 schon.

1/5/2006
Hasim Thaci Mörder Chef: Head of the SHIK, Kadri Veseli

THE KEY PLAYERS

The roots of the IHPSO trace back to the defence and interior ministries
formed by Kosovo’s parallel government-in-exile in the Nineties. The
organisation’s chief, Ramë Maraj, currently holds the official title of
special security advisor to President Rugova.
In a conversation with this author before the “Life in Kosovo”
debate, Maraj freely admitted that his IHPSO was an intelligence service
linked to Rugova’s LDK. “The time has come to demystify these
intelligence structures and show we are real people and not monsters,”
he said.
Maraj was alluding to hostile media coverage that followed a May 10
police raid on IHPSO offices. The police involved were investigating the
bombing of Rugova’s motorcade on March 15, while the president was on
his way to meet with European Union foreign policy chief Javier Solana.
Solana had travelled to Kosovo in order to urge Rugova to give the PDK a
leading role in the government.
Crisis Group noted in its May report noted that, “UNMIK and the KPS
[Kosovo Police Service] are increasingly drawn to the premise that
elements within the LDK camp were responsible for the explosion.” The
suspicion is that the bomb, which damaged Rugova’s car and injured a
passer-by, was intended to provide the president with a pretext to avoid
being pushed into broad coalition politics.
The SHIK, on the other hand, emerged from the Popular Movement of
Kosovo, LPK, a group of activists and former political prisoners which
later became part of the KLA.
The head of the SHIK, Kadri Veseli, was a member of the
self-proclaimed Provisional Government of Kosovo, established by the
KLA’s leader, Hashim Thaçi, in 1999. The SHIK continued to exist when
the abortive governing body was abolished in February 2000.
Initially financed by funds left over from the war, particularly the
“Homeland Calling” fund that financed the KLA, it has since relied on
finances from local supporters.
Nowadays, the organisation is quite open about its activities.
Veseli, who sits before a wall half covered by a huge reproduction of
the SHIK’s circular emblem, does not, even on the record, deny that he
runs a full-blown intelligence gathering operation.
“We are in a process of transformation and have been so for the
last five years,” he told Balkan Insight, adding that the SHIK had hopes
to play “a more active part” in Kosovo’s future by “nationalising its
capacities” in some way.
Both Veseli and Maraj insist that they have well-trained,
professional staff who are fully capable of playing a part in whatever
kind of official intelligence service might be established in Kosovo in
the future.
Sources close to both services, however, paint a very different
picture.
The IHPSO is thought to number around 300 people, half of whom
receive a regular salary of some 200 euro per month from the
organisation. The other half are employed as municipal officials, or
work in other public institutions.
Amongst those working at a high level within the IHPSO are a number
of people who previously worked for the Secretariat for Internal
Affairs, SUP, and State Security, DB.

http://www.crisisgroup.org/home/index.cfm?id=3474&l=1

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http://www.albania.de/alb/index.php?p=340