House arrest, for: Albanian Republican Guard Head Ndrea Prendi, the killer of the world crime Boss: Salih Berisha

 Primitiv Idiot Mafia Boss in action – Super scandal again: Berisha said that after the general prosecutor leaves office, he will carry out his own investigation and arrest her and President Bamir Topi

Press: US-Ambassador Alexander Arvizu, Ina Rama

23 Jan 2012 / 19:21
Three Arrested for Murder in Albania Deadly Riot

The head of the Republican Guard, his driver and an IT expert from the premier’s office have been placed under house arrest as part of the probe into a deadly protest in January 2011.

Besar Likmeta

BIRN

Tirana

Republican Guard Head Ndrea Prendi was arrested on suspicion of murder.

In a press conference late on Monday, General Prosecutor Ina Rama announced that her office had ordered the arrests.

The protests on January 21, 2011 turned into a riot when several hundred opposition marchers attacked the police barricade set up to protect the Prime Minister’s office, using sticks, stones and Molotov cocktails.

Police responded with tear gas, water cannons and later with live ammunition fire, leaving four protestors dead and dozens wounded.

Prosecutor Rama explained that ballistics tests carried out in the laboratories of the FBI show that one of the bullets found in the body of one of the murdered protestors had come from the weapon of the Republican Guard head, Ndrea Prendi.

“To avoid the discovery of the truth and benefitting from his official position, Prendi changed the barrel of his gun with that of another Republican Guard member who was also under investigation, his driver Margarit Kume,” Rama said.

“It’s proven beyond any doubt that Prendi shot 11 times into the crowd during the protest, and one of the bullets was found in the body of one of the victims, Faik Myrtaj,” Rama added.

Apart from Prendi, prosecutors ordered the arrest of his driver Kume, and of the head of the IT department of the prime minister’s office, Armando Kasaj.

“Examinations carried out in FBI laboratories have proven beyond any doubt that the server, where footage from the security cameras in the prime minister’s office was stored, was copied to external drivers and deleted after the protest,” the general prosecutor said.

Albania’s General Prosecutor Ina Rama

Another Republican Guard officer, Agim Llupo, has been in prison since February 14, 2011, accused of the murder of another protestor during the rally.

Based on the nature of the crimes and the flight risk of the suspects, prosecutors asked the Tirana District Court to keep the three suspects imprisoned. However, Judge Shkelqim Mustafaj, who reviewed the arrest warrants, ordered house arrest for Prendi, Kume and Kasaj.

Albania’s procedural and criminal code state clearly that for persons suspected of murder, judges must order imprisonment at least until the trial ends.

General Prosecutor Rama said that they believed that judge’s ruling was not in consideration of the evidence and her office will appeal it.

Responding to the arrests, Prime Minister Sali Berisha relieved the head of the Republican Guard from duty, while lashing out at the general prosecutor for ordering his arrest.

One year after the deadly riots, Berisha still considers the event to be a coup d’état orchestrated by the general prosecutor, the president, the secret service head, the opposition and four journalists.

“The prime minister considers the general prosecutor to be part of plan to overthrow the government on January 21, 2011,” Berisha’s office said in a statement on Monday.

Police clash with a protestor druing the opposition rally on January 21, 2011

In an interview on local broadcaster Vizion Plus on Friday, Berisha said that after the general prosecutor leaves office, he will carry out his own investigation and arrest her and President Bamir Topi.

Prosecutors are still investigating the murders, the organisers of the protest and the violent demonstrators that attacked the police, as well as government officials that are suspected of destroying evidence of the deaths.

General Prosecutor Rama explained that prosecutors had asked the state police, which are controlled by Berisha, to conduct the probe into the organisers of the protest, but the police said they had found no evidence.

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Salih Berisha entliess heute Ndrea Prendi – National Guard Chef, nachdem Haftbefehl ausgestellt wurde

Im Moment laufen noch Presse Konferenzen mit Details, von Ina Rama! Umgehend startet erneut der Steinzeit Kommunist, Terrorist, extrem krimineller Mafia Boss: Salih Berisha, seine Attacken erneut auf die Generalstaatsanwaltschaft, weil in seiner kranken Verbrecher Denkweise, seine Nord Albanischen Banditen und Mord Kohorten Straffrei sind.

Wie es so üblich ist bei den Tropoje Banditen der National Guard, schiesst man auf unbewaffnete Zivilisten, je nach Tages Laune. Die Miltanz ist allgemein bekannt:Der National Guard Chef: Ndrea Prendi, hat wie das FBI feststellte, direkt den friedlichen Zuschauer – Demonstrant: Faik Myrtaj erschossen und versuchte dies durch Löschung der Video Dateien (Überwachungs Kamera) auf den Servern des PM zuvertuschen. Ebenso wechselte er den Schlag Bolzen an seiner Waffe, um Patronen nicht ordnen zukönnen. Die heute Abend erfolgte erneute Ausführung bei der Staatsanwaltschaft, sagt nun Nedrea Prendi, das er vor einem Jahr in die Luft geschossen hätte. Albaner vergessen Alles, was auch auf die Bildung schliessen lässt und dem IQ. Vor einem Jahr wurde folgende Aussage gemacht von Ndrea Prendi: “ich habe keine Schüsse abgegeben”!

 Vor wenigen Tagen, verkündete der kriminelle Pyschopat: Salih Berisha, noch die Verhaftung von Ina Rama an, sobald der Staatspräsident ausgewechselt ist.

Haft Befehle rund um den 21. Januar 2011 in Tirana gegen: IT- Chef: Armando Kasa, National Guard Chef: Ndrea Prendi und seinem Fahrer: Margit Kume

Aufstand gegen Präsident Basescu: Rumänische Spezial Polizei im Einsatz

Aufstand der Anständigen in einem Mafia Staat, wo Nichts funktioniert und Gestalten wie Bodo Hombach und Gerhard Schröder, die Bestechungs Welle leiteten u.a. vor 10 Jahren mit PM Nastase.

Aufstand in Europas Armenhaus

Tomasz Konicz 23.01.2012


Die anhaltende Wirtschaftsmisere und der autoritäre Führungsstil von Präsident Basescu lösten die gewalttätigen Unruhen in Rumänien aus

Die heftigste Protestwelle in Rumänien seit mehr als einem Jahrzehnt ebbt bislang nicht ab. Auch am vergangenen Donnerstag versammelten sich Tausende von Demonstranten in mehreren Städten, um gegen Präsident Traian Basescu und die miserable Wirtschaftslage zu protestieren. Gegen Abend kam es in Bukarest erneut zu schweren Ausschreitungen, wie sie die Hauptstadt bereits Mitte Januar erschütterten. Inzwischen bemühen sich auch die Rattenfänger der rechtsextremen Rechten in Rumänien (Proteste gegen IWF-Politik in Rumänien), die Proteste für ihre chauvinistischen und autoritären Ziele zu instrumentalisieren. So sollen die Ausschreitungen in Bukarest oftmals von rechten Fußballhooligans provoziert werden.

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