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Few but Fanatical – the Kosovo Women Who Go Over to ISIS

Lucking in the face! Albanian – Kosovo Terrorist over all in the world

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NATO Country: Kosovo

/en/file/show//Images/FeatureHome/kosovo women in prishitna streets 660 .jpg Few but Fanatical – the Kosovo Women Who Go Over to ISIS Kosovo has been one of Europe’s most pro-American states since the United States helped it break free of Serbian control. Yet in a generational shift in this largely secular country, Islamic radicalisation is making some in-roads among the young. And it’s not only men who have gone east to join ISIS

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Gazeta Express: Kosovo Women Battalion In Islamic State

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[image: AP Photo / Militant Website] SOURCE GAZETA EXPRESS BELGRADE – The number of Kosovo women who joined the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) terrorist organization in Iraq and Syria is very disturbing, but the majority of these women were driven by their spouses to join the radical groups, Gazeta Express reports. Security experts and sociologists stated that only a few women joined ISIS independently. Avni Islami, an expert of security issues said that the participation of Kosovo women in foreign wars is extremely worrying, and the main responsibility falls onto state institutions th… mehr »
Aussie police foils plot involving explosive Kangaroo
Friday, 29 January 2016

A Melbourne teenager of Albanian descent allegedly discussed packing a kangaroo with explosives, painting it with an Islamic State symbol and setting it loose on police officers.

Sevdet Ramadan Besim, 19, of Hallam, is accused of plotting an Anzac Day terror attack in Melbourne that would have included a beheading.

He was committed to trial in the Supreme Court on Thursday after pleading not guilty to four charges.
Police remove evidence from a house in Hallam after anti-terror raids in April last year.

They included conducting internet searches of Anzac Day in Melbourne and Dandenong, engaging in communications and creating an electronic memo on his phone – all in preparation for a terrorist act.

Mr Besim initially faced five charges, but Commonwealth prosecutor Andrew Doyle withdrew one when Mr Besim appeared in the Melbourne Magistrates Court on Thursday.

Mr Besim is accused of planning to run over, then behead, a police officer.

Federal police allege Mr Besim and a person overseas had been in a series of communications in the lead-up to the alleged plot for Anzac Day.

Mr Besim allegedly said he was „ready to fight these dogs on there [sic] doorstep“ in online communications with the person overseas, according to court documents.

„I’d love to take out some cops,“ Mr Besim is alleged to have said.

„I was gonna meet with them then take some heads ahaha.“

In a prosecution summary against Mr Besim tendered to court, police allege the pair spoke on March 16 last year, during which they discussed packing a kangaroo with explosives and letting it loose on police.

„The conversation continues with Besim detailing what he did that day and they have a general discussion around animals and wildlife in Australia, including a suggestion that a kangaroo could be packed with C4 explosive, painted with the IS symbol and let loose on police officers,“ the summary says.

While police did not go into details of the symbol, the image mostly closely linked to IS is the group’s black flag. The reference to the kangaroo makes no mention of Anzac Day.

Mr Besim has been in custody since April 18 when 200 heavily armed officers swooped on the city’s south-east, arresting five teenagers and seizing knives and swords.

Police say he is motivated by an extremist ideology and has expressed support for proscribed terrorist organisations, particularly IS, which adopt a radical interpretation of Islam.

The dropped charge was one count of conspiring to do an act in preparation for or planning a terror act, which carries a maximum sentence of life in prison.
Mr Besim is due to face a directions hearing next week.

http://macedoniaonline.eu/content/view/28774/46/

Deutschland, die Terroristen Finanzierung mit ihren Partner in Albanien – ISIS seizes £4bn drug ring from the Mafia to fund its brutal terror campaign

Nichts Neues von den gekauften Idioten in Berlin. Eine Einheit im Verbrechen, rund um die CDU, KAS Deutsche Minister, inklusive den SPD Schratzen wie Barbara Hendriks in 2015

 Man hat seine Paten im Verbrechen

Lefter Koka, Barbara Hendricks Umswelt Minister unter sich

Lefter Koka, Barbara Hendricks Umwelt Minister unter sich

Korruptes Mafia Boss Treffen in Berlin.

Manipulation und Lügen: http://www.heise.de/tp/bild/43/43237/43237_1x.jpg

Fatmir Mediu, Dr. Fatmir Mediu, Franz Jung. Agron Duka,
Patron: Cannabis – Lazarate: Dash Aliku
Dash Aliku, DP Demonstrion Tirana der Albaner Mafia

Dash Aliku, DP Demonstrion Tirana der Albaner Mafia
/en/file/show//Images/FeatureHome/kosovo women in prishitna streets 660 .jpg Few but Fanatical – the Kosovo Women Who Go Over to ISIS Kosovo has been one of Europe’s most pro-American states since the United States helped it break free of Serbian control. Yet in a generational shift in this largely secular country, Islamic radicalisation is making some in-roads among the young. And it’s not only men who have gone east to join ISIS

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ISIS seizes £4bn drug ring from the Mafia to fund its brutal terror campaign

    • Allan Hall, Dan Warburton
    • Jihadists are flooding Britain with cannabis from the Albanian drug farm as intelligence experts warn that Islamist extremism is taking hold in Europe
Inside the £4bn Albanian drugs village - where weed grows freely beside the road
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Jihadists are flooding Britain with cannabis from the Albanian drug farm as intelligence experts warn that Islamist extremism is taking hold in Europe

In Albania Islamic State is raising cash for its terror campaign by running cannabis farms and shipping the drug to Britain.

The evil caliphate has seized control of a $4billion Mafia marijuana growing operation in the rural mountains of Albania – giving it a foothold in Europe.

Private jets and ships take the £4billion-a-year harvest to Mafia bosses in Italy, who distribute it, the Sunday People reports.

ISIS moved into the lucrative trade after security services fought their way into an Albanian Mafia HQ in the hill village of Lazarat.

Far from putting paid to cannabis farming, the 2014 raid cleared the way for ­extremists to take over by removing the Mafia.

ISIS now recruit in the area – often from the Mafia itself.

Jihadists flood Britain with cannabis smuggled from Albania
Crop: Cannabis grows near Lazarat

Dr Vladimir Pivovarov, a former military intelligence officer, said: “It is well known that Albania and other countries in the region have citizens joining ISIS.

“Western intelligence identified Balkan countries as the most active in providing ­recruits for jihad.

“There is no doubt that the best recruits for the jihadists are those that were in the Mafia. Already schooled in violence, they even pay their own way because the dirty money that the jihadists then gain when they recruit Mafia recruits helps to further swell the jihadist coffers. With new recruits and money, the Mafia in the region is exactly the reason why Muslim extremism is establishing itself in this part of Europe.“

He is echoing what the People was told earlier by an unnamed senior government official, who said: „It wasn’t as if the Mafia moved out and Jihadists moved in, what many people fail to understand is that the borders between Albanian Mafiosi and ISIS militants are blurred. Even if the leadership is different, they often use the same people to supply them with illegal weapons, and use the same people for illegal activities whether it’s drug running or indeed any of the other illicit activities.

„For the drugs Mafia there are not so many advantages to links with the extremists although in the past, it might have helped out with money laundering and the like, but the terrorists love to have drug dealers in their squads, and offer them everything that can to win them over. With their help, they are clearly muscling into the drugs world.“

Lazarat came onto the radar of western drug officials in 2012 after two Dutch motorbike tourists travelling through Albania made the remarkable discovery of the village.

Being from Holland, where cannabis consumption is legal, the pair were no strangers to what cannabis plants look like. But even they were stunned to discover tens of thousands of the plants growing in the countryside around Lazarat.

Jihadists flood Britain with cannabis smuggled from Albania
Seized: Cannabis at a port in Albania

A video they made of the trip showed cannabis plants stretching away alongside the road for mile after mile. Their video went viral showing how the druglords in Albania produced weed to fuel the bars and cafes, the nightclubs and the homes of western Europe.

In its 2015 report, the US government-funded NGO Freedom House noted that Lazarat was at the heart of producing marijuana in Europe, valued at 5.9 billion (4 billion GBP) in 2013 – then equivalent to nearly half of Albania’s gross domestic product and making it Europe’s biggest illegal cultivator of marijuana.

To protect their turf, narcotics barons had turned the area around Lazarat into a no-go zone, brooking no outside interference. Armed with rocket-propelled grenades and armour-piercing shells – and with millions available to grease the right pockets – the region was generating hundreds of tonnes of marijuana annually with residents even using private planes to distribute their drugs.

And the police stayed away. Or at least they stayed away until June 2014 when the Tirana authorities decided on a shock-and-awe display of force intended to reclaim the area for the state.

A new Socialist party government had taken office at the end of 2013 and pledged to combat corruption and organised crime – and to claim a place in the EU club of nations.

CENIslamic State is raising cash for its terror campaign by running cannabis farms and shipping the drug to Britain. Pictured - Weapons and ammunition Albanian police confiscated in the village Lazarat
Guns: Rifles and ammo seized in a raid on jihadists in Lazarat

They decided to hit Lazarat hard, and backed up by helicopters and armoured personnel carriers, 800 heavily-armed police officers marched into the region. Against them the gangsters deployed their fearsome arsenal and unleashed shells, grenades, RPGs and machine guns on the forces of law and order.

Police occupied the town after fierce fighting, seizing 102 tonnes of marijuana and destroying 530,000 marijuana plants. The cannabis they torched left a cloud of smoke so thick it obscured even the local mosque. In the process they seized grenades, mortars and machine guns.

Read more:US Mafia will take on ISIS if terrorists launch attack on New York, mobster’s son claims

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http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/isis-seizes-4bn-drug-ring-7191800

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Albania Police Comb Lazarat, Hunting Cop killer

Schiesserei im Cannabis Dorf des „Dash Aliku“: 1 Polizist tod, Einer verletzt

Peinlicher Innenmiminister Saimir Tahiri und die Festname von Arthur Mahmutaj

Macedonia: Under directives of the US and British Embassy, the illegal prosecutor Katica Janeva

Mafia Styl:
„The six horsemen of the apocalypse, the so called „western“ ambassador – —
„The US Ambassador Jess Bailey, nicknamed by Macedonian media as „Jess (Himmler) Bailey was instrumental in the failed coup attempt in Turkey where several civilians died during months old staged protests. 

EU Mafia with Georg Soros’s Gangster: Zoran Zaev

PES Budapest 2015: Gangster Treffen der Korruption: Zoran Zaev Ma
PES Budapest 2015: Gangster Treffen der Korruption: Zoran Zaev Ma
Macedonian prosecution Circus: Puppet Janeva frees Verushevski from Jail
Friday, 25 December 2015
Under directives of the US and British Embassy, the illegal prosecutor Katica Janeva installed by the two foreign embassies ordered the release of the prime suspect in the coup case, Zoran Verushevski…………………………..http://macedoniaonline.eu/content/view/28609/45/
Legal Experts: Katica Janeva is looking at 3-5 years in Jail
Saturday, 16 January 2016
 

For several weeks, Macedonia’s (unconstitutional) public prosecutor has refused to report to relevant authorities whether she has received the materials from the illegal wiretapps from SDSM’s leader Zoran Zaev.

As Zaev allegedly brought six boxes with documents to her, on December 30th Katica Jaenva and her prosecution team were tasked to write up a report and document all the documentation brought in by Zaev.

 

While Janeva would not say if her team produced a report as required by law, Zaev answered the question for her: telling media he did not sign any sort of document nor did Janeva document any of the materials she had received.

According to article 68 of the Public Prosecution Law, this is considered a major breach in the work of a public prosecutor punishable with immediate termination and up to a three year prison sentence.

 

Article 357 of the same law clearly describes that when a prosecutor consciously breaks the law, which Janeva is absolutely doing, the prosecutor is criminally responsible, which leads to the three year sentence which can be increased to five depending on the extent the law was broken. If one carefully analysis Janeva’s moves, she should be behind bars for decades. The catch is, Janeva too may well be under protection. No one would do what Janeva does if she didn’t know she enjoyed some sort of protection.

 

Case in point:

The illegally obtained wiretapped materials whose goal was to bring down the Government now may not even play a role in the Court proceedings because without a proper documentation created by Janeva’s team (which they purposely skipped) the Court cannot consider the documents as „evidence“.

 

– Deliberately ignoring and not documenting evidence to be used against Zaev in a Court of Law will very likely lead to abuse of power of the Public Prosecution office and criminal responsibility for Katica Janeva, says a legal expert in an interview for Dnevnik.

 

We have repatedly reported on Katica Janeva prior and after her illegal appointment as Macedonia’s Public Prosecutor.  She doesn’t work for Macedonia or its interests, rather was installed to protect the interests of the US and UK Embassy who were both involved in the planning, financing and managing of the failed Coup. //Marija Nikolovska

http://macedoniaonline.eu/content/view/28701/45/

Albania – Jihadists gate to europe : ISIS seizes £4bn drug ring from the Mafia to fund its brutal terror campaign

Albania – Jihadists gate to europe
 Part of channel(s): Syria (current event), Ukraine (current event)
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Italian local TV station has announced a report entitled – Albania, the doors of Jihad (Albania, la porta della Jihad), which speaks about smuggling weapons from Albania via Montenegro, Kosovo, Serbia, Bosnia and herzegovina and Croatia and that is precisely confirmed that the weapons purchased in this way was used in the terrorist attack and massacre in Paris on 13 November 2015.

The report is transmitted by albanian Ora TV news, but starts from the town of Skadar on the Skadar Lake (shared by Albania and Montenegro) in north albania, and one night sail boat with weapons and smugglers.

Recorded two men unloading boxes of weapons and hide it nearby, from where it the next day take over. According to the reporter that the weapon used in the bloody events taking place in Paris on 13 November and describes the Balkans as a center for recruiting jihadists.

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According to the Italian TV1, so far, more than a thousand ethnic Albanians are recruited and fighting in foreign wars, mainly in Syria os side of islamic state (isis / isil) so that Albania is the only Balkan country, that has the most jihadists in relation to population. The report describes the way in which the black market and sales of weapons works.

Albanian smuggler says that the most wanted are AK 47, old Soviet guns and weapons from the former Yugoslavia such as M 70 rifle. According to the smugglers Kalashnikovs cost from 400 to 450 euros, and bombs from 60 to 70 euros. Weapons moving boats or fishing boats from Durres and Vlora to end up in the hands of the mafia or terrorists, according to the report by local tv.

– I don’t care who will buy weapon from me, what he will do with it, all I care is to sell it for highest price, says one of the smugglers, and add:

– There’s a lot of radicals in this region, and when the time comes, they won’t hesitate to take action.

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ALBANIA is safe house fot radicals and terrorists. Jihad reaches Europe through the Albanian clans.

Reportage from Albania Italian television RAI, presented the country as „the door of jihad“ through which to Europe pass Islamists and weapons. This topic is for „Blic“ commented Momir Stojanovic, president of the Committee for the control of the security services of the Serbian Parliament, which claims that the situation in Albania is safe house for terrorists.

Italian journalist he met on the Albanian coast of Skadar Lake with the arms dealers who sold him – to whom they can, to whom it can provide. Weapons continue through Montenegro goes to the west, and RAI states that originated from Albania and one that Islamists were used during the massacre in Paris in mid-December last year.

Momir Stojanovic, president of the Committee for the control of the security services of the Assembly of Serbia says for – Blic, that after the crisis pyramid savings in 1997 in the general chaos in Albania broken into many warehouses of the local army and police and that of those weapons are still illegally held.

– This is a good situation for the terrorists, because there is the possibility of selling these weapons to terrorist organizations – says Stojanovic.

In addition to sending weapons to terrorists coming from Albania and manpower. According to the data of the Turin newspaper Stampa, in the Islamic state and the Al Nusra Front, there are more than a thousand Albanian fighters, of which contain:

– more than 900 from Kosovo,
– more than 150 from Albania,
– more than 50 from FYROM (Macedonia).

Stojanovic says that there are no reliable data on how many of them have returned to the Middle East war theater, but they certainly represent a danger to the territory of Kosovo, the region and in Western European countries where temporary work a lot of Albanians.

– Due to the monolithic ethnic Albanian community and the strong clan ties, may not be viewed in isolation activity of individual members in terms of Islamic terrorism and fundamentalism. Relationship those who were on battlefields and the latter represent a potential risk for the spread of terrorist activities in the countries of the EU – says Stojanovic.

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Refugees freezing and starving in the cold weather in the Balkan

He adds that because of the limited capabilities of our security services to monitor the situation in Kosovo and Metohija, the problem of radical Islam activities in the area under the jurisdiction of the institutions of the international community that are present there.

Italiens TV

ISIS seizes £4bn drug ring from the Mafia to fund its brutal terror campaign

    • Allan Hall, Dan Warburton
    • Jihadists are flooding Britain with cannabis from the Albanian drug farm as intelligence experts warn that Islamist extremism is taking hold in Europe
Inside the £4bn Albanian drugs village - where weed grows freely beside the road
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Jihadists are flooding Britain with cannabis from the Albanian drug farm as intelligence experts warn that Islamist extremism is taking hold in Europe

In Albania Islamic State is raising cash for its terror campaign by running cannabis farms and shipping the drug to Britain.

The evil caliphate has seized control of a $4billion Mafia marijuana growing operation in the rural mountains of Albania – giving it a foothold in Europe.

Private jets and ships take the £4billion-a-year harvest to Mafia bosses in Italy, who distribute it, the Sunday People reports.

ISIS moved into the lucrative trade after security services fought their way into an Albanian Mafia HQ in the hill village of Lazarat.

Far from putting paid to cannabis farming, the 2014 raid cleared the way for ­extremists to take over by removing the Mafia.

ISIS now recruit in the area – often from the Mafia itself.

Jihadists flood Britain with cannabis smuggled from Albania
Crop: Cannabis grows near Lazarat

Dr Vladimir Pivovarov, a former military intelligence officer, said: “It is well known that Albania and other countries in the region have citizens joining ISIS.

“Western intelligence identified Balkan countries as the most active in providing ­recruits for jihad.

“There is no doubt that the best recruits for the jihadists are those that were in the Mafia. Already schooled in violence, they even pay their own way because the dirty money that the jihadists then gain when they recruit Mafia recruits helps to further swell the jihadist coffers. With new recruits and money, the Mafia in the region is exactly the reason why Muslim extremism is establishing itself in this part of Europe.“

He is echoing what the People was told earlier by an unnamed senior government official, who said: „It wasn’t as if the Mafia moved out and Jihadists moved in, what many people fail to understand is that the borders between Albanian Mafiosi and ISIS militants are blurred. Even if the leadership is different, they often use the same people to supply them with illegal weapons, and use the same people for illegal activities whether it’s drug running or indeed any of the other illicit activities.

„For the drugs Mafia there are not so many advantages to links with the extremists although in the past, it might have helped out with money laundering and the like, but the terrorists love to have drug dealers in their squads, and offer them everything that can to win them over. With their help, they are clearly muscling into the drugs world.“

Lazarat came onto the radar of western drug officials in 2012 after two Dutch motorbike tourists travelling through Albania made the remarkable discovery of the village.

Being from Holland, where cannabis consumption is legal, the pair were no strangers to what cannabis plants look like. But even they were stunned to discover tens of thousands of the plants growing in the countryside around Lazarat.

Jihadists flood Britain with cannabis smuggled from Albania
Seized: Cannabis at a port in Albania

A video they made of the trip showed cannabis plants stretching away alongside the road for mile after mile. Their video went viral showing how the druglords in Albania produced weed to fuel the bars and cafes, the nightclubs and the homes of western Europe.

In its 2015 report, the US government-funded NGO Freedom House noted that Lazarat was at the heart of producing marijuana in Europe, valued at 5.9 billion (4 billion GBP) in 2013 – then equivalent to nearly half of Albania’s gross domestic product and making it Europe’s biggest illegal cultivator of marijuana.

To protect their turf, narcotics barons had turned the area around Lazarat into a no-go zone, brooking no outside interference. Armed with rocket-propelled grenades and armour-piercing shells – and with millions available to grease the right pockets – the region was generating hundreds of tonnes of marijuana annually with residents even using private planes to distribute their drugs.

And the police stayed away. Or at least they stayed away until June 2014 when the Tirana authorities decided on a shock-and-awe display of force intended to reclaim the area for the state.

A new Socialist party government had taken office at the end of 2013 and pledged to combat corruption and organised crime – and to claim a place in the EU club of nations.

CEN Islamic State is raising cash for its terror campaign by running cannabis farms and shipping the drug to Britain. Pictured - Weapons and ammunition Albanian police confiscated in the village Lazarat
Guns: Rifles and ammo seized in a raid on jihadists in Lazarat

They decided to hit Lazarat hard, and backed up by helicopters and armoured personnel carriers, 800 heavily-armed police officers marched into the region. Against them the gangsters deployed their fearsome arsenal and unleashed shells, grenades, RPGs and machine guns on the forces of law and order.

Police occupied the town after fierce fighting, seizing 102 tonnes of marijuana and destroying 530,000 marijuana plants. The cannabis they torched left a cloud of smoke so thick it obscured even the local mosque. In the process they seized grenades, mortars and machine guns.

Read more: US Mafia will take on ISIS if terrorists launch attack on New York, mobster’s son claims

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http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/isis-seizes-4bn-drug-ring-7191800

Der CIA Verbrecher William Walker, Ex-OSCE Chef im Kosovo, erhält nun ein Denckmal im Kosovo

Kosovo und Albanien: AIDS, Korruption, Betrug, Raub, Mord und Prositution brachte „Westliche Wertgemeinschaft“

 

The Sex Worker and Albania’s Highest Court

Lindita Cela

Pamela (a pseudonym to protect her identity) was arrested in January last year in a well-known hotel in Tirana, in bed with two businessmen and a substantial quantity of cocaine.

A bar in Blloku, the upmarket Tirana entertainment district where some pimps and prostitutes work. Photo: BIRN/Ivana Dervishi

She is 18 years old. She started working as a prostitute when she was 14.

As a child, Pamela was abandoned by her mother and maltreated by her grandmother. She felt she had no alternative but to run away from home. She left in January 2011, not looking back once, wearing little more than slippers and a sweater.

She did not realise then that the price of her freedom would have to be paid in bed, with men of very different standing, from those with an air of sophistication to hardened drinkers. A close friend gave her shelter — but then explained she would have to earn her keep, by working as a prostitute.

A tall brunette with big black eyes, full lips and a seductive girlish smile, Pamela sold her body in different cities and towns — in Tirana, Durres, Vlora and Saranda. Bouncers, waiters, coffee shop owners, hotel receptionists and taxi drivers took care of providing clients.

She normally charged between €200 and €300. In a country where the average wage is around €260, only members of Albania’s economic elite could afford such prices.

Pamela doesn’t remember how many clients she had but knows they called her „the MPs‘ escort lady“ because she was rumoured to sell sex to politicians or „cocaine girl“. The police operation that resulted in her arrest was codenamed Model Girl. An unimaginative choice, but perhaps an indication of whom the police considered their main target. Not the two businessmen who had paid €300 to have sex with Pamela. They were not charged with any offence. Even their names were not made public.

Pamela, on the other hand, was sent to trial and convicted of working as a prostitute. She is serving her 18-month sentence at a rehabilitation centre for trafficking victims in Linza, on the outskirts of Tirana.

„Every day more and more girls work the streets,“ she says. „I might have met 300 of them. They’re as young as 13.“

There have been several attempts to decriminalise prostitution in Albania but all of them have failed. Politicians claim public opinion would not support such a change.

In 2013, parliament rejected a petition from the country’s anti-discrimination commissioner to strike prostitution from the criminal code. Some female members of parliament argued in vain that most sex workers were victims of human trafficking and should not be treated as criminals.

Last year, both the government and parliament campaigned against a similar proposal from the national High Court. On June 25, the Constitutional Court sided with the politicians. It ruled in favour of keeping Article 113 of the criminal code, which specifies that prostitution is an offence punishable by a fine or up to three years in prison.

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http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/blog/the-sex-worker-and-albania-s-highest-court-01-05-2016

Neues NATO Mitglied Montenegro: 2015 MAN OF THE YEAR IN ORGANIZED CRIME: Award: Milo Djukanovic

Wenn man den Titel von einer renomierten Website, der grössten Investigativen Organisation Weltweit von Investigativen Journalisten erhält, als Mann des Jahre der Organisierten Kriminalität (OCCRP is one of the world’s largest investigative reporting organizations, producing more than 60 investigative reports by some 120 journalists each year) ist es schon etwas Besonders.

Die dümmsten Lügen verbreitet das US Department of State, etliche nahe NGO’s, das Auswärtige Amt, was in dragisch Lächerliche inzwischen geht.

Immer mit Extrem Kriminellen, welche Nepotismus Kultur betreiben: Man landet beim Auswärtigen Amte, und immer wieder bei Frank Walter Steinmeier. Die Internationale OK, hat langfristig Mentoren und Financier und das Auswärtige Amt vorneweg nicht nur in der Ukraine, sondern schon viel früher auch mit Gernot Erler, Joschka Fischer und Co: dem Auswärtigen Amte. Zuletzt auch als Mentor mit dem selbst ernannten Nepotisten Diktator und arachischen Banditen rund um Mord, Drogen- und Zigaretten Schmuggel dem Barsani Clan im Nord Irak, um Öl dort zustehlen.

Was kostet ein Deutscher Aussenminister? extrem wenig, wenn man Montenegro als Leuchte der Demokratie verkauft

Germany: Steinmeier wants EU and NATO membership for Montenegro

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gekaufte Berufs Idioten an die Front: Montenegro und die korrupten AA Idioten

nato mafia

lt. Willy Wimmer einem Insider:

von Willy Wimmer, ehemaliger Staatssekretär im deutschen Verteidigungsministerium und Vizepräsident der Parlamentarischen Versammlung der OSZE

“ Nachdem ein deutscher Bundesaussenminister die Heroinproduktion in Afghanistan zum Grundpfeiler der wirtschaftlichen Entwicklung dieses Gemeinwesen umfunktioniert hatte, sollte man Beteuerungen dieser Art seitens europäischer Spitzenvertreter ohnehin keinen Glauben mehr schenken……

Die US Gangster welche auch in Montenegro herumirrten:

Betrugs US Vertreter in Tirana – Montenegro: Mark Crowford – AAEF – USAID Mafia der Amerikaner

 

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Einfach lächerlich, wenn der Steinmeier Murks umgehend auf der Website des Montenegro Regierung verkauft wird.

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2015 MAN OF THE YEAR IN ORGANIZED CRIME

Prime Minister of Montenegro, Milo Djukanovic

Milo Djukanović

OCCRP announces 2015 Organized Crime and Corruption ‘Person of the Year’ Award

The OCCRP award acknowledges those who best promote Uncivil Society

His first real job was as the Prime Minister of Montenegro. He has either been the President or Prime Minister for most of the nearly three decades of his career and the life of his country. While he casts himself as a progressive, pro-Western leader who recently helped his country join NATO and is on track to join the European Union, he has built one of the most dedicated kleptocracies and organized crime havens in the world.

For his work in creating an oppressive political atmosphere and an economy choked by corruption and money laundering, OCCRP honors Milo Djukanovic, Prime Minister of Montenegro, as OCCRP’s Person of the Year for his work in promoting crime, corruption and uncivil society.

“We really see this as a lifetime achievement award,” said OCCRP editor Drew Sullivan. “Nobody outside of (Russian President Vladimir) Putin has run a state that relies so heavily on corruption, organized crime and dirty politics. It is truly and thoroughly rotten to the core.”

Nominating Djukanovic this year was Vanja Calovic, Director of the Network for Affirmation of NGO Sector (MANS), a civil society organization based in Montenegro.

„This is a deserved award,” Calovic said. “Djukanovic, the last European dictator, has captured our country for his own private interests and turned it into safe haven for criminals. While he, his family and friends enriched themselves, ordinary people suffer from poverty, injustice and lawlessness, while those who dare to talk about the corruption become his targets.“

Each year, OCCRP reporters and partners nominate and vote for the Person of the Year. The Prime Minister came in first in a vote with more than 50 journalists in the network participating. Previous winners have been Russian President Vladimir Putin, Azerbaijan President Ilham Aliyev, and the Romanian Parliament.

Finishing a close second and third in the polling respectively were the wife and children of Azerbaijan President Ilham Aliyev and Macedonian Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski. The relatives of the Azerbaijani president own large chunks of the country’s economy and have worked to plunder the economy at the expense of the people. The Macedonian PM has wiretapped opposition parties and journalists, prosecuted political opponents and whitewashed murder investigations.

Djukanovic has a long history of befriending organized crime figures, involving himself in corrupt practices and bribing voters. He has been one of the world’s worst caretakers of government, often giving public money to cronies including organized criminals. His actions have left Montenegro with massive debts. Some of his career highlights include:

  • Djukanovic and his close associates engaged in extensive cigarette smuggling with the Italian Sacra Corona Unita and Camorra crime families. He was indicted in Bari and freely admitted the trade but said his country needed money. He invoked diplomatic immunity to get the charges dropped.
  • While he claims to have stopped the smuggling, OCCRP found an island off the coast financed by his family bank and owned by his good friend Stanko Subotic, a controversial businessman who was three times indicted but never convicted of cigarette smuggling related activities. The island was run by Djukanovic’s head of security and was being used to smuggle cigarettes with some of the same organized crime figures who were previously involved.
  • He has made Montenegro a safe haven for a slew of controversial and organized crime figures over the years, including Darko Saric, Stanko Subotic, Naser Kelmendi, Safet Kalic, Brano Micunovic and others.
  • When a state bank was privatized, it went to his family, and his government put huge amounts of the state’s money in it. Then they used it to launder money for organized crime and give big loans to organized crime, themselves and their friends. When the loans were not repaid, Djukanovic bailed out the family bank by forcing the Parliament to adopt a special law. There is no proof the bailout loans were ever repaid. To provide needed cash for the insolvent bank, he sold the state electrical company and required the proceeds go to the family bank. When the Central Bank objected to the illegal activity at the bank, Djukanovic fired the governor and replaced him with someone from the family bank, thus violating the longstanding independence of the Central Bank.
  • His government has almost never looked into any scandal reported by the media. His handpicked prosecutors are famous for investigating leaks to journalists but not crime figures or corrupt deals–unless to do so benefits Djukanovic.
  • He has sold large chunks of the Montenegrin coastline to very dodgy figures including controversial Russian businessmen, Azerbaijani companies controlled by that country’s First Family, and corrupt Middle Eastern interests.
  • In 2015, Djukanovic borrowed close to US$ 1 billion for construction of a 41-kilometer-long section of highway, pushing the public debt to more than 60 percent of the GDP and violating European debt standards.
  • Since 2006, Djukanovic has used state money to provide € 300 million in state guarantees for loans taken out by private companies. There was no interest required. More than half of those loans — €184 million– were never repaid, leaving Montenegrin citizens stuck with the debt. Most of it–€130 million—is owed by Oleg Deripaska, a Russian aluminum tycoon and one of the world’s richest men.
  • Djukanovic’s government offered citizenship to then-wanted regional drug kingpin Darko Saric. Citizenship would have been granted had Serbia allowed Saric to give up his Serbian citizenship.
  • State newspapers have been used to smear journalists and activists who point out the rampant corruption.

While he pays lip service to fighting corruption and occasionally makes an arrest, it is usually in his own interest, such as the recent indictment of a political adversary.

Montenegro and Djukanovic still offer a haven for organized crime and we suspect this will continue until Djukanovic leaves office for good. Djukanovic is, however, good at playing various political interests against each other and has so far avoided serious international sanctions.

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http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/article/djukanovic-beats-gruevski-as-organized-crime-person-of-the-year-12-31-2015

Romanian Anti-Corruption Prosecutors Seize Billionaire’s Assets

Romanian Anti-Corruption Prosecutors Seize Billionaire’s Assets

Jailed agriculture magnate Ioan Niculae, Romania’s richest man, still controls some 50,000 hectares of agricultural land.

21 December 2015

Billionaire Ioan Niculae (pictured), already serving a two-and-a-half-year prison sentence for illegally financing Romania’s Social Democratic Party (PSD) in the 2009 elections, has had assets seized under another criminal investigation.

 

Romania’s National Anti-Corruption Directorate (DNA) seized $ 2.7 million worth of property owned by InterAgro, a fertilizer and agricultural conglomerate he controlled, the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project writes, citing local media.

 

Romanian prosecutors alleged this week that Niculae has been a party to corruption, tax evasion, buying influence and abetting money laundering, and that Niculae’s companies InterAgro and Intervitt were involved in a major money laundering scheme, Romania Insider reports.

 

The property seized included 43 plots of land covering more than 100 hectares, two farms, a hotel complex, pastures and apartment buildings, according to the DNA, which had outlined aspects of the investigation in a July press release.

 

Through his companies, Niculae still reportedly manages approximately 50,000 hectares of agricultural land and owns 170 hectares of vineyards.

 

The DNA claimed that Niculae bribed Gheorge Bunea Stancu, the former chairman of the Braila County Council Stancu, to intervene with government officials, with bribes allegedly made to high-level officials to obtain tax incentives and public subsidies for the fertilizer produced by InterAgro, Mediafax reported (in Romanian).

 

“In the 2009 indictment, prosecutors showed that Stancu used his influence and authority as chairman of the Braila County PSD to breach legal provisions on party financing and took a [$ 1.08 million] loan from Niculae to support the election campaign of PSD presidential candidate Mircea Geoana,” the OCCRP writes.

 

  • Niculae, who owns top flight soccer club Astra Giurgiu, once paid 50,000 euros to shoot an elephant in South Africa, and have it stuffed and shipped to his home, the Mail Online reported.

 

  • Eight years after joining the EU, and 13 years after the DNA was set up, “Romania seems to be finally getting serious with organized crime” the BBC wrote in February, following the arrest of Elena Udrea, a former minister of tourism and former presidential candidate dubbed „the president’s blonde.“

 

  • Last year, the DNA, which relies on the secret services for wiretaps of senior figures, convicted 1,138 leading public figures, including top politicians, business executives, judges and prosecutors, according to the BBC.

 

  • Victor Ponta, Romania’s only sitting prime minister to face trial over allegations of fraud, tax evasion and money laundering, resigned in November. A third of Romania’s political elite face prosecution or are already in jail, a third fear they will be, and a third still think themselves untouchable, TOL columnist Martin Ehl writes.

 

  • Romania’s corruption-fighting efforts have yet to convince foreign investors it is a safe place to do business, The Economist says. The country came 69th last year in Transparency International corruption index, showing no improvement from its 2013 ranking.

Montenegro Arrests Ex-President Svetozar Marovic for Corruption

17 Dec 15

Montenegro Arrests Ex-President Marovic for Corruption

The former president of Serbia and Montenegro Svetozar Marovic was arrested on Thursday in connection to a long-running corruption case concerning his hometown of Budva.

Dusica Tomovic
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 Svetozar Marovic | Photo:Facebook.

The Special Prosecutor’s Office for Organized Crime in Montenegro ordered the arrest of the former president of the state union of Serbia and Montenegro Svetozar Marovic on Thursday.

Marovic, who chairs the political council of the ruling Democratic Party of Socialists, DPS, was arrested in connection to corruption cases centred on the resort of Budva.

The prosecution ordered 72 hours of detention for Marovic „on the reasonable suspicion that he committed a felony.“

Marovic has pleaded not guilty, his lawyer, Zdravko Begovic, told reporters after the hearing.

Marovic, formerly the speaker of the Montenegrin parliament, is the highest ranking Montenegrin official to be arrested so far in connection with corruption claims.

Prosecutors have for years been investigating corruption claims about Marovic’s hometown of Budva, on suspicion that the local budget has been damaged to the tune of 120 million euros.

Tbe special prosecutor for organize crime, Milivoje Katnic, hinted earlier at the possibility of Marovic’s arrest, saying that the prosecution already „identified the head of an organized crime group in Budva.

„The prosecution believes it has collected enough evidence to take these actions and to expand the investigation to the organizer of these criminal groups,“ Katnic said in November.

All the other key actors in the „Budva affair“ were arrested over the last two months, and pleaded guilty to multi-million euro misuses.

On November 30, the state prosecutor charged ex-mayor of Budva Lazar Radjenovic and several other officials from Budva with abuse of office.

The Montenegrin state prosecutor on Monday charged ex-mayor Lazar Radjenovic and several other officials from the scandal-hit resort town of Budva with abuse of office and costing the local budget eight million euros. – See more at: http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/article/montenegro-charges-ex-mayor-of-scandal-hit-resort-12-01-2015#sthash.6zb246kn.dpuf
The Montenegrin state prosecutor on Monday charged ex-mayor Lazar Radjenovic and several other officials from the scandal-hit resort town of Budva with abuse of office and costing the local budget eight million euros. – See more at: http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/article/montenegro-charges-ex-mayor-of-scandal-hit-resort-12-01-2015#sthash.6zb246kn.dpuf
The Montenegrin state prosecutor on Monday charged ex-mayor Lazar Radjenovic and several other officials from the scandal-hit resort town of Budva with abuse of office and costing the local budget eight million euros. – See more at: http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/article/montenegro-charges-ex-mayor-of-scandal-hit-resort-12-01-2015#sthash.6zb246kn.dpuf
The Montenegrin state prosecutor on Monday charged ex-mayor Lazar Radjenovic and several other officials from the scandal-hit resort town of Budva with abuse of office and costing the local budget eight million euros. – See more at: http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/article/montenegro-charges-ex-mayor-of-scandal-hit-resort-12-01-2015#sthash.6zb246kn.dpufMarovic’s on Milos, his brother Dragan Marovic and aunt Mirjana Marovic are already in custody. The process is running against his daughter Milena Marovic- Bogdanovic and his son mother-in-law, Dragica Popovic.

The new charges have put the spotlight back on the issue of corruption in Montenegro in general and within the ruling DPS, led by Prime Minister Djukanovic.

While some say the arrests and trials show that Montenegro is finally dealing with high-level corruption, others believe that all that is happening is a settling of scores within the ruling party.

The European Union has made a more effective fight against organized crime and corruption one of Montenegro’s seven key priorities if it wants to advance towards membership. It has been frequently urged to prosecute more high-profile corruption cases.

http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/article/montenegro-arrest-former-president-on-corruption-claims-12-17-2015

NATO Style: FBI Busts Romanian Investor for Bribery of US Air Force Major

Authorities in multiple European countries dismantled a transnational organized crime group responsible for the theft of more than 300 high-end cars, according to a Europol and Eurojust press release on Tuesday.

FBI Busts Romanian Investor for Bribery of US Air Force Major

A Sacramento federal court charged Dumitru Martin, a Romanian investor, with bribing a United States Air Force major in order to win a US $10.4 million military contract according to the The Sacramento Bee newspaper.

HandcuffsHandcuffsMartin, a shareholder of Polaris Constanta, a major sanitation services company in Constanta, Romania, wanted to provide storage transport services to the Air Force at their Mihail Kogalniceanu base in Romania according to the Romanian Insider.

Through a holding company called Polaris M Holding, Martin paid US $100,000 in September in what was allegedly the final payment of a US $1 million bribe to a Travis Air Force Base major whose squadron was contracting the company’s services.

The major cooperated with FBI agents according to an unsealed affidavit.

Romanian local news agency Constata News reported that bidding for the contract began in February 2015 and the contract was valued at US $22 million. Polaris knew the price offered by its competitors and bid a lower amount. However, Martin’s company was prevented from signing the contract because of a Romanian National Anti-Corruption Directorate (DNA) investigation.

Martin was arrested by undercover FBI agents in a sting operation on December 1 at the San Francisco International Airport according to Romanian Insider. Two agents who have been investigating Martin for over a year posed as intermediaries for the deal.

Undercover FBI agents met with Martin and his accomplices in New York, San Francisco, Budapest and Sacramento and exchanged several e-mails in regards to the deal. The FBI also recorded the meetings covertly according to The Sacramento Bee.

Martin was travelling under the presumption that he was going to more meetings in regards to the contract with the base.

“While pursuing the investigation, I was made aware that Romanian law enforcement was investigating Polaris for corruption and paying bribes to Romanian city and state officials,” said FBI Special Agent Matthew Young who is handling the case.

Constata News explained that the FBI investigation started at about the same time the DNA started a prosecution against Eduard Martin, Dumitru Martin’s nephew and a deputy in Romania’s parliament, for similar offences. His nephew allegedly bribed Constata Mayor Radu Mazăre to win public contracts.

Martin will appeal his arrest on December 14.