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Der Partner von Bodo Hombach: Miskovic might be sentenced to 19 and half years behind bars

Miskovic might be sentenced to 19 and half years behind bars
Miskovic might be sentenced to 19 and half years behind bars
Miroslav Miskovic, owner of the Delta Holding, his son Marko and Milo Djuraskovic, owner of the Nibens Group might be sentenced…»

Exclusively: Minutes from Beko’s testifying

Exclusively: Minutes from Beko’s testifying

Testifying by Milan Beko regarding business dealing of the Belgrade Port caused different interpretations in public especially… »

Blic learns: Milan Beko accuses his former partner Miskovic
Blic learns: Milan Beko accuses his former partner Miskovic
Businessman Milan Beko said during hearing at the police yesterday that he ‘was transferring the money from the Belgrade… »
For five Dollars one can buy three times less in Serbia than in USA
For five Dollars one can buy three times less in Serbia than in USA

A portal www.buzzfeed.com carried out a research as to how much food can be bought for five Dollars in various countries. The prices compared were those of bananas, coffee, meet, beer, potato, rice and…»

 

Kosovo organ trafficking scandal widens

Kosovo organ trafficking scandal widens

 

EU prosecutors to  investigate if key government figures were involved

Eric Randolph

Sunday, 5 May 2013

EU prosecutors will investigate key government figures in Kosovo for any involvement in an international organ trafficking network that lured poor donors into the country, harvested their kidneys and sold them to wealthy recipients for huge profits, sources close to the case have confirmed.

Shaip Muja, a member of parliament and former health adviser to the current Prime Minister, Hashim Thaci, is expected be one of eight people indicted in a second round of investigations into the activities of the Medicus clinic in the Kosovan capital of Pristina, where at least 24 illegal transplants took place in 2008.

Five people were last week found guilty of human trafficking and illegal organ transplants in the first phase of the trial, including the urologist Lutfi Dervishi, the clinic’s director, and his son, Arban, who were sentenced to eight and seven years respectively. It is thought to be the first time in the world that medical doctors have been found complicit in human trafficking and organised crime.

The EU’s rule of law mission, known as Eulex, says it cannot yet confirm the identities of those it is investigating in the second phase. But an amended indictment introduced towards the end of the first trial said the Medicus doctors held “repeated consultations and several meetings with senior officials in the government of Kosovo”, including Mr Muja and the then Minister of Health, Alush Gashi.

Jonathan Ratel, the lead prosecutor, told The Independent: “The new investigation emerges directly out of evidence given in the first trial, including witnesses, as identified in the amended indictment.”

Mr Muja testified during the trial that he had met the doctors, who had applied for a licence to conduct transplants. He denied knowledge of the trafficking ring.

Interpol is still hunting the Turkish surgeon Yusuf Sonmez, dubbed “Dr Frankenstein” in the Turkish media, who is said to have conducted most of the operations at the Medicus clinic. Mr Ratel believes he is continuing his operations in South Africa, having escaped house detention in Istanbul.

The Medicus scandal first came to light in 2008 when a Turkish man collapsed at Pristina airport after selling his kidney at the clinic. It gradually emerged that dozens of impoverished donors had been trafficked into Kosovo from several countries, including Russia, Moldova and Ukraine. Some were paid as little as $10,000 (£8,400) for their kidney, which was then sold to recipients, mostly from Israel, for as much as $130,000.

Expanding investigations to include government figures close to Mr Thaci puts the EU in a difficult position. Sources close to the investigation say there has been a reluctance among top officials in Brussels to press ahead with the organ trafficking trial in case it upsets Kosovo’s fragile transition process.

They claim it is only the determination of individual prosecutors that has kept the trial alive.

“There is a perception Eulex doesn’t want to rock the boat with too many high-level indictments. Stability is priority No 1 for the international community,” said a Western diplomat on condition of anonymity.

Kosovo declared independence from Serbia in 2008. Two weeks ago, Serbia agreed to recognise Kosovo’s sovereignty for the first time, but implementing the agreement is fraught with difficulties due to opposition from some of the Serb minority inside Kosovo.

In January, Eulex’s outgoing deputy head of mission, Andy Sparkes, admitted that political pressure was hindering progress on corruption cases. “There are occasions when [stability] can sit uneasily with the requirements of the rule of law,” he told the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network…

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/kosovo-organ-trafficking-scandal-widens-8604567.html?origin=internalSearch#

Sahit Muaj – Lufti Dervishi – German Professors: Kosovo Convicts Five Over Human Organ Trafficking

Shaip Muja, the UCK doctor and high criminal in Tirana and Kosovo.

“Medikus”, hetohet ish-ministri i Shëndetësisë
07/05/2013

Naser Kelmendi and – Police Swoop on Suspected Gangsters in Bosnia

Monday, 16 November 2009
By The Center for Investigative Reporting in Sarajevo.
Naser Kelmendi, whose alleged drug dealing has long made him a target of Balkan law enforcement agencies, is facing more scrutiny after SIPA made a special presentation to Interpol in Lyon, France outlining what it calls his criminal network. 

Naser Kelmendi

Naser Kelmendi

Three law enforcement agencies in Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH) have spent years investigating Naser Kelmendi, a Sarajevo businessman who came to the country from Kosovo soon after the war in BiH and built what investigators describe as a Balkan criminal empire.

Kelmendi, his sons and his half-brother, Bećir, run a number of firms in BiH, Montenegro, Serbia and Kosovo, and do business with some of the region’s big businessmen.

The State Investigation and Protection Agency (SIPA) has collected an extensive dossier on Kelmendi, 52, who they say has a criminal organization with connections to influential people.

Federation of BiH (FBiH) police officials say their colleagues across Europe are acquainted with his history; SIPA officials gave a presentation on Kelmendi to Interpol in Lyon, France in 2008.

Although there have been numerous complaints against him, he has never been to trial in BiH.

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Godfather of the Bosnia Mafia and Security Minister: Fahrudin Radončić and his Partner Mafia Boss: Naser Kelmendi 

13 Sep 12 / 11:14:19
Police Swoop on Suspected Gangsters in Bosnia

Bosnian police arrested 25 suspected criminals and raided dozens of sites in what has been called the “largest police action since the [1995] Dayton Accords”.

Elvira M. Jukic

BIRN

Sarajevo The police action, codenamed „Lutka“, [„Doll“], conducted on September 12 at locations in towns across Bosnia, resulted in the arrest of 25 suspected members of organized Balkan crime rings, police said.

The Bosnian Prosecutor’s Office on Wednesday said that all relevant police agencies had joined the State Investigative and Protection Agency, SIPA, in investigating at least six unsolved murders and attempted murders, major bank robberies and other grave criminal acts.

“This action is the most extensive action in the fight against the organized crime in post-Dayton Bosnia,” the Prosecutor’s office said, referring to the accord that ended the 1992-5 war in the country.

“This is an investigation into several criminal groups… and significant collaboration of police and judicial agencies was achieved with neighboring countries, where a number of the suspects also reside,” the Bosnian Prosecutor said on Wednesday.

The crimes in which the arrested men are suspected of involvement relate to the last ten years and include some of the biggest murder cases in post-war Bosnia.

Among the raided locations, SIPA raided the Hotel Casa Grande in Ilidza, near Sarajevo, owned by Naser Kelmendi, an alleged Balkan drugs boss.

Asked about Kelmendi, the director of SIPA, Goran Zubac, said in Sarajevo on Wednesday that he could not give any exact details, but he divulged that some of the arrested men were state officials, including members of SIPA.

The Center for Investigative Journalism, CIN Bosnia, reported that the arrested men include Bojan Cvijan, former chief of the Narcotics Department in SIPA, and Ljubisa Lalovic, a former employee of the Bosnian Border Police.

Zubac said that some of the arrested men “were part of the security and other structures of the Bosnian authorities.

“This is the beginning of the end of organized crime in Bosnia and Herzegovina,” Zubac claimed.

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http://www.balkaninsight.com

Election in Albania: Chaos – Albania Nationalists Divided Ahead of Polls

29 Apr 13
Albania Nationalists Divided Ahead of Polls

Key officials from the nationalist Red and Black Alliance have left the party, accusing its leader Kreshnik Spahiu of ignoring their opinions two months before parliamentary elections.

Besar Likmeta
BIRN

Tirana

Red and Back Alliance leader Kreshnik Spahiu

“Spahiu is not acting in the national interest but rather for personal interests,” said Dashamir Uruci, the party’s secretary for economic affairs, who resigned on Monday.

Meanwhile the party’s agriculture secretary, Ago Nezha, who also resigned, said in an interview with the daily Shekulli that Spahiu ran the party as his own business.

“When it came to decision-making, [decisions] were not taken in a collegial way,” he said.

“Decisions were taken in a clandestine and diabolic manner,” he added.

According to local media, nearly two dozen members of the presidency of the Red and Black Alliance resigned after its leader Spahiu announced that it would not join the Socialist-led opposition coalition ahead of the June 23 parliamentary elections.

“Spahiu did not even ask when he decided to run alone in the elections,” Uruci claimed.

A spokesperson for the Red and Black Alliance was not reachable for comment on Monday.

The Socialists have accused Spahi of covertly conspiring with Prime Minister Sali Berisha to bleed votes from the opposition ranks.

In a blog published on Wednesday, Socialist leader Edi Rama said that Spahiu had asked to nominate five MPs from the Socialist electoral roll in order to join the opposition coalition.

“It’s a shame that he used national symbols in order save the corrupt regime [of Prime Minister Sali Berisha], which he claims to be fighting,” Rama wrote.

In an interview with the daily Panorama, Spahiu denied seeking to include his party members in the Socialist MP list, and said the disagreement with the Socialist Party was ideological.

“Our two main conditions for a coalition were the removal of the border with Kosovo and a pact to jail Berisha, which were categorically refused,” Spahiu said.

…..http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/article/albania-nationalists-divided-ahead-of-polls

 

01 May 13
OSCE Urges End to Albania Poll Row

The OSCE has called for the power struggle between Albanian political parties to control the Central Electoral Commission to be resolved before the June 23 parlimentary elections.

Serbia: Report of the Commission for Investigating the Killings of Journalists

Reports

Report of the Commission for Investigating the Killings of Journalists
9.04.2013. | Comments: 0 A session of the commission (B92)

The Commission was established two months ago with the aim of making additional efforts in investigating the reasons as to why the murderers and those who ordered the killings of the journalists Dada Vujasinovic, Slavko Curuvija and Milan Pantic were

 

Gendarmerie Commander under investigation for two years and a half

Gendarmerie Commander under investigation for two years and a half

Investigation on crime in the Gendarmerie, the most elite police unit and its Commander Bratislav Dikic was launched by the Police Administration for Crime in cooperation with the Prosecution on January…»

Albanian`s election?

 

18 Apr 13
Albania Election Commission Row Alarms US

The Unites States expressed concern on Monday that a power struggle among Albanian parties to control the Central Electoral Commission, CEC, will hamper the June 23 elections.

Besar Likmeta
BIRN

Tirana

Waiting for the voting centre to open – Albanian parliamentary elections, Vlora, 3 July 2005 | Photo by : OSCE/Karin Fallman

“We are concerned about the political tensions that we have noticed, as we head toward this election process,” Jonathan Moore, Director for Southern and Central European Affairs in the US State Department said in Tirana.

Moore visited Tirana on the heels of a controversial vote in parliament on Monday, which sacked a member of the Central Electoral Commission, CEC, who had been proposed by the Socialist Movement for Integration, LSI.

A former junior government partner, the LSI left the government two weeks ago to join the Socialist-led opposition ahead of the June 23 parliamentary elections.

The opposition condemned the vote, arguing that there was no legal basis to dismiss the commissioner and that his sacking put the independence of the CEC at risk.

The CEC is a seven-member collegial body tasked with overseeing elections in Albania. Although, its members are proposed by political parties, with a formula that grants the

ruling coalition the right to propose four of the seven members, the CEC is considered an independent institution.

Two other member of the CEC, who had been proposed by the opposition Socialists, resigned in protest on Monday and Tuesday after parliament sacked their colleague, describing the move as unconstitutional.

A third member, from the Union for Human Rights, the Greek minority party, suspended work in protest on Thursday, bringing the commission to a standstill.

According to the electoral code, over the next two days the Socialist-led opposition needs to nominate two new candidates for the CEC, then to be approved in parliament. However, the Socialists have declared that they will withhold the nominations.

Moore said that parliament’s decision to sack the CEC commissioner was highly questionable from a legal basis; however, parties had to find a way to move the process forward, he added.

“We want the CEC to function, because if this does not happen, there will be no elections on June 23,” he concluded.

http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/article/us-concerned-over-albania-s-election-row

Skandal: Alters seniler PPE Vorsitzender: Wilfried Martens plabbert dem Gangster Salih Berisha, wie ein Kind Alles nach

Slavisa Sovtic, the Chief for Fight Against organized crime (UBPOK) – Stronger than any mafia?

Slavisa Sovtic, new SBPOK Chief

The newest joke in serbia!

Stronger than any mafia

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‘I am not going to make any promises but I can say that the police are working on the arrest of Darko Saric’, Slavisa Sovtic, the new Chief-of-Staff of the Service for Fight Against organized crime (UBPOK) says in his interview with Blic.

Slavisa Sovtic

According to his words the police are also working on locating and arrest of all other members of Saric’s criminal group. One of five men who took part in establishment of the UBPOK and then SBPOK, claims to be acquainted with all measures undertaken in fight against organized crime. He is convinced that his experience and approach to problems shall considerably contribute to tackling of the crime.

 

 

Q: The First Deputy Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic said that ‘Saric shall be arrested in the first half of the year’?
‘The police do not like to talk about deadlines but I am sure that all steps and actions shall be undertaken that the timing that Mr. Vucic mentioned is fulfilled’.

 

Q: What is the first thing you shall do as the SBPOK Chief-of-Staff?

‘I shall insist on the operational work. The SBPOK is the most important segment of the fight against organized crime and corruption. I can promise undertaking of even more intensive action in the period to come so that the State shows that it is stronger that any mafia’.

 

Q: What has been, according to your opinion, the biggest challenge in your career?
‘That is cooperation with police of other countries or continents, the South America, the West Europe and the region. It is difficult to persuade colleagues you know by exchanged mails only that criminals from international wanted lists are in their territories. Some of such actions lasted for months, some for years. We have passed that exam’.

 

Q: Can you mention an action you think to be the most difficult one?
‘That was the beginning of 2000 and destruction of the Zemun gang, then identification of Darko Saric’s group. Both cases are specific and very difficult’.

 

Q: Some of your colleagues told us that you are a professional without mercy. Why do they say so?
‘They say so probably because I insist on work, order, discipline, honesty and determination’.

 

Biography
Slavisa Sovtic graduated from the Faculty of Security. He has been working at the Home Ministry since 1992. As of 2000 he has been a member of an operational working group that worked on tackling the most complex forms of crime.
He has been awarded for the results of his work. He used to work on the cases of murder, abduction, extortion and blackmailing. From 2003 to 2006 he was that department’s chief. At that time he was decorated for merits in the sphere of defense and security. From 2006 until April 2013 he was chief-of-staff of the Department for Criminal-Operational Analytics. He is member of the Commission dealing with investigations on murder of journalists. http://english.blic.rs/In-Focus/9582/Stronger-than-any-mafia/print

Montenegrin Crime Figure Assasinated: Anton Stanaj – Partner of VW / Roksped

Montenegrin Crime Figure Assasinated
Tuesday, 12 March 2013 17:42

Anton

By Bojana Jovanovic and Stevan Dojcinovic

Anton Stanaj, a Montenegrin business owner and convicted cigarette-smuggling kingpin, was killed Friday in Sudan, allegedly murdered in his hotel room.

After serving three-and-a-half years in prison in Serbia for his role as the head of a group of international cigarette smuggleres, Stanaj was free on an usnusual agreement after posting „bail“ of €400,000 that granted him the ability to travel before serving the remainder of his 6-year sentence.

According to court records, Stanaj ran a cigarette smuggling group using the business structure and connections of his family company, Roksped, which is the exclusive importer of cigarettes for Montenegro.

The company, owned by Anton’s father, Rocco Stanaj, imported cigarettes from 2004 to 2007 into Montenegro via offshore companies registered in Cyprus and in Delaware, and then sold those cigarettes tax-free in Montenegro.

Records show that the imported cigarettes were also smuggled into Serbia, and from there to Croatia, Hungary, Austria, Slovenia and other countries in the European Union.

The indictment by the Special Prosecutor for Organized Crime in Serbia alleges that in addition to the original smuggled and counterfeit cigarettes, the company also sold cigarettes it purchased from other manufacturers in Dubai, Greece, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Germany, China and Serbia.

Despite Anton Stanaj being arrested and tried for smuggling cigarettes, the Roksped company was never investigated for its role in the scam. Instead, the company was involved in the privatization of agricultural companies and wineries in Serbia.

Even Japan Tobacco International (JTI), one of the largest international cigarette companies, did not want to terminate its relationship with Roksped despite the fact that two JTI brands, Winston and Monte Carlo, were among those Stanaj smuggled. The company has so far remained the exclusive distributor for JTI in Montenegro.

Former minister in Stanaj Network

Serbian authorities never launched an investigation into the Stanaj family’s financial operations in Serbia, and therefore never determined where the company invested its cigarette smuggling proceeds.

However, research by the Center for Investigative Journalism in Serbia (CINS) and the regional network of journalists at the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) revealed that Anton Stanaj had business contacts in high places. He worked not only with players in the criminal world, but also with well-known Serbian businessmen like Bogdan Rodic, and even with the former Minister of Energy from Djindjic’s government, Goran Novakovic.

Anton Stanaj’s closest collaborator, however, was his friend Zoran Copic, who was indicted in Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina for several crimes including laundering money for fugitive drug boss Darko Saric.

Copic’s business deals in Serbia were mostly done through Roksped’s Serbian subsidiaries Europamont, based in Novi Sad. According to an investigation by OCCRP/CINS, that company, both in partnership with Copic and independently, bought interests in the many companies, including Agrovojvodina, Agrocoop, Zmaj, Stanisic, Banat seeds, Mlinpek, Erdevik, Secer + or „Sugar Plus“, MEA and Panonliv.
dragon
The business scheme of the Zmaj company

Copic confirmed to OCCRP reporters that he also participated in the privatizations with Roksped, saying that Anton Stanaj and his brother Nuo were long-time friends of Copic’s.

Most of the privatizations ended in bankruptcy.

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Montenegrin Crime Figure Assasinated

Tuesday, 12 March 2013 17:42
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Anton

By Bojana Jovanovic and Stevan Dojcinovic

Anton Stanaj, a Montenegrin business owner and convicted cigarette-smuggling kingpin, was killed Friday in Sudan, allegedly murdered in his hotel room.

After serving three-and-a-half years in prison in Serbia for his role as the head of a group of international cigarette smuggleres, Stanaj was free on an usnusual agreement after posting „bail“ of €400,000  that granted him the ability to travel before serving the remainder of his 6-year sentence.

According to court records, Stanaj ran a cigarette smuggling group using the business structure and connections of his family company, Roksped, which is the exclusive importer of cigarettes for Montenegro.

The company, owned by Anton’s father, Rocco Stanaj, imported cigarettes from 2004 to 2007 into Montenegro via offshore companies registered in Cyprus and in Delaware, and then sold those cigarettes tax-free in Montenegro.

Records show that the imported cigarettes were also smuggled into Serbia, and from there to Croatia, Hungary, Austria, Slovenia and other countries in the European Union.

The indictment by the Special Prosecutor for Organized Crime in Serbia alleges that in addition to the original smuggled and counterfeit cigarettes, the company also sold cigarettes it purchased from other manufacturers in Dubai, Greece, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Germany, China and Serbia.

Despite Anton Stanaj being arrested and tried for smuggling cigarettes, the Roksped company was never investigated for its role in the scam. Instead, the company was involved in the privatization of agricultural companies and wineries in Serbia.

Even Japan Tobacco International (JTI), one of the largest international cigarette companies, did not want to terminate its relationship with Roksped despite the fact that two JTI brands, Winston and Monte Carlo, were among those Stanaj smuggled. The company has so far remained the exclusive distributor for JTI in Montenegro.

Former minister in Stanaj Network

Serbian authorities never launched an investigation into the Stanaj family’s financial operations in Serbia, and therefore never determined where the company invested its cigarette smuggling proceeds.

However, research by the Center for Investigative Journalism in Serbia (CINS) and the regional network of journalists at the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) revealed that Anton Stanaj had business contacts in high places. He worked not only with players in the criminal world, but also with well-known Serbian businessmen like Bogdan Rodic, and even with the former Minister of Energy from Djindjic’s government, Goran Novakovic.

Anton Stanaj’s closest collaborator, however, was his friend Zoran Copic, who was indicted in Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina for several crimes including laundering money for fugitive drug boss Darko Saric.

Copic’s business deals in Serbia were mostly done through Roksped’s Serbian subsidiaries Europamont, based in Novi Sad. According to an investigation by OCCRP/CINS, that company, both in partnership with Copic and independently, bought interests in the many companies, including Agrovojvodina, Agrocoop, Zmaj, Stanisic, Banat seeds, Mlinpek, Erdevik, Secer + or „Sugar Plus“, MEA and Panonliv.

dragon

The business scheme of the Zmaj company

Copic confirmed to OCCRP reporters that he also participated in the privatizations with Roksped, saying that Anton Stanaj and his brother Nuo were long-time friends of Copic’s.

Most of the privatizations ended in bankruptcy.

Almost 4 million in tenders

Stanaj’s indictment in Serbia did not affect Roksped’s business in Montenegro. Instead, according to records obtained by OCCRP and CINS, Roksped went on to secure public procurement jobs worth €3.8 million  in the years after the charges, including a job selling tens of thousands of euros worth of cars and spare parts to the various Montenegrin government bodies. All of these deals were made while Stanaj was in prison.

Montenegrin media have not been writing about Stanaj’s criminal activities, presumably for fear of angering Roksped executives, who control the distribution of newspapers in Montenegro.

Criminal associates

According to a report CINS / OCCRP obtained from the State Agency for Investigation and Protection Agency of Bosnia and Herzegovina (SIPA), the Stanaj family is working closely with Naser Kelmendi, one of the most high-profile drug dealers in the region. Kelmendi,  who is originally from Kosovo, spent part of his life in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and is now a fugitive.

In the same report, SIPA said that Anton Stanaj had close business ties with Ekrem Luka, one of the richest people in Kosovo, who controls the Serbian-Albanian mafia and drug trafficking between Pristina and Belgrade.

An agency called Laveco established Delaware-based companies for Stanaj. Laszlo Kiss, a Romanian businessman charged with money laundering and complicity in embezzlement was one of the formation agents of Laveco when Stanaj’s firm was registered.  Kiss was a representative for the former Taylor network, a New Zealand based registration company that registered firms for Hezbollah, organized crime groups and many other criminal groups.

Anton isn’t the only member of the Stanaj family with a criminal record. His brother, Nuo Stanaj was indicted in Serbia in 2011 for abuse of privatization, along with Copic. The indictment states that Nuo Stanaj, one of the owners of Agrocoop from August 2006 to February 2007, took part in the unlawful sale of corporate assets in Belgrade…..https://reportingproject.net/occrp/index.php/en/ccwatch/cc-watch-indepth/1878-montenegrin-crime-figure-assasinated

Varrimi-i-Anton-Stanaj

Biznismeni shqiptar nga Mali i Zi, Anton Stanaj, i vrarë para disa ditësh në Sudan besohet se është vrarë prej një shqiptari nga Kosova.

Mujo Sefa dyshohet se ka vrarë bashkëpronarin e kompanisë që drejtonin.

Nikolla Plumaj bashkëpunëtor i të dyve, i cili ka mbetur i plagosur thotë ata kanë punuar për transportimin e OKB-së
Trupi i Stanajevo ishte dërguar mbrëmë, rreth orës 21:00 në Podgoricë, pas rreth 19 orë me aeroplan nga Stambolli, arriti në Tiranë, ku u prit me brohorima nga vëllai Nuo, anëtarët e familjes dhe miqtë e shumtë.

“Ne kemi pasur një punë ku kamionëve të transportit. Ne kemi punuar për transportimin e OKB-së dhe OJQ-të nga Kenia në jug të Sudanit”, tha Plumaj.

Plumaj tregon se ai u vra me plumbin e parë.

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SPD Partner und VW General Vertreter in Montenegro – Drogen Boss: Anton Stanaj im Sudan hingerichtet

Anton Stanaj, Einer der Grossen, mit den üblichen Firmen Groupen von Hotels, Baufirmen und Tankstellen! Hier bei der Festnahme vor Jahren und anschliessenden Verurteilung.

VW – die Mafia Familie der Stanaj (Anton Stanaj) in Montenegro

seine Firmen:

ROKŠPED DOO Podgorica Company records
HOME DEPO DOO Company records
S PRESS DOO Company records
MONTENEGRO TRANS DOO Company records
ŠTAMPA AD Ownership
PRIVE PETROL DOO Company records
BALKAN GROUP MONTENEGRO DOO Company records
STANAX DOO Company records
GASTRON INVEST & TRADE Company records
KERNEL BUSINESS CORP. Company records
ROKŠPED VOJVODINA DOO Company records
EUROPAMONT DOO Company records
EUROPAMONT DOO List of aircraft by users
M.E.A. DOO Company records
PANONLIV DOO Company records
ŠEĆER PLUS DOO Company records
VRŠAČKI VINOGRADI AD purchase contract
AGROCOOP AD Central Securities Depository
ELNOS AGROVOJVODINA AD Central Securities Depository
STANIŠIĆ AD Central Securities Depository
Serbian Ministry of Interior, Information for public, 14.04.2011
AGROSTAN INVESTMENTS DOO Company records
AGROSTAN PLUS DOO Company records
Serbian Ministry of Interior, Information for public, 20.09.2010
BANAT SEME AD Central Securities Depository
MLINPEK AD Central Securities Depository
AGROVOJVODINA AD Purchase contract
AGROVOJVODINA AD Central Securities Depository
IKL AD Central Securities Depository
IKL AD loan contracts
Serbian Ministry of Interior, Information for public, 13.10.2010
ZMAJ AD purchase contract
ZMAJ AD Privatization Agency’s control report
ERDEVIK AD Central Securities Depository

Porsche hat natürlich auch in Belgrad eine Super Mafiöse Vertretung, was niemanden verwundert, wenn man so gute Berater Verträge hat bei der SPD. Prof. Hans-Joachim Selenz, gibt Auskunft.

vw selenz

http://www.hans-joachim-selenz.de/

Deutsche Autofirmen als Bestechungs Motor der Balkan Mafia

Serbischer Mafia-Boss Darko Saric (Geschäftspartner der Hypo Alpe Adria), setzte Berufskiller auf Präsident Tadic an

Geldwäsche für die Super Mafia und Drogen Bosse: Wirtschafts Lobby VereineSerbien verhaften

100 Zöllner- und Polizei Beamte, rund um illegale Zigaretten Fabriken und Schmuggel

Serbien verhaften 100 Zöllner- und Polizei Beamte, rund um illegale Zigaretten Fabriken und Schmuggel

Godfather of the Bosnia Mafia and Security Minister: Fahrudin Radon?i? and his Partner Mafia Boss: Naser Kelmendi

Anton Stanaj, VW Vertreter und eng mit der Deutschen SPD verbunden, wie mit der Montenegro Mafia
Die VW Vertretung in Montenegro – ähnlich GTZ Partner und korrupter Lobbyisten, wie in Albanien: Alles bestens in Händen der Top Mafia
vw montenegro
Die SPD spielt die wichtigste Rolle im Aufbau krimineller Politischer Systeme, praktisch in allen Balkan Ländern. Man redet viel über korrupte Regierungen, nur ist Berlin und Deutschland, ohne funktionierende Justiz der Motor der Auslands- und Balkan Bestechung!
Die Firma Roksped http://www.roksped.com/
Deutsche Politiker bemühten sich eifrig mit diesen Personen und den Top Mafiosi kriminelle Netzwerke aufzubauen, wo neben Mercedes aber auch Volkswagen in Tirana und Montenegro (Podgorica) so ein Muster Fall ist, warum Lobby Politiker genau mit diesen Banden zusammen arbeiteten und nicht nur mit der Hamburg Universität und dem sogenannten

Grösste Super Markt Kette in Montenegro

Der bekannte Mafia Clan: Anton Stanaj – Roksped kauft die Agrokor Super Märkte

Roksped new owner of Stampa

Treibstoff LKW der “Firma “Roksped (auch VW-Audi Vertretung)” in Durres, welche zum Mafia Clan Stanaj gehört, welche Lukoil Verträge hat und Lukoil Tankstellen in Montenegro.

 

 

Albania Defies Warnings, Fires Poll Commissioner – a poor gangster roulette

The new Member of the Central Electoral Commission CEC: Klement Zguri, is the same criminal group of Top Mafia, as Ilirjan Muho.

16 Apr 13
Albania Defies Warnings, Fires Poll Commissioner

Albania’s parliament sacked a member of the Central Electoral Commission, CEC, on Monday, despite warning by the US and the EU that the move will hamper relations.

Besar Likmeta
BIRN

Tirana

Albania PM Sali Berisha | Photo by : Hektor Pustina/AP

Parliament sacked Ilirjan Muho and replaced him with Klement Zguri after a marathon debate on Monday evening.

The opposition boycotted the vote, but three former Socialist MPs backed the government, securing the necessary majority.

Muho’s replacement came after the party that had proposed him for the CEC, the Socialist Movement for Integration, LSI, quit the government coalition to join the opposition ahead of the June 23 parliamentary election.

In September 2012, the seven members of the CEC were agreed by parliament, comprising four from the Democratic Party-led coalition and three from the Socialist-led coalition.

The exit of the LSI from the ruling coalition gave the opposition a majority in the CEC, a move which Berisha said „destroyed the electoral balance“.

The opposition condemned the vote, arguing that there was no legal basis to dismiss Muho and that his sacking put the independence of the CEC at risk.

The head of the Socialist parliamentary group described the move as a Pyrrhic victory for the governing Democrats. “We cannot be part of this scandal in total breach of the law,” Gramoz Ruci said.

The LSI also claims the move is illegal, arguing that the members of the CEC are only proposed by political parties, but that once they are voted in, they are independent and cannot be removed on a political whim.

The EU and the US warned that the controversial move could damage Albania’s relationship with it key allies.

„The EU expresses concern and shares the preoccupations of other partners over the possible repercussions of a vote in parliament on the people’s confidence in the electoral process,“ said the European Commission in a statement.

The US ambassador in Tirana, Alexander Arvizu, said that the decision changed the election rules in the middle of the game.

“The CEC should be free from interference by any individual, by any institution, and that includes the parliament of Albania,” Arvizu said.

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http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/article/albania-fires-poll-commissioner-amidst-warnings

Ilirian Muho, ist ein direkt in Morde, Betrug verwickelter Gangster der Skrapari Bande des Ilir Meta, und wurde von dem früheren Generalstaatsanwalt Shullaku, schon aus dem Staatsdienst entlassen, wo der Vorgänger General Staatsanwalt Rakipi, schon in der Regierungs Zeit des Ilir Meta, gegen dessen Verbrechen ermittelte, und dann im Zuge des Sokol Kociu Skandales abgesetzt wurde. Ilirian Muho, ist ein rein kriminelles Enterprise der ördinären Ilir Meta Gangster, wo der zu Lebenslanger Haft verurteilte Kosovaren Lulzim Berisha auch dazu gehört, Chef der “Bande e Durresi”!

 

dekreti shkarkimit

Anfang 2003 entlassen, also einer der berüchtigsten kriminellen Staatsanwälte von Albanien, wenn Ilirian Muho, am Anfang der Amts Periode schon entlassen wurde.

Der Schwer Verbrecher Fatmir Kajolli verhaftet: guter Freund der Minister: Fatmir Mediu, Sokol Olldashi, Enkeled Alibeaj

klement-zguri

Klement Zguri: long time Gangster Boss from Shiak

Mafia Clan of Democratic Party of Albania

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ince Mr. Olldashi has provided him with a German Schengen Visa.

  1. In the year 2001, in the residence of Naim Shera, the brother in law of the Tusha brothers, 20 kg of drugs (which was property of the Tusha brothers), at the time Naim was the driver of Klement Zguri, head of the Central Elections Committee. Because of this issue, Naim Shera has been wanted and then sentenced with 5 years of imprisonment. He surrendered at the police two days before the elections with a promise from Olldashi that after his victory, he will get him out and close all issues, a promise that Olldashi has kept….

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