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Most criminals in Kosovo detention: Sahit Jashari, Avni Zabeli, Sami Lushtaku, Hysni Thaci, Jahir Demaku, Zeqir Demaku and Sylejman Selimi

10 years Partner of criminals and terrorist: NATO!  is now this kind of cooperation with killers and terrorist finished?

Date Case no: Judgments
12 November 2012 P 26/2011 English | Shqip
11 October 2012 P.No. 29/2011 English
29 August 2012 P. 27/2011 English | Shqip
09 August 2012 P.no. 10/12 English | Shqip
11 October 2011 K.no. 49/10 English | Srpski

Courts extended the detention of former security forces commander Sylejman Selimi and six other ex-guerrillas, together known as the Drenica Group, until late October.

1999 – 2000: everybody knows: Sylejman Selimi is one of the Chief of the Kosovo Killer Swadrons

The EU rule-of-law mission, EULEX, said the detention of Sahit Jashari, Avni Zabeli, Sami Lushtaku, Hysni Thaci, Jahir Demaku, Zeqir Demaku and Sylejman Selimi had been extended until 23 October.

Detention of Drenica Group Seven Extended

Courts extended the detention of former security forces commander Sylejman Selimi and six other ex-guerrillas, together known as the Drenica Group, until late October.
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NATO Partner die Terroristen Organisation: Kosovo Security Force (KPS) mit dem Auftragskiller: Sylejman Selimi

 

KFOR Press Release

Pristina, 11 May 2003 – #03-16

KFOR on KPC training outside Kosovo

1. There has been wide media reporting and comment regarding KFOR and
UNMIK’s decision concerning the suspension of training and other
deployment for the KPC outside Kosovo.

2. This is not a punishment for the organization. Based on the fact
that two KPC members were involved in the terrorist act on 11 April,
there is reason to believe that there are more members of the KPC who
are involved in activities that undermine the stability and future of
Kosovo. We are working with KPC Commander to identify these
individuals for appropriate action.

3. The suspension of deployment and training outside Kosovo is taken
as a precautionary measure until we can assure ourselves that the
presence of members of terrorist groups in the KPC has been
addressed. The KPC and Kosovo risk embarrassment if it is discovered
that one of their members on an official training exercise is a
member of a terrorist organization.

4. KFOR urges responsible attitudes regarding this issue. The
continuous misinterpretation of the measures taken by key leaders is
not helpful in the full acknowledgement of the gravity of the
situation. KFOR will work with the KPC leadership to identify those
involved in terrorist activities. The KPC is an essential civil
emergency institution under the Constitutional Framework and there
must be no place in it for criminals or terrorists.

http://www.nato.int/kfor/press/pr/pr/2003/05/03.htm

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Salustro kërkon edhe dy muaj paraburgim për Grupin e “Drenicës”

Sot, prokurori i EULEX-it Maurizio Salustro në Gjykatën Themelore të Mitrovicës bëri kërkesë për vazhdimin e paraburgimit për ish -komandantin e përgjithshëm të Shtabit të UÇK-së Sylejman Selimi dhe gjashtë bashkëluftëtarët e tij.

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Selimi operohet, Lushtaku pritet të operohet

Sylejman Selimi aktualisht është duke u operuar me metodën e laparaskopisë për largimin e gurëve në idhcë, kanë bëtë të ditur burime nga QKUK-ja.
Ish-komandanti i UÇK-së është shtruar në spital të shtunën. Pas ekzaminimeve është konstatuar se ka gurë, për çka i është nënshtruar operacionit.

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EULEX and KFOR signed Joint Operational Procedure

On the 22 July 2013, the Joint Operational Procedure was signed by our HoM and COM KFOR. The revision of this capstone document will allow us to improve our cooperation notably with the appointment of full-time Liaison Officers.

Albanians Gangster Syndicat: Salih Berisha and the Albania Election Victors Take on Illegal Builds

Albanian’s Politik System:

Justiz Mafia albania

20 Aug 13
Albania Election Victors Take on Illegal Builds

The Socialist Party, the victor of the June 23 elections, has launched a new website on which citizens are urged to report illegal constructions – a seriously blight across the country.

Besar Likmeta
BIRN

Tirana

The new website called, „Stop Destruction“, calls on citizens to use smart phones and the web to report new illegal builds.

“Use your cell phone as an irreplaceable weapon against destruction,” Albania’s Prime Minister-elect, Edi Rama, said on Twitter. “Illegal builds can only be stopped together,” he added.

The new Socialist-led government wants to crack down on illicit building, while speeding up the legalisation process, although excluding constructions on the coast or in national parks.

Over the past two decades, hundreds of thousands of buildings have been erected in Albania without construction permits.

In 2006, Albania adopted a law aimed at legalising the estimated 220,000 unauthorised buildings across the country.

However, the legalisation process has run into the sand, because since the law entered into force, thousands of new buildings without planning permission have been built.

According to a World Bank report published in 2012, since the law was passed in 2006, some 80,000 new illegal dwellings have gone up; the number could be as high as 120,000.

In the last few months, the municipality of Tirana has faced accusations of turning a blind eye to illegal constructions.

However, the city mayor, Lulzim Basha, has called criticism of the municipality politically motivated. The mayor is chairman of the centre-right Democratic Party, which lost power nationally in the recent general election.

http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/article/albania-uses-crowdsourcing-against-illegal-builds

rrenimi, rama twitter
(Foto: Faqja ku qytetarët mund të denoncojnë rastet në linkun www.stoprrenimit.com)

Urban chaos in Durres Urban chaos in Durres
The uncontrolled mass constructions in the Durres Bay have destroyed the coastline of this area. The tourism season is far from expectancies, due to the close interests and the lack of force of the law.

 

Die Weltbank und das Coastal Zone Management Programm für Albanien,

welche sich im Betrug des Jamber Malltezi, der Berisha Familie auflösten und wo ein Milliarden Schaden entstand, durch die Umwelt Vernichtung und wilde Betonierei, oft auch auf Privaten Grundstücken in einem Terroristischen Enterprise.

Das Gangster Syndiakt von Salih Berisha, wollte 2012 auch Alles abreissen, es geschah Nichts und in 2011, nannten die Banden es: „spontan economic“ heute spricht er offen beim Grundstücks Raub von Wirtschaft und ist gegen den Abriss.

“Remove illegal construction from beaches”

16/08/2012

Tourism was the main topic treated by the Prime Minister in today’s government meeting. After mentioning the achievements in this important sector for the economy, Berisha declared that the constructions in the coastline are caused by the greed, and that the strength of the law will act. 

“Greedy people, who build on the beach sand, only to show that they have no moral. The force of the law will act on your construction. They’d better demolish them themselves, or they will pay the demolition bill. A special decree should be prepared by the Ministry of Public Works and the Ministry of Justice for using the force of the law against these people who abuse the seaside, God’s gift to the Albanian people”, Berisha declared………..

http://www.top-channel.tv/english/artikull.php?id=6833

Capo of the Albanian Mafia: Bujar Nishani – Albania President Hands Military HQ to Party

Der Bruder Sokol Nishani, Mitglied der vollkommen korrupten und kriminellen Staatsanwaltschaft von Durres, verhinderte die Aufklärung des Mordes an Iso Copa, weil die Täter im direkten Berisha Umfeld zusuchen sind. Kurz gesagt, eine Art Terroristen Familien, weil er die Tropojan Polizei Direktoren auch zuverantworten hat, was primitive Analphabeten und Verbrecher sind in Durres.

Ein deutliches Zeichen, aller Kriminellen in der Politik, wenn man nur persönliche Interessen wahr nimmt und sich über das Gesetz und die Verfassung stellt. Weder braucht die PD ein neues Haupt Quartier, noch plante man sowas in Tirana, sondern man wird es bald wieder für den privaten Profit wie immer verkaufen. Einmalig in der Welt der Peinlichkeiten in einem „failed State“, wie dreist man private Profite mit Billig Banditen organisiert.

Albanien genehmigt Krankenhäuser, das Grundstück gibt es umsonst, und gebaut werden private Appartment Blocks, und ander Schrott Bauten immer ohne Beton Rüttler in Albanien als „Vibrim“ technisch bezeichnet. Meistens wird vollkommen illegal gebaut, wie in Durres, bis zu 27-stöckige Hochhäuser der Diplomaten Mafia und von Pespa und Co. im Milliarden Geldwäsche Geschäft, der Drogen und Verbrecher Barone, wo vor 10 Jahren schon der US Botschafter Jeffrey warnte. Geschehen ist bis heute Nichts, gerade eil die Amerikaner durch den Mafia Polizei Aufbau, korrupte Justiz Aufbauer aus der EU, Alle Fortschritte zerstörten.

8/15/2013

Präsident Bujar Nishani, der Gangster Arben Imani und die gefälschte Unterschrift des Generalstabs Chef Xhemal Gjunkshi, beim Diebstahl einer NATO Immobilie in Tirana

Grundstücks Diebstahl ist der Volks Sport in Albanien und gefälschte Dokumente! Bei der Albanischen Verbrecher Bande, einem vollkommen kontrollierten Justiz Apparat durch Langzeit Verbrecher, welche der Ex-Präsident Alfred Mosiu noch von Beförderungen ausschloss, ist Justiz unerwünscht.

Bujar Nishani
Bujar Nishani: destroyer of the police, judge and his brother Sokol Nishani a criminell:

BBC:

16 Aug 13
Albania President Hands Military HQ to Party

President Bujar Nishani has been criticised for awarding the Central Home of the Army in Tirana, which sits on prime real estate, to the Democratic Party.

Besar Likmeta
BIRN
Militär Immobilie Tirana

Tirana

The transfer of the property, carried out in mid August, emerged after Albania’s Top Channel TV published secret correspondence between the President and the chief of staff on Thursday.

The documents reveal that Nishani ignored concerns expressed by the chief staff, General Xhemal Gjunkshi, who opposed the transfer of the building to become the new headquarters of the Democratic Party.

After the documents became public, the President called Tirana’s A1 Report TV and admitted that he had signed the decree for the transfer, without giving further details.

The Communist-era building in the heart of the capital until now served mainly as a recreational facility for the armed forces.

Nishani was interior minister and justice minister in Sali Berisha’s centre-right cabinet before his election as President in 2012 with votes from the Democratic Party and its junior allies in government.

The latest move by the President to transfer property to the Democratic Party, which lost the June 23 parliamentary election, has enraged the victorious Socialists.

Reacting to the transfer, Prime Minister-elect Edi Rama called the President’s decision shameful.

“The losing party, which still governs a NATO member country, steals the Army’s Central Home, in order to make it its new headquarter illegally,” Rama wrote on Twitter.

In July, as head of the High Council of Justice, the President promoted a number of controversial judges who have overseen high-profile trials during their tenure and are perceived to have been under the influence of the Democratic Party.

Critics say the President’s latest moves raise fresh questions not only about his independence from his former Democratic Party boss, Sali Berisha, but also about his respect for the rule of law.

 

http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/article/albania-president-awards-military-hq-to-his-party

Mafia Clan of Democratic Party of Albania
Bevor: Fatos Nano (Ilir Meta Drug Allegations

Gary Kokalari: Salih Berisha regime, is little more than an international criminal conspiracy

The General: Xhemal Gjunkshi, don’nt signed any paper and is against the property transer, like a mafia present

– Gazeta Telegraf – http://gazetatelegraf.com –

Gjunkshi kundër dekretit të Nishanit për SHQUP-in: Është pronë e ushtrisë!

Posted By Gazeta Telegraf On 16 Gusht, 2013 @ 13:17 In Kryesore,Politike | No Comments

Shefi i Shtabit të Përgjithshëm Xhemal Gjunkshi ka kundërshtuar Presidentin e Republikës, Bujar Nishanin, për vendimin ndaj SHQUP-it. Burime nga Ministria e Mbrojtjes pohuan se, Presidenti Republikës, në kapacitetet edhe të Komandantit të Përgjithshëm të Forcave të Armatosura ka firmosur dekretin për nxjerrjen jashtë inventarit të ushtrisë të godinës së SHQUP-it. Ky dekret ka mbërritur në zyrat e Ministrisë së Mbrojtjes pasditen e së enjtes. Sikurse edhe vendimi Këshillit të Ministrave për kalimin  e SHQUP-it, në godinë të PD-s, që nuk u bë asnjëherë publik në faqen zyrtare të Këshillit të Ministrave edhe dekreti i presidentit, deri këto momente ka pësuar të njëjtin fat. Zyra e shtypit e Presidencës, për të pasur version zyrtar dhe detajet e dekretit, dha dje për mediat që interesoheshin këtë përgjigje: “Keni telefonuar pas mbarimit të orarit zyrtar”. Mimi Kodheli, ministre e ardhshme e Mbrojtjes deklaroi  se, gjatë një bisede telefonike me Shefin e Shtabit të Përgjithshëm, Gjeneral Gjunkshin, ai ka pohuar se, nuk ka firmosur asnjë shkresë për nxjerrjen jashtë inventarit të pronave të Ministrisë së Mbrojtjes, ndërtesën e SHQUP-it. Ky qëndrim i Gjeneralit përforcohet edhe nga shkresa që ai  ka dërguar sekretarit të Përgjithshëm të Ministrisë së Mbrojtjes, përmes të cilës ai kundërshton kalimin e SHQUP-it për t’u përdorur si seli e PD-së.


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Flamur Noka dhe Imami kërcënuan Gjunkshin për të grabitur Shtëpinë e Ushtrisë, zbardhet korrespondenca

Flamur Noka dhe Imami kërcënuan Gjunkshin për të grabitur Shtëpinë e Ushtrisë, zbardhet korrespondenca

Politike

Merr të tjera dimensione skandali i tjetërsimit të Shtëpisë Qendrore të Ushtrisë në seli të Partisë Demokratike. Zgjerohet edhe rrethi i të përfshirëve në këtë skandal të paprecedentë. Përpos…

Phantom Justiz im Kosovo und ohne jede Perspektive für das Banditen Reich

KOHA DITORE

Out of 100 reports published by the Office of the Auditor General in 2012 only 19 cases are in process related to mismanagement of public finances, Koha Ditore writes. According to the paper, twelve of those cases were initiated in 2012, while nine others in 2013.

EULEX-i paralajmëron ‘pastrimin” e gjyqësorit
Will the people of Kosova ever see clean energy – and breathe clean air?/ saubere Energie, saubere Luft

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Will the people of Kosova ever see clean energy – and breathe clean air?/ saubere Energie, saubere Luft

A group of Kosovo civic organisations has urged the US government to support investment in energy efficiency and renewable sources instead of a new lignite coal-fired power plant.

Edona Peci/BIRN/Pristina/ 9 Aug, 2013

The Kosovo Civil Society Consortium for Sustainable Development and a group of other organisations including BIRN Kosovo sent a letter on Wednesday to US secretary of state John Kerry, urging Washington to reconsider its backing for the lignite plant.

The letter asked the Obama administration “to identify clean alternatives to a proposed coal-fired power plant in the country that can be supported by the World Bank Group”.

Approximately 98 per cent of the power generated within Kosovo currently comes from two lignite coal-fired thermal power plants, called Kosovo A and Kosovo B, which have a net operating capacity of between 840 and 900 MW.

The bidding process for the new 600 MW coal-fired power plant is expected to finish by the end of 2013.

“Millions of US taxpayers’ dollars have been spent on this project, which will not incorporate the best available technology to limit pollution and protect public health,” the letter argued.

It said that the plant’s cost would mean that Kosovo citizens “will pay both in our electricity bills and with our health”.

However a recent World Bank study said that exploiting lignite, also known as ‘brown coal’,was “the least expensive thermal option, even when the relatively higher environmental costs are priced in”.

But the letter insisted that more environmentally-friendly options should be explored.

“We believe there are viable alternatives to coal and ask that you use your leadership on climate change to stop this project and instead seek alternatives that support Kosovo’s energy efficiency and renewable energy sources,” it urged the US administration.

The Kosovo government has announced that work on the new power plant could begin in 2015 and finish by 2017.

 

Press Conference

by NATO Secretary General, Lord Robertson and Lt. General Fabio Mini, COMKFOR

LORD ROBERTSON (NATO Secretary General): I’m delighted to speak to you again. Following the meeting today between the NATO Council at 26, with the seven new ambassadors whose countries will join NATO next year, we met with mister Michael Steiner, the U.N. Secretary General special representative. We met this afternoon with Prime Minister Rexhepi and President Rugova and with General Ceku, the Commander of the Kosovo Protection Corps.

We have given a very strong message to everybody. The first message is that NATO maintains its interest and the alliance’s commitment and is determined to see the job through here in Kosovo. The fact that the whole of the NATO council is here in an enlarged form is an indication that the commitment goes on: It is deep, it is strong. We feel that we’ve made a huge investment here and our commitment, therefore, to maintaining a safe and secure environment remains very much as our top priority.
We expressed to the leaders we’ve met today our concern and continuing interest in violence. We have deplored the attacks that have taken place, the human rights abuses, that have taken place here in Kosovo. We believe in zero tolerance for thugs and for thieves and we are not prepared to see Kosovo, that was saved because of NATO, turned over to organized criminals and those who use brutality of ethnic nationalism. And we call upon the people of Kosovo to stand up to the thugs and the extremists, stand up to them or be ruled by them. It’s the choice that faces people here.

Prime Minister Rexhepi and President Rugova have given a very clear statement of their position in regard to extremism, of their commitment to a multi-ethnic, democratic Kosovo and to taking the measures that will minimize the violence and will increase the attractiveness of Kosovo as a destination for returning refugees and also, for inward investment. The organized criminals who still practice their trade here steal the lives of the people of Kosovo. They have no interest in employing young people. They would simply destroy the future by stealing out of the mouths of those who would lead an honest life. I want to congratulate KFOR and the soldiers who are here and who give their time and their service in the interest of the people of Kosovo and to General Mini who had a distinguished career as Commander of KFOR and all of those who served the joint interest of the international community in this part of the world. I also congratulate the joint Kosovo-Albanian, and Kosovo-Serb delegation who went to Thessaloniki last weekend who I met at the European Council meeting. That is a week old, and I told the authorities in Belgrade now to recognize they must start talks with the representatives, the multi-ethnic representatives of people here as well. This is a good step forward. It may well be still too early to talk about the final status of Kosovo, because 1244, resolution 1244 still provides the common framework for the province, but it is good that people are beginning to talk about practical issues. That is the way to follow.

With these preliminary comments, then, if there are any questions…

Q: Lord Robertson, (inaudible)… public radio. Lord Robertson, you met Michael Steiner and maybe you had the last opportunity in his current position, because he’s leaving the position in a couple of days. How do you see Kosovo 16 months‘ co-operation with Michael Steiner and UNMIK and what’s your expectations for his successor?…

 

http://www.nato.int/docu/speech/2003/s030626c.htm

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

But Lufti Dervishi is not the ownner!

05 Aug 13
Confusion Erupts Over Kosovo Organ-Trafficking Clinic

EU prosecutors wanted to confiscate the Kosovo clinic which was at the centre of an illegal kidney-trading ring, but a man claiming to be its new owner says he has bought it legally.

Liridona Hyseni
BIRN

Pristina

As the EU rule-of-law mission, EULEX continues to investigate organ-trafficking at the Medicus clinic near Pristina after a series of convictions earlier this year, confusion has erupted about the current ownership of the building where the crimes took place in 2008.

EULEX prosecutor Jonathan Ratel said in April that he had asked the court to “confiscate the building, the property around it, medical equipment and everything inside”.

But EULEX told BIRN that this has not happened yet: “No decision has been taken yet on the confiscation of the Medicus building,” said EULEX spokesperson Blerim Krasniqi.

Lutfi Dervishi, former clinic boss of the Medicus clinic, who was convicted of organ-trafficking, said in April that he sold the clinic in autumn 2012.

Dervishi’s defence lawyer, Linn Slattengren, also said in April that new owners were running it. “Apparently they have been licensed as a new clinic and new doctors are operating in it,” Slattengren said.

The man who said he was the new owner of the clinic, Fidaim Imeri, told BIRN that he had consulted the court and the municipality of Gracanica, where Medicus is located, before buying it.

He insisted that the building was not confiscated. “Otherwise I wouldn’t buy it,” he said.

“I have presented [to the court] the necessary documentation on property, the contract and the way the money has been transferred… every three months, 30,000 euro was paid,” he added.

The final decision on the clinic’s ownership is expected to be taken by the basic court in Pristina, but it is not yet clear when this will happen.

In April, a court convicted five Kosovo men of participating in a criminal operation that removed and sold human kidneys at the Medicus clinic.

Poor people from Turkey, Russia, Moldova and Kazakhstan were allegedly brought to the clinic after being assured that they would receive up to 15,000 euro for their kidneys.

The EU rule of law mission prosecutor in the case said that transplant recipients, mainly Israelis, paid more than 70,000 euro for the kidneys.

Two foreign suspects in the case – Turkish doctor Yusuf Sonmez and Moshe Harel, an Israeli citizen – are still listed as wanted by Interpol but remain at large.

After the convictions, EULEX said it was launching another probe because of evidence that came to light during the trial.

Balkaninsight

Dick Marty – EULEX: Kosovo organ trade probe will be “inevitably long

29 Apr 13
Kosovo Convicts Five Over Human Organ Trafficking

A Kosovo court has convicted five men of participating in an illegal organ-trading ring that harvested and sold human kidneys at the Medicus clinic near Pristina.

Edona Peci
BIRN

Pristina

The court in Pristina on Monday found the former owner of the Medicus clinic, Lutfi Dervishi, guilty of organised crime and people-trafficking, sentenced him to eight years in prison and imposed a fine of 10,000 euro.

His son Arban Dervishi was found guilty of the same charges and sentenced to seven years and three months in prison, and fined 2,500 euro.

Both of them were ordered to pay compensation of 15,000 euro to each of around seven victims of the organ-trafficking ring, which lured poor donors to the Kosovo clinic with false promises of lucrative payments, then removed their kidneys and sold them to rich patients.

The clinic’s head anaesthetist Sokol Hajdini was found guilty of grievous bodily harm and sentenced to three years in prison.

Assistant anaesthetists Islam Bytyqi and Sylejman Dula were found guilty of grievous bodily harm and sentenced to a year’s imprisonment, suspended for two years.

However a senior official at the Kosovo health ministry, Ilir Rrecaj, was acquitted of abusing his official position, while doctor Driton Jilta’s charge of illegal medical activity was thrown out by the court due to lack of evidence.

The verdict came after the court heard sometimes gruesome testimony from around 80 witnesses.

The indictment says around 30 illegal kidney transplants took place at the clinic in 2008.

Poor people from Turkey, Russia, Moldova and Kazakhstan were allegedly brought to the clinic after being assured that they would receive up to 15,000 euro for their kidneys.

The EU rule of law mission prosecutor in the case said that transplant recipients, mainly Israelis, paid more than 70,000 euro for the kidneys…………………

http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/article/kosovo-convicts-five-over-human-organ-trafficking

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30 Apr 13 EU Launches New Kosovo Organ Trafficking ProbeAfter five men were convicted of involvement in the illegal trading of human organs from a Kosovo clinic, EU prosecutors said they were investigating eight new suspects.

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KLA Terrorist’s and Hank Crumpton, Former CIA Officer: Clinton Wouldn’t Authorize Osama Bin Laden Kill In 1999

Türkische Waffen, CIA-Terroristen immer mit Yassin Kadi und Hasan Cengic. In Bosnien vor 20 Jahren und heute mit Erdogan in Syrien

Hank Crumpton, Former CIA Officer: Clinton Wouldn’t Authorize Osama Bin Laden Kill In 1999 (Videos)

The Huffington Post  |  By Posted: 05/14/2012 12:25 pm Updated: 05/14/2012 12:59 pm

Hank Crumpton

Hank Crumpton, a former CIA officer and top counterterrorism official, said in a recent interview that President Bill Clinton’s White House missed a golden opportunity to take out terrorist leader Osama bin Laden in 1999.

Bin Laden was in Afghanistan in 1999, Crumpton told CBS’s „60 Minutes“ in a segment that aired on Sunday. His convoy had been clearly identified by an early edition Predator drone, which at the time didn’t have weapons capabilities.

„We saw a security detail, a convoy, and we saw bin Laden exit the vehicle, clearly,“ Crumpton told CBS’s Lara Logan, describing aerial images captured by a drone flying somewhere outside of Kandahar. „The optics were spot in, it was beaming back to us, CIA headquarters. We immediately alerted the White House, and the Clinton administration’s response was, ‘Well, it will take several hours for the TLAMs, the cruise missiles launched from submarines, to reach that objective. So, you need to tell us where bin Laden will be five or six hours from now.‘ The frustration was enormous.“

The administration also denied the CIA’s request to engage their on-ground forces, Crumpton said, which could have acted more quickly. The missed opportunity led the CIA to speed the process of arming the unmanned drones with Hellfire missiles, so that they could act more swiftly if they found bin Laden again. U.S. forces have since come to rely heavily on unmanned aerial vehicles to carry out strikes on targets in hostile territory, much to the disapproval of some human rights groups.

Clinton has been criticized for a supposed failure to seize opportunities to kill bin Laden on multiple occasions. A 9/11 commission report, which brought the original release of the drone footage that Crumpton is referring to, led to accusations from Clinton’s opponents that he had neglected to act despite a wealth of convincing intelligence.

Crumpton’s interview comes as his book, „The Art of Intelligence: Lessons from a Life in the CIA’s Clandestine Service,“ hits the bookshelves. It focuses on the CIA’s response to 9/11 and the rapid implementation of covert operations on the ground in Afghanistan. Read advance excerpts at the Daily Beast.

 

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/05/14/hank-crumpton-cia-clinton-bin-laden_n_1514895.html

4/12/2005

Bin Laden und die Terror Bande des Bill Clintons

Man beachte, das Joschka Fischer und seine “Madeleine” , wichtige Bindeglieder zum Terror Netz des Bin Laden sind.

Die Aussage basiert auf ein Interview mit dem Griechischen Aussenminister Panayiotis in der Washington Times etc.

Ein neuer Artikel in der Washingtion Times

Anti-Serbische Progrome im Kosovo.

Der Griechische Aussenminister schrieb am 25.3.2005 in der Washington Times. Er sagt, das die R�ckkehr zum Status von vor 1999 nicht realistisch ist und als Bill Clinton Bin Ladens UCK – KLA unterst�tze, bereits die Zukunft f�r den Kosovo beendet wurde. Insbesondere, weil die UCK KLA ihre Terror und Verbrecher Herrschaft mit Heroin finanziert und zum Terror Netz des Bin Ladens geh�rt.

Der Artikel beruft sich auf weitere sehr gute US Quellen, wie Bill Clinton die Bin Laden Connection auch in Bosnien ansiedelte und den Terror dort unterst�tzte.

Forum: Anti-Serb programs in Kosovo

Greek Foreign Minister Panayiotis wrote in these pages March 25, “A return to the pre-1999 status quo is no longer a realistic option. Kosovo must remain multiethnic.”
With all due respect, Mr. Molyviatis is way off base. “Remain multiethnic“? Multiethnicity in Kosovo died when President Clinton supported Osama bin Laden’s Kosovo Liberation Army, an army of which The Washington Times’ own Jerry Seper wrote in May 1999, “Some members of the Kosovo Liberation Army, which has financed its war effort through the sale of heroin, were trained in terrorist camps run by international fugitive Osama bin Laden.”
Further, while the Clinton administration was supporting the Bosnian Muslim government of Alija Izetbegovic, his embassy in Vienna in 1992 issued a passport to Osama bin Laden that enabled him to visit Bosnia and Kosovo at least three different times. (The Wall Street Journal Europe, Nov. 1, 2001, “Al Qaeda’s Balkan links“).
Barely covered by the national media, a National Review report of March 19, 2004, said: “A pogrom started in Europe on Wednesday. A U.N. official is quoted as saying ‘Kristallnacht is under way in Kosovo.’ Serbs are being murdered and their 800-year-old churches are aflame. Much of the Christian heritage in Kosovo and Metohija is on fire and could be lost forever. By these deeds too many of Kosovo’s Albanians have shown that all the speeches about democracy and multiethnicity we have been hearing in Kosovo since June 1999, and the naive repetition of them by the international community, are false. These words too are burning, as is the hope in the hearts of right-thinking policymakers across the world that Kosovo’s barbarians can be civilized at little cost to the West.”
Former UNPROFOR Commander, Canadian Maj. Gen. Lewis MacKenzie, said it best in the National Post report: “The Kosovo-Albanians have played us like a Stradivarius. We have subsidized and indirectly supported their violent campaign for an ethnically pure and independent Kosovo. We have never blamed them for being the perpetrators of the violence in the early ’90s and we continue to portray them as the designated victim today in spite of evidence to the contrary. When they achieve independence with the help of our tax dollars combined with those of bin Laden and al Qaeda, just consider the message of encouragement this sends to other terrorist-supported independence movements around the world.”
Mr. Molyviatis writes, “Finally, it is necessary we proceed to a strictly monitored process for collecting small arms and ammunition in the region.” Does he not know that, when the Kosovo Liberation Army morphed into the alleged Kosovo Peace Corps, it took along its arms and weapons for use against the Serbian minority?
So much for a multiethnic Kosovo. While the rest of the world stands by, all vestiges of Serbian culture, religion, language and religion are being eradicated from their Jerusalem, Kosovo being the seat of the Serbian Orthodox Church.
However, I do agree with Mr. Molyviatis’ statement that: “The year 2005 will see the Balkans return as one of the top issues on the international agenda by reason, once again, of the uncertain situation in Kosovo.” Granting independence to Kosovar Albanian extremists would reward terrorism.

STELLA L. JATRAS
Camp Hill, Pa.

http://www.washtimes.com/commentary/20050409-102733-9741r.htm

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BiH Minister of Security Fahrudin Radončić announced a lawsuit against IFIMES

BiH Minister of Security Radoncic announced a lawsuit against IFIMES

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

“State Capture”: Bosnia, Albania, Kosovo, Montenegro, Bulgaria

Avaz Twist TowerFahrudin Radonicic

Heute gilt Radončić als reichster Mann seines Landes und wird auch „Bosniens Donald Trump“ genannt.

 

 

LJUBLJANA, 1 August 2013 – Minister of Security of Bosnia and Herzegovina Fahrudin Radončić has announced that he would bring a lawsuit for alleged defamation against the International Institute for Middle-East and Balkan studies (IFIMES) from Ljubljana, Slovenia.

 

The reasons for the announced lawsuit are the analyses and researches (“BiH: Apprehensions related to tectonic changes on the political scene” of 30 July 2013, link: http://www.ifimes.org/ba/istrazivanja/bih-hapsenja-u-funkciji-tektonskih-promjena-na-politickoj-sceni-2013-07-30/) published by IFIMES, that have among other investigated Minister Radončić’s activities and his relations with the criminal structures in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the region. The subject of IFIMES’s analyses are also Radončić’s relations with Iran and the financing of his media project “Avaz”.

 

It would be probably of greater interest for the citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina if Radončić explained his connections with Iran. It would be even better if he explained to American agencies his connections with Iran as well as his relations with certain individuals from the criminal circles.

 

The citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina deserve Radončić’s answers regarding the persons he met and the places where he met them as well as the intelligence services he asked to support his election as the minister of security in return for which he offered them an insight and access to his country’s whole security system. This is a unique case of a functionary employed to protect the security of his country while cooperating with a foreign intelligence service.

 

The extent of Minister Radončić’s sensibility is illustrated by the amount of his claim which is EUR 100,000 EUR. Another paradox is that he intends to bring the lawsuit before the Municipal Court of Sarajevo, ignoring the fact that IFIMES is a legal entity of public law of the Republic of Slovenia and as such does not fall within the competence of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Municipal Court of Sarajevo. The IFIMES Institute is looking forward to this lawsuit which will be an opportunity to present new evidence and facts in the “Radončić case”.

 

We sincerely hope that Minister Radončić will gather sufficient medical documents in order to prove that IFIMES’s analyses and researches have affected him negatively, on the basis of which it can be determined that he is a sensitive and unstable person that is not medically capable of performing the function of security minister.

 

The obscurantist nature of his character is illustrated by his announcement that he would address Slovenian state authorities and security services regarding IFIMES’s activities. This confirms the fact that Radončić represent recidivism of the past practices with limited democratic capacity. Radončić will face a stern test at the next election when it will be the citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina who will decide about his merits regardless of his boasting about having passed some “tests” and received some “security certificates” through his friendly connections.

 

We would like to inform the public of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the region that we will strengthen our presence in BiH and the region and continue investigating the Radončić case as well as other individuals that are in our opinion not suitable for performing public functions, especially that of the security minister.

 

We call upon the leading foreign security agencies and competent ministries of other countries to distance themselves from Minister Radončić, whose true character will be revealed sooner or later.

 

Link: http://www.ifimes.org/en/press-releases/bih-minister-of-security-radonci%C4%87-announced-a-lawsuit-against-ifimes/

 

Albania: A host of judges, police officers, and journalists are on the payroll of one or more organized crime syndicates

„“A host of judges, police officers, and journalists are on the payroll of one or more organized crime syndicates,““

„“ Europe and the U.S. should not take a wait-and-see approach but rather hold Rama to his commitment and join him by taking a proactive public position against the organized crime bosses. This means they must drive the effort by utilizing their law enforcement and intelligence bodies to help the Albanian government identify and prosecute mafia bosses and their supporters in and outside of government.““
Fron Nahzi

Writer specializing in international development
Combating Corruption in Albania: Superman, Where Are You?
Posted: 07/30/2013 4:44 pm
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The newly elected prime minister of Albania, Edi Rama, has inherited a government and a country on the verge of financial and social collapse. The outgoing Democratic Party drained the state’s finances dry, strengthened links between government and mafia, and created a state ruled by Democratic Party law. To quickly refill the country’s depleted accounts and to attract much needed international investment, Rama has made combating corruption his top priority. But unless Rama is wearing a tight costume with a red cape, he will need immediate and sustained help from other governments. The US and EU, to which Albania aspires to join, must back up their complaints of corruption by getting actively involved. They must stop being sideline cheerleaders for good governance and join forces to cut the Albanian mafia’s far-reaching tentacles.

Just how far do these tentacles stretch? Report after report link the country’s political leaders and other elite to the narcotics trade, human trafficking, gambling, illegal construction, and illegal fuel adulteration. A host of judges, police officers, and journalists are on the payroll of one or more organized crime syndicates, evidence suggests. A U.S. embassy,

„“many MPs posing as „businessmen“ are in fact strongly suspected of having ties to organized crime. These individuals are now MPs, have immunity under the law““
cable from 2009, released by Wikileaks (albania.de), detailed corruption on the highest level, calling Albania’s leaders „Law Breakers Turned Law Makers.“ It is estimated that Albania is losing $300 million in tax revenues per year to illegal fuel adulteration alone.

To disentangle this knot, Rama needs help. Bold and sweeping reforms, if he goes that route, will require strong international backing and public criticism when the reforms slow down. Critical is constant monitoring to ensure that a new corrupt regime does not replace the old. The experience of western support for Misha Saakshvili in Georgia is relevant here; Saakshvili came to power on an anti-corruption pledge and was recently voted out of office due to the same type of abuse.

The U.S. and European governments have provided billions of dollars to aid Albania’s democratic development since the fall of communism about 20 years ago. This included assisting the Albanian government in drafting anti-corruption policies and laws that, if enforced, should have ended corruption and put many elected officials behind bars. But both the international community and Albanians were united in their naïve expectation of the outcome. Albanians believed that, like any investor who seeks to protect the investment, the international community would have a more direct say in the future of the country. They pinned their hopes on the West, a sort of Super Friends League of Justice, committed to social justice and to end tyranny in the world, to punish elected leaders when they stepped out of line. Western governments, on the other hand, hoped for active Albanian citizens who would demand transparency and accountability from their government. Unfortunately, the Super Friends remained nothing more than comic book superheroes and Albanians were alternately silent or screaming about corruption depending on their political views. Top officials and mafia bosses, meanwhile, raked it in.

The new leader Edi Rama has expressed a willingness to fight corruption and organized crime. Europe and the U.S. should not take a wait-and-see approach but rather hold Rama to his commitment and join him by taking a proactive public position against the organized crime bosses. This means they must drive the effort by utilizing their law enforcement and intelligence bodies to help the Albanian government identify and prosecute mafia bosses and their supporters in and outside of government.

Albania does not need superheroes. It needs committed, law-abiding public servants and funding for government services that improve the livelihood of citizens. Unfortunately, this can only be achieved if Rama can free Albania from the grip of organized crime. This is possible with help from friends.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/fron-nahzi/combating-corruption-in-a_b_3675437.html
Fred Abrahams

Special Advisor, Human Rights Watch

In Albania, It’s the Institutions
Posted: 07/01/2013 8:06 am

02 Aug 13
Albania’s New Leaders to Battle Illegal Construction

New Prime Minister Edi Rama is expected to unveil an emergency package next month to tackle illegal building works that continue to blight Albania’s landscape.

Besar Likmeta
BIRN

Tirana

According to MP Artan Lame, the new Socialist-led government wants to crack down on illicit building while also speeding up the legalisation process, although excluding constructions on the coast or in national parks.

“We will not legalise anything that was built illegally along the coast and there will be penalties for those who have massacred the coastline, archeological parks or protected natural habitats,” Socialist MP Lame told a press conference on Friday.

Over the past two decades, hundreds of thousands of buildings have been erected in Albania without a construction permit.

In 2006, Albania adopted a law aimed at legalising the estimated 220,000 unauthorised buildings across the country.

However, the process of legalisation has run into sand, because since the law entered into force, thousands of new buildings without permits have been built.

According to a report by the World Bank published in 2012, since the law was passed in 2006, some 80,000 new dwellings have been built illegally; the number could even be as high as 120,000.

In the last few months, the municipality of Tirana has faced accusations of turning a blind eye to illegal constructions…

http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/article/albania-s-new-leaders-to-battle-illegal-construction

Die NATO im Albanischen Desaster und frommer kindlicher Wünsche auf eine Funktion des Staates