Wir berichten schon länger von den Kosovo Banditen, welche Albanien infiltrieren seit 1997 und vor einem Jahr gezielt sich falsche Idenditäten mit Geld erkauften, was bei Hinrichtungen und Morden immer wieder deutlich wird. Immer wieder bei jedem Verbrechen dabei, die Gashi Mafia aus dem Kosovo, welche in viele Morde und im Drogenhandel verwickelt ist.
Der letzte Mord rund um Idenditäten Diebstahl, in der Mafia Stadt Durres.
Jetzt gestalten sich die Raubzüge nach Albanien, das man vor allem sich Idenditäten mit Hilfe korrupter Beamter zusammen stiehlt und so Biometrische Pässe, wie auch komplett neue Identitäten erhält. Das ist bei Vorstrafen besonders wichtig und Etliche Morde und Hinrichtungen bezeugen, das das System sehr erfolgreich ist, sich neue Idenditäten zu erkaufen. Oft gesehen, die Prominenz der Verbrecher, rund um die Rruga Taulantia, Hotel - Restaurant: Aragosta und Co. wo sich viele Kosovo Gangster vor einem Jahr tummelten und Polizei Chefs, wie in alter Zeit vorfuhren im teurersten Restaurant von Durres.
On November 15th, the Press Office of the Interior Ministry notified the public for the new procedures of equipping people with biometric passports.
According to this procedure, the Albanian citizens who apply for biometric passports must be equipped with an identification form from the police department of their living area.
The identification form is approved by order of the General Chief of Police. A copy of this form must be presented to the Civil Registrar employee. The truth why this role has returned to the police, is that dozens of people stole others identities, especially by Kosovo citizens who have applied for Albanian citizens, to gain free movement in the EU.
A bigger concern is created by Albanian citizens who have been banned to enter EU countries after the visa liberalization, and for this reason they have used fake identification.
Safe sources from Top Channel say that foreign polices agencies have notified our country in two occasions, when these citizens have been arrested and have resulted with biometric passport of other people. Police has started investigation for dozens of cases, since the Albanian penal code doesnt have identity theft as a crime.
Joke of a nothing function ministry and theater show: “The law fully approximates our legislation with that of the EU, declared the Minister of Culture, Aldo Bumci.” Aldo Bumci, dont know the law for cultur, Antik parts of Albania and he is responsiblity for “Zone Tourism", and he make nothing!
Aldo Bumci, don’t stopp, this crime massaker.
Albania, where thoughts can be stolen
The European Union criticized the Albanian government for the slow progress in protecting the intellectual property, a key obligation of the Stabilization Association Agreement.
Mr. Sequi was invited in a conference organized by the American Chamber of Commerce, which noted a series of problems on why Albania has stalled in this area.
Theres a low number of cases that have been brought to justice; lack of experience and qualification of the judicial system and low awareness for the significance of the protection of these rights. There is also the need for a better coordination between the agencies that observe the current copyrights, the Ambassador declared.
The law fully approximates our legislation with that of the EU, declared the Minister of Culture, Aldo Bumci.
The vice US Ambassador, from the pioneering country for the protection of intellectual property explains why this is an absolute priority.
Many diplomats, my colleagues in different countries of the world, always ask why USA gives so much importance to the protection of intellectual property. The answer is simple. It is the protection of these rights what has encouraged technology and innovation, by improving the life of millions of people all over the wold, declared the vice US ambassador, Deborah Jones.
Representatives of many international companies say that piracy keeps foreign investments away.
When I visited Albania, someone asked me if Microsoft would open any production center in Albania. And my answer was that it couldnt happen with this piracy. The labor cost here is low, and it is a wise decision to invest here, because one could save money with that cost, but as long that the intellectual property is not protected, it is difficult for someone to take the decision and invest here, declared Evgemi Danilov, representative of the Microsoft Company.
Piracy in Albania can be found everywhere, and it is not limited only in the internet area, but in all media industry.
Some of the concerning problems are the broadcasts of licensed and unlicenced cable TV operators. These operators have openly abused with the programs of Digitalb, declared Sokol Nako, legal representative of Digitalb.
The protection of intellectual property is a key obligation for Albania to join EU.
Durres, prison guard arrested for drugs
Durres Police arrested a prison guard over drug dealing charges.
The Interior Control Service had received information for the activity of the prison guard, after finding a considerable amount of drugs in one of the cells.
Arben Voci was accused of trading narcotic substances, while the materials were sent to the Durres Prosecution. Kommentar: Die Ortschaft
Ein altes Berisha System der Mafia Partei DP!
Alles ebenso vor 10 Jahren bekannt, wenn man den EU Bericht liesst, der von 50% BIP der Geldwäsche Geschäfte spricht für Albanien in 2001, unter dem Mafiosi Ilir Meta.
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TAGS: KCRM PGOV ASEC PINR KFRD CVIS KRIM AL
SUBJECT: GOA CRACKING DOWN ON ORGANIZED CRIME AND PASSPORT
REF: A. 05 TIRANA 1461
¶B. TIRANA 398
¶C. TIRANA 436
Classified By: Ambassador Marcie B. Ries. Reasons 1.4 (b) and (d)
¶1. (SBU) SUMMARY. Two unrelated, but widely reported arrests
were made in recent days, both of which highlight the fight
of Albanian police and prosecutors against corruption and
organized crime. In the first case, seven members of a drug
trafficking network who were laundering proceeds through
construction projects were arrested simultaneously in four
cities across the country. According to media reports,
prosecutors obtained warrants authorizing the seizure of
apartment buildings, beach-front property, cash, and luxury
vehicles. In the second case, the chief of police and three
of his staff in the central Albanian city of Tepelena were
arrested for producing false passports. END SUMMARY.
CONSTRUCTION GANG ARRESTED
¶2. (SBU) Following a year-long investigation carried out by
the Serious Crimes Prosecutors Office and the Albanian State
Police (ASP), the Special Operations Force of the ASP
arrested on May 23, 2006 seven members of a drug trafficking
and money laundering network. The operation was carried out
in simultaneous pre-dawn raids in four cities across Albania:
Tirana, Elbasan, Durres, and Vlora. The arrested include the
purported boss of the network, Ilir Kociaj, as well as
Geront Tola (AKA Geront Dedja), Zamir Vadardha, Bledar
Balliu, Aleksandre Kolici (AKA Aleksandre Gremi), Leonard
Cobaj, and Ervin Tavanxhi. The latter is the son of a former
Democratic Party (DP) member of parliament, Kozma Tavanxhi,
who served between 1992 and 1996. The seven have been charged
with international drug trafficking and participation in
organized crime. These names have been provided to the
Consular Section for inclusion in Consular Lookout and
¶3. (SBU) The investigation was begun last June by the
Prosecutor of Serious Crimes, following information obtained
from the prosecutor of Florence, Italy, which indicated that
the defendants were involved in drug trafficking in the
regions of Tuscany and Lombardy in 2003-2004. According to
media reports, some of those arrested were wanted by Italian
authorities and had fled that country in 2004 following the
arrest of 13 other Albanians involved in drug trafficking and
organized crime. In addition to trafficking drugs into Italy,
the group also reportedly operated in The Netherlands,
Germany, and France. During the raids, police seized
USD29,000, Euro3,000, LEK1 million, and four new luxury
¶4. (SBU) In addition to vehicles, the individuals reportedly
invested in construction projects and other fixed assets,
including luxury apartments and beach-side villas. Such
lucrative investments have become the instrument of choice
for money laundering. Prosecutors have established a direct
connection between a 12-story apartment building currently
under construction in Elbasan and Ilir Kociaj, the purported
crime boss and owner of a construction firm in that city. The
Prosecutors office reportedly has made such solid links to
two other apartment-building construction projects in Elbasan
and Tirana, as well as the purchase of several luxury
apartments in Tirana and beach-front properties in Durres and
Vlora. Authorities have frozen the assets and banking
accounts of all of the suspected individuals as well as the
associated construction companies.
CORRUPT POLICE OFFICIAL ARRESTED FOR PASSPORT FRAUD
¶5. (SBU) On May 23, 2006, Afrim Zeqiri, Chief of police in
Tepelena, was arrested along with his driver, Xhevhir
Myrtajn, Passport clerk, Ali Hajdini, and Police Inspector,
Behar Pasha. These arrests followed the arrest of a wanted
individual from Kukes who was found in possession of a
passport issued in Tepelena. Zeqiri and the others are
accused of having knowingly produced a passport with a false
name for a known criminal wanted by the police. Based on an
investigation carried out by the Internal Control Service of
the Ministry of the Interior, 60 other cases have been
uncovered at the Tepelena office in which passports have been
issued in names which do not appear in the Civil Registry of
that locale. (NOTE: In the Albanian system, there is no
central passport issuance agency and passports are issued by
regional offices based on birth and civil registration
records in that locale. Typically, passports can only be
issued for individuals who are registered in that district.
END NOTE.) It is believed that applicants paid up to 1000
Euros for a false passport.
¶6. © COMMENT: These high profile raids and arrests are
examples that Albanian prosecutors and police can point to
they work to demonstrate that they are serious about cleaning
things up. The next step will be getting these criminals
convicted. It will be interesting to see how the process
plays out between the police, the prosecutors, and the
judges, particularly in the current overheated political
climate. These high profile cases underscore the importance
of cooperation between prosecutors and police in attacking
organized crime and corruption (see reftel C). End Comment.
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