wikileaks und das most criminal Enterprise der Welt: Salih Berisha

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Terroristen Mord Gang “Bande de Durresi” um Lulzim Berisha laeuft frei herum in Durres
Die Salih Berisha Bande, hebelt alle Gesetze aus in Albanien, weil er persoenlich nicht nach Gesetzes und Grundrecht arbeiten will. Fakt ist ebenso, das die Shaban Memia Bande, illegal mit Hilfe der total korrupten AKKP, 1.000 Hektar Land des Touristik Parka Nord Durres in Richtung Porto Romana parzelliert seit April 2010, und auch Grundstuecke in der privaten Zone Touristik illegale und gefaelschte AKKP Papiere vertreibt, mit allen Folgen.

Salih Berisha und seine Bande, sind ein kriminelles Enterprise, extrem dumm und allgemein bekannt, als totale Idioten Regierung. Names Vetter aus dem Kosovo wie “Lulzim Berisha”, sind eine andere hoch krimineller Banden, welche Albanien heimsuchen seit 1997.

Die primitivste Gang von Durres, rund um den Massen Moerder, Ex-Chef der Leibgarde des Fatos Fatos Nano, Chef der Mailand Drogen Kartelle, rund um den Kosovaren Verbrecher “Lul” Berish, Ingrid Dokle, sind wieder frei in Durres, was schon vor Tagen beobachtet wurde. Bekannt auch durch die Festnahme in 2001 in Rimini (Ueberstellung auch an die Deutschen Behoerden), mit gefaelschten Pass, Handel mit gefaelschten Grundstuecks Urkunden im Raum Durres! Partner des Lefter – Nard Koka, Agron Duka, usw.!Erstmalig verhaftet in Deutschland in 1994, wegen Urkunden Faelschung.

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Top Terrorist, criminal in Durres: der Kosovare Lulzim Berisha! Direkter Geschaeftspartner, der Kosovare und Abgeordnete Hazmir Gashi von Durres.!

Erst heute kommen erstaunlicherweise Artikel hierueber, was bei dieser Justiz nicht verwundern kann, welche auch lt. Kresniq Spahiu, nicht in Funktion ist. Alle Schwer Verbrecher konnten sich bei der Politik freikaufen! In Albanien gelten keinerlei Gesetze mehr, weil die Salih Berisha Bande, einen Staat ohne Gesetze will.


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C O N F I D E N T I A L SECTION 01 OF 02 TIRANA 000755 SIPDIS STATE PASS TO EUR/SCE:JISMAIL, INL/RM:JWALSH, INL/AAE:SLOGAN JUSTICE PASS TO NICK ACKERS E.O. 12958: DECL: 11/25/2019 TAGS: PGOV SOCI KCOR PINS AL SUBJECT: SUPRISE POLICE SHAKEUP REVEALS AN “UNTOUCHABLE” Classified By: Ambassador John L. Withers for reasons 1.4 (b) and (d) ¶1. (C) Summary. After only one week in power, newly appointed General Director of the State Police Hysni Burgaj announced reassignments of almost all regional and functional police directors. Two weeks later, Burgaj made similar staff changes in the Border Police. While the speed of the shakeup took critics and international donors by surprise, Post agrees with the European Union Police Assistance Mission PAMECA’s assessment that the changes were in compliance with regulations and Post’s ICITAP believes many are positive moves. However, Post remains concerned about the Director of Intelligence, Agron Kulicaj, who was not moved in the shakeup. Sources claim Kulicaj is corrupt and international donors refuse to assist the Albanian Police due in part to his presence. The Ambassador has expressed our concern over corruption in the senior ranks of the State Police in general to Minister of Interior Basha, and Post’s ICITAP has expressed our specific concerns about Kulicaj to Burgaj. Burgaj has noted that Kulicaj is closely connected to Prime Minister Berisha, and any attempt to dismiss or reassign him must come from the PM’s office. End Summary. WIDESPREAD SHAKEUP ASSESSED POSITIVELTY ————————————— ¶2. (SBU) On October 29, Burgaj was appointed by the Council of Ministers to replace Ahmet Prenci. It is widely rumored that although Prenci offered his resignation due to health concerns, in reality he took the fall over police mishandling of the arrest of organized crime figure Dritan Dajti in August. Burgaj was previously Prenci’s deputy and enjoys a good reputation. To date, Post has been pleased with Burgaj’s performance. Shortly after his appointment, Burgaj indicated to Post his intention to make sweeping personnel changes in the Albanian State Police (ASP). ¶3. (SBU) While the speed of Burgaj’s announced changes was surprising, the changes have been assessed positively and have been in compliance with regulations in the Police Law. A concern reported by PAMECA is that normally, dismissed or reassigned officers should be given 30 day’s notice, but PAMECA’s report went on to say “practice in many UK forces would not be dissimilar after the appointment of a new Chief Constable, so PAMECA’s response has been a balanced one.” The moves have been reassignments rather than dismissals and have been assessed positively by both ICITAP and PAMECA. ICITAP has not cited any of the proposed moves as having a negative impact to date. ¶4. (SBU) The UK Embassy raised initial concern over the reassignment of Arjan Muca from the directorate of organized crime to be an advisor to Burgaj. British concerns stem from the substantial investment the EU had made in the organized crime directorate that they felt would be lost in the dismissal. However, after further deliberation, the EU concluded that historical knowledge and training will remain intact in the capacity of the staff. ICITAP believes Muca’s reassignment is beneficial as Muca has been opposed to information-sharing with the Border Police. CONTINUED CONCERNS OVER KULICAJ ——————————- ¶5. (C) One director that was not touched in the shakeup was Agron Kulicaj, Director of Intelligence in the ASP, who is widely believed to be corrupt. Sources have told post that several European donors refuse to get involved in police assistance partly due to Kulicaj’s presence. We have reason to believe this may be true of some U.S. agencies also. Not only are Kulicaj’s corrupt practices well-known, there are rumors that he may have been involved in the debacle that unfolded around the arrest of organizd crime figure Dritan Dajti in August, when Dajti was tipped off and several police officers died in the consequent shoot-out. Some in the police believe that Kulicaj may have assisted Dajti to escape previous arrest attempts. According to police sources, senior police officials decided to move against Dajti in August of this year because Kulicaj was out of Albania at the time and supposedly unable to tip off Dajti. ¶6. (C) The Ambassador has shared with Minister Basha our concerns about corruption in the senior levels of the ASP. Last week, ICITAP spoke with ASP General Director Burgaj about our specific concerns with Kulicaj. Burgaj concurred, noting that he has had his own problems with Kulicaj and that TIRANA 00000755 002 OF 002 others in the police are concerned with his alleged involtement in corrupt)on afd links to organized criminalc. How%v%r, Qurgaj noted that he does not have the power to transfer or dismiss Kulicaj. Burgaj intimated that this was due to Kulicaj’s close t)es to PM Berisha, for whom he used to be a bodyg%ard. Burgaj suggested that if the Embassy was c/ncerned, the Ambassador should raise the specific matter of Kulicaj with Berisha, as only he can make decisions about Kulicaj’s assignment. WITHERS

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SIPDIS

DEPT FOR EUR/SCE

E.O. 12958: DECL: 08/12/2019
TAGS: PGOV KDEM KCRM ASEC PHUM PREL AL
SUBJECT: CRIMINALS MAKING THE LAWS IN ALBANIA’S PARLIAMENT

Classified By: AMBASSADOR JOHN L. WITHERS II FOR REASONS 1.4 (b) AND (d
).

¶1. (C) Despite the relative calm on Election Day, it has
very much come to our attention that there is a strong
undercurrent of people tied to organized crime that
participated and/or were involved in possibly manipulating
the June 28 elections. The three major parties, the
Democratic Party (DP), the Socialist Party (SP) and the
Movement for Social Integration (LSI) all have MPs with links
to organized crime. While Post cannot legally prove these
links, the conventional wisdom, backed by other reporting, is
that the new parliament has quite a few drug traffickers and
money launderers. During the electoral campaign, one
politician, Alex Keka, a local head of the Christian
Democratic Party (CDP) in northern Albania, was even killed
by a car bomb. Keka was suspected of being involved in the
trafficking of arms and narcotics. (NOTE: Keka was not
running for Parliament, although other members of his party
were. END NOTE).

Law Breakers Turned Law Makers
——————————

¶2. (C) Some of the more noteworthy MPs with ties to organized
crime are:

– Tom Doshi: An SP MP from Shkoder, Doshi, singled out in
the Human Rights Report for physically assaulting a
journalist in the Sheraton Hotel, was a key figure in
financing SP electoral efforts. He is known as the richest
MP, with a declared fortune of more than $15 million and is
also suspected of trafficking narcotics. Doshi served in the
previous parliament as a DP MP, before switching sides to the
SP shortly before the election.

Lefter – Nard Koka – Agron / Armando Duka Mafia: specialist für fraud election in Durres / Spitale

– Lefter Koka: Representing LSI from Durres, Koka is a
member of perhaps the most notorious organized crime family
in Albania, with ties to narcotics and human trafficking and
other illicit activities.

– Sokol Oldashi: Olldashi, the current Minister of Public
Works, Transport, and Telecommunication and DP MP from Fier,
is suspected of smuggling goods and narcotics.
Circumstantial evidence links Olldashi and Fatmir Kajolli in
Fier to Minister of Justice Enkelejd Alibeaj in a scheme to
release prisoners from jails to act as electoral bullies.

– Lulzim Basha: According to one SP source, FM Basha, who
represents the DP in Elbasan, was involved in facilitating
the release from prison of a notorious criminal in Elbasan in
return for support from the criminal’s family. Relatives of
the criminal promised to “organize” people in Elbasan to
support Basha. The criminal was released on June 29, the day
after the elections.

– Paulin Sterkaj: The 48 year old DP MP from Shkoder is a
former professional wrestler with little to no formal
education. Sterkaj was previously in the SP and has been
accused by a former friend of murdering a politician in
Shkoder a few years ago. Sterkaj claims to have business
interests in oil, restaurants, and construction, but little
is known about his activities.

– Gramoz Ruci: SP MP and party General Secretary, Ruci has
long-standing ties to narcotics traffickers and organized
crime. Ruci has also been banned from entering the U.S.
since 2005 due to a permanent visa ineligibility.

¶3. (C) Comment: Post is not sure which tack the ODIHR report
on the Albanian elections will take once released, but it is
widely accepted locally that 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, and are responsible for making the laws that will
propel Albania toward further Euro-Atlantic integration. The
seedy, possibly criminal, behavior of many of Albania’s MPs
is disturbing and does not bode well for democratic
development. It is a widely held view throughout Albania
that all parties have MPs with links to organized crime and
accept money from organized crime. This is a very troubling
phenomenon that we and the international community will have
to address at some point in the future. One bright spot,
however, is that there are a few MPs who have begun to
recognize that Albania should not have such
characters represented in its parliament. How long it will
take though to remove these ruffians from power though is
another question. After all, money is the lifeblood of
politics, and in a poor country with no campaign finance

TIRANA 00000552 002 OF 002

transparency or tradition of small donors supporting their
favorite candidates, criminals are an easy source of campaign
funds.
WITHERS

http://wikileaks.org/cable/2009/08/09TIRANA552.html

Salih Berisha und sein Wahl Fälschungs System mit Ferdinand Poni von 1996-2011
Ferdinand Poni, ist ein Profi Wahlen Fälscher! Heute Vize Innenminister, wo ein enger Verwandter in Vlore verhaftet wurde, wegen Grundstücks Urkunden Fälschungen (siehe auch Patozi, im Skandal “Bucht Generale”, 4.000 gefälschte Grundstücks Urkunden)! Auch bei den Wahlen 1996, wurde massiv herum gefälscht, damals war Ferdinand Poni Innenminister. Live gesehen auch bei den Parlaments Wahlen 2009, die militanten DP Anhänger bei den Wahl Lokalen, welche heute u.a. durch den Ex-Botschafter Withers beschuldigt werden, gefakte ID Karten erhalten zuhaben von Ferdinand Poni, mit den Daten von Migranten, wo nur noch Bilder der eigenen Anhänger eingescannt wurden. Diese Berufs Kriminellen, welche Salih Berisha anheuert, teilweise sogar freigelassene Mörder, benutzten dann diese ID Karten um mehrfach zuwählen. siehe Gramoz Ruci im Parlament und der Profi Wahlfälscher von 1996 schon, ist heute zuständig für die Biometrischen Pässe und ID Karten, als Mitglied im engeren Zirkel der Berisha Top Mafia. Ergänzt mit den neuen wikileaks Informationen, wie das Poni organisierte, die Ausführungen des Gramoz Ruci im Parlament und andere Ausführungen, ergibt sich ein klares Bild gezielter Wahlfälschungen, was sogar wie bewiesen vor gefälschten Abstimmungen im Parlament durch Josefina Topalli nicht halt macht.

How to steal elections
02/09/2011 19:55

How to steal elections

“How to steal elections, Albanian style.” This is not the title of a manual for stealing elections, but a cable of the US Embassy that was published today on Wikileaks, showing all misdeeds of 1996.

“The manipulated elections of 1996 show the lowest point for the Albanian elections, filled with irregularities, violence, artificially filled ballot boxes, police intimidation against opposition and an incompetent administration of the process. These elections were destructive and brought the country to collapse and civil war one year later”.

This is how the US Embassy describes the situation of the elections on that year, a manipulation behind which stood Sali Berisha, then President of the country from the Democratic Party, and the Interior Minister of the time, now Deputy Minister, Ferdinand Poni….

wikileaks: Seit Jahren bekannt: die Salih Berisha Regierung ist ein krimineller Idioten Club

E shtunë, Shtator 3rd, 2011 | Shkruar nga

Gjysmë të vërtetat e mediave qeveritare

Një nga lajmet më të rënda të botuara dje nga ana e mediave shqiptare, ishte ai për lidhjen e mundshme të deputetëve me krimin, sipas një kabllogrami të ambasadës amerikane(lajmi më i rëndë, ai për rolin e Shkëlzen Berishës, ishte botuar vetëm në tre gazeta, Shekulli, Shqip dhe Tema, gjithashtu dhe lajmi për Agron Kuliçaj).

Demonstrationen, gegen die Mafia in Vlore

Vlore, protest against crime

Vlore, protest against crime

Vlore Citizens gathered in a peaceful meeting against the mafia-style murder of Judge Skerdilajd Konomi.

The meeting under the motto “together against crime” had as participants Vlore citizens, relatives of the judge, colleagues and local administration leaders. The citizens demanded more security for their life and finding the murders of Judge Konomi through banners saying “Vlore is Free”, “Criminals to justice”.

The protesters marched on the main boulevard and stopped at the location where Judge Konomi was killed, placing flowers besides his photo.

High Council of Justice: Criminals to be brought to justice

The Vice Chairman of the High Council of Justice, Kreshnik Spahiu, declared that the judicial system is expecting the investigation institutions to announce the names of the macabre crime, the murder of Judge Skerdilajd Konomi, and bring them to justice.

“We are expecting justice not only for Judge Konomi, but for establishing in our country the state authority, which is obviously damaged by this crime. Many serious crimes against justice authorities have remained unsolved, but such a precedent must be solved”, Spahiu declared.

One day before this important HCJ meeting, Spahiu declared that the other judges’ life is endangered.

The US Ambassador, Alexander Arvizu, considered this crime as horrible and appealed the police and prosecution to cooperate for solving the murder.

Vlore, protest against crime

Vlore, protest against crime
Vlore Citizens gathered in a peaceful meeting against the mafia-style murder of Judge Skerdilajd Konomi.

The meeting under the motto “together against crime” had as participants Vlore citizens, relatives of the judge, colleagues and local administration leaders. The citizens demanded more security for their life and finding the murders of Judge Konomi through banners saying “Vlore is Free”, “Criminals to justice”.

The protesters marched on the main boulevard and stopped at the location where Judge Konomi was killed, placing flowers besides his photo.

High Council of Justice: Criminals to be brought to justice

The Vice Chairman of the High Council of Justice, Kreshnik Spahiu, declared that the judicial system is expecting the investigation institutions to announce the names of the macabre crime, the murder of Judge Skerdilajd Konomi, and bring them to justice.

“We are expecting justice not only for Judge Konomi, but for establishing in our country the state authority, which is obviously damaged by this crime. Many serious crimes against justice authorities have remained unsolved, but such a precedent must be solved”, Spahiu declared.

One day before this important HCJ meeting, Spahiu declared that the other judges’ life is endangered.

The US Ambassador, Alexander Arvizu, considered this crime as horrible and appealed the police and prosecution to cooperate for solving the murder.

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Eine Antwort to “wikileaks und das most criminal Enterprise der Welt: Salih Berisha”

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