Nachdem ein EU Gerichts Beschluß ignoriert wurde, hat Albanien erheblichen Ärger

Posted on Dezember 1, 2010 von

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Albanien, genau gesagt, der Justiz Minister Bujar Nishani, hat illegal und trotz Verbot und Androhung von Sanktion der EU, den Super Verbrecher Almir Rrapo, Staats Sekretär der „Frankensteins“ der Albanischen Politik und damals Aussenminister Ilir Meta, an die USA ausgeliefert und 2 FBI Agenten übergeben, am 24. November.

http://newyork.fbi.gov

Diese Verhaftung führt in die höchsten Albanischen Politischen Kreise, weil auch (siehe unten) Plaurent Cela, in Wirklichkeit der geflohenen Bruder des Chefs der “Bande de Durresi” ist Lulzim Berisha, und auf der FBI Liste steht, der meist gesuchten Verbrecher in den USA. Partner: Ilir Meta, Fatos Nano, Agron – Armando Duka, Lefter – Nard Koca, Natasho Paco, Edi Rama, Gramoz Ruci, Arta Dade, Leskai und dem Ex-Präsidenten Rexhep Meidani, in Albanien.

Alimir Rrapos, der in alter Tradition der Top Mafia, einen Diplomaten Pass hatte, wurde am 2. Juli 2010 in der Amerikanischen Botschaft festgenommen, weil er durch die Abnahme der Finger Abdrücke enttarnt wurde. Die Kameraden der Balkan Mafia haben zig Namen, wie der Fall des Abgeordnenten Tahiri auch zeigt. Ein typischer Albanischer Diplomat halt, weil man sich bei der Srapari Gang, mit Ilir Meta, immer schon sich einen Diplomaten Pass erkaufen konnte. Man nennt sich bekanntlich Aussenminister und gestern berichteten wir hier über seinen Partei Kollegen und Energie Minister Dritan Prifti, aus dem kriminellen Kartell der sogenannten LSI Partei.
Almir Rrapos
Typischer Albanischer Diplomat – ein Mafia Boss: Almir Rrapos auch wegen Entführung und Mord nun angeklagt und ansonsten: Almir Rrapo, ist Staats Sekretär des sogenannten Albanischen Aussenministers: Ilir Meta, sein persönlicher Adviser, aber nur bei Drogen- und Geldwäsche Geschäften.

Militant, dumm und primitiv, aber zum Berater des Ilir Meta hat es ja gereicht. Haupt Verantwortliche für die Zerstörung des Albanischen Tourismus, durch die Geldwäsche in illegale Hotels, Appartment Blocks und der Abwasser Einleitung ins Meer dieser Bauten (vor allem im Raum Durres, als zentrale Verbrecher Zentrale mit Kavaje, Golem, Pista Ilyria, Mali e Robit) und der totalen Korrumpierung des Staates. siehe auch die Waffen Geschäfte des CIA mit Deligorje, Meico und Pinari.

Balkaninfo

30/11/2010
Migration, Refugees and Population
Disregard by Albania of binding interim measures ordered by the Strasbourg Court ‘unacceptable’

Strasbourg, 30.11.2010 – The Rapporteur of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE), David Darchiashvili (Georgia, EPP/CD), has expressed his deep concern at the decision taken by the Albanian authorities to extradite Almir Rrapo to the United States on 24 November 2010, ignoring a binding interim measure ordered by the Court that this applicant should not be extradited to the USA. Mr Darchiashvili is the Rapporteur on Rule 39 indications by the European Court of Human Rights.

“The growing number of member states that have recently ignored interim measures ordered by the Court under Rule 39 is a major concern of the Assembly,“ he said.

„Member states ought to fully comply with the letter and spirit of the binding measures indicated under Rule 39. Such practices are irresponsible and undermine the authority of the Court.“

„The Parliamentary Assembly will debate this issue at its January session and will certainly take a clear stand strongly condemning the unacceptable disregard of European Convention on Human Rights requirements,“ he added. His report will be discussed jointly with another report by the Committee on Legal Affairs and Human Rights on the implementation of the Court’s judgments.

Assembly report on Rule 39 indications by the European Court of Human Rights (PDF)
Migration, Refugees and Population
Disregard by Albania of binding interim measures ordered by the Strasbourg Court ‘unacceptable’
[30/11/2010]  PACE Rapporteur David Darchiashvili (Georgia, EPP/CD) has expressed his deep concern at the decision taken by the Albanian authorities to extradite Almir Rrapo to the United States on 24 November 2010, ignoring a binding interim measure ordered by the Court that this applicant should not be extradited to the USA. Mr Darchiashvili is the Rapporteur on Rule 39 indications by the European Court of Human Rights.  (more..)
Assembly report on Rule 39 indications by the European Court of Human Rights (PDF) 

01 Dec 2010 / 15:12
Albania Under Fire Again for Extradition Decision

Albania has come under fire again for a decision to extradite murder suspect Almir Rrapo to the United States in defiance of a binding measure from the European Court of Human Rights.

The Rapporteur of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, David Darchiashvili, expressed his deep concern at the decision to extradite Rrapo despite a binding interim measure ordered by the European Court of Human Rights to halt the extradition.

„The Parliamentary Assembly will debate this issue at its January session and will certainly take a clear stand strongly condemning the unacceptable disregard of European Convention on Human Rights requirements,“ Darchiashvili said.

Almir Rrapo was transferred by Albanian authorities to FBI officials at Tirana’s Mother Theresa airport on November 24 and flown to the US to face trial on charges of murder, kidnapping and racketeering.

Two days later, on November 26, Albania’s Supreme Court annulled the extradition of Rrapo, but the ruling arrived too late.

Despite an order from the Strasbourg Human Rights Court to halt the extradition until the Albanian Supreme Court delivered its ruling, the country’s Minister of Justice Bujar Nishani signed the transfer of the suspect to US authorities.

Rrapo’s lawyers had contested his extradition, arguing that the Albanian authorities had not received guarantees from the US Justice Department that the defendant would not receive the death penalty in a US court.

Rrapo was arrested by Albanian Police inside the US embassy in Tirana on July 2. He worked previously as an aide to former foreign minister Ilir Meta, who currently serves as the country’s economy minister.

His arrest created a political storm in Albania, with the opposition calling for the resignation of Foreign Minister Ilir Meta over his hiring of Rrapo as an aide.

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http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/article/albania-under-fire-again-for-extradition-decision

fbiFBI Presse Meldung, zur Auslieferung des Ilir Meta, Staats Sekretär: Almir Rrapo der natürlich in alter Ilir Meta: Mafia Traditions und seiner Ehefrau Monika, einen Diplomaten Pass hatte.

Department of Justice Press Release
For Immediate Release
August 24, 2010 United States Attorney’s Office
Southern District of New York
Contact: (212) 637-2600

Two Additional Arrests Made of Members of Violent International Organized Crime Group
Albanian Government Aide Arrested; Newly Unsealed Indictment Charges 17 Defendants with Murder, Kidnapping, and Other Racketeering Offenses

PREET BHARARA, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, JANICE K. FEDARCYK, the Assistant Director-in-Charge of the New York Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation („FBI“), and RAYMOND W. KELLY, the Police Commissioner of the City of New York, announced the arrests of FLORIAN VESHI and ALMIR RRAPO for their roles in a racketeering enterprise that engaged in murder, kidnapping, narcotics trafficking, extortion, robbery, arson, obstruction of justice, and interstate transportation of stolen goods. VESHI and RRAPO are charged in a new superseding 13-count indictment unsealed yesterday which supersedes charges previously filed against 15 other individuals, including charges of kidnapping, narcotics trafficking, robbery, and firearms crimes.
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http://newyork.fbi.gov/dojpressrel/pressrel10/nyfo082410.htm

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