Die Todes Schwadron aus 1998 rund um Hashim Thaci, welche vor allem in Albanien morderten ab August 1998! Der verhaftetet Sabi Geci, als Ober Leibwächter, REchts der Mörder Selimi, heute FSK Chef, links der Ganove Fatmir Limaj
14 Dec 2010 / 17:50
The Guardian newspaper has reported that a new Council of Europe inquiry names Kosovo Prime Minister Hashim Thaci as the head of “mafia-like” group that smuggled arms, weapons, and human organs through eastern Europe.
The report, the result of a two year investigation, has been obtained by The Guardian ahead of its release. According to the daily, Thaci, a former political leader of the Kosovo Liberation Army, KLA, is cited as “the boss” of the network, which operated both in the run up to the conflict in Kosovo in 1999 and in the years following.
The inquiry finds that, while Serb forces committed horrific crimes during the conflict in Kosovo, suspected war crimes committed by members of the Kosovo Liberation Army were ignored because the international community placed “a premium instead on achieving some degree of short-term stability”.
Citing FBI and other intelligence sources, the report points to Thaci’s control over the heroin trade and says that the network smuggled individuals into Albania, including Serbs, and killed some of them to harvest their organs.
The Guardian has linked the report with a hearing today in the case of seven men suspected of participating in an international human trafficking ring that brought poverty-stricken individuals to Kosovo to harvest their kidneys and sell them to Westerners.
The newspaper writes that the inquiry found that the case being heard today is linked to alleged organ trafficking carried out by the Kosovo Liberation Army in 2000.
The report, drafted by human rights investigator Dick Marty, was launched after former UN war crimes prosecutor Carla del Ponte alleged in her book ‘Madame Prosecutor’ that Serbs were captured and killed during the conflict in Kosovo, and their organs harvested.
Marty concludes that “the signs of collusion between the criminal class and the highest political and institutional office holders are too numerous and too serious to be ignored” and says that the Kosovo people have the right to know the truth.
The author of the report, Dick Marty, will present his work at the Council of Europe on Thursday.
47 Seiten NATO Geheim Papier, über die Super Verbrecher Xhavit Halili und Hashim Thaci und Umgebung.
UN Report: Die Kosovo – UCK – KLA, war immer eine rein kriminelle Organisation
Wie auch im UN Report fest gestellt wird gab es nie Freiheits Kämpfer, sondern die UCK ist eine rein kriminelle Organisation von Schlägern und Verbrechern, welche ihre Drogen- Waffen- Kinder- und Frauen Handel so tarnten! Das wusste man inklusive der Todesschwadronen um eigene Landsleute umzubringen bereits im September 1998
Albanian Organized Crime the Biggest Threat
Bush with Albanian flag
Albanian Mafia the Single Biggest Threat to Europe
March 2008 report by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime which went conveniently unnoticed and uncovered by the western mainstream media, though generally upbeat, bringing the good news of the crime rates dropping in the Balkan region as a whole, and announcing Balkans as “much safer than previously thought”, underlines, once again, the growing concern over the flourishing Albanian mafia, which is now, thanks to the Western power centers, ruling over the Serbian province of Kosovo and Metohija.
Beyond the fancy charts and maps, behind the joy over the “improving trends”, the UN report titled Crime and its Impact on the Balkans [.pdf file], hides a very grim reality of the far-reaching deadly tentacles of Albanian organized crime, exasperated and turned into a malignant disease by the western backing of severing Kosovo-Metohija province from Serbia.
Albanian Clans Take the Leading Place in Organized Crime
Excerpt from the UN Office on Drugs and Crime report for March 2008
[pg 61] From the mid-1980s to the mid-1990s, Turkish organized crime groups dominated European heroin markets. During the 1990s, however, a new ethnic group began to emerge in heroin trafficking: ethnic Albanians. As noted above, until 1991, the nation of Albania was one of the most isolated in the world. Albanians living in former Yugoslavia [in Serbia, Kosovo-Metohija province], however, moved with great freedom to the east and west, and there are reports of ethnic Albanian involvement in Italian organized crime groups from the mid-1980s.
…………….By 2000, Italian chief prosecutor Cataldo Motta went so far as to assert that “Albanian organized crime has become a point of reference for all criminal activity today. Everything passes via the Albanians.”
[pg 65] Arguably, Albanian heroin dealers are the single most notorious Balkan organized crime phenomenon. For example, a decade ago the Council of Europe noted in its organized crime situation report:
“While in former years the [heroin] trade [in Austria] was dominated by Turkish organizations, it was noted in 1998 that ethnic Albanians have now taken over… ethnic Albanian criminal organizations managed to build a Europe-wide network and hold monopolies in urban areas. They maintain operational bases in Austria, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Switzerland, United Kingdom, and in the Nordic countires…”
And in its 2005 situation report, the Council of Europe said:
“Ethnic Albanian criminal groups are reportedly responsible for a large part of the wholesale distribution of heroin in Europe… Ethnic Albanian criminal groups pose a significant threat to the EU because of their involvement in drug trafficking, THB [trafficking in human beings] and money laundering.”
“Ethnic Albanian Criminal Groups” are the only national group discussed in the 2006 Europol [European department of Interpol] publication The Threat from Organized Crime:
“Ethnic Albanian organized crime groups have established themselves in many European Union Member States and beyond… ethnic Albanian crime groups are found to extend their role from facilitators to achieving full control in certain crime areas. They adapt without difficulties to local or changing situations.”
No “Freedom Fighters”, Just Criminals and Thugs
On the preceding pages, the latest Drugs & Crime UN report offers a rarely accurate analysis of the situation among the ethnic Albanians (both next door to Serbia, in neighboring Albania, and in Serbia itself, mainly in the southern Kosovo province), which led to formation of the Albanian terrorist KLA (UCK) and to the terrorist attacks in Serbia — an unusually honest glimpse at the root-causes of Albanian insurrection and occupation of part of Serbia, impossible to find in the tons of worthless junk produced daily by the Western mainstream media.
The following excerpt effectively dismantles the pompous claims of heroic “struggle for freedom and independence” and disingenuous references to the “self-determination” of an ethnic group which has already exercised its right to self-determination with the formation of state of Albania.
No, it has nothing to do with “freedom”, “independence” or “self-determination”, it is all about illicit trade, crime without punishment, lawlessness, thuggery and insatiable greed.
Criminals, Terrorists or Politicians? In Kosovo-Metohija, all Three.
Excerpt from the UN Office on Drugs and Crime report for March 2008
[pg 52] According to an Interpol statement made before the U.S. Congress in 2000:
US Sonder Gesandter Robert Gelbard, UN-Reports und die OSCE Reports klassifizierten die UCK – KLA als eine kriminelle und Terroristische Organisation. Finanziert über den Frauen- und Drogen Handel und als feige und desorganisierte Bande, welche vor jedem Serbischen Polizei Einsatz davon lief. Eine 10-teilige Doku, über die Kriegs Inzenierung durch Morde und Terror der NATO und der EU, um den Kosovo Krieg zu provozieren.
Albanian Secret Service Chief Fatos Klosi in 16.5.1998 in der “Albania” durch den Albanischen Geheimdienst Chef Fatos Klosi: KLA (UCK) is financed by Bin Laden
After the arrest of a man in Kosovo on war crimes charges this month, the BBC’s Nick Thorpe visits Albania, which is at the centre of the EU-led investigation into torture and murder.
Durres is a popular holiday spot, but is implicated in a dark chapter of history
The Hotel Drenica still graces the sea-front in Durres, on Albania’s Adriatic coast – one of a long line of hotels and restaurants waiting for the summer influx of tourists.
Children take their first dip of the season in the warming sea, while their parents sip coffee and watch them from the terraces, and boys play football on the sand.
Ties to neighbouring Kosovo run deep. Tens of thousands of refugees found shelter here during the war, and local people are proud of their role in helping their ethnic-Albanian brethren in their hour of need.
Many bars incorporate Kosovo in their names. In the 1998-99 conflict, the Hotel Drenica was at the centre of everything – it was the local headquarters of the Kosovo Liberation Army.
There is still an engraving on a red marble block at the back of the hotel, of a soldier and the initials UCK – the KLA.
But the arrest of Sabit Geci in Pristina on 6 May, and an ongoing investigation by the War Crimes Unit of Eulex – the European Union Law and Justice Mission in Kosovo – look set to show the role of Durres in a different light.
We panicked every time they opened the door, wondering who they were going to pick on next Former prisoner, Kukes detention centre
Mr Geci, 51, stands accused of the torture and killing of ethnic Albanian prisoners of the KLA at a detention facility within a KLA base in the north-east Albanian town of Kukes in 1999. According to investigators, some of the 40 people who were mistreated in Kukes were detained by the KLA in Durres.
EULEX durchsucht die Durres Verbrecher Zentrale Hotel – Bar DRENCIA des Hashim Thaci – Sabit Verbrecher Clans
Bar DRENCIA / Durres/ Albania — head quarter of hashim Thacis killer swadron in 1998
14 Dec 2010 / 18:06
New Details Emerge in Kosovo Organ Trafficking Case
The trial of seven Kosovo residents suspected of involvement in a massive human trafficking ring in 2008 is being linked to allegations that members of the Kosovo Liberation Army sold the organs of prisoners during the 1999 conflict.
According to the Guardian, the Medicus clinic, just outside of Pristina, is linked in a Council of Europe report, to be published on Thursday, to allegations that the elements of the Kosovo Liberation Army traded the organs of prisoners during the 1999 conflict.
The council’s human rights rapporteur Dick Marty reports that there is “credible, convergent indications” that the removal of organs from prisoners in Albania by the KLA is “closely related to the contemporary case of the Medicus clinic”.
The report states: “As and when the transplant surgeons were confirmed to be in position and ready to operate, the captives were brought out of the ’safe house’ individually, summarily executed by a KLA gunman, and their corpses transported swiftly to the operating clinic.”
Marty’s report suggests the KLA held Serbs and other captives in secret detention centres in Albania and a small number of prisoners were then transferred to a makeshift clinic in Fushe Kruja, just north Tirana, where they were shot in the head before their kidneys were removed.
Seven Medicus-linked suspects appeared in court on Tuesday in Pristina accused of bringing up to 30 people, plucked from the poorest corners of the world, to Kosovo under the false promise that they would be paid for their kidneys.
Among the accused is Dr Lutfi Dervishi, a well known urologist, who is believed to be the ringleader, and his son Arban, who managed the clinic.
Driton Jilta, a former doctor with the OSCE in Kosovo, and Ilir Rrecaj, a former senior health ministry official, are also suspected of misusing their public positions.
Rrecaj is alleged to have issued a letter in 2008 giving Medicus the right to carry out organ transplants, despite a ban in Kosovo on private clinics carrying out these operations. Three other doctors are also suspected of involvement.
Five of the men pleaded not guilty, while doctors Islam Bytyqi and Sylejman Dulla did not enter a plea.
The charges range from people trafficking to the unlawful exercise of medical activity.
According to the indictment, read out in court, the men brought up to 30 organ donors to Kosovo from countries such as Kazakhstan, Moldova and Turkey in 2008, promising them around $20,000 in exchange for their kidney.
The seven Kosovars were allegedly aided by Dr Yusuf Sonmez, wanted for organ trafficking charges in a series of other countries, and Moshe Harel, an Israeli of Turkish origin who the prosecution says acted as the gang’s fixer, finding both donors and recipients and handling funds. Both men are currently on the run and Interpol notices have been issued for their arrest.
The organ recipients travelled to Kosovo from countries such as Israel, Canada and Poland to receive the kidneys.
The indictment said the gang preyed on the donors’ “extreme poverty” to lure them to Pristina, where they had their organs removed but were never paid.
The gang was uncovered after a 24-year-old Turkish man, Yiman Altun, was stopped at the airport in November 2008 as he was about to board a plane to Istanbul.
He had been questioned on arrival and had presented a letter from Medicus claiming that he was in Kosovo for medical treatment.
On his departure, however, he admitted that he had donated a kidney and, after a medical inspection, was sent to hospital.
Kosovo Police and the UN Mission in Kosovo officers then raided Medicus, discovering the elderly Israeli recipient in bed as well as expired medicine.
The recipients, according to the indictment, paid around $90,000 for the operation.
Another doctor named in the indictment, Israeli national Zaki Shapira, is described as an unindicted co-conspirator.
Along with Sonmez, Shapira has been connected to a string of organ trafficking cases across the world.
The confirmation hearing was delayed by legal arguments and will be reconvened in January before the EU rule-of-law mission judge. His decision on whether to hold a full trial will be made within 15 days.
Peinlich für die EULEX und die UNMIK Mafia sowieso unter Joachim Rückers
Kosova-Wegen Organhandel wurde Anklage erhoben
Geschrieben von Genc Mustafa
Samstag, 13. November 2010
Im Jahr 2008 wurde die private Klinik “Medicus” in Prishtina, Kosovo geschlossen. In der Klinik wurden za. 20 Personen Organe entnommen. Die Patienten die ihre Niere verkauften erhielten zwischen 5.000 und 14.000 Euro. Anschließend wurden die Nieren für bis zu 100.000 Euro verkauft . Jetzt erst hat die Staatsanwaltschaft Anklage erhoben. Die Chefs des Unternehmens der türkische Arzt Yusuf Sönmez und der israelische Arzt und Geschäftsmann
Moshe Harel reisten damals problemlos aus Kosova aus. Die missbrauchten Patienten kamen hauptsächlich mittels gefälschter Papiere aus der Republik Moldawien , Kasachstan, Russland und der Türkei. Das versprochene Geld bekamen die Patienten nur teilweise ausbezahlt. Nach Angaben der Staatsanwaltschaft waren fünf Kosovaren in den Fall verwickelt. Die Chefs des kriminellen Unternehmens waren der Chirurg Lutfi Dervishi aus Kosova , zusammen mit Sönmez und Harel. Keiner der Verdächtigen ist bis dato in Untersuchungshaft.Der EU Staatsanwalt erklärte, „Dervishi hatte eine Konferenz in Istanbul im Jahre 2006 besucht und gefragt, welche Person Organtransplantationen macht.“ Dervishi wurde sechs Monate später von Yusuf Sönmez kontaktiert. Lutfi Dervishi leitete dann die Operationen in der Klinik “Medicus”. Die Geschäfte führte sein Sohn Arban Dervishi Zwei weitere Ärzte, Sokol Jilta, Hajdini Bruno führten ebenfalls Operationen durch. Auch sie befinden sich nicht in Untersuchungshaft. Die Menschen nach Kosova lieferten im Yusuf Sönmez und Moshe Harel. Auf den Prozess darf man gespannt sein. Angeblich wurde gegen Yusuf Sönmez und Moshe Harel ein internationaler Haftbefehl erlassen. Der Fall zeigt auch wohin die Privatisierung gerade auch im Gesundheitswesen geführt hat.In Prishtina gibt es eine Menge Privatkliniken. Die Gesundheit der Menschen Kosovas ist eine kostenpflichtige Ware geworden. Die Meisten Menschen können sich Gesundheit nicht mehr leisten. Letzteres verteidigt die EULEX vehement. Im Fall Medicus bekämpft sie nur bizarre und barbarische Formen dieser Entwicklung.
Um den Arzt Lutfi Dervishi (verwandt mit dem Minister Ilir Meta natürlich), dem Ex-Direktor des Gesundheits Ministerium: Ilir Rrecaj und um den Israeli Moshe Harel, wird nun gegen 7 Personen im Kosovo Anklage gemacht, wegen Organ Handel, wobei die Opfer auch noch mit falschen Versprechungen in die Mafia Republik Kosovo gelockt wurden.
Deshalb musste schon der frühere Gesundheits Minister Alush Gashi gehen, aus der berüchtigten Verbrecher Clan Familie der Gashi’s, die auch mit dem korrupten Michael Steinmeier verwandt ist, weil man erfolgreiche eine junge Frau auf den Profil Neurothiker ansetzte.
Update on Medicus case 12 November , 2010 EULEX can confirm that indictments relating to the ‘Medicus’ case is currently before the District Court of Pristina awaiting the confirmation hearing. EULEX makes the following comments: The Indictments have been filed on 15th and 20th October 2010, respectively. Five persons have been charged with offences of trafficking in human organs, organised crime and abusing official authority and two are charged with unlawful exercise of medical activities. The defendants include a number of doctors and one individual who previously worked at a senior level in the Ministry of Health. The Kosovo Special Prosecution Office (SPRK) has filed an application with the court to join these two indictments. This case concerns, the international trafficking of organs at the ‘Medicus’ clinic in Pristina. The ‘donors’ and recipients of the organs were of different nationalities. Two more suspects are the subject of Interpol arrest warrants. The case was initiated by Kosovo and UNMIK police officers in November 2008. EULEX Executive Police officers continued the investigation under the supervision of SPRK. EULEX judges have been assigned to the case. EULEX
Prokuroria akuza 7 personave per trafikim organesh
Prokuroria akuza 7 personave per trafikim organeshPRISHTINE-Një prokuror i Bashkimit Evropian ka akuzuar shtatë persona si të dyshuar për rrjetin ndërkombëtar të trafikimit të organeve që operojnë në Kosovë, njoftoi agjencia e lajmeve AP.
AFP raporton se e ka siguruar aktpadinë, në të cilën prokurori Xhonatan Ratel ka thënë se “grupi i organizuar kriminal” ka trafikuar njerëz në Kosovë, me qëllim të heqjes së organeve, përfshirë veshkat dhe për t’i “transplantuar te personat tjerë”.
Agjencia tha se hetimet kanë treguar se rreth 20 shtetas të huaj “ishin rekrutuar me premtime të rreme për pagesa” në vitin 2008.
“Këto viktimat janë rekrutuar në vendet tjera, pastaj janë transportuar dhe janë pritur në Aeroportin e Prishtinës me premtime të rreme për pagesa për t’ua hequr veshkat”, ka thënë Ratel. Sipas tij, viktimave u ishin premtuar deri 20 mijë dollarë, ndërsa nga pranuesit e organeve është kërkuar të paguajnë prej 80 mijë euro deri në 100 mijë euro.
Sipas aktakuzës, viktimat kanë ardhur nga Moldavia, Kazakistani, Rusia e Turqia dhe kanë jetuar në “varfëri të skajshme apo me shqetësime akute financiare”.
Raporti thotë se rrjeti i shtatë të dyshuarve përfshin pesë kosovarë, një turk dhe një izraelit.
Askush nga të dyshuarit aktualisht nuk ndodhet në paraburgim.
Zbulohet një rrjet ndërkombëtar i trafikimit të organeve me bazë në Kosovë
Publikuar: Sot, më 12 nëntor 2010
Ish ushtruesi i detyrës së sekretarit të përhershëm të MSH-së, Ilir Rrecaj ishte shkarkuar nga ministri i atëhershëm Alush Gashi.
Të dyshuarit kishin mohuar të gjitha akuzat kur fillimisht ishin arrestuar në vitin 2008.
Und in Albanien lief das zumindest bis vor kurzem identisch. Kinder wurden ab 1998 in Tirana entführt und verschwanden. Für eine Niere wurden 3.000 $ in 1998 bezahlt und in einem Fall, kann der Autor selbst bezeugen, das der Nieren Spender in 2010 noch lebt