Serbischer Staatsanwalt: Die Privatisierung, dient der Geldwäsche u.a. aus Drogen

Posted on Dezember 31, 2010 von

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Als ob das jetzt eine Neuigkeit wäre. Genau deshalb förderten die kriminellen Deutschen Politiker, ja überall die Privatisierung, damit ihre Balkan Partner der Top Mafia, ihre Gelder waschen konnten, u.a. über Mercedes, VW Vertretungen, wo dann Bodo Hombach führender Mentor der Verbrecher Banden war und andere FES, und SPD Gestalten. Stubonic, wird heute per Interpol Haft Befehl gesucht, war engster Partner des Bodo Hombach u.a. und zugleich natürlich engster Partner im Darko Saric, Drogen Kartell. Um die Geldwäsche auch der Hypo Adria Alpe Banditen Bank zu fördern, investierte man nur in Verbrecher Kartelle, ebenso in Kroatien.

 

Die Grünen und SPD Politiker, zogen eine stinkende Spur der Bestechung durch den Balkan, was bei Gerhard Schröder anfing, mit den Bestechungs Geschäften rund um die EADS, mit dem in Rumänien angeklagten Ex-PM Nastase.

 

“Many companies bought with drug money”

31 December 2010 | 10:45 | Source: Blic, Tanjug
BELGRADE — Special Prosecutor for Organized Crime Miljko Radisavljević said that drug money was used to buy numerous state-owned companies.

Miljko Radisavljević (FoNet, file)
Miljko Radisavljević (FoNet, file)

He told daily Blic that the prosecution and the police would investigate the problematic privatization cases to determine the criminal responsibility of those involved.

An investigation of the Special Prosecution for Organized Crime into how Darko Šarić’s cartel laundered the money from its cocaine smuggling operation revealed that the path led to many privatized companies.

Radisavljević said the prosecution had come across new important information and evidence.

„The money was used to buy a large number of state-owned companies, from which capital was extracted in different ways and used to buy more companies,“ he stressed and announced that the cases would be investigated.

According to him, the companies bought with dirty money were soon left in ruins, with some filing for bankruptcy and only the new owners profiting.

The prosecutor said there were also results in the cases of top-level corruption, with charges brought against the former heads of the Serbian Railways, the Oncology Institute, the Tax Administration in Leskovac, and a verdict for judicial corruption.

Radisavljević stressed that the prosecution’s determination to tackle organized crime and Serbia’s progress were noted in the European Commission (EC) report.

http://www.b92.net/eng/news/crimes-article.php?yyyy=2010&mm=12&dd=31&nav_id=71849

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