Merkwürdige Leute überall in der Welt, wo ein New Yorker Polizist festgenommen wurde, der Geld erpresste, für die übliche Albaner Mafia.
Restaurant Schutz Geld Erpressung in alter Traditon, wie andere Vorgänge rund um die Senator Eliot Engel Mafia zeigt mit Sahit Muja.
NYPD cop busted with reputed gangster for shaking down Queens restaurant owner: prosecutors
The cop, Besnik Llakatura, along with Redinel Dervishaj, who stabbed a groom-to-be on Staten Island last year, and Denis Nikolla were arrested for allegedly shaking down an Albanian restaurant owner for $24,000 over five months.
By Caitlin Nolan AND John Marzulli / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Published: Tuesday, December 3, 2013, 12:26 PM
Updated: Tuesday, December 3, 2013, 10:31 PM
Redinel Dervishaj, seen here in 2012 after he was taken into custody for a fatal stabbing, was arrested on Tuesday along with Denis Nikolla and NYPD cop Besnik Llakatura.
A NYPD cop and two goons — including a reputed gangster who was involved in a fatal stabbing of a groom-to-be — were charged Tuesday with extorting monthly “protection” payments from an Albanian restaurant in Queens, federal authorities said.
The cop, Besnik Llakatura, conspired to shake down the restaurant owner with Llakatura playing the role of the good cop with the victim who was his friend, authorities said.
The restaurant owner went to Llakatura, a friend he knew was a cop, and asked what he should do. Llakatura advised the restaurant owner from reporting the extortion telling him he had no choice but to make the payments, authorities said.
The victim shelled out a total of $24,000 over five months for the phony protection.
In a phone call intercepted by the feds, Llakatura jokingly referred to how he “taxes” local businesses, according to court papers filed in Brooklyn Federal Court.
Also charged were Redinel Dervishaj — who allegedly warned the victim that he had to pay up because he had opened the restaurant in “our neighborhood” — and Denis Nikolla who allegedly menaced the victim at gunpoint when he initially refused their threats.
“The defendants told their victims they offered ‘protection’ but in reality they peddled fear and intimidation through the Albanian community,” said Brooklyn U.S. Attorney Loretta Lynch.
Llakatura, 34, has been suspended from the force. He was assigned to the 120th Precinct in Staten Island and has been on the job for seven years.
Llakatura, who is married with two young children, is also suspected of stalking a mistress, prosecutors said. When she tried to break off their relationship and report him to the police, the feds intercepted a call in which the cop ordered his wife to get rid of a stash of guns he kept in a linen closet and dump them in the woods.
He is a defendant in a federal lawsuit filed this year alleging he and four other officers pummeled a black motorist and fractured his arm in 2010.
Defendants Collected $24,000 of “Protection” Money During a Five-Month Period
|U.S. Attorney’s Office December 03, 2013|
A three-count indictment was unsealed today in federal court in Brooklyn, New York, charging Redinel Dervishaj, Besnik Llakatura, and Denis Nikolla with Hobbs Act extortion conspiracy, attempted Hobbs Act extortion, and brandishing a firearm in relation to the extortion. The charges arose from the defendants’ extortion of money from a Queens County restaurant owner. Llakatura was at the time of the alleged offenses a police officer with the New York City Police Department (NYPD), assigned to the 120th Precinct in Staten Island, New York. He was suspended without pay upon his arrest. The defendants are scheduled to be arraigned this afternoon at the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York before United States Magistrate Judge Joan Azrack.
The charges were announced by Loretta E. Lynch, United States Attorney for the Eastern District of New York; George Venizelos, Assistant Director in Charge, Federal Bureau of Investigation, New York Field Office (FBI); and Raymond W. Kelly, Commissioner, NYPD. ……………….FBI
Weitere Tropoja Verbrecher in Nord Albanien, welche in New York sitzen: Die Super Drogen Clans, welche Fake Bergwerke betreiben, nie Steuern zahlen, weil es um Geldwäsche und Mord geht und Schmuggler Geschäfte aller Art.
Top Chrom Mafia verhaftet: die Bytyci Mord Bande mit dem Sohn von Sahit Muja (Elez Muja ) und Veli Muça
Aktuell in Nord Albanien wie immer die identischen pyschopaten