Es bleiben viele Fragen offen, weil ständig die Gross Verbrecher Slowenischen Pass haben, immer mit der Türkischen Drogen Mafia zutun haben. und Nichts geschieht. Journalisten Berichte, was die Internationalen ignorierecn, denn man kann man Luxus Autor verkaufen, Einrichtungen für ViLlen, und ist in sonstigen Geschäften gut verbunden.
An den Luxus Villen, teuren Autos mit getönten Scheiben erkennt man Mafiosi im Balkan, ebenso korrupte Poltiiker an teuren Uhren.
Balkan drug lord Dragoslav Kosmajac was arrested in Belgrade early on Sunday.
Serbia’s Interior Minister Nebojsa Stefanovic announced at an extraordinary press conference that 61-year-old Kosmajac and seven of his accomplices had been arrested in a police operation, adding that they would remain in custody for a period of up to 48 hours.
He specified that four had been arrested in Sremska Mitrovica and the others in Belgrade.
Stefanovic, as cited by Serbian broadcaster RTS, said that the arrests had been made after four months of intense work.
He made clear that the police operation had been preceded by four months of intense work.
Kosmajac is suspected of committing a number of offenses, including tax evasion, incitement to abuse of office, fraud, unlawful occupation of land acquired through forged documents, according to local police.
His accomplices, aged 37 to 64, were arrested on suspicion of committing abuse of office, abetting abuse of office, document forgery, and fraud.
Kosmajac is believed to be connected to international drug traffickers in South America, from where he is believed to have organized the delivery of large shipments of cocaine to Europe.
Kosmajac is also believed to have organized a cocaine smuggling channel from Turkey, Bulgaria, and Macedonia via Serbia and Montenergo to Western Europe.
OCCRP and CINS found records in the Austrian business registry showing that Tončev formed a construction company called O.T.O. in January 1997 in Vienna. One year later, Milutin Marković became his partner in the company.
According to the intelligence file, Marković is tied to the international drug trade and has a “close connection”to drug lord Dragoslav Kosmajac. Two police sources confirmed this.
“During May 2010 there were registered contacts between Tončev and Milutin Marković, called ‘Puta’, who is engaged in the international distribution of drugs, and has close ties to Dragoslav Kosmajac,” the report states. At that time, Tončev was the adviser for European integration to Dačić, who was then minister of interior.
Kosmajac is, according to a police report, court testimony, media reports and police sources, alleged to be one of largest cocaine smugglers in Serbia and Western Europe, but OCCRP and CINS could find no evidence he has ever been arrested or charged for criminal activity.
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