Die grossen Serbischen und Albanischen Gangster, von Arkan, Dobrosav Gavric, Bajraktari bis US Senator Eliot Engel

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BIRN Belgrad: Falsche Identitäten ein System was in Deutschland, Spanien, England, oft Österreich geduldet wird, weil Frank Walter Steinmeier der Patron alle Kriminellen ist. „Kovacevic war in der Tat, Dobrosav Gavric, ein serbischer Flüchtling.“

Frank Wisner, CIA Offizier, Berufs Betrüger im Balkan

Dobrosav Gavric verbringt seine Tage hinter Gittern in Südafrika, einem langen Weg von seiner Heimat, eine endgültige Entscheidung erwartet, ob er zurück nach Serbien geschickt wird, um eine Haftstrafe zu dienen für die Tötung der berüchtigtsten Para Führer der Kriege der 1990er Jahre – Zeljko Raznatovic alias Arkan.

Gavric wurde den Mord an Warlord Arkan im Jahr 2000 in Belgrad für schuldig befunden, aber floh nach Südafrika seiner Strafe zu vermeiden, dient. Er wird nun mit Blick auf die Auslieferung nach Südafrika Verfassungsgericht Ende September entschieden, dass er zurück nach Serbien geschickt werden, wo er argumentiert hatte, dass sein Leben in Gefahr wäre.

Gavric hatte Serbien geflohen und wurde erst später fast fünf Jahren wieder zu hören, wenn es entdeckt wurde, dass er in Südafrika lebte. Zu dieser Zeit arbeitet er als Fahrer und Leibwächter für einen Unterwelt-Chef Kapstadt, Cyril Beeka, es entstand schließlich, wenn der südafrikanische Gangster erschossen wurde März 2011 tot.


Albanian Drug Gangsters Taunt UK by Flaunting Wealth

Publicity-addicted Albanian gangsters have caused more media fury in Britain by boasting of their ill-gotten gains on social media.

When four Serbian criminals with South African links were murdered in interlinked shootings, media speculated it was revenge for the killing of wartime paramilitary boss Arkan, but the murders actually showed how violence follows Serbian gangsters wherever they go.

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City investigators shut out of Rep. Eliot Engel’s illegal apartment building

City investigators shut out of Rep. Eliot Engel's illegal apartment building
Congressman Eliot Engel is a part owner a Bronx home with an illegal basement apartment. (Enid Alvarez/News)

Rep. Eliot Engel and a business partner have repeatedly ignored city efforts to shut down an illegal apartment at a Bronx building they own, the Daily News has learned.

One city agency cited the owners of 1142 Metcalf Ave. in early 2009, and since then inspectors repeatedly tried to investigate complaints that the illegal unit never went away.

Again and again, Engel and his business partner ignored them, and the initial violation remains open, records show.

Six times since 2009, Buildings Department inspectors door-knocked the six-unit building owned by Engel, (D-Bronx/Westchester), and his partner, local businessman Harry Bajraktari.

Each time they couldn’t get in, so each time they left notices instructing the owners to contact the agency to arrange an appointment – six notices in all since 2009. The latest visit took place last month.

Each time, city officials say, the owners ignored the request.

Engel’s involvement with the Metcalf Ave. apartments began in mid-2008 when Bajraktari, his friend and benefactor, suggested over drinks that Engel become a 24% partner in a six-unit building he was thinking of buying.

Bajraktari, who manages more than two dozen properties in the city, says he’s been friends with Engel for more than 20 years. Since 2005, Bajraktari, one of his other partners, and their families have contributed $72,200 to Engel’s campaigns.

„We were discussing one day, you know, I’m buying this little piece of property, would you want to take a piece of it?“ Bajraktari said.

Engel said he agreed, sight unseen, and paid $30,000 for his stake in the company set up to buy the property – E & J Realty Group LLC.

„My mother had passed away [in 2007] and left me some money and I decided that I wanted to invest it,“ Engel said.

Though they bought into the property in December 2008, Engel did not reveal his ownership on either his 2008 or 2009 disclosure statements to Congress.

He revealed the arrangement for the first time in May on his 2010 statement, then amended the earlier filings last week, after The News asked about it.

He claimed he „neglected to list“ the property earlier because he’d made no money off it. The forms require Congress members to report any business interests.

The city began cracking down on illegal apartments in April, after fires in two such apartments killed five people.

The city Department of Housing Preservation and Development first cited Engel’s building for an illegal basement apartment in February 2009.

After that citation, which remained open as of Friday, the Buildings Department began visiting the property to check out subsequent complaints the illegal apartment was still there.

Last week, Engel acknowledged knowing about the complaints, stating, „I think they have been cleared.“

He said his partner was managing the property and he didn’t know the details, adding, „I’m not getting involved.“

„That was one of the reasons …I didn’t buy a piece of property, I would have to manage it myself, and do plumbing and repairs and whatever,“ Engel said.

„This was a way of having somebody else manage it while I had part ownership in it. I only have minority ownership in it. I only put in 24%, so this was my way of not having to worry about that kind of stuff.“

Bajraktari blamed the problem on a tenant he said he’s been trying to evict since taking over the property. He said he hopes to get the tenant out by the end of the month.

„When we bought the building the guy was there and we tried to get him out,“ Bajraktari said. „We took him to court and the end of this month he’s leaving.“

He said they haven’t charged the basement tenant rent since taking over the property, but could not recall whether he responded to the city’s inspection notices.

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