Razzia bei korrupten Albanischen Richtern, wo Bargeld und Munition gefunden wurde

Posted on Februar 15, 2019 von


Alle Mörder, Drogenbosse, Verbrecher laufen seit langem frei herum, seitdem die Deutsche IZR-Stiftung angeblich Justiz bringen will, aber nur Hirnlose Leute entsendet. Mehrere Häuser wurden durchsucht von korrupten Albanischen Richtern, 17.000 € gefunden und Kriegs Munition. Die Richter Mafia, lässt erneut Verbrecher und Mörder frei, die zu Lebenslanger Haft verurteilt sind, und Alle haben unerklärlichen Immobilien Besitz.

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Albania Police Raid Judges’ Homes After Controversial Ruling

February 15, 2019
Albanian police have pounced on the homes of three judges whose controversial ruling, slashing the prison term of a convicted police killer, sparked an outcry – and suspicions of corruption.
Serious Crimes Court in Tirana. Photo: LSA
Albanian police raided on Friday the houses of three judges whose recent ruling sparked an outcry, and said they had found “ammunition and thousands of euros” in the home of one of them, Judge Skender Damini. The judges caused national uproar last month after slicing a third off a convicted police killer’s prison sentence. The Court of Serious Crimes in Tirana authorised the raids after the verdict raised suspicions of collusion and corruption. Dritan Dajti had killed four police officers in 2009 during a shootout. Journalists were tipped off about the raids on the homes of Petrit Aliaj, Skender Damini and Aleks Nikolla, in Tirana, Vlora and Lezha. Main television stations reported live from their homes. “State police can confirm the operation conducted by special forces … to raid the houses of the three judges who had given Dritan Dajti a lenient sentence,” police said later that day. “The operation is ongoing but we can confirm that up till now they have found a quantity of ammunition and thousands of euros,” it added. Albania was shocked last week by the judges’ decision. Politicians on all sides condemned it as criminal. BIRN was unable to contact the judges for their response to this claim. Gerd Hoxha, head of the Judges Union of Albania, told BIRN he could not comment on specific cases but said the union believes its members must be accountable for their actions. Dajti was arrested in 2009 after a shootout left four police officers and one of Dajti’s friends dead. Dajti was only injured. He had been on the run since 2004 after escaping from his trial for the murder of a businessman in 1999. His case turned into an ordeal for the judiciary. The first-instance trial took almost five years after Dajti refused to nominate a defence lawyer – and after his court-appointed lawyers refused to defend him. In 2014, the court finally sentenced him on four counts of murder to four life sentences. The case ended before the High Court of Albania, which ruled that his right to a defence lawyer had been violated. It then turned the case over to the Serious Crimes Appeals Court. Its five-member panel last Friday accepted an “expedited trial” and scrapped a third of his life sentence.

Agnes Bernhard, IRZ Leiterin und käuflich wie extrem dumm