Aus den früheren Verbrecher Gruppen, des Albanischen Geheimdienstes SHIK, wurde erneut Ilir Kumbaro, Ex-Direktor des Albanischen Geheimdienstes von Scot Land Yard festgenommen. Tausende erhielten Asyl im Ausland, weil man Politische “Freunde” in NATO Staaten hatte, obwohl es billige Verbrecher und Mörder waren. Diesmal geht es um die Ermordung des Remzi Hoxha, eines sogenannten Mazedonischen Busenessman, der wohl ein Spion von Milosevic war und ermordet wurde, weil Remzi Hoxha, auch Zeuge eines Gespräches war zwischen Milosevic und Salih Berisha, wegen dem Treibstoff Schmuggel nach Jugoslawien.
Albaner Kriminelle laufen bekanntlich mit vielen Namen herum, wobei prominente Polizei Direktoren wie Pjerin Ndreu (heute SP Vorsitzender in Tirana, ein Bomben Geschäfte dabei machten und mit Drogen)
Mr Kumbaro entered the UK in August 1996 under the name Shaqa Shatri.
Under his false identity, Mr Kumbaro was granted indefinite leave to remain and issued with a British passport.
He was given incapacity benefits because he claimed he was suffering from depression and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Mr Kumbaro lived in a council estate in Fulham, with people who are believed to be his wife and son.
Albanian Ex-Spy Murder Suspect Held in BritainTirana | 26 August 2010 |
A former Albanian secret services officer, Ilir Kumbarao, who is alleged to have been involved in the torture and murder of an Albanian-Macedonian businessman in 1995, has been arrested by police in Britain.
Kumbarao has been charged by Albanian prosecutors in connection with the killing of Remzi Hoxha, along with Arben Sefgjini, the former head of the General Directorate of Taxes, who previously served as the head of Tirana’s Secret Service Office, SHIK.
Two of Kumbarao's former colleagues, Budion Mece, Avni Kolladashi, have also been charged.
The four former SHIK officers are accused of abducting Hoxha, along with two other men, Zizo Kristopoli and Avdyl Loshaj, on October 21, 1995.
The three were tortured by the defendants, with Hoxha dying as a result of his wounds after being placed in a SHIK safe house in the town of Lezha in northern Albania, prosecutors say.
The reasons behind the abduction and torture remain unclear.
Local media have alleged that Hoxha was a witness to a conversation in Macedonia between then Prime Minister Sali Berisha and former Serb strongman Slobodan Milosevic, in which they agreed terms for smuggling oil during the 1992-1995 Bosnian war.
Berisha has declined to comment on the allegations, but in 2005 admitted tolerating the smuggling trade between Albania and Montenegro.
He said it was allowed for “humanitarian reasons” in order to relieve hardship suffered in Montenegro and Kosovo as a result of the UN embargo.
Critics contend the contraband fuelled Milosevic’s war machine in Bosnia.
Kumbaro had previously been arrested in London in October 2008 following an international manhunt by Interpol and Britain's Scotland Yard.
But he was released after a Tirana court revoked his expired arrest warrant in December 2009. He was re-arrested after a new one was issue.
The defendants all pleaded not guilty when they were arraigned before the High Court in Tirana.