Dienstag, 25. Januar 2011

Xhavit Halili and Hashim Thaci / Ramuz Haradinaj killer swadron mafia

 NATO Top secret document 47-page, over the crime Organisation: Xhavit Halili, Hashim Thaci, DRENCIA Group

We think this story is huge. Finally some people might begin to really understand the scope of organized crime.

"Kosovo is just a multi-crimininal, poli-functional space. And this space is being used by Washington and by Europe for two things. Mainly it creates a highly criminal mafia environment for terror management. There have been, including Osama bin Laden, many known terrorists flown by American help into this area, and this is a training ground unto today for al Qaeda actions. And that is what Kosovo is needed for." ~ Christof Hoerstel @ 4:00 in the following Russia Today video

The important point to understand, made crystal clear by Aangirfan, is that SOLDIERS KEEP THE GANGSTERS IN POWER.

Please understand. The military knows aaaaaaallllllll about it. The drug trafficking, the human trafficking, the organ trafficking, the weapons trafficking. The authorities know all about it. And they know that some of us know that they know, but we are supposedly wearing tin foil hats. Sure.

See: aangirfan: The CIA's Moslem friends, from bin Laden to the Moslem Brotherhood, October 12, 2010

See: Kosovo's Mafia-like Prime Minister Hashim Thaci: Human Organs Trafficker, December 16, 2010

It is very important in particular to note the importance of EVIDENCE, or LACK OF EVIDENCE. We have noted this many times, how people demand PROOF of various allegations.

Deliberate Destrution of Evidence – Long dismissed in the mainstream media as “Serbian propaganda,” the allegations of organ traffickingfamiliar to our readers – were ignored in the West until early 2008, when Carla Del Ponte, former Prosecutor at the International Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) at The Hague, revealed in her memoirs that she had been prevented from initiating any serious investigation into its merits. She also revealed – shockingly – that some elements of proof taken by ICTY field investigators from the notorious “Yellow House” in the Albanian town of Rripe were destroyed at The Hague, thus enabling the KLA and their Western enablers to claim that “there was no evidence” for the organ trafficking allegations.
How easy is it to make the evidence go away? It's very easy when organized crime has at it's service the military, the media, and people highly placed in governments and bodies throughout the world.

This author makes some very interesting conclusions:

U.S. Damage Limitation and Self-Censorship – Such commentary is light years away from the feeble and half-hearted reporting in the American mainstream media. The Chicago Tribune, for instance, did not deem it fit to publish a story about the Council of Europe report itself. It published two related items critical of the report instead, on the European Union expressing doubt about its factual basis and on the “government” of Kosovo planning to sue Dick Marty for libel. No major daily has published a word of doubt about Bill Clinton’s wisdom of waging a war on behalf of Thaçi and his cohorts a decade ago, or perpetuating the myth of it having been a good war today.

That Thaçi aka “The Snake” is a criminal as well as a war criminal is no news, of course. The intriguing question is who, on the European side, wanted to end his “untouchable” status, why now, and what is the U.S. Government – his principal enabler and abettor – going to do about it.

Unsurprisingly, Thaçi’s “government” dismissed the report on December 14 as “baseless and defamatory.” On that same day Hashim Thaçi wrote in a telegram to President Obama that “the death of Richard Holbrooke is a loss of a friend.” “The Snake” has many other friends in Washington, however, people like US senator (and current foe of WikiLeaks) Joseph Lieberman, who declared back in 1999 at the height of the US-led war against the Serbs that “the United States of America and the Kosovo Liberation Army stand for the same human values and principles … Fighting for the KLA is fighting for human rights and American values.” Thaçi’s photos with top U.S. officials are a virtual Who’s Who of successive Administrations over the past 12 years: Bill and Hillary Clinton, Albright, Bush, Rice, Biden, Wesley Clark….....

 The allegations against Kosovo Prime Minister Hashim Thaci interest us very much. Aangirfan started the day with this news and some images of Thaci with various important people: Bernard Kouchner, Gen. Wesley Clark, Gordon Brown, Madeline Albright...

Here Thaci sits with Tony Blair in 1999. So happy and relaxed! What could they be laughing about?

Discussing traffic?

"All smiles: Tony Blair meets Thaci in 1999 when he was the leader of the KLA and according to yesterday's report, when the organ-ring had just started. The pair posed for photos in a bar near where the European Union summit was being held in Cologne, Germany." Daily Mail

Report identifies Hashim Thaci as 'big fish' in organised crime

Kosovo's prime minister accused of criminal connections in secret Nato documents leaked to the Guardian

  • Kosovo's Prime Minister Hashim Thaci
    Kosovo's Prime Minister Hashim Thaci identified in secret Nato reports as having involvement in criminal underworld. Photograph: Valdrin Xhemaj/EPA Kosovo's prime minister, Hashim Thaçi, has been identified as one of the "biggest fish" in organised crime in his country, according to western military intelligence reports leaked to the Guardian. The Nato documents, which are marked "Secret", indicate that the US and other western powers backing Kosovo's government have had extensive knowledge of its criminal connections for several years. They also identify another senior ruling politician in Kosovo as having links to the Albanian mafia, stating that he exerts considerable control over Thaçi, a former guerrilla leader. Marked "USA KFOR", they provide detailed information about organised criminal networks in Kosovo based on reports by western intelligence agencies and informants. The geographical spread of Kosovo's criminal gangs is set out, alongside details of alleged familial and business links. The Council of Europe is tomorrow expected to formally demand an investigation into claims that Thaçi was the head of a "mafia-like" network responsible for smuggling weapons, drugs and human organs during and after the 1998-99 Kosovo war. The organ trafficking allegations were contained in an official inquiry published last month by the human rights rapporteur Dick Marty. His report accused Thaçi and several other senior figures who operated in the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) of links to organised crime, prompting a major diplomatic crisis when it was leaked to the Guardian last month. The report also named Thaçi as having exerted "violent control" over the heroin trade, and appeared to confirm concerns that after the conflict with Serbia ended, his inner circle oversaw a gang that murdered Serb captives to sell their kidneys on the black market. The Council's of Europe's parliamentary assembly in Strasbourg will debate Marty's findings and vote on a resolution calling for criminal investigations. The vote is widely expected to be passed. Kosovo functioned as a UN protectorate from the end of the Kosovo war until 2008, when it formally declared independence from Serbia. Thaçi, who was re-elected prime minister last month, has been strongly backed by Nato powers. His government has dismissed the Marty report as part of a Serbian and Russian conspiracy to destabilise the fledgling state. However, the latest leaked documents were produced by KFOR, the Nato-led peacekeeping force responsible for security in Kosovo. It was KFOR military forces that intervened in the Kosovo war in 1999, helping to put an end to a campaign of ethnic cleansing by Slobodan Milosevic's Serbian forces. Nato said in a statement tonight that it had instigated an "internal investigation" into the leaked documents, which are intelligence assessments produced around 2004, shortly before tensions with ethnic Serbs fuelled riots in Kosovo. In the documents, Thaçi is identified as one of a triumvirate of "biggest fish" in organised criminal circles. So too is Xhavit Haliti, a former head of logistics for the KLA who is now a close ally of the prime minister and a senior parliamentarian in his ruling PDK party. Haliti is expected to be among Kosovo's official delegation to Strasbourg tomorrow and has played a leading role in seeking to undermine the Marty report in public. However, the Nato intelligence reports suggest that behind his role as a prominent politician, Haliti is also a senior organised criminal who carries a Czech 9mm pistol and holds considerable sway over the prime minister. Describing him as "the power behind Hashim Thaçi", one report states that Haliti has strong ties with the Albanian mafia and Kosovo's secret service, known as KShiK. It suggests that Haliti "more or less ran" a fund for the Kosovo war in the late 1990s, profiting from the fund personally before the money dried up. "As a result, Haliti turned to organised crime on a grand scale," the reports state. They state that he is "highly involved in prostitution, weapons and drugs smuggling" and used a hotel in the capital, Pristina, as an operational base. Haliti also serves as a political and financial adviser to the prime minister but, according to the documents, is arguably "the real boss" in the relationship. Haliti uses a fake passport to travel abroad because he is black-listed in several countries, including the US, one report states. Haliti is linked to the alleged intimidation of political opponents in Kosovo and two suspected murders dating back to the late 1990s, when KLA infighting is said to have resulted in numerous killings. One was a political adversary who was found "dead by the Kosovo border", apparently following a dispute with Haliti. A description of the other suspected murder – of a young journalist in Tirana, the Albanian capital – also contains a reference to the prime minister by name, but does not ascribe blame. Citing US and Nato intelligence, the entry states Haliti is "linked" the grisly murder, going on to state: "Ali Uka, a reporter in Tirana, who supported the independence movement but criticised it in print. Uka was brutally disfigured with a bottle and screwdriver in 1997. His roommate at the time was Hashim Thaçi." Haliti is also named in the report by Marty, which is understood to have drawn on Nato intelligence assessments along with reports from the FBI and MI5. Marty's report includes Haliti among a list of close allies of Thaçi said to have ordered – and in some cases personally overseen – "assassinations, detentions, beatings and interrogations" during and immediately after the war. Haliti was unavailable for comment. However, in an interview with the media outlet Balkan Insight last week he dismissed the Marty report as "political" and designed to "discredit the KLA". "I was not surprised by the report. I have followed this issue for years and the content of the report is political," he said. But he accepted that the Council of Europe was likely to pass a resolution triggering investigations by the EU-backed justice mission in the country, known as EULEX. "I think it's a competent investigating body," he said, "It's a European investigation body. I think that there is no possibility that EULEX investigation unit to be affected by Kosovo or Albanian politics." Responding to the allegations in the NATO intelligence reports tonight, a Kosovo government spokesman said: "These are allegations that have circulated for over a decade, most recently recycled in the Dick Marty report. They are based on hearsay and intentional false Serbian intelligence. "Nevertheless, the prime minister has called for an investigation by EULEX and has repeatedly pledged his full cooperation to law enforcement authorities on these scandalous and slanderous allegations. "The government of Kosovo continues to support the strengthening of the rule of law in Kosovo, and we look forward to the cooperation of our international partners in ensuring that criminality has no place in Kosovo's development."

    Road to Strasbourg

    It has taken more than two years for an inquiry into organ trafficking in Kosovo to reach the Palace of Europe, a grand building in Strasbourg that serves as the headquarters of the Council of Europe. The formal inquiry into organ trafficking in Kosovo was prompted by revelations by the former chief war crimes prosecutor at The Hague, Carla Del Ponte, who said she had been prevented from properly investigating alleged atrocities committed by the Kosovo Liberation Army. Her most shocking disclosure – unconfirmed reports the KLA killed captives for their organs – prompted the formal inquiry by human rights rapporteur Dick Marty. His report, published last month, suggested there was evidence that KLA commanders smuggled captives across the border into Kosovo and harvested the organs of a "handful" of Serbs. His findings, which will be subject to a parliamentary assembly vote tomorrow, went further, accusing Kosovo's prime minister and several other senior figures of involvement in organised crime over the last decade.
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    Aktuelle Albanische Geheimdienst Reporte, ueber diese Verbindungen SHIS Report Mafia Part 1
    Albanian Secret Service Chief Fatos Klosi in 16.5.1998 in der “Albania” durch den Albanischen Geheimdienst Chef Fatos Klosi: KLA (UCK) is financed by Bin Laden The Times report gets even better: “Klosi said he believed terrorists had already infiltrated other parts of Europe from bases in Albania. Interpol believes more than 100,000 blank Albanian passports were stolen in riots last year, providing ample opportunity for terrorists to acquire false papers.” Wie aus dem Artikel hervor geht, zog gerne X.Halili mitFerdinand Yhafferie durch die Dörfer, der widerrum Mentor des Mafia Botschafters Josef Limprecht in Albanien war und heute Kultur und Tourismus Minister ist in Albanien. Damals Mentor von Verbrecher Banden. Die Ermordung des Militär Chefs der FARK-UCK Ahmet Krasniqi 1998 ( 1 2) Der Zentrale Verbrecher Clan des Sabit Ceki im Kosovo  Yassin Kadi der Financier von Bin Laden und Albanien ( 1 2)  GIS Report: Die UCK Terror Camps der Bin Laden Leute in Nord Albanien ( 1 2)

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  1. Halili Partner: Arcobaleno. Und alle hier erwähnten Personen, sitzen oder sassen im Knast, wegen aktiver Organisierung krimineller Umtriebe u.a. bis zu 8 Tonnen Kokain, Dokumenten Fälschung und Vergabe von neuen Pässen an "Unbekannte" usw..

    Albanian Telegraphic Agency
    [03] Albanian prosecutor's office starts investigation into theft of camp of Mission Arcobaleno
    VLORE, Oct.3 (ata) - By Harilla Koci: The Albanian prosecutor's Office has started inquiry into the theft in the camp of the Italian Mission Arcobaleno, in the city of Vlore, on July 10, 1999.

    Three prosecutors of the Attorney General's office, the chief of antimafia office, Bujar Himci, the chief of judicial police, Sokol Kociu and that of the Military Prosecutor's office Aleksander Goga are in Vlore for three days now. During this period, they have had an intensive investigation work by exploiting various proofs and interrogating witnesses of the event. In addition to this, they have had a long talk with the prefect of Vlore, Tare Hamo, who a week ago made public his options for the event, on the basis of a thick file prepared after a three-week work by the official local structures depending on him.

    According to prosecutor Goga, the investigation is going on well and soon light will be thrown on the theft.

    Some days ago, the investigation into the event had also started in the Italian city of Bari. It made public a video cassette handed to it by the review Panorama.

    In the mean time, prefect Hamo, after analysis and documents ensured from a number of local structures, including the customs house, had concluded that the Italian staff of the camp had caused the great theft.

    The camp of Arcobaleno Mission in Vlore was set up in April this year for the accommodation of the displaced Kosovars. It sheltered 5 200 people until the beginning of July. On July 10, after the Kosovars returned, scores of food items and other materials were stolen from the camp. During the theft, a civilian was killed and a military was wounded by the forces of the sea district of Vlore whose task was to protect the camp compound. /led/xh/

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