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Die Betrügerin: Generalstaatsanwältin Katica Janeva von Berlin, Georg Soros den USA installiert, tritt in Mazedonien zurück

Sturzdumme und korrupte Sonder Staatsanwälte, Justiz Ministerinnen sind das Markenzeichen einer korrupten Georg Soros, Berliner, US Politik im Balkan

Ein bekannter Journalist, über das Erpressungs Kartell der Katica Janeva, installiert durch die korrupten EU und Berliner Banden des Diplomatischen Dienste. Das wird als Justiz Neu Anfang auch noch verkauft, wie in Albanien usw..

 Racket INC: MEPSO + Katica Janeva

It’s simple, they published illegally obtained information of private conversations tied to crime, extortion, racket, bribe, abuse of official position etc.
So, whatever you may think of this, but this isn’t a bombshell. Instead, it is the truth about the crimes of influential SDS officials, the truth about a loUsing this situation, MEPSO’s boss Sasho Vasilevski and his right hand Nenad blackmailed the CEO of Beton by telling him they’d pay the invoice in full, but only if they get 10% of the total invoice back in cash which would translate to 250,000 euros in cash. So they are looking for a 250,000 euro sack.
To cement their offer, MEPSO’s racketeers promised the Beton CEO that his company would not be touched by the SPO, because MEPSO’s boss Sasho Vasilevski had an intimate relationship with Katica triangle and the truth about the political funeral of those involved. And ultimately, an investigation, trial and prison sentences for the perpetrators...

Rezzo Schlauch, gekauft von der Albaner Mafia, wie Michael Steiner
Macedonian Chamber of Commerce adds itself to list of blackmailed organizations by US installed SPO By Marija Nikolovska - July 24, 2019 Daniela Arsovska, President of the Macedonian Association of Chambers of Commerce (SSK), informed the public that businessmen who are SSK members were exposed to blackmail and racketeering, as part of the broadening scandal which pushed US sponsored Special Prosecutor Katica Janeva to resign.
Janeva Quits as North Macedonia’s Chief Special Prosecutor
Katica Janeva on Monday submitted her resignation as head of the crime-busting Special Prosecution amid an ongoing tussle between the government of North Macedonia and the opposition over a law that will determine its fate.

Special Prosecution head Katica Janeva. Photo: Robert Atanasovski

Katica Janeva, head of the Special Prosecution in North Macedonia, SJO, the body that has spearheaded the fight against high-level crime in the country, submitted her irrevocable resignation on Monday.
“I submit my resignation that will become active when the political parties agree on the new law [on the SJO] and elect my successor,” Janeva wrote in a press release published on Monday.
She said she would not allow her name “to be used as someone’s alibi, to hold hostage the fate of the Special Prosecution and of the European integration [of the country]”.
Janeva resigned amid calls from the Social Democrat Prime Minister Zoran Zaev on Monday at a press conference for renewed talks with the opposition on, among other things, a long-overdue law on the SJO that is key to deciding the fate of the crime-fighting body.
The last round of talks failed in March this year when, despite the Prime Minister’s optimism about a compromise, the main opposition VMRO DPMNE party would not budge from its demands, including the replacement of Janeva.
The opposition, whose former and current top officials, including former prime minister and party leader Nikola Gruevski, were the main focus of the Special Prosecution, accuse it of selective justice and have long insisted that Janeva must be replaced.
The SJO has led the fight against high-level crime ever since it was formed in 2015 as part of an EU-sponsored crisis agreement and tasked with investigating allegations that had come to light from wiretapped conversations of officials released by Zaev’s party – which was then in opposition.
Headed by Janeva from the beginning, the SJO was given five years to investigate the wiretaps. But it was only given 18 months to press charges. That deadline expired on June 30, 2017.
The draft law that the government sent to parliament in March aimed to resolve this dilemma by incorporating the SJO into the regular prosecution as an autonomous entity.
However, this draft was not voted on because no deal was reached with the opposition. It would have needed the support of two-thirds of all deputies to pass, which means at least 80 of the 120 MPs. This was unachievable without firm opposition support.
The European Union, which earlier this year recommended a start to North Macedonia’s EU accession talks, insists that solving the status of the Special Prosecution is a key precondition for progress in the rule of law and fight against crime.


Die US installierte Generalstaatsanwältin Katica Janeva, eine Betrügerin, hat den Überblick im Chaos der US Terrroristen verloren

Die Generalstaatsanwältin Jeneva wird immer schlimmer: sie erkennt das Land, das Parlament, Gerichte, die Regierung nicht an. Die Puppe der verrückten US Botschafter in Skopje ist inzwischen vollkommen konfus, bei so vielen Anordnungen und Wünschen des Berufs Verbrecher und Freund von Terroristen, und Mördern: Jess Baily, der sich US Botschafter nennt und die Terroristen in Kumanova dirigierte, u.a. um Polizei Stationen zu überfallen und inklusive US Pass natürlich wie Bek Rizaj und eliminieren Kollegen.
Mafia Styl:
„The six horsemen of the apocalypse, the so called „western“ ambassador – —
„The US Ambassador Jess Bailey, nicknamed by Macedonian media as „Jess (Himmler) Bailey was instrumental in the failed coup attempt in Turkey where several civilians died during months old staged protests.

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  1. Festnahmen zum Zwecke der Gelderpressung, das Georg Soros System rund um Mafia Medien, die nur 'Fake News, für Berlin, Brüssel und Washington verbreiten
    North Macedonia Checks Prosecutor in Extortion Case
    Sinisa Jakov Marusic
    July 16, 2019
    Just after chief Special Prosecutor Katica Janeva tendered her resignation, prosecutors seized her mobile phone as part of an investigation into suspected extortionists, sparking a nationwide scandal.

    Chief Special Prosecutor Katica Janeva. Photo: BIRN

    The Prosecution for Organised Crime and Corruption confirmed on Monday night that it has taken the mobile phone of outgoing chief Special Prosecutor Katica Janeva to check for possible communications with two suspected extortionists.

    Janeva’s phone was taken as part of an investigation to collect further evidence into two businessmen who are suspected of extorting money – Bojan Jovanovski, who is known by the nickname Boki 13, and Zoran Milevski, alias Zoki Kiceec.

    The head of the Prosecution for Organised Crime and Corruption, Vilma Ruskoska, told media that only two people are listed as suspects in the case so far and that Janeva is not classified as a suspect.

    “The procedure has been opened up in order to see who is involved in the whole incident,” Ruskoska said.

    Earlier on Monday, Janeva unexpectedly submitted her resignation as head of the crime-busting Special Prosecution.

    She cited her frustration with an ongoing tussle between the government of North Macedonia and the opposition over a law that will determine the fate of the Special Prosecution.

    Shortly afterwards, the arrests of Jovanovski, owner of the private 1TV channel, and Milevski were announced. Both were later brought before a court and remanded in custody for 30 days.

    At a press conference on Monday, the Prosecution for Organised Crime said that the two suspects, who it did not name, are suspected of “accepting a reward for unlawful influence” and of money laundering.

    The prosecution explained that two suspects had allegedly extorted money from a third person, who is a suspect in another unnamed case, in exchange for a promise that they would help him avoid a jail sentence or get a lighter one by using their alleged influence over the prosecutor running the case.

    Initially the two had allegedly demanded a sum of eight million euros to be paid in exchange for an acquittal.

    Later however they received a first tranche payment of 1.5 million euros and a promise of additional payments going up to five million euros in exchange for a lighter sentence.