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Friday, October 24, 2008

NYPD reinvented as Intel & Homeland Security Agency After 9/11, NYPD Cops to Kosovo 'Owned' By Albanian Muslim Mafia, the Enemy in Westchester NY















Two NYPD detectives were sent to Kosovo and Montenegro in September 08 to gauge the threat of Islamic extremism in the Baltic region (and the Albanian Muslim Mafia's stolen car racket linked to the UCK) and would be coming back with "a lot of valuable information."

Following years of United Nations control and billions of dollars of international aid, Kosovo is a lawless region "owned" by the Albanian mafia linked to the UCK. It is characterized by continuing ethnic cleansing and subject to increasing infiltration by al-Qaida-linked Muslim jihadists. The overall goal of the groups was the creation of an ethnically pure state that included Albania, Kosovo and parts of Serbia, Montenegro and Macedonia. "They will push for more. That is the plan. It's called Greater Albania."

The Albanian Muslim Mafia maintains ties with Russian, Serbian, Croatian, the UCK and Italian mafia organizations to further their common agendas, Kosovo's largest problem is organized crime. Organized crime controls the gun, drug, stolen car racket and prostitution markets.

The growing number of expensive Italian and German cars in Albania are signs of a thriving smuggling industry, and a recent report by investigative journalist Frank Viviano reveals that two-thirds of the cars on the streets of Vlore and Durres are stolen. Smugglers transport their merchandise throughout Central and Eastern Europe in Italian cars, reported as stolen to defraud insurers. After one or two trips, the courier receives the car as a bonus.

Stolen cars are everywhere in Albania, not only with the gangsters themselves. Europe’s Geopolitical Drug Watch revealed the extent of the illegal automobile enterprise by high lighting the arrest of the president of the Albanian central bank for driving a stolen car while vacationing in Italy.

The feds have a new organized-crime target: the Albanian Mafia; A massive indictment handed up in Manhattan federal court includes charges of attempted murder, conspiracy to commit murder, extortion, loan-sharking, debt collecting and illegal gambling operations through a network of gambling parlors in The Bronx, Westchester and Queens. "What we have here might be considered a sixth crime family," after the five Mafia organizations — Bonanno, Colombo, Gambino, Genovese and Lucchese — said Fred Snelling, head of the FBI's criminal division in New York.

See my prior post, Monday, August 25, 2008, ALBANIAN MUSLIM MAFIA RUNS INTL STOLEN CAR RING TO FUND JIHAD, UPDATED BY PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR BILL WARNER. Muslim Albanian gangs, are replacing the Italian mafia as the organized crime outfit in the US, shipping stolen cars from the docks of NY to Dubai UAE in support of terrorism, run by Daut Kadriovski.

Daut Kadriovski aka Mehmed Haidini the reputed boss of one of the 15 Families of the Albanian Muslim Mafia, embodies the tenacity of the top Kosovar drug traffickers. A Yugoslav Interior Ministry report identifies him as one of Europe's biggest heroin dealers, and Nicovic calls him a "major financial resource for the KLA." Through his family links, Nicovic says, Kadriovski smuggled more than 100 kilos of heroin into New York and Philadelphia, in 1993 Daut Kardriovski headed for Westchester County New York, where it's believed he continues to operate the Albanian Muslim Mafia in Westchester which has spread out to the Bronx and Queens NY, law enforcement officials said.
According to the Institute of War and Peace Reporting, "Honour killings are deeply rooted in Albanian society and were given formal recognition in the collection of medieval tribal laws known as the 'Canon of Lek√ę Dukagjini'" and still remains the organizing structure of the Albanian Muslim Mafia.
Muslim "Honor Killing" suspect Yaser Abdel Said is believed to be hiding in Westchester County NY with the aid of one of his brothers, Westchester is home to the Albanian Muslim Mafia who recognize "Honor Killings", would the Albanian Muslim Mafia help Yaser Abdel Said ?

One of the Albanian Mafia members who was arrested in 2004 was Angelo DiPietro (Fat Angelo), Sagamore Road, Hopewell Junction, he lived until recently in Mount Vernon and was the former owner of Sue's Rendezvous, a strip club in Mount Vernon, NY. The Albanian Mafia rule in New York City is so well known and wide open that the recent "Grand Theft Auto IV" and Grand Theft Auto WIKI games are patterned on their violence....the Albanian mob has taken over the operations of the Lucchese (Italian Mafia) family in Astoria (Queens). A 1996 murder of a waiter, Jonathon Segal, and a bouncer, Michael Greco, in New York's Scores (strip joint) restaurant illustrates the indifference and haste with which Albanian assassins kill: two ethnic Albanians employed as Gambino family assassins opened fire on the waiter and bouncer after instigating an argument over quality of service they got in the restaurant.

Interpol stated that “Kosovo Albanian Mafia hold the largest share of the heroin market in Switzerland, in Austria, in Belgium, in Germany, in Hungary, in the Czech Republic, in Norway, and in Sweden.” The head of Sweden’s anti drug unit believes that the gangs supplied “hundreds, maybe thousands, of kilos of heroin” to the Scandinavian countries. The Albanian Muslim Mafia clans are dispersed in Kosovo and Macedonia as well as Albania proper.

Language and a code of silence have protected the Albanian-American crime factions from outside penetration. "They are real secretive" says a detective in Hamtramck, Mich., a Detroit suburb where many Albanians live. He says police have tried but failed to infiltrate Albanian gangs here.

NEW YORK - Nearly seven years after terrorists took down the
World Trade Center's twin towers, police officials have embarked on an ambitious plan to secure the new development that is finally sprouting at ground zero. But a repeat of the horrors of Sept. 11, 2001 is only one of a long list of worries that have prompted the New York Police Department to spend the last several years reinventing itself as an intelligence and homeland security agency.

The nation's largest police department, with about 37,000 officers, has spent tens of millions of dollars - much it from federal grants - on an array of high-tech security measures designed to thwart threats potentially more daunting than another attack on a downtown skyscraper. It's also assigned 1,000 officers to counter terrorism duty, including 10 detectives posted around the globe who collect and share intelligence.


David Cohen - a former CIA official brought aboard after Sept. 11 to head the NYPD's intelligence division - said the department has identified more than a dozen serious plots against the city in the past seven years that were either interrupted or abandoned, including some that haven't become public.

Among those that have come to light: a planned cyanide attack on the subways by
al-Qaida operatives that authorities say was called off in 2002; another aborted al-Qaida plot to destroy the Brooklyn Bridge in 2003; a local scheme to blow up the subway station at Herald Square in 2004, resulting in the arrest and conviction of a Pakistani immigrant; and a plot to bomb underwater train tunnels to flood lower Manhattan, which was broken up in 2006 by several arrests overseas.

Alerts also come from a separate team of investigators, most foreign-born and fluent in languages like Arabic and Farsi, who comb jihadist Web sites for signs of trouble.



Bill Warner
Private Investigator
www.wbipi.com