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Saturday, January 24, 2009

80 Foreign Murderers Welcomed to Britain: Albanian Mafia Killers Allowed to stay

Eighty foreign killers are exploiting the chaotic asylum system to set up home in Britain, it was revealed yesterday. The convicted murderers from Albania have been given British passports despite being officially listed as 'wanted' by Interpol.

Most slipped across the Channel from Calais to Dover hidden in the back of trucks on ferries. They used bogus names and false papers to claim asylum, pretending to be from Kosovo (Muslims).

The scandal came to light when Albania's chief of police complained that 100 criminals from his country have been granted British citizenship and now live here.

The police chief said the criminals have been allowed to stay even though the Albanian government has informed the Home Office of the true identities of the men and their crimes, which also include rape and robbery.

The boss of an Albanian drug cartel, Daut Kadriovski, is said to be hiding out in the Philadelphia USA area and maintaining his contacts with shady business partners in the U.S. and abroad.

Kadriovski escaped from a German prison in 1993 and has been on the run ever since; intelligence experts claim he is one of the KLA's original financial backers.

Just what connections exist between Albanian mobsters, accused Albanian-American terrorists and the KLA is a constant source of disagreement among various law enforcement agencies, the U.S. State Department and the Justice Department.

The Albanian mob has existed in some form or another in the United States since the 1970s when a small number of criminals Albanian immigrants moved to the United States and allied themselves with New York City's Italian-American crime families. (Many more Albanians, including criminals, fled the country in the 1980s after the collapse of the Communist government.) Albanian gangsters worked for the Gambino crime family in the 1980s as hit men and in the mid '90s, one Albanian badass living in Cherry Hill, N.J., was John Gotti Jr.'s bodyguard.

FROM THE INTERPOL WANTED LIST OF ALBANIANS ON THE RUN LIKE IMER HOXHA aka IMER HASANI, CLICK ON NAME FOR WANTED POSTER WITH PHOTO;
DELIJA, CUKAL ...PEOPLE SMUGGLING, ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION
HOXHA, BLEDAR
HOXHA, EDMIRANT
HOXHA, FREDI
HOXHA, GEZIM ..CRIMES INVOLVING THE USE OF WEAPONS/EXPLOSIVES
HOXHAJ, EDMOND
HYSENAJ, GENTJAN
HYSENI, ARLIND
HYKAJ, NAZMI
MARKU, ZEF
MERNICA, ILIR
NISHKU, KOSTANDIN
PEPA, KADRI
ARAPI, ALTIN
BAJRAKTARI, ALBAN
BEGAJ, ARMANDO
BELULAJ, ALTIN ..PEOPLE SMUGGLING, ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION
BRAHIMI, ENGJELL
DAUTI, KRESHNIK
DONDOLLAKU, ENVER
GJINI, KLODIAN
HAKLAJ, HAMDI
HOTAJ, AGRON
HYSKAJ, YLLI
ISEBERI, DEFRIM
KABASHI, AGIM
KAPLLANAJ, ILIR
KRASNIQI, OSMAN
LITA, ARSIM
LLAPI, ERIDVAL
LUSHI, RIDVAN
SHAHINI, ERVIN
SHEHAJ, PELLUMB... MAFIA BOSS, FRAUD, ORGANIZED CRIME
SHYTI, ORIK
SKENDOJ, ALBAN
STROKAJ, DEDE
TOMA, MARLEN
XHERAJ, ARBEN
AHI, NIKOLL
AHMATAJ, KLODIAN
AJCE, LAVDERIM
ALIAJ, FREDI
ALIAJ, SOKOL
ARAPI, QAMIL
ASIM, ERION
BALAZI, AVNI ....CRIMES INVOLVING THE USE OF WEAPONS/EXPLOSIVES

Many of the convicted Albanian criminals have been living in the UK for up to ten years and have started new families here.

As the revelations exposed the shambles within the asylum system yet again, campaigners expressed their outrage.Ahmet Prenci, the Albanian chief of police, said he felt as if all his force's hard work in tracking down the culprits had been in vain.

'We have made a list of our people who are hiding in the UK,' he said. 'There are 100 criminals, and more than 80 per cent are wanted for murder and have been convicted in absentia.

'They have been given British citizenship despite our efforts to extradite them to serve prison sentences in our country.

'We are working intensively to identify, locate, and then to arrest wanted Albanian people in Britain. Unfortunately, many have British passports obtained after they claimed asylum by pretending to be Kosovans.


Bill Warner
private investigator
WBI Inc Private Detective Agency
Sarasota Fl