Thursday, April 29, 2010

Did Miami's Efraim Diveroli Crony Ylli Pinari Ship Missiles to Hezbollah and Why Hasn't Efraim Diveroli Served Any Time in The Federal Pen ?

Why Hasn't Efraim Diveroli Served Any Time in The Federal Pen He Pled Guility in 2009, Cooperating Witness and/or Witness Protection Program ?

EFRAIM EZRA DIVEROLI, 80649-004,AGE 24,-White-M- 06-20-2008 RELEASED

By Miami New Times Staff, Tuesday, Apr. 6 2010.
In early 2007, after winning a $300 million U.S. Army contract to equip Afghanistan with munitions, Miami Beach arms dealer Efraim Diveroli, age 21, went scavenging in Albania. There he subcontracted Ylli Pinari, head of that Balkan country's state-run arms agency, to fill the order from derelict stockpiles.

Pinari and Diveroli partnered to ship the order to Afghanistan. After U.S. authorities looked into the deal -- which was illegal because the weapons came from China -- they arrested Diveroli, who pleaded guilty last fall to illegal arms sales. He awaits sentencing (why, for what reason is this punk not in prison?).  Now a press report, interviews, and documents obtained by New Times indicate the Miami Beach youngster might have been involved in an underworld of terrorism.

It all began March 15, 2008, when an Albanian stockpile exploded, rattling windows in neighboring countries and destroying a village. According to newspapers in the Balkans, Pinari was charged with mass murder over the blast. This past November 30, 2009, a dissident newspaper in Albania, Gazeta Tema, alleged Pinari had sold surface-to-air missiles to Hezbollah around the time he became Diveroli's point man.

Indeed, in secretly recorded cell phone conversations described in the New York Times, Diveroli had said of Pinari: "either he's the mafia or the mafia is controlling him." He claimed the mafia "went up higher to [Albania's] prime minister [Sali Berisha]," but explained, "I have to deal with [Pinari]. The U.S. government is expecting the products."

It's unclear whether the Hezbollah deal happened. But if it did, Pinari -- and by extension Miami Beach's Diveroli -- are far worse than anyone suspected. While helping the 21-year-old South Floridian scam America, Pinari might have also been supporting terrorists, more from this source....

US arms dealer Efraim Diveroli pleads guilty in Afghan weapons case, U.S. government dropped 84 other countsMIAMI, Aug 31, 2009 (Reuters) - A U.S. arms dealer who illegally supplied Chinese-made ammunition to Afghanistan under a Pentagon contract pleaded guilty to a single conspiracy charge and the U.S. government dropped 84 other counts, court documents said. Efraim Diveroli, 23, of Miami Beach, Florida, faces up to five years in prison and a $250,000 fine on the charge of conspiring to defraud the United States and make false statements.

Sentencing was scheduled for Nov. 10.  Diveroli's Miami Beach-based company, AEY Inc, held a $298 million Pentagon contract to supply munitions to the Afghan government. The contract barred the company from shipping ammunition acquired directly or indirectly from a "Communist Chinese military company." Diveroli admitted in a plea deal signed in June that he bought ammunition made in Chinese factories between 1958 and 1974 from a military export company in Albania, according to the plea agreement filed in U.S. District Court in Miami.

Diveroli and his associates knew the ammunition would violate AEY's agreement with the Pentagon so they removed it from wooden crates and metal tins bearing Chinese markings and repacked it in cardboard boxes, the plea agreement said. AEY delivered 90 million rounds of Chinese-made ammunition, Diveroli falsely certified that it conformed to terms of his contract and the Army paid $10.3 million into AEY accounts, the agreement said. The Pentagon said last year it had suspended AEY from all federal contracting work.

At the time a Pentagon spokesman said there had been no reports of safety problems with the decades-old ammunition but that could have been because it might not have been distributed to soldiers because of its condition. Ammunition becomes less reliable and less accurate as it ages. The dozens of charges dropped included fraud, making false statements and wire fraud, more from this source.........

Wednesday, October 08, 2008, Speculation Surrounds Case of Albanian Whistle-Blower Kosta Trebicka's Death, Miami Arms Dealer Efraim Diveroli and links to the Albanian Mafia !   Oct. 8th 2008, The investigation into the death of a whistle-blower Kosta Trebicka in Albania appears to be nearing its conclusion, but with little hope of quelling the suspicion and speculation surrounding the case.

Kosta Trebicka, a witness in an inquiry, died (possibly murdered) on 9/12/2008. The whistle-blower, Kosta Trebicka, uncovered evidence of public corruption in the export of ammunition from the Communist era in Albania . His accusations were followed by arrests in Albania and charges against the employees of an arms-dealing company (AEY Inc) in Miami Fl, United States run by EFRAIM EZRA DIVEROLI, but only after an explosion at a munitions facility in the town of Gerdeci Albania killed 26 people, including children.

Mr. Trebicka, 48, a witness in the investigation into the explosion, a national tragedy in Albania, was found dead on a rural roadside near his car (see video click here). According to "News 24 TV" Albania , Trebicka was linked with the American intelligence service CIA about the investigation of trafficking weapons by the Albanian army and Albanian mafia and he was the top person who knew everything about the Gerdeci Blast scandal of Albania last March 2008.

Albania's government said on Friday Sept 12 2008 it was looking into the sudden death of an arms industry figure who was helping prosecutors investigate a weapons sale to the United States and an explosion that killed 26 people. Television pictures (see video click here) showed businessman Kosta Trebicka, his head covered in blood, sprawled on his back on a dirt road in a remote area of eastern Albania, where he had been hunting. His off-road car was nearby, and appeared to be damaged. Trebicka was involved in repackaging ageing Chinese ammunition that was being sold from Albania to AEY Inc (Efraim Diveroli), a U.S. firm contracted by the Pentagon to supply the Afghan army.

Transcript of Diveroli - Trebicka Conversation, between Efraim Diveroli in Miami Fl and Kosta Trebicka in Albania - alleging Prime Minister Son, Mr. Shkelzen Berisha, on weapons smuggling from Albania and heavy influence of Albanian Mafia on Prime Minister, Sali Berisha's Deals. Recorded in Tirana, Albania on June 11, 2007 at 20:49 PM by Trebicka, Diveroli was in Florida* This conversation was recorded in Albania by Kosta Trebicka on a Nokia cell phone, the high quality and clarity of the (recorded) conversation indicates that Kosta Trebicka had professional assistance (CIA) in recording the conversation on his cell phone.

Name Key:

1). Efraim Diveroli – President of Miami- based AEY, Inc.

2). Kosta Trebicka – Albanian businessman, owner of Xhoi

3). Ylli Pinari – Director of Meico, official arms export agency of Albanian Ministry of Defense (under arrest)

4). Henry Thomet – Swiss businessman, alleged owner of Cyprus-based Evdin

5). Fatmir Mediu – Albanian Minister of Defense (resigned)

6). Mihal Delijorgji – Albanian “businessman” Mafia (contractor for AEY and Southern Ammunition, under arrest)

7). Sali Berisha – Albanian Prime Minister
8). Shkelzen Berisha – son of Sali Berisha

Bill Warner Private Investigator, SEX, CRIME, CHEATERS & TERRORISM