Criminal report against former Albanian Police heads Burgaj and Kulicaj


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Three years after the tragic demonstration of January 21st 2011, which had four citizens killed on the boulevard and several others wounded, the Police reported two former leaders for power abuse and for not obeying to the Prosecution’s order for arresting six National Guard officers.

The former Chief of Police, Hysni Burgaj, and the second person in charge in that period, Agron Kulicaj, who were responsible to answer positively to the Prosecution for arresting six National Guard Officers not only for questioning, but also because they were suspected of firing against the crowd.


The rejected orders opened an unprecedented fight between the two institutions, making the Prosecutor General to make an appeal to the US for experts, and admitted that the execution of the orders would had helped with the investigations.


Prosecution sources confirm that they are investigating not only two former officials, but also prosecutors who had the case and didn’t act with the right given to them by law.


The conflict between the Prosecution and the Police continued until February, when the National Guard officers, including the former National Guard Commander, Ndrea Prendi, handed themselves over to the police. The National Guard officers are accused for the murder of Hekuran Deda, Ziver Veizi and Faik Myrtaj. Their case is still at the Supreme Court, which has not appointed any date.


The Court of Appeal has convicted to one year in prison the former National Guard Commander. The former National Guard officer, Agim Llupo, was sentenced to three years in prison for negligence. The Prosecution is still investigating the murder of Aleks Nika and the violence used by the police inside the precincts, which was reported by the international community./top channel/
Criminal report against former Albanian Police heads Burgaj and Kulicaj Criminal report against former Albanian Police heads Burgaj and Kulicaj Friday, July 18, 2014 Rating: 5
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