Russians accused of organ trafficking open clinic in Tirana

Russians accused of organ trafficking open clinic in Tirana

 A Russian citizen accused of organ trafficking in Israel, has tried money laundering in Albania through a clinic he opened in the center of Tirana in 2014 by another Russian citizen.

Tirana court decided to accept the Prosecution's request to lavy the bank account of the clinic "A New Life 4U" Sh.p.k. with administrator and partner the citizen Robert Shpolinske.

By continuous monitoring resulted that in the account of the company "A Life News 4U" Sh.p.k. is transfered a worth about 40 thousand dollars with the description "medical services bill in 2001" from Israel, specifically by the citizen Boris Igor Volfman.

According to the Prosecution this man is  involved in illegal organ transplants. Investigations shows that this man has another bank account, on behalf of companies that he owns, namely "Justsavelife" and "A.V.S. Investment Group".

Likewise, the resulting transactions are carried out with Renato Muezzin, who in January 2010 was banned by Italian authorities in Pescara as part of a narcotics gang .

The clinic was opened firstly in 2014 at the Boulevard "Dëshmorët e Kombit", at the twin towers, in an apartment with the target of medical tourism with the main sphere of activity in organ transplantation.

Two foreign nationals are being investigated by the prosecution for the offense of "Laundering andf crime or criminal activities."

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