Tapping by Italians reveal ex-Minister Saimir Tahiri connection with drug dealers

Tapping by Italians reveal ex-Minister Saimir Tahiri connection with drug dealers

 A terrifick scandal, including former Interior Minister Saimir Tahiri, is published in Italian media.

According to this article, some tapping of the drug trafficker Moisi Habilaj where Saimir Tahiri is included are made public.

"I should give to Saimir Tahiri 30 thousand euros." This is one of the tapping of the drug gang led by Moisi Habilaj, arrested yesterday in Italy and underlined by Italian media "Meridionews.it" that he is the cousin of the ormer Interior Minister Saimir Tahiri.

According to Italian investigators Moisi Habilaj got in Sicily together with his collaborator Sabi Celaj with the car of ex-Minister Saimir Tahiri.

"Moisi Habilaj, Saimir Tahiri's cousin," writes Italian media, "in Sicily was the main bridge linking with large drug traffickers who could buy hundreds of kilograms of marijuana in cash to sell it later to drug markets in Catania, Syracuse and Ragusa.

In Albania has bbeen mandy doubts about the cousin of the Minister. It has never been investigated, has never been arrested, but has been photographed many times with the head of the border police in the coastal town of Dhërmi.

He traveled from Albania to Sicily through Puglia to agree on the sale of drugs and to look for suitable places for anchoring naval ships and those intended for the storage of narcotics.

Investigations of the "Rosa dei Venti" operation led to the identification of the collaborators of Habilaj in Italy. Like the Italian Antonino Riela, Habilaj's referral point in Sicily to buy drugs from Albania.

According to Italian media in November 2013 Italian investigators have monitored a meeting between Antonino Riela and Moisi Habillai's brother, Florian Habilaj.

The meeting took place in San Giorgio neighborhood where Riela gave to Florian Habilaj 30,000 euros for a lost drug charge.

The purpose was to resume the trafficking activity after the sequestration of about 1650 kg of marijuana seized one month earlier in October 2013 on the shores near Augustea's port in Sicily.

On this sequestration of the loss of the drug, in the Italian police police surveillance, Florian Habilaj, Moisi Habilaj's brother, is heard to saying that "if he had a Kalashnikov would kill them all, bam bam bam."/Oculus News

Tapping by Italians reveal ex-Minister Saimir Tahiri connection with drug dealers Tapping by Italians reveal ex-Minister Saimir Tahiri connection with drug dealers Tuesday, October 17, 2017 Rating: 5
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