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Posted on 04/17/2004 8:36:42 AM PDT by Destro
US policewoman said killed in Kosovo jail shooting
Sat 17 April, 2004 15:49
KOSOVSKA MITROVICA, Serbia and Montenegero, April 17 (Reuters) - Shooting has broken out at a prison in the northern Kosovo town of Mitrovica with a female U.S. police officer left lying motionless on the ground, a Reuters witness has said.
United Nations sources in the U.N. administered province said there were reports that a Moroccan police officer or prison security guard had opened fire on Saturday and that at least one American had been killed.
Another report said it was a Pakistani policeman or prison guard who had opened fire.
Other reports said there were two dead and several injured.
The deputy director at the health centre in Mitrovica, Milan Ivanovic, told reporters six U.N. police officers had been wounded, and five were in very serious condition.
"One international American policewoman is in a very critical condition," he added.
The Reuters witness said no ambulances stopped to pick the body of a the second U.S. policewoman which was covered with a coat.
He saw American members of the United Nations police force moving cautiously into the grounds of the district prison and cafeteria as ambulances and senior officers rushed to the scene.
They didn't have to...The U.S. did it for them...They (and we) ran out most of the Serbs...The drug running muslims have burned most all of the Christian Churches...And now they killed an American woman who thought she could police these killers...
The muslims used to be a minority in that place...Now, they own it...
The norwegians found an abandoned military leir they were using to prepare for the robbery and found the outdoor toilet. They dna analyzed the shit they found there and have dna profiles.
There have been a number of other armed robberies in Norway and it appears that they same guys are responsible.
I only remember the sentiment here during the war in Kosovo. Those poor Albanians!!! hahahahaha
Three arrested in Gothenburg
Three men aged 23-30 were arrested in a raid by Swedish police in Gothenburg on Tuesday afternoon. The men are wanted in connection with the Norsk Kontantservice (NOKAS) cash transport service bank robbery in the western port city of Stavanger where a Norwegian police officer was shot to death. All of the men are said to have links to a notorious Albanian robbery league in Sweden.
Related stories: They may still be here - 06.04.2004 Stavanger robbery points to Oslo - 06.04.2004 The NOKAS robbery - hour to hour - 06.04.2004 Stavanger robbery suspects released - 06.04.2004 Armed police action continues - 05.04.2004 Policeman killed in robbery - 05.04.2004 The men, all Swedish citizens, were arrested without incident and will be remanded in custody there. They will in all likelihood be extradited to Norway shortly, according to Swedish police. Although the brutal and tightly organized robbery appeared to be the work of the same gang that left no clues behind at a similar heist at Oslo's central post office last autumn, this time evidence appears to have been found at various sites.
One of the getaway cars set ablaze on the outskirts of Stavanger reportedly helped police track some of the robbery band to Sweden. >p>A burnt-out silver-gray Saab turned out to have been stopped by Norwegian highway police a few days before the bank job in Stavanger. This vehicle was traced to a rental firm in Gothenburg and their security videotapes were screened. Police recognized several hardened criminals from Albanian circles in Sweden on the tape. Swedish police stopped one of the Albanian gang linked to the Saab on Tuesday. He claimed to have been in Stockholm, but police found a map of Stavanger in his car. Stavanger police said that cooperation with colleagues in Sweden would continue. According to Aftenposten's information, at least two more suspects are under investigation there. NOKAS has offered a reward of NOK 1 million (USD 144,000) for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those behind the Stavanger robbery.
Besides the banks they hit the main post office in the national capital? Man, talk about brazeness....
...or maybe they don't think they have much to be afraid of.
Yet, it is no news for mainstream media, nor anyone bothers to connect the dots.
Norway's largest heroin haul ever
16. Mai 2004
Late Saturday the Oslo police seized more than 60 kilos of heroin.This is the largest seizure of herion ever made in Norway.
Several persons in Norway with Albanian background have been arrested.
According to NRK, it was in the search for persons in connection with the brutal Stavanger bank robbery that the police uncovered the heroin.
Four days ago the first of four persons wanted by the police for the robbery was detained, and those arrested on Saturday belonged to his circle of aquaintances.
The group of criminals with Albaninan background is one of several criminal groups in Oslo which is now under heavy pressure by the police, NRK reports.
I am not a Norwegian but a Serbian American subsea oilfield engineer. I was disappointed that the Norwegians forgot that more Serbs died here in the resistance struggle than Norwegians in WW II during the war in Kosovo. All they did was lament about the poor albanians and now they have 4000 and are desperate to get rid of them because they are, as the justice minister said, a threat to national security.
Do the Norwegians now have anything to say about Serbs? Was there any news on the recent violence in Kosovo and attacks on churches and monasteries?
They dislike albanians intensely.
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