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Written by SOT.COM.AL 3 Shkurt 2023
The head of the family, Kristina Gjinaj, has told the horror she experienced this morning (February 3) from the Shkodra FNSH officers, who searched her apartment in Dajç, Lezha, without giving her any explanation.
She said that the officers tried to open the door by force and shouted 'we are the state police'. After opening the door, the head of the family said that the officers laid the young son on the ground and searched the apartment.
Then they left without telling him the reason for this police operation. Kristina Gjinaj, who was in the apartment alone with her two minor children aged 14 and 16, said that they have never had problems with the law and the state.
"I heard a noise, they shouted 'state police.' The children were saying 'mom they are at the windows'. They tried to open the door and I opened it for them, they went inside and did not give any explanation as to why they had come. Armed, with masks, there were 5-6 officers outside, 3 others entered. They only said "state police", they didn't say a word. They checked, they came out. We were scared, they laid the boy on the ground. It was stress, without the person doing anything. We have never had problems with the law or the state," she said.
As explained by the head of the family, Artan Gjinaj, who was in Montenegro when the incident happened, the FNSH of Shkodra destroyed the wire next to the gate to enter the yard. Then they damaged the windows and the door in an attempt to enter the apartment by force.
The Lezha police, according to the Panorama correspondent, stated that they were not aware of this operation.