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Clash between two powerful criminal groups / Belgium unravels the murder of Arjan Spahi, who was the orderer and the executors, from the clash with the "Krymi" clan, to the massacre of Bradashes
Written by SOT.COM.AL 28 Nëntor 2022
The Belgian authorities unravel the murder of Arjan Spahi, otherwise known as Arjani i Vogël, in the Molenbek neighborhood, in 2020. As the mastermind of the crime, the Belgian prosecutors who have investigated the case accuse Franc Çopjan from Elbasan, who has been living in Dubai for years.
According to them, the motive of the crime is settling accounts, as the Çopja group clashed with the head of the opposing clan led by Erjon Alibej.
The latter, known by the nickname "Krymi", took over the leadership of the group after the murder of his brother Endrit Alibej, known by the nickname "Tarzani", his uncle Arben Dylgjeri and a Turkish citizen in what is known as the "Bradashesh massacre". December 2018.
Arjan Spahiu, known as "Arjani i Vogël", in connection with Alibej, was considered to be the financier of the group, while he was investigating on behalf of Erjon Alibej the perpetrators of the mafia assassination in Bradashesh.
Meanwhile, the Belgians accuse Florenc Meçen alias Gega and Elvis Murat as executioners of Spahi. At least, that's how it turns out according to a letter sent to the Albanian Ministry of Justice. Both of these suspects were arrested respectively in Spain and Germany, but were not extradited to Belgium, for reasons that are not disclosed.
Arjan Spahiu was the next victim in the fierce clash between two criminal groups, Alibej and Çopja, which started years ago with the loss of a quantity of 50 kg of cocaine in Great Britain and the rape of a young man there, as he was suspected of having it robbed the drug.