Arjan Tase, the former head of the Himara police station who crashed to death with the 7-year-old Jonada’s speedboat, is suspected of having invested a significant amount of money and unjustified property.
At least until now it has been rumored that the former policeman from Sauk in Tirana is the owner of a luxury villa in the Himara area. He also allegedly owned the twin-engine speedboat but had decided to leave it in the name of a friend.
The question of how he managed to invest all that income is also raised by lawyer Spartak Ngjela. We remind you that he was investigated for abuse of office in allowing the cultivation of cannabis while he was the chief commissariat in Himare.
Here’s what he wrote on Facebook:
Arjan Tase, the chief of the Himara police station, after killing the innocent child in the sea with his boat, turns out to be a rich man with money and property who is not known how he got this money and these properties.
The world history of state crime has taught us that a surprising criminal case of a senior police officer, as a rule, gives psychological and logical impetus to reason with facts and strike the entire cooperation of the state police with crime.
In fact, this is one of the aspects of corruption in Albania.
Let’s see, will there be a positive reaction after this case to undo the corruption in the State Police, or will this remain an isolated case and nothing more?