Sali Berisha is accused by Zylfie Haklaj of ordering and directing the murder of her four brothers in Tropoja in the bloody events of the late 90s and early 2000s and the attacks with shells and tritol against their tower in the village of Kirnaje.
In the report submitted by SPAK, Zylfe and Muharrem Haklaj sue 16 people, including Sali Berisha. According to the lawsuit, Berisha led the armed gang of the Hoxha tribe, which organized the murders of Fatmir Haklaj and his three brothers.
The accusers say that they have made available to the special prosecution a lot of evidence, facts, documents, videos, film footage and many eyewitnesses, who prove beyond any doubt that they have committed several serious murders with premeditation and revenge in the framework of the Armed Gang , have committed terrorist acts.
According to the lawsuit, the most barbaric terrorist act of this Armed Gang of Sali Berisha is the one of July 24, 2006. The Haklaj tower is hit with artillery shells.
One shell hit the roof of the tower, causing property damage, while the other shell was found unexploded on the tower's balcony on its second floor. The tenant who was inside this Tower with his children and wife did not suffer anything.
The lawsuit says that the same Armed Criminal Gang led by Sali Berisha, on August 14, 2006, went to the Haklaj Tower and committed another terrorist act, spraying the three floors of this Tower with gasoline and setting it on fire.
The tower is all burnt, causing significant material damage, as it has turned into a ruin, while human lives have not been harmed because there was no person living there that day.
On September 16, 2006, the 15 accused, together with Sali Berisha, were charged as authors of placing a large amount of tritol on the surrounding wall of the tower. The tower was completely flattened by the attack.
The report also talks about the role of Sali Berisha and 15 other accused in committing the criminal offenses of murdering 4 sons of Muharrem Haklaj, specifically Shkëlqim Haklajn, Fatmir Haklajn, Halil Haklajn and Ylli Haklajn.