Exclusive images/ Prisoners run to the scene, the moments when Mjacaj executed Arben Lleshi in the cell

2024-02-28 22:24:49Aktualitet SHKRUAR NGA REDAKSIA VOX
Murder in prison

In this photo, when the clock says 1:51 p.m., exterior images of building B of the prison are shown. The camera is positioned far away and the view is not clear. Several prisoners are found in the airfields.

In the time frame from 13:51 39 seconds to 13:52 13 seconds in several step-by-step images cut from the camera, it is found that the prisoners who were in the ventilation, look towards building B, and come closer to see what was happening These are the moments when the shots happened near the window of cell number 12, in sector 2, first floor, building B.

Precisely at 13:52 and 15 seconds, from the examination of this camera, the investigative group has determined that the convict Sokol Mjacaj appears in the distance. He has just committed the crime by executing Arben Lleshi and accidentally injuring Indrit Shaqjan. The view is obscured by wire mesh and a metal canopy. It is found above the site service and is directed towards the dating sector.

Indrit Dubali: In those moments, I saw that the prisoner Sokol Mjacaj turned back with a gun in his hand and pointed it at me to shoot me. After pointing the gun at me, he said: "Open the main ventilation door, otherwise I will kill you." I was forced to open the door at gunpoint, as I was scared and confused. The moment I opened the door he ran around the meeting place and the kitchen. I ran after him with 2 other prisoners to stop him, specifically with citizens Indrit Shaqja who was injured during the chase and Tomorr Caushi.

Caushi, a life sentence for double murder during a robbery, was a friend of the victim Arben Lleshi. He pursued Mjacaj to take revenge on the spot. The cell where the murder took place belonged to Shaqja and Ilir Xhakja, known as Shijak's strongman. He is convicted for the murder of chief commissioner Adem Tahiraj in the line of duty. Arben Lleshi's cell was in the same corridor, in front of the one where the murder took place where Ilir Xhakja and Indrit Shaqja were serving their sentence.

Shaqja: 'O Indri, let me know Ben Lleshin to come out the window to the carriage because I have something to tell you, when I returned and I saw Arben Lleshin in the corridor of the sector, I called him to look for Sokol Mjacaj at the window to say something. There, Arben Lleshi entered the window and I heard screams"

Mjacaj fired all 5 bullets that the pistol had. The bullet that hit him in the neck was fatal. Meanwhile, Indri Shaqja's injury is thought to have been accidental. He was slightly injured but there was no bullet in his body. Shaqja was friends with Sokol Mjacaj, as revealed in the testimony. This has made the investigative team carefully evaluate his evidence. The friendship between Mjacaj, Shaqja and Shijak Ilir Xhakja's capoband is also confirmed in the testimony of the author of the murder. He even states that the reason why he insisted on approaching Arben Lleshi's sector was his association with Xhakjan and Shaqjan, in whose room the murder took place. He says that the victim Lleshi prevented him from transferring by saying that he wanted to harm someone.

Mjacaj: "Arben Lleshi said these words out of nowhere because I had no plan to harm anyone. I don't know why he did it, but the reason I wanted to go to one of those sectors is because I had some acquaintances there, such as citizens Ilir Xhakja and Indrit Shaqja, whom I met at IEVP FUŠ?-KRUJ?. I stayed with Indrit Shaqja for 8 months. in a room there and I had good reports".

"Characters who are almost acclimatized to life in prison, it is difficult for the prosecuting body to use mechanisms such as repentance for more data, or to go to the organizers, difficult," said the former prosecutor, Eugen Beci

"The rule and the law discipline the relationship of the convicts with the outside world, but not the relations between them, these are regulated by the prison rules that the convicts decide to create relations between them. Undoubtedly, these places of punishment also have hierarchies of command or organization' said Kreshnik Hajdari, lecturer.