Einer der grössten Drogenbarone der Welt wurde in England ve
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Einer der grössten Drogenbarone der Welt wurde in England ve
Einer der grössten Drogenbarone der Welt wurde in England verhaftet und zu 22 Jahre Gefängnis verurteilt. Danach soll er in die Türkei abgeschoben werden. Er hatte enge Kontakte zu PKK-Extremisten und unterstützte das PKK-Netzwerk finanziell. Bei seinen Leuten wurde er wie PKK-Chef Öcalan als "Apo" betitelt.
Monday, 15th May 2006, 16:33
Kurdish-born Abdullah Baybasin was one of the world's biggest drug dealers operating a racket which stretched across Europe, to his Turkish homeland, and on to Afghanistan.
He ruled his turf, based in north London's Turkish and Kurdish communities, using blackmail, intimidation and violence.
Local businessmen and criminals were regularly 'taxed' with protection payments running into tens of thousands of pounds. those who didn't pay were threatened with castration with machete.
During a running battle in Green Lanes between his gang and Kurdish PKK separatists in 2002 an innocent bystander Alisan Dogan, 43, was stabbed to death.
But Baybasin's drugs empire was left in ruins after police mounted a nine month undercover operation which involved bugging phones and planting a camera inside the one roomed office used as his HQ at the back of a food shop in Harringay.
Officers watched as a range of criminals, including drug dealers, pimps and people traffickers, came to pay respect to Baybasin and to hand over cash.
Today at Woolwich Crown Court Baybasin, known as 'Apo' or Uncle, was sentenced to 10 years for the drugs offences involving 2.5 kilos of heroin and a further 12 years for conspiracy to blackmail to be served consecutively.
Judge Gregory Stone, QC, told him: "Putting it bluntly you set yourself up as a godfather and set about collecting money from Turkish and Kurdish communities in the greater London area. You used the application of violence and threats of violence and fostered a well-founded reputation for serious violence. You ran a protection racket.
"You were a major player at the very highest level in the heroin trade - a trade which does so much pernicious harm both to individuals and to our society whilst enriching those engaged in the trade such as you."
Judge Stone told Baybasin, who smirked as he was sentenced, that he was jailing him on the basis of the crimes of which he was convicted not "for your reputation as one of the largest and most dangerous drug barons in Europe."
He added: "You are, in truth, a very dangerous criminal."
Judge Stone added: "Your presence is of clear detriment to the UK and I recommend that you be deported."
Baybasin, who was crippled in a drugs gang shootout in Amsterdam in the early 1980s, came to Britain on a false Dutch passport in 1995.
He took over the family business after his brother Huseyin - known as 'The Emperor' - was jailed for 20 years by a Dutch court for conspiracy to murder, drug smuggling and kidnapping.
The clan's operations began in Turkey where the Baybasins ran labs processing heroin for Europe's streets, building the drugs cartel by bribing corrupt politicians, policemen and using close links with the hardline PKK.
Huseyin used his inside knowledge of the heroin trade to persuade British customs to allow him to move to the UK claiming that he was a supergrass and the family set up home in suburban Edgware.
Abdullah Baybasin, who had up to 50 people working for him, claimed asylum only after his arrest in 1998 for firearms charges when police found a loaded gun in his home.
Mr John Williams, prosecuting, told Woolwich Crown Court: "There are examples of Mr Baybasin's collection of debts by his gang.
"There are also examples of how protection money was taken from businesses and would suggest straightforward extortion.
"A feature of this is the power attributed to the fact of the name of the gang.
"One transcript mentions Mr Baybasin saying 'We will send someone, once they hear the name they'll pay'.
"Gang members have no identity individually. They have access to weapons including firearms, machetes, swords, daggers and masks were also mentioned."
Mr Williams described how Baybasin's reign of terror was backed by squads of young Turkish foot soldiers, known as the Bombacilier (the bombers) who fought regularly with rival gangs.
"The level of violence, the use of weapons enhanced the reputation of each side," he said. "There were also clear incidences of kidnaps. Mr Baybasin was a man at the head of this gang. He was the one who expelled people from the gang."
Imprisoned gang members already locked up in prison were helped financially by Baybasin.
Mr Williams said: "There is a theme throughout his gang of the need for guns. All who joined were aware of the existence and availability of guns.
"In one transcript Mr Baybasin says 'I've paid £10,000 for the guns, if you don't bring it back as £30,000 I will shoot you all'."
Security at the court was stepped up for the sentence with armed police guarding entrances to the building.
Baybasin, who already has firearms convictions, sitting in his wheelchair dressed in blue Argyle golfing cardigan, a cream polo short and dark trousers, waved to members of his family in the public gallery.
But his defence counsel, Stephen Kamlish QC, said he should not be given more than ten years.
He said: "To say Mr Baybasin is a worldwide gangster when a main witness was an admitted perjurer, admitted heroin dealer, admitted self-server and was unsupported in everything he said, to sentence him on the basis of what one witness said is simply not possible.
"We must here be under the ten years territory."
Mr Kamlish told the court how only those caught with 500 grammes of heroin or more were eligible for ten years and upwards.
He told the court Baybasin was not at the top of the hierarchy within the drugs cartel but was on the same level as two members from the gang who have been already convicted and sentenced to less than eight years in prison.
He added: "The defendant accepts that of all defendants who have been sentenced he is number one. He is effectively in charge. He distributed firearms and used violence and authorised threats.
"But on some occasions other defendants acted on their own accord. There were many events that happened when he wasn't even present.
"The defendant concedes that others who committed acts of violence might have been buoyed by the fact that they were associated with the defendant."
Despite Baybasin directing the whole operation from his wheelchair Mr Kamlish argued for a reduced sentence because of his disability.
Seven other members of the gang were jailed earlier this year for between five and twelve years.
Baybasin will face confiscation at a later date.
Endlich ist eine Haupteinnahme Quelle, neben Schutzgeld und Erpessung, der PKK abgeschnitten !
Aber Schade für die Personen die mit dem Drogen vergiftet wurden.
Kurden beschmutzen seit Jahren den Namen der Türken. Auch der grösste Verbrecher Clan in Berlin ist ein Kurden Clan aus der Türkei, der mit gefälschten Papieren, sich als Libanesische Kurden ausgaben.
Zitat von Magnificient
Kurdische Mafia Gruppen, haben höchste Unterstützung der "Grünen Partei" in Deutschland. Oft stellten sie sich als Liebhaber, für die Grünen Politikerinnen zur Verfügung, denn es ist und waf Mode, dort einen ausl. Liebhaber zu haben.
Warum geben die Türken den Kurden nicht einfach ein eigenes Land.. dann können die dort leben und die Türken brauchen sich nicht mehr mit denen rumzuschlagen...
Eine sehr gute Lösung!, aber leider gibt es noch so faschistische Bozkurt-Anhänger und MHP Anhänger, die das nicht wollen.
Zitat von Hellenic
Ich bin dafür ! Aber es gibt ein paar Kurden die behaupten, dass Antalya, Trabzon, Sinop und Ankara auch zu Kurdistan gehören. Die haben keine Grenzen!
In welchen ländern außer der Türkei gibt es noch Kurden
wenn man die alle in die unabhängigkeit entlassen würde
wäre das doch am besten wie Hellenic sagt
dann könnten die sich sogar weiter organisieren
und hätten somit auch ihre Vorteile
aber ich glaube die Türkei würde nie sowas zulassen
Türkei, Iraq und Syrien hauptsächlich! Wobei die Kurden einen recht großen Teil der Türkei mitnehmen würden
So war das eigentlich nach dem 1.WK gedacht. Dass die Kurden einen Staat bekommen doch naja.
Wenn es feste Grenzen geben würde. Aber es wird immer einen geben die sagen das gehört auch uns und das und das. Wir wollen wen schon einen Freundschaftliches Kurdistan !!
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