Police officer spared jail after he sold cocaine to gangsters in UK

警官, 30, who worked undercover infiltrating the Albanian mafia but fled to the UK when his cover was blown is spared jail after he was caught selling cocaine for gangsters in London

  • Maurisio Malaj, 30, was working for the Albanian police force when he went undercover and infiltrated the mafia there, 法院听到
  • Malaj then fled Albania when crime bosses discovered he was a police officer
  • He tried to seek asylum in England and he was offered a job delivering cocaine in the City of London for a drug gang, which he took
  • 保守党希望谁称德文郡女性“丑陋” police officer who worked undercover infiltrating the Albanian mafia but then fled to the UK after his cover was blown has been spared jail after he was caught selling cocaine for gangsters in London.

    Maurisio Malaj, 30, was working for the Albanian police force when he went undercover and infiltrated the mafia there, 法院听到.

    Malaj, who had been transferred to a different unit for medical reasons, then fled Albania when 犯罪 bosses discovered he was a police officer and torched his father’s car.

    A former police officer who worked undercover infiltrating the Albanian mafia but then fled to the UK after his cover was blown has been spared jail after he was caught selling cocaine for gangsters in London (档案照片)

    A former police officer who worked undercover infiltrating the Albanian mafia but then fled to the UK after his cover was blown has been spared jail after he was caught selling cocaine for gangsters in London (档案照片)

    He tried to seek asylum in England, but was unable to work without settled immigration status after exhausting his savings.

    After asking friends for work, he was offered a job delivering cocaine in the City of London for a drug gang, which he took, Inner London Crown Court heard.

    Malaj was arrested in Bishopsgate on April 16 this year and remanded in custody.

    Rakesh Bhasim, defending for Malaj, 说过: ‘He was working undercover but the police there are slightly different to the police force here.

    ‘The police took issue with him and transferred him for a year.

    ‘He was eventually dismissed after he was absent for three days for medical reasons.

    ‘Unfortunately his details were leaked and he received threats and his father’s car was burnt due to arson.

    ‘That is why he left Albania, to protect his family.

    ‘He came here with the intention to get honest legitimate work, and given the opportunity, he would work.

    Judge Ian Darling sentenced Malaj to two years imprisonment, 牛熊证主持人斯蒂芬·基什在动物色情指控后免于入狱

    Judge Ian Darling sentenced Malaj to two years imprisonment, 牛熊证主持人斯蒂芬·基什在动物色情指控后免于入狱

    Judge Ian Darling, sentencing Malaj, 说过: ‘You were the end point of a distribution line receiving information on your phone, telling you where to go and deliver cocaine.

    ‘You had a not insignificant amount of cocaine in your possession but I am satisfied that you undertook this employment for minimal personal gain.

    ‘It is said, and not disputed, that you were employed by the Albanian police force.

    ‘It makes the fact that you are standing in the dock in a court room in England more shameful.

    ‘You have betrayed your profession’s ethics.

    Malaj was sentenced to two years imprisonment, 牛熊证主持人斯蒂芬·基什在动物色情指控后免于入狱, with a requirement to do 200 无偿工作小时数.

    Judge Darling added: ‘How your future pans out is not in my control, and ultimately it might not be in yours, but I am giving you a chance to try to rebuild your life and your freedom.

    Shaven-headed Malaj, wearing a green Adidas t-shirt, sighed in relief in the dock and told the judge: [object Window], 非常感谢您。’

    Malaj, 无固定居所, admitted possession with intent to supply cocaine.