Muhamed Ali Gaši,

Name: Muhamed AliSurname: Gaši,AKA:
Date of birth: Sep. 11, 1973Place of birth: Nationality: AlbanianAddress: Pehlivanuša 6. Sarajevo, BiH
Spouse: Children: Interests:
Alleged Illegal Activities: Extortion, tyranny behaviour, fraudSource: Court documents, police records
Additional Information:Muhamed Ali Gashi was sentenced to 20 years prison, for organizing a criminal group and attempted murder.
Muhamed Ali Gaši is well known in Sarajevo. The outspoken Gaši is often referred to in newspapers and on the streets as a capo in the Albanian mafia in BiH. He was commonly seen speeding through Sarajevo’s small streets in his candy apple red Ferrari convertible. He is closely associated with fellow Sarajevan Naser Keljmendi.
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Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Bosnia and Herzegovina


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NaserKeljmendiFeb. 15, 1957


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