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Albanian gangster who was kicked out of Britain for shooting a rival six times in a cold-blooded attempted murder is back in the UK running a car wash
- Albanian gangster Riza Vatoci, aged 49, is back in the UK running a car wash
- He was deported from Britain for shooting rival six times in attempted murder
- Vatoci is thought to have claimed thousands of pounds in benefits in Britain
An Albanian gangster deported from Britain for shooting a rival six times in a cold-blooded attempted murder in his homeland, is back in the UK running a car wash, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.
Riza Vatoci, 49, was tracked down to his business in quiet Bognor Regis, West Sussex, last week by this newspaper.
Our reporter saw him arrive in a black Jaguar and look on while four employees cleaned a steady flow of vehicles.
Riza Vatoci, 49, was tracked down to his business in quiet Bognor Regis, West Sussex, last week by this newspaper. Granted British citizenship in 2006, he is thought to have claimed thousands of pounds in benefits
But after being contacted by the MoS, the Home Office is taking ‘immediate steps’ to strip Vatoci of his citizenship.
Arrested in Albania in 1996 for attempted murder, believed to be in revenge for the death of his brother, he escaped after five months and in 1998 was sentenced to 15 years in jail in his absence.
Coming to the UK in 1999, he claimed to be a refugee from Kosovo, sought asylum and was eventually allowed to remain.
Granted British citizenship in 2006, he is thought to have claimed thousands of pounds in benefits.
Vatoci is understood to live with his wife and children while running the Express hand car wash in Bognor Regis, which is seen above. After being contacted by the MoS, the Home Office is taking ‘immediate steps’ to strip Vatoci of his citizenship
But after Interpol issued an arrest warrant, Vatoci was arrested. He waged a costly legal battle, claiming that his human rights would be breached if he was sent back to Albania.
He was deported in 2012 but released after two months in jail in Albania, successfully arguing the sentence no longer applied under Albanian law.
Still holding a British passport, Vatoci returned to the UK where he registered companies under his own name. ………
Last month it was revealed Albanian gangs control Britain’s £5billion cocaine trade and are being fuelled by demand from middle-class drug users.
Albanian gangs are believed to control the £5billion British cocaine trade and prostitution rackets after huge numbers entered Britain in the 1990s following the Balkan wars. Several criminals have posted brazen images of themselves holding cash, including Luan Plakici, pictured, who trafficked women into Britain and was jailed for 23 years
Albanian gangs mock British justice system from jail: Thugs behind violent robberies and cocaine smuggling post laughing Instagram selfies from cells
- Albanian gangsters are posing for selfies and taking videos from behind bars
- It is believes Albanian gangs now control Britain’s £5billion cocaine trade
- One gang, the Hellbanianz, also produce rap videos glorifying violence
- Two members recently uploaded footage of themselves in Wormwood Scrubs
- Ministry of Justice has been removing videos and Instagram accounts
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