The murder of Armando Beqiri in the handcuffs of his house in Iceland is no longer a mystery to the local authorities. Local media have published details from the police file that reveals the recent movements of the group that was engaged in his execution, adding the fact that Beqiri is accused of being active in the “crime world” in Reykjavík. There is talk of an Icelander, also suspected of illegal activities, who allegedly feared Armando.
On 16 February he says police had information that several men working for the Icelandic were involved in the murder. They were “brought” to take care of him for fear of Armando Beqiri, as he believed that Albanians had been offered large sums of money to kill him. But the Icelander has always denied guilt in questioning the police and he is not one of the four people accused of killing the Albanian.
It was known from an early age that Angeline was involved in the murder
The police seem to have quickly realized that Angjelin Sterkaj is the person who pulled the trigger to kill Armando. He was in contact with the Icelandic and other defendants at the time of the murder. The Icelander, for example, was registered to rent a car, which was seen at the murder scene.
Two days before the murder, Angjelini had gone to Angjelin’s owl to get a vacuum cleaner, claiming that he had known her for several years after they had worked together and had never had any misunderstandings. But the truth is different. Sterkaj told Armando to behave well, otherwise he would fill his stomach with bullets.
While his girlfriend, Claudia was monitoring the Albanian at every moment. The night of the murder, when Armando left for home, she sent a coded message to Angelina, writing: Hi sexy! A search of her home turned up ammunition of the same type used in the murder, about 300 rounds of ammunition.
Armando Beqiri was shot nine times with a silenced pistol, exactly on his birthday. The young man from Albania, the father of two children, died in the country, right in the handcuffs of the apartment. Shpetim Qerimi, Angjelin Sterak, Murat Selivrada and Claudia Sofia Coelho Carvahlo have been handcuffed for his murder so far. The task of the latter was to follow the movements of the Albanians from Tepelena.