tirsdag den 12. februar 2008


The Narkowar.


Hells Angels got their name from the Royal Airforce Escadril, Hells Angels.

But they now got reputation as Nazists.

But not only nazists, but also the new mafia.

Hells Angels and the imigrant gangs "Blågårdsplads Gruppen", "Black Cobra" and

"The International Club - Den Internationale Klub - DIK" are fighting on life and death about the narcomarked in Copenhagen on Nørrebro.

DIK now today has the marked of dealing with drugs in Aalborg, Kolding, and Esbjerg.

You can see the the deadly intermezzo between Jørn Jønke Nielsen and a person from DIK came to life seen in an economical aspect, to posses the dealing with drugs. Two criminals meet one night on the street.


Five Hells Angels indicted


By ANGELO BRUSCASP-I REPORTER
Five current or former members of the Hells Angels motorcycle club were indicted by a federal grand jury Tuesday on racketeering charges that involve a previously unsolved Snohomish County murder, robbery, extortion, kidnapping and trafficking in stolen motorcycles.
Those arrested and charged include Richard Allen Fabel, 48, of Spokane, a president of the Hells Angels Washington Nomads Chapter. Fabel is accused of directing other gang members to engage in the criminal activity, which was traced to the July 2001 killing of 47-year-old Michael Eugene Walsh of Arlington.
Two of the men are charged with the Walsh murder: Rodney Lee Rollness, 45, of Snohomish, and Joshua Binder, 30 of North Bend.
Also charged were Ricky Jenks, 28, of Spokane, and Paul Foster, 49, of Arlington. Jenks, a current Hells Angels member, is charged with racketeering, robbery and extortion. Foster, a former member, is charged as an accessory in helping to cover up the Walsh murder.
The case began with information obtained by the Monroe Police Department about stolen Harley-Davidson motorcycles and motorcycle parts connected to the Hells Angels, said Mike Lang, assistant U.S. Attorney in Seattle. That led to the Walsh murder, which a 15-page indictment says was planned between December 1999 and July 2001.
Lang said Walsh was not a member of the Hells Angels, and the murder case had gone unsolved until it was traced to the motorcycle club with the assistance of the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office cold case homicide squad, the State Patrol, the FBI and other federal authorities. Walsh had last been seen alive in Foster’s Arlington home, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office.
“They had been looking at the murder for some time,” Lang said.
If convicted of murder charges in a racketeering case, the men could face maximum penalties of life in prison or a possible death sentence.
Rollness and Binder also are charged with interfering with commerce by threats or violence for the January, 2004 attempted robbery of a Monroe resident, and Rollness faces two counts of witness tampering for using fear and intimidation to silence the alleged victim of that offense.
Fabel and Jenks were arrested in Spokane and made initial appearances in federal court there Tuesday before being transferred to Seattle. Binder and Rollness made their initial appearances in U.S. District Court in Seattle Tuesday afternoon, and Foster will make his intitial appearance today.
Fabel and Jenks have also been indicted in U.S. District Court in Nevada for their involvement in a April 2002 shootout between the Hells Angels and Mongols motorcycle gangs in Laughlin, Nevada that left three people dead.
The indictments mark the second major case brought by a Seattle federal grand jury against a motorcycle gang in Western Washington in the past year. In June, 20 members of the Bandidos were arrested and charged with similar crimes, including racketeering, witness tampering, drug dealing and selling stolen Harley-Davidsons.

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ripkrypton sagde ...

The Hells Angels were named after a WWII United States Air Force fighter squadron. Not "Royal" anything.

ripkrypton sagde ...

The Hells Angels were named after a WWII United States Air Force fighter squadron. Not "Royal" anything.

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