Friday, September 21, 2012

Two Hells Angels shot and stabbed in Denmark



Just as I was trying to catch up with all the news about Denmark's problems with the Hells Angels and their associated gang violence, breaking news tonight is two Hells Angels have been shot and stabbed in Copenhagen. I say tonight because it's already night there.

A Hells Angel was thrown out of a moving car after he was beaten and stabbed with a knife, while another Hells Angel was found lying on the back seat of a car with a gunshot wound in the leg. A Hells Angels Rocker means a full patch memebr. The other day a 17 ton truck drove right into the Bandidos clubhouse in Copenhagen. "Castle" is properly translated to be clubhouse. Looks like the truck drove right into a brick wall and received more damage than the clubhouse did.



Turns out this recent stabbing and shooting of two full patch Hells Angels in Denmark has nothing to do with their conflict with the Bandidios. It was yet another conflict from within. Philip Nielsen is the Hells Angel stabbed and thrown out of the moving car, while Kasper Kruse is the Hells Angel that was shot in the leg. Both had been recently kicked out of the club in bad standing. Clearly steroids don’t make you bullet proof. Seemingly Philip Nielsen slandered a number of older HA-brothers, as being too old and weak. Time will tell. Sadly, the ongoing internal betrayal will likely strengthen the Hells Angels’ enemies.

2 comments:

  1. As the Quebec Crime Commission shows, it's pretty hard to find a racket the Rizzuto clan is not involved in; this construction business must have netted tens of millions, all the quiet way...:

    MONTREAL — Images of an old Mafia don stuffing cash into his socks elicited online jokes from people watching Quebec’s corruption inquiry Wednesday."

    "But a police officer explained why those videotaped scenes are no laughing matter: they’re part of a monumental scam that drives up the price of construction, he testified."

    "The stacks of money being stuffed into Nicolo Rizzuto’s socks came from players in a industry that, according to that Montreal municipal officer, would see its costs ramped up by as much as 30% because of a “tax” imposed by the Mafia."

    http://tinyurl.com/bu4a4gq (NationalPost)

    The son is out soon, rumoured to try a GTA re-location...It won't save him...

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  2. Ah yes the Rizzutos. I still have to follow up on that one. I finally found out who people in Quebec think are killing them.

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