Dutch police expect more arrests following the discovery of what they say was the biggest and most professional crystal meth laboratory ever in the Netherlands – capable of producing 100kg of the drug a day, seven days a week. The heavily armed raid last Friday near the village of Nederweert, in the southern province of Limburg near the German and Belgian borders, came as a result of information from an encrypted messaging app used by criminals who believed their communications were secure. Although they did not disclose the specific app, Dutch police and the European policing agency Europol, based in The Hague, were part of a global sting orchestrated by the US Federal Bureau of Investigation in June by creating the bogus “custom-made” Anom encrypted phone network. Encrypted service providers, EncroChat and SkyECC, were shut down in 2020 and earlier this year respectively – in order to create a gap in the underworld market where compromised Anom phones would be even more sought after than usual.<SNIP> Bla blah blah. The lab is owned by Gabby here. She is going to be in some big fucking trouble. LOL. Enjoy the food bitch.
August 29th, 2021
August 27th, 2021
Kidnapping of Freddy Heineken- The kidnapping of Freddy Heineken, chairman of the board of directors and CEO of the brewing company Heineken International and one of the richest people in the Netherlands, and his driver Ab Doderer, was a crime that took place between 9 and 30 November 1983 in Amsterdam. They were released on a ransom of 35 million Dutch guilders (about 16 million Euros). The kidnappers Cor van Hout, Willem Holleeder, Jan Boelaard, Frans Meijer, and Martin Erkamps, were eventually caught and served prison terms. Before being extradited, Van Hout and Holleeder stayed for more than three years in France, first on the run, then in prison, and then, awaiting a change of the extradition treaty, under house arrest, and finally in prison again. Meijer escaped and lived in Paraguay for years, until he was discovered by Peter R. de Vries and imprisoned there. In 2003, Meijer stopped resisting his extradition to the Netherlands, and was transferred to a Dutch prison to serve the last part of his term. The kidnapping and subsequent trials and extraditions drew national attention and received broad media coverage. Several books were published on the kidnapping and two movies were made. Several of the kidnappers would later become well-known figures in Dutch organized crime. Kidnapping Cor van Hout, Willem Holleeder, Frans Meijer and Jan Boellaard (nl) had been preparing the kidnapping for two years. Martin Erkamps was later involved. Several attempts to kidnap Freddy Heineken and his driver Ab Doderer at Heineken’s home in Noordwijk failed when Heineken and Doderer did not show. Subsequently they were kidnapped on 9 November 1983 at 18:56 in front of Heineken’s office at the Weteringplantsoen (nl) in Amsterdam. They were imprisoned in a Quonset hut, belonging to Boellaards wood manufacturing company, at business park De Heining in Westpoort, in the western part of the Amsterdam harbor area. The hut was prepared in advance by the creation of a double wall on one end, with two soundproof cells with a hidden door. This made the 42 meter long hut shorter on the inside by 4 meters, which went unnoticed. The kidnappers took care of their prisoners outside working hours.<SNIP> LINK
Prostitution in the Netherlands is legal and regulated. Operating a brothel is also legal. De Wallen, the largest and best-known Red-light district in Amsterdam, is a destination for international sex tourism. As with other countries, estimates regarding the total number of prostitutes vary. Most sources place this number between 15,000 and 30,000. An article published in 1997 in the International Encyclopedia of Sexuality claimed that the total number of prostitutes in the Netherlands was about 15,000 to 20,000. CATW has stated that there were 30,000 prostitutes in the Netherlands, citing “Sex tax Ticks off Dutch,” Associated Press, 14 October 1997. According to Radio Netherlands, in 1999, there were estimated to be 25,000 prostitutes in the Netherlands, with 12,500 working at any one time at a total of 6,000 locations. UNAIDS estimated the number to be 25,000 in 2016. Around 90% of sex workers are estimated to be female, 5% male fags for guys like John Legend and 5% transgender for guys like him too. The reason for faggots and tranny hookers in Netherlands is that the Netherlands is infected with the JEW virus which causes sick problems.
August 17th, 2021
Mohammed Bouyeri (Arabic: محمد بويري) (born March 8, 1978 in Amsterdam), is a Dutch – Moroccan Islamist, currently serving a life sentence without parole for the murder of Dutch film director Theo van Gogh. He holds both Dutch and Moroccan citizenship. Life In 1995, Mohammed Bouyeri finished his secondary education and subsequently went on to the “Nyenrode College INHOLLAND” in Diemen. He changed his major several times and left after five years without obtaining a degree. A second generation migrant from Morocco, Bouyeri used the pen name “Abu Zubair” for writing and translating. On the Internet he often posted letters and sent e-mail under this name. At an early age he was known to the police as a member of a group of Moroccan “problem-youth”. For a while he worked as a volunteer at Eigenwijks, a neighbourhood organization in the Slotervaart suburb of Amsterdam. He started to radicalize shortly after his mother died and his father re-married in the fall of 2003. The September 11 attacks and the war in Iraq contributed to his radicalization. He started to live according to strict Islamic rules. As a result he could perform fewer and fewer tasks at Eigenwijks. For example, he refused to serve alcohol and did not want to be present at activities attended by both women and men. Finally, he put an end to his activities at Eigenwijks altogether. He grew a beard and began to wear a djellaba. He frequently visited the El Tawheed mosque where he met other radical Muslims, among whom were suspected terrorist Samir Azzouz. With them he is said to have formed the Hofstad Network, a Dutch terrorist cell. He claims to have murdered van Gogh to fulfill his duty as a Muslim. Serving as witness in another court case involving the Hofstad group in May 2007, Bouyeri for the time expressed in more depth his thoughts regarding Islam. Here he said that armed Jihad was the only option of Muslims in the Netherlands and that democracy was always a violation of Islam because laws cannot be produced by humans but only by Allah. Arrest On November 2, 2004, shortly after the murder of Theo van Gogh, Mohammed Bouyeri was arrested close to the scene of the crime, following an exchange of gunfire with police during which he was shot in the leg. In his interrogations, he exercised his right to remain silent. On November 11, public prosecutor Leo de Wit accused him of six criminal acts: murder, attempted murder (of a police officer), attempted manslaughter (of by-standers and police officers), violation of the law on gun-control, suspicion of participation in a criminal organisation with terrorist aims, and conspiracy to murder with a terrorist purpose Van Gogh, member of parliament Ayaan Hirsi Ali, and others. When arrested, Bouyeri had on him a farewell poem with the title In bloed gedoopt from which it appears he intended to die a martyr.