Polish mafis and gangs from the 90s/early 2000 were off the hook

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Polish mafis and gangs from the 90s/early 2000 were off the hook

Unread postby Invincible32 » August 8th, 2017, 1:23 pm

watch this documentary, this mofo fuking had multiple murders and even cop kills then escaped to germany to evade law and made w name there and even came to ukrwine to escape law there only to be deported back to poland by the ukrwinian cops:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CmRIRPf8Nvw&sns=em

he even fuking killed some guy shot him over writing on his car at 18 and some other guy nicknamed animal tried to bomb his car lol. all sorts of deep shit there and you guys think its a small nation? fuking hard as fuk here.

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Re: Polish mafis and gangs from the 90s/early 2000 were off the hook

Unread postby Invincible32 » August 8th, 2017, 1:26 pm

whats funny is he got a 10 yr sentence for his first kill at 18 but because of polish law you can get out yewrly on fourlough he ended up doing only 4.5 yrs, later he ended up with multiple life terms in a nation that officially doesnt even have life without parole how dangerous and motherfuking killer he and his gang were. he also tortured some gypsy princess which I loughed out loud at considering I just gone done doing time in cali for beating up a white gypsy.

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Re: Polish mafis and gangs from the 90s/early 2000 were off the hook

Unread postby Invincible32 » August 8th, 2017, 4:14 pm

http://www.kurierlubelski.pl/artykul/33 ... ,id,t.html

google translated:
https://translate.google.com/translate? ... d%2Ct.html

"Crimes dating back years: "Ciolo" killed and tortured. He got five life sentences

Absolute bandit, beast ready for anything, number one on the list of most wanted criminals - so we wrote in Kurier about Robert K., better known as "Ciolo". In the 1990s local media called him the most dangerous criminal in Poland. What did he deserve? Robert K. spent his childhood in Lubelskie Bronowice. He quickly came to know the police as the perpetrator of minor theft. He soon gained respect in the criminal world of the Lublin region and headed the so- Gang Old Town. The group specialized in selling drugs, extortion and robbery. During one of them, in August 1992, Robert K. shot a Lublin sugar wholesaler, Krzysztof S."

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Re: Polish mafis and gangs from the 90s/early 2000 were off the hook

Unread postby Invincible32 » August 15th, 2017, 2:28 am

from wikipedia apparently these two mafias or gangs tried to wrestle co trol away from the state and went against the state but unlike ukraine, armania and the like they lost (for some reaosn the state was too powerful or had too much money coming in from the west):
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crime_in_Poland

[/quote]The first war against organized crime was won by Poland in the 90’s. This war was aimed at large gangs. The state triumphed and so we no longer have the gangs of Wolomin and Pruszkow,” said Mr Bartłomiej Sienkiewicz at the press conference at the MI.

"Head of the MI added that at the moment there were about 200 criminal groups operating across Poland which were under constant police monitoring. “For none of them the situation is likely to return to the one observed in the 90’s” said Minister Bartłomiej Sienkiewicz.[/quote]

Polish organized crime emerged in the 1990s, when the traditional criminal underworld became better organised and due to rising corruption.[4] Organized crime groups were well known (1992) for operating sophisticated car theft-rings,[5] as well as for their involvement in drug trafficking (the main drug being amphetamine) and weapon trafficking.

The Pruszków mafia was an organized criminal group that emerged from the Warsaw suburb of Pruszków in the beginning of the 1990s. The group is known for being involved in large car-theft rings, drug trafficking (including cocaine, heroin, hashish and amphetamine), kidnapping, extortion, weapon trafficking (including AK-47's) and murder. Even though law enforcement dealt a severe blow to the Pruszków mafia, it is alleged that Pruszków-based gangs, with or without notice from their former leaders, have regained their strength in recent years and have begun setting up their car-theft rings and connections with Colombian drug cartels again.[6]"


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