Wednesday, March 3, 2021

Holland HA Lysander de Ruijter revisited - HAMC banned

The Netherlands banned the Hells Angels. Now a court has imposed heavier sentences on members of Hells Angels Haarlem.
Things didn't end well in the trial for biker boss Lysander de Ruijter. He was put away in mid-2018 for 14 years.

He has been reportedly organizing a support club from behind bars.

Lysander de Ruijter
When last we left Lysander de Ruijter in 2016 he had been sentenced by a court in Alkmaar to 2.5 years in prison. He was found guilty of illegal firearm possession and assault. The case involved an arsenal of weapons found in Haarlem. The arsenal included a missile launcher, a grenade, a machine gun, a firearm, ammunition and stolen goods. The Explosive Ordnance Disposal team had to be called in to defuse the grenade and rocket launcher.

The latest for Lysander de Ruijter and his Haarlem Hells Angels is being accused of participating in a criminal organization. Charges include coercion and extortion, mistreatment, arson, threats, overt violence, firearm possession, drug trafficking, cannabis cultivation and money laundering.

Prosecutors sought a prison sentence of 14 years.
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