The group of Moroccan-Dutch youths who are involved in at least six assassinations in the Netherlands and Antwerp in a series of extremely violent robberies, is much larger than expected. According to the Amsterdam police it is not a few dozen, but “hundreds” of young people in the Netherlands and Morocco. These drug dealers, shooters, agents and facilitators, all of whom are linked to one another.
According to detectives, a quarter to a third of the new apartments in Tangier, one of the safe havens across the border in Spain, is financed with dirty money — from the Netherlands and other countries. Almost weekly trips are made by one or more Dutch police teams to Morocco for criminal investigation or seizure. The Dutch police and the judiciary have already had assets seized amount to approximately 100 million euros in the North African country, mainly in real estate with which money is laundered.
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