Two more years on remand for Mallorcan Hells Angels

LEADER of the Mallorcan chapter of the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club, Frank-Armin Hanebuth, and vice-president, Khalli Youssafi, have been remanded in prison for two more years.
National Spanish Court Judge Eloy Velasco has taken this decision after considering there was a strong chance of the two suspects, who have been in prison since July of 2013, fleeing Spain or attempting to coerce witnesses and other suspects. He believes both suspects have contacts amongst the national authorities which would grant them “protection” for their criminal activities.
Mr Velasco argued that it was vital to extend the stay in prison as long as legally possible for the two main leaders of the gang, which was dismantled in 2013 in Palma de Mallorca.
Both men have been charged of a number of crimes including forced prostitution, human and drug trafficking, money laundering, extortion, membership of a criminal gang and ownership of firearms.

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