Gang warfare continues in Denmark
Like other countries in Europe, Denmark had been open to large number of immigration and pople from many countries made their home in Denmark. But latest clashes between locals and immigrants group has pushed the society into unrest. The gang warfare between the Hells Angels and immigrant gangs has taken a surprising turn. The leader of Den Internationale Klub (The International Club) has demanded that the Hells Angels hands over three members of its support group, and provides financial compensation.
Police arrested 14 people in various parts of the country yesterday in connection with the ongoing battle between bikers and immigrant gangs.
The trouble started in Odense where a member of the Hells Angels AK81 support group was beaten with a baseball bat. Two members of an immigrant gang were later detained.
Shortly afterwards a police patrol stopped and searched a car in which five biker-related men were travelling. Ammunition was found in the vehicle, but no guns.
That discovery caused police to search the Hells Angels clubhouse in the area where more ammunition was found, but no weapons. A member of the Hells Angels was arrested.
At one point, police were tipped off that the Hells Angels had called in reinforcements. Patrols stopped a vehicle containing four members of the AK81 group on their way from Randers, but the four were released as nothing illegal was found in the car.
Two others were arrested in Odense, one of whom was carrying a knife.