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Tuesday, 7 October 2008

Den Internationale Klub has demanded that the Hells Angels hands over three members of its support group, and provides financial compensation

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Den Internationale Klub has demanded that the Hells Angels hands over three members of its support group, and provides financial compensation. Den Internationale Klub’s Leader Danny Abdallah has demanded that the three named members of the AK81 group be handed over for punishment, and that the Hells Angels pays four million kroner in blood money for the death of 19-year-old Osman Nuri Dogan who was killed outside a pizza bar in August. The killing caused a heated armed conflict to erupt between the Hells Angels and immigrant gangs. A member of the AK81 group, which is a support group for the Hells Angels, has been charged with the killing but police have not had enough evidence to have him jailed. “What I’m saying is that we can find a solution. The Hells Angels must hand over the three people who were involved in killing Osman. Over and above that they must pay four million kroner in damages to Osmans family. That is hardly a big sum for a club such as Hells Angels,” Danny Abdallah told B.T. “If you do something like that, you have to pay for it,” he says.

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