Recent developments and news on the German mob
POLICE AVERT GERMAN MAFIA WAR
Confiscate a cache of weapons in Jomtien
A squadron of Pattaya police, armed with a search warrant, searched the Condo Villa Germania in Jomtien on October 23 after learning that two German Mafia organizations were preparing for a war. Officers had received tips that weapons sales were transpiring at the condominium.
Jocmen Hartel and Detlef Gloutsbach are now behind bars after being caught with a cache of weapons allegedly for use in a local German Mafia war. Entering one suspect's room, officers found Mr. Detlef Gloutsbach, 40, a German national, with weapons in his possession.
Officers confiscated a .357 with 50 rounds of ammunition, and 25 rounds of ammunition for a rapid fire weapon. Police also found pistol with a 6 inch barrel registered in the name of Police Sergeant Suwan Sukhsuwan, 42, of Chonburi.
Officers arrested Gloutsbach, charging him with possession of illegal weapons.
Officers then went to the 11th floor of the condominium and found Mr. Jocmen Qert Hartel (sic), 54, of Berlin. Officers found in his possession 1 7.65 CZ Super Magazine and 8 rounds of ammunition. Knives were also found. Hartel was also charged with possession of illegal weapons.
Police Colonel Phirom Pariyakon of the Foreign Crimes Division said the raid was made after police received information that there was to be a 'Mafia war' because of a disagreement over who was to be the Head of the Board of Directors of the Condominium. The Colonel said that the two Germans were also involved in other illegal businesses in Pattaya and Chiang Mai.
Both were remanded to custody and await full charging and trial.
GERMAN MOBSTER FOUND MURDERED
Bonn, Germany- The body of a deceased man was found in a garbage dumpster behind an apartment buliding Tuesday. The body had been dismembered and placed inside a trash bag. Police believe the man to be a member of the German mafia. The German police claim that it is hard to to track down members of the German mafia due to the fact that most citizens are much more reluctant to provide information about them because of intimidation and the fact that they are fellow ethnic Germans. "I think we have a problem on are hands that is going to get worse", a German police officer told reporters, "we now have evidence of police coruption, mobsters that are paying police officers to ignore their activities, or sometimes even help them." The police officer wished to remain anonymous.
MORE TO COME!
We will be bringing you more news and updates as they become available. Please bear with us as information on the German mob is slow coming right now. The German govermant has seemed to be quick to deny reports of wide spread German organized crime. The German mob itself has seemed to being doing an excellent job at keeping it's activities very hush hush. So if anyone has any news or information, or knows were we could find some, please e-mail us at our address listed on our home page.