A death list has surfaced in the Zaanstad Judicial Complex with the names of employees of the prison. That reports RTL News based on sources. The list would have been found in the cell of former Hells Angels leader Lysander de R., who was then transferred to another prison.
The R. was removed from his cell about two weeks ago after The Telegraph had reported that the convicted leader of the Haarlem Hells Angels would conduct a reign of terror in prison. He would intimidate employees and fellow inmates. Now according to RTL News that justice associates him with keeping a list of names of prison employees who should be eliminated.
The Custodial Institutions Service (DJI) and the Noord-Holland police do not want to respond to questions from RTL News about the death list.
‘Is not true’
Remco Kint, lawyer for Lysander de R., reacts furiously to the reports and is considering legal action against RTL News for reporting false information about his client, writes NH News. Kint: ,,I just spoke to Lysander and it’s not true. I will speak to him at length tomorrow, but those sources of RTL News knocking in no way.”
De R. was sentenced to nine years in prison for extortion, threats, assault, possession of weapons and arson. After his conviction, he started a new motorcycle club, MC Hardliners, which he would manage from prison.
Two weeks ago, a few SIM cards and iPhones were found at the air yard of the Zaanstad Judicial Complex. Presumably they were delivered with a drone. There were signals that De R. and some other top criminals would have mobile phones at their disposal.
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