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How the Netherlands became a narco-state

28 February 2024

12:10 AM

28 February 2024

12:10 AM

In a heavily-fortified Amsterdam courthouse known as The Bunker, Ridouan Taghi, the chieftain of the so-called ‘Mocro-Maffia’ (Moroccan mafia), and 16 of his henchmen learned their fate today. The gang were all found guilty of a series of murders that shocked the Netherlands.

Taghi’s case is symptomatic of a wider illness within Dutch society.

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