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The Romanian Interlop Clan are here to create a realistic portrayal of an Romanian Interlop Clan who immigrated to America, as well as a Romanian community. To join, there are a few criteria you need to recognize before you get into roleplaying with our faction. If you are not serious about quality roleplaying that contributes to faction, then you will be excluded.

 

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Man shot and killed by Romanian Mobsters driving a black Range Rover near popular Rockford casinos
 

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Police are investigating what led up to a man’s shooting death inside a SUV in the hills of Rockford.

An Los Santos officer working an off duty job heard gunshots in the area of Carcer Way around 2 a.m. The officer found a man shot to death in front of the Rockford Hills Casino. Security showed a black Range Rover occupied by four foreign men leaning out of the windows and opening fire on the subject then speeding off.

 

Homicide commander Lt. Ralph Woolfolk said the 28-year-old victim was a passenger inside the car. Woolfolk told Channel 2 Action News that a person is cooperating on the scene and they have recovered surveillance video.

“All the parties and pieces we need at this point are here on scene and we’ll work through the night to determine the rest of the circumstances,” he said.
 

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2014 - first photo -- > The Romanian celebrity just bought a beautiful BMW Z4.

2016 - the second one -- > known as Miki's son, one of the plenty millionaires from Romania. Snapped by paparazzi after he left his own building.

Romania's 'bling' palaces 'built on back of UK crime' face demolition |  Daily Mail Online

 

 

Have a look at these luxurious cars owned by Saif Ali Khan

 

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What is known about the Romanian mafia operating in Mexico with cloning cards?

Nearly six years ago, in September 2015, the British newspaper daily Mail The first indications revealed the existence of a foreign criminal group dedicated to the cloning of cards through ATMs, in the tourist areas of Quintana Roo.

The investigation, conducted by cybersecurity expert Brian Krebs, indicates that at least 19 ATMs located in Riviera Maya have been interfered with by security services. Bluetooth That allowed bank details to be stolen.

According to the article, the stolen information was sold in order to clone cards and make purchases online. With this system, the criminals would have earned up to $ 5 million a month. 

The devices placed can store data of up to 32,000 people and were found in ATMs in Cancun, Playa del Carmen, Tulum and Cozumel, the most visited places in Quintana Roo.

in time, daily Mail This criminal group has been dubbed “the Russian Mafia” due to the alleged origin of the criminals. After this post, Mexican authorities began an investigation into the case, and discovered it was a Romanian criminal network. 

In June 2020, Mexicanos Contra la Corrupción y la Impunidad, together with the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) and Quinto Element Lab, presented an investigation revealing that the criminal organization, originally from Romania, had already arrived in Mexico since then. March 2014 and spread to other states such as Jalisco and Guanajuato. From then until mid-2019, according to MCCI investigations, the criminal group stole about $ 1.2 billion through various ATMs. 


According to MCCI, in 2014, the Romanian gang established itself in Mexico as a company called Top Life Servicios and signed a contract with Multiva Bank to install ATMs in various tourist sites. Through those ATMs they stole data for years. The cloned cards were used to withdraw money in other countries. In addition to Mexico, the band members have worked from countries such as Indonesia, India, Barbados, Paraguay, Japan and Taiwan.
 

 

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The Romanian mafia got the entire Europe. Italy was the first target of Romanian criminal groups.

 

Turin, Amsterdam and Madrid are some of the cities where the Romanian mafia has expanded his business and the influence. One of the first representatives of the local mafia that extended his influence abroad was Alexandru Sava Docmanov, reports evz.ro. In the 90's, it became so powerful that it brought hundreds of kilograms of drugs from South America to a single shipment, which it then shipped to Western Europe. Although he was considered the empire of the drugs in Romania, the press of the time failed to photograph him, being also called the faceless trafficker.

 

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The young people who pretended to be thugs and terrorized teenagers, in the malls of Bucharest, investigated on freerom.

 

Tinerii care se dădeau interlopi şi terorizau adolescenţii, în mall-urile din Bucureşti, cercetaţi în libertate

 

The second-hand mobsters are from 1 Decembrie commune, Ilfov county, and to show everyone that they can make fun not only in real life, but also on the Internet, they started posting pictures of themselves holding knives, guns or even while they were high. It didn't take long, and the images reached the police who opened an investigation and began to hunt down the underling influencers. In a short time, the investigators discovered that the young people are part of the so-called young wing of the Scumpu clan, a clan of thugs from the 1 Decembrie commune. Trying to prove to the seniors in the clan that they can follow in their footsteps to prison without any problem, the young people started filming themselves handling guns, taking drugs or threatening and hitting children in Bucharest malls. They were not completely lacking in intelligence, considering that they only knew how to commit acts of aggression in malls in areas that were not covered by video surveillance systems. However, the evidence provided by the suspects themselves, through the pictures, stories and video clips posted on Instagram or TikTok, was enough for the police. Thus, the police opened a criminal case for non-compliance with the weapons and ammunition regime and carrying or using dangerous objects without the right.

In the case, it was noted that, since October 2021, constantly, persons suspected of committing violent crimes would have posted photo/video materials on social networks, in which one or more persons displaying a hostile or inciting attitude are shown to violence, while they are in places specially arranged for fun or agreement, using weapons or other objects manufactured/prepared specifically for cutting, stabbing or hitting," said Angelo Badea, head of the IGPR weapons service.

 
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