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The radical leadership of the Boixos Nois is dismantled with 14 detainees

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The radical leadership of the Boixos Nois is dismantled with 14 detainees

They are accused, among other crimes, of drug trafficking, prostitution of women, illegal possession of weapons or money laundering. Seven of them are already in prison.

Image of the fight between Boixos and Yomus in January 2020.

The Spanish police reported this Thursday of the arrest of 14 members of the Boixos Nois, taking for dismantled the “radical leadership” of that organization of Barça ultras, which has been banned from stadiums since 2003.

The detainees in this operation, carried out on November 2, but released this Thursday, are accused, among other crimes, of drug trafficking, prostitution of women, illegal possession of weapons or money laundering.

Those arrested, seven of whom have been sent to prison, formed a criminal network “whose link would be the ultra group Boixos Nois”, the radical fans of Barcelona, ​​acting as a “hierarchical and disciplined criminal organization”.

The profits they made from drug trafficking and the prostitution of women were used to finance their “attendance at musical and sporting events for the dissemination of hatred, hostility and violence” against other groups.

Firearms

In the operation, 18 homes and premises were registered in which the police seized ten firearms, numerous knives or different types of drugs, as well as “numerous material of a supremacist nature” concerning the Boixos Nois and the biker gang “Hells Angels”, to which one of the detainees belonged.

Los Boixos Nois, founded in 1981, They cannot go to the Camp Nou since 2003, when the current president of Barça, Joan Laporta, banned their entry during his first term (2003-2010).

His last most prominent violent action dates back to January 2020, when they faced radical fans of Valencia belonging to the Yomus group, near the Valencian stadium of Mestalla, forcing the police to intervene.



Reference from elmundo