Two No Surrender leaders arrested for attempted assassination

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Two leading members of motorcycle gang No Surrender were arrested in SWAT team raids in The Hague and Pijnacker early on Tuesday morning. They were arrested in connection with an attempted assassination in Ridderkerk in November last year, the Telegraaf reports.

According to the newspaper, the arrested men are the president and "sergeant of arms" for the West-Coast No Surrender chapter in The Hague. They are the main suspects of a stabbing in a illegal lab for anabolic steroids in Ridderkerk last year. A 40-year-old man from The Hague was critically injured. The Hague police consider the stabbing a deliberate attempt to assassinate the victim.


Soon after the stabbing the Hague police got indications that No Surrender was involved in the production and trade of steroids and muscle enhancers in the Netherlands. 

The first arrest happened in The Hague neighborhood Morgenstond, the second in Pijnacker. 

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