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October 6, 1996 | From Times Wire Reports
Two people died and at least 15 were injured when a shoulder-fired antitank missile blasted a Hells Angels biker gang party in the Danish capital, police said. The attack appeared to be the latest in a three-year turf war between two Nordic biker gangs. "The idiots got us!" screamed one biker as he stormed through a crowd that gathered about 200 yards from the compound.
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October 7, 1996 | From Reuters
Danish police were on the alert for revenge attacks Sunday, after a missile strike on a Hells Angels biker gang party killed two people and wounded 19, in the bloodiest incident yet of a Nordic biker war. Police named the victims as 38-year-old Louis Nielsen, a candidate for Hells Angels membership, and Janne Krohn, 29, a woman party guest with no known connection to the bike gangs.
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October 7, 1996 | From Reuters
Danish police were on the alert for revenge attacks Sunday, after a missile strike on a Hells Angels biker gang party killed two people and wounded 19, in the bloodiest incident yet of a Nordic biker war. Police named the victims as 38-year-old Louis Nielsen, a candidate for Hells Angels membership, and Janne Krohn, 29, a woman party guest with no known connection to the bike gangs.
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October 6, 1996 | From Times Wire Reports
Two people died and at least 15 were injured when a shoulder-fired antitank missile blasted a Hells Angels biker gang party in the Danish capital, police said. The attack appeared to be the latest in a three-year turf war between two Nordic biker gangs. "The idiots got us!" screamed one biker as he stormed through a crowd that gathered about 200 yards from the compound.
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August 20, 1999 | ROY RIVENBURG
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