'National investigation service hunts down underworld bosses'

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The National investigation service is going to tackle crime bosses 'on level with Holleeder.'

21 February 2008

AMSTERDAM – The National investigation service is going to tackle crime bosses ‘on level with Holleeder,' the Telegraaf reports on Thursday. The service has its eye on at least 25 major crime world figures.

Detectives will be concentrating on crime kingpins that play a leading role in the underworld, the paper reports. Tom Driessen, head of the National investigation service, expects that a new strategy will lead to more arrests.   

Professional criminals like Dino S., Stanley H., Mink K., Ferry de K. and a number of prominent Hell's Angels are on the national detective team's list, the Telegraaf reports.

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Subject: Dutch news

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