Lithuanians convicted of organised break-in of bicycle shops

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Three Lithuanian men are sentenced to prison and deportation of the country for burglaries and thefts of expensive special bicycles worth about one million kroner.

On Wednesday, the case was handed down in the court of Randers (Denmark). Here the 29-year-old man was convicted of all three break-in and had a year and nine months in prison and was expelled from the country for a constant. The other two were convicted of two of the injunctions and each received one year and four months in prison and were both expelled from the country with an entry ban for 12 years.


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38-year-old Lithuanian man sentenced to imprisonment and expulsion for the theft of designer bikes.

A 38-year-old man, Lithuanian national, received an immediate sentence at the court in Sønderborg for four months ‘ unconditional imprisonment and expulsion of Denmark with an entry ban of six years for theft.

The 38-year-old has acknowledged the theft of a total of 18 expensive designer bikes as well as a Segway scooter.


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Thanks to EU!


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  2. Tar Baby · September 19, 2019

    Sounds like those Gypsies get around. A lot of them live in the U.S.

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    • vikinglifeblog · September 19, 2019

      I only know of these types of ‘tip of iceberg’ cases, because of the ‘expulsion from Denmark’.
      Otherwise it is just crime, that sounds like “immigrant crime”.

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  3. Tar Baby · September 20, 2019

    And Gypsies are in a constant state of immigration. The universally-acknowledged “King of the Gypsies” lived in Los Angeles for many years. He was the King of every Gypsy on this planet. His address was published in the newspapers and I, as a taxi driver, knew exactly where he lived. It was hard to miss the place, as it had two giant crouching lions, made of stone, one on each side of the walkway leading up to his house. One evening, I picked up a Gypsy woman, at the airport, who had a little girl with her. She was confused and didn’t know where to go. I solved the problem by taking her to see the King of the Gypsies. She went up, knocked on the door, spoke to the King, who gave her a slip of paper on which he had written an address. She returned to my cab, gave me the address, I took her there, and everything was OK. She was a nice lady but, of course, she tried to “gyp” me.

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    • vikinglifeblog · September 20, 2019

      I did not know, that they have a universally-acknowledged “King of the Gypsies”. When I come to think of it, it is not that surpricing. I have seen in the news, that some heads of (crime) families have built big houses back home in Romania or something. There hole race is similar to a marfia or jews.

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      • Tar Baby · September 20, 2019

        This particular King was only about 18 years old when he became the King. He lived in a very modest house, with the exception of the crouching lions, in a rather “middle-class” section of South-Central Los Angeles. It was a predominantly black area, in the LAPD’s Newton Street Division. It was known as “Shootin’ Newton.”

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    • vikinglifeblog · September 20, 2019

      Maybe he too, build a big house back home. To avoid scrutiny from the US authorities.

      “Shootin’ Newton.”
      As I understand, blacks shoots a lot, but aims poorly.

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