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The US's organized criminal threat no longer comes from the La Cosa Nostra. Transnational groups, primarily Russian Organized Crime, have risen to the top. These groups have the ability to import and export crime to every corner of the world with ease. As governments realize that these Transnational groups pose a larger threat to their safety than terrorism, the focus, along with the spending will be redirected. Hopefully the nations of the world will realize this before they become completely entrenched.

26 October 2010

Russian mafia in Warsaw gets new boss

Pieter A. alias Petya, has become the new boss of Russian mafia in Warsaw, claims the Central Investigation Bureau.
Petya is a Russian gangster thought to be cooperating with the infamous Solntsevskaya Bratva gang – known as ‘the Brotherhood’ – one of the most powerful organized crime organizations in Russia.
Thw Russians are thought to have moved into the capital after Warsaw organized crime groups – centred in the Pruszkow, Wolomin, Marki, Zoliborz and Mokotow districts – were broken up by the police.
Gangsters who remained at large joined Petya or pay him for permission to operate in Warsaw.
Former FBI Special Agent Bob Levinson once called the Russian mafia “the most dangerous people on earth.”
The group is thought to be involved in drug trafficking, arms trafficking, extortion, robbery, execution of debts.

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