Again suspicion against Caloh Wagoh: ‘If I know which car, it will be ready’

Justice has added a murder plan to the list of suspicions against motorcycle club Caloh Wagoh. It concerns a plan to murder the Amstelveen criminal Ahmet G. The case has since grown into one of the largest liquidation investigations in history.

The liquidation lawsuit against the gang has now revolved around five murders and plotting a further ten murders, including the recently added case. This time it concerns a plan to murder the Amstelveen criminal Ahmet G. At the beginning of February, the police arrested a suspect in the new investigation, according to documents that this news site has seen.

Much of the evidence in the motorcycle club trial stems from secret chat conversations that Caloh Wagoh president ‘Keylow’ had with clients and executors, then filmed and saved on his phone. According to the judiciary, Ridouan Taghi, the main suspect in Marengo, is the main client of the motorcycle club.

‘We almost had this one’

The investigation into the plan to murder the Amstelveen criminal Ahmet G. (57) started at the end of December 2020. The chat conversations of the Caloh Wagoh president play a leading role in the investigation that goes by the name ‘Bullfinch’. On September 23 and 24, 2018 he chats with someone who calls himself ‘Dogtulip’ and asks information about Ahmet G. Keylow writes that he already has a lot of information about the target. ‘House we already have. Now only car and cafe exactly (…) If I know which car, it will be ready. Because he leaves early. If I know the car, they’ll be on the bus next to it. ‘ And he writes that Ahmet G. has already escaped an attack once. “We almost had this one.”

Ahmet G. is a criminal of Turkish descent who was sentenced to 33 months in prison in February this year for membership in a criminal organization, laundering tons of euros and forgery. In criminal circles he is seen as a large and dangerous drug trafficker.

The police now thinks that a murder squad was on their way to liquidate G. on August 1, 2018. Information about this came in via the TCI, the intelligence service of the police. He received the tip after Ahmet G. was shot in his home by an as yet unknown man, where his daughter was also hit. This attack is separate from the Eris investigation and does not play a role in this investigation. 52-year-old Robert R. is a member of MC Caloh Wagoh. He has previously made an attempt to liquidate this intended victim. He wanted to use a Scorpion for this. This then failed. That day R. was stopped by the police and he had a Scorpion with him ‘, is the tip.

Machine gun in the trunk

When the police declines that tip, R. appears to have been arrested on August 1, 2018. R. drives that day together with Jack S., also a member of Caloh Wagoh and Roziena A. in a stolen BMW on the A4 from The Hague. The car is noticed by the police because of false license plates. When the police stop them and check the car, the officers find a bag in the trunk containing a Scorpion, a machine gun. There are also twenty cartridges and a silencer in the bag, on which the three are held. But because the police still do not have sufficient information and no openness is given during interrogations, it remains unclear what they intended to do.

By linking the information from the chat conversations and the 2018 investigation, the police now designates Keylow and the three others as suspects. But the police have now also come across other indications that the three actually intended to liquidate G. in August 2018. For example, G.’s address was in a BMW and the police found photos of the surroundings of the target’s home on the phones of one of the suspects. Research shows that those photos were taken in July 2018, which indicates that preliminary reconnaissance may have been carried out.

Witness threatened

On February 3, 2021, Roziena I. is arrested, the three other suspects have been imprisoned for a long time because of other murder suspicions within the Eris investigation. Roziena tells the police that she has been to Amstelveen several times with Robert R. and Jack S. This Jack S. would have become angry when he saw the police car coming after them. And he threatened me, she says. If Roziena told the police that they had been to Amstelveen more often, she would never see her son again. Other members of the motorcycle club would also have made threats. Members of the club reportedly visited her home and threatened to kidnap her brother.

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