The National Police Unit told De Telegraaf and the crime program on Monday Crime Desk let them know. It is the first time that a targeted search is made for the Amsterdam woman, who disappeared without a trace in October 2019. The police and the judiciary assume that Jillal (52) is no longer alive. Pictures have surfaced in the criminal circuit that would show that the woman nicknamed ‘Aunt’ is no longer alive.
‘Cokemadame’ Jillal figured in several large investigations around the smuggling of many tons of cocaine. She worked with leaders such as Roger ‘Piet Costa’ P., the main suspect in the case surrounding the torture containers in Brabant, and Mustapha ‘Moes’ F. The latter was Taghi’s main opponent and has been detained in Morocco since the end of 2017.
The police say that ‘police information’ put the police on the track of the shed. The property is located in the Antwerp port area. “We did a thorough search here with dogs from the Belgian and Dutch police and partly excavated the ground. The soil is now being carefully analyzed, ”said police spokesman Thomas Aling. The police are now also trying to find out if the handbag and clothing belong to the missing Jillal. They were found underground.
De Telegraaf’s own research shows that in April last year a gigantic batch of 4100 kilos of cocaine was found in the shed where the search was now being carried out. In the criminal circuit, a connection is made between the party and Jos L. (29). It is known in the criminal environment as ‘Bolle Josje’, ‘Holly’, ‘Josje Breda’ and ‘El Presidente’.
Jos L. is said to operate from Dubai and be a major player in the cocaine world. He would be very violent. In the Eris liquidation investigation, L. is associated with two liquidations, namely that of the Belgian Stefaan Bogaerts (55) in Spijkenisse in September 2017 and the Belgian Samir El. B. He was a ‘taker’ who smuggled coke from the port in Antwerp and was liquidated in Rotterdam three months after Bogaerts. Jos L. is said to have very good contacts in the port of Antwerp. Jos L.’s lawyer previously emphasized to this newspaper that L. has never been designated as a suspect in these cases.
At the beginning of this month, the police announced that they are investigating the role of one ‘Bolle Jos’ in Jillal’s disappearance case. This newspaper then reported that it was Jos L. The police will now say nothing about the link between the cocaine capture in the shed and the investigation into Jillal.
Deck cargo of fish
The 4100 kilo lot that was seized on Haïfastraat in Antwerp in April last year had a street value of 200 million euros and was hidden in a container with a deck cargo of fish. The container was driven directly to the shed instead of first to the scanner.
The police arrested fourteen mainly Dutch suspects. Some drove around the container and were heavily armed. The party would have been funded by several leaders from the criminal circuit.