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Police crackdown motorbike gangs in regards to the murder case

Law enforcement in Pattaya successfully carried out an operation against the famed “Outlaws” biker gang as part of a broad crackdown on international crime. The organization has been recognized as a significant participant in criminal activity with ties to the horrifying murder of German industrialist Hans Peter Mack. Key players were captured as a result of the subsequent operation under the direction of Deputy National Police Chief Pol. Gen. Surachate Hakparn.

In the Chonburi provincial city of Pattaya, a news conference on July 21, 2023, announced a significant triumph over organized crime. Following connections with Olaf Brinkmann, the “Outlaws” gang, noted for its wide international membership and illegal operations, came under scrutiny. In the horrifying Mack murder, where Mack’s mutilated body was stashed in a freezer in Chonburi’s Banglamung area, Brinkmann is held responsible as the mastermind.

The main objective of this operation was Thomas Ginner, who was designated as the ‘Outlaws’ leader. A Harley Davidson motorcycle and other personal goods associated with the Outlaw gang were among the things seized from Ginner. Ginner acknowledged his position as the gang’s commander but denied any involvement in the Hans Peter Mack investigation or any associations with Brinkmann.

Despite his denials, a search of Ginner’s home turned up signs that indicated he was preparing to leave the country, which increased the police’s concern about his alleged criminal involvements. Along with Ginner, three foreigners who were connected to the “Outlaws” were also detained. German-born Danny Rohde, American Daniel Thomas Toth, and Swiss national Theodor Matis were detained in a Pattaya home on suspicion of overstaying their visas and entering the country unlawfully.

During the operation, four motorcycles and illegal substances discovered in Rohde’s hands were seized.Surachate said, stating, “Officials are revoking the visas of all the arrested suspects and are set to deport them from the Kingdom.” A blacklist will also be created for those involved, thereby preventing them from reentering Thailand.

Additional inquiries are being conducted as part of the operation to make sure that any foreign members engaged with the prohibited club, whether through visa breaches or alleged criminal acts, are held accountable.


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