The police believe that a notorious rogue was shot outside a kinky club under the command of a notorious Scottish drug gang.
The 49-year-old journalist Martin Cork was shot dead on December 8, 2016. Just a few hours later, he was shot half-naked in a semi-naked Amsterdam dungeon.
The Dutch murder detective traveled to Scotland to ask the local police about the Escalade action – an investigation into a criminal group believed to be behind the Kok death.
The action resulted in the group’s nine members being held for 87 years.
They believe that the double killer Cork is executed according to the orders of two Glasgow-born gangsters – they cannot be named for legal reasons.
The head of organized crime and counter-terrorism, detective director Gerry McLean told the Daily Record: “I can’t comment on any on-site investigation.
“However, this year’s conviction and sentencing of individuals involved in Escalade criminal groups is important in undermining their illegal business, which operates at a truly international level.
“Although we continue to investigate larger networks, I cannot underestimate the value of working with a range of European partners.”
Kok – his coffin was carried by several fascinating models – turned to writing after 15 years in prison.
Due to his internal knowledge, network and fearless attitude, he specializes in criminal struggles.
His criminal blog is one of the most popular blogs in the Netherlands, and past writers say “he knows he is the target of criminals because of his story.”
There have been attempts at Cork’s life – including a shooting incident that failed that night.
In 2015, two rogues slapped bullets in his car while sleeping in his house.