Saturday, December 27, 2014
Somali gangsters are flooding Scotland’s streets with deadly crack cocaine
One outfit from the war-torm African nation call themselves the G-Star gang. The violent African mob - armed with bayonets - peddle misery to hopeless addicts desperate for a fix. The African immigrant thugs arrived in Scotland via London a couple of years ago and quickly built their £1 million-a-year drug empire. Violent Somali gangsters have been battling for control of the lucrative drugs trade in every major city in Britain. They specialize in selling highly-addictive crack cocaine - a freebase form of cocaine which is smoked by users. It’s usually at least 75% pure. Regular cocaine seized by police has been as low as 8% when tested for purity. The G-Star gang are only one of a number of African crime gangs in Scotland. Earlier in 2014, three Somali drug dealers were jailed for a machine gun killing of a rival in Edinburgh. Mohamud Mohamud, 30, Cadil Huseen, 23, and Hussein Ali, 26, were jailed for a minimum of 25 years each for murdering Mohammed Abdi, 25. All four had been part of a Somali drug syndicate. Police Scotland’s deputy chief constable Iain Livingstone revealed recently that almost one in 10 incidents involved immigrants.