"Shadow on Poland" Hooligan Nation Rules All

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"Shadow on Poland" Hooligan Nation Rules All

Unread postby Samson28 » July 13th, 2017, 8:00 pm

http://warszawa.onet.pl/maciej-dobrowolski-na-wolnosci-ta-sprawa-to-cien-na-polsce/5x45zk6

This guy did over 30 months for being part of the greatest movement since ancient Sparta on planet earth currently and he still is thriving and like a soldier has held his head up and is out now.

Maciek Dobrowolski, a supporter of the Legion, after 40 months in detention without trial, finally came out into the wild. Warsaw Court of Appeal decided that the process that takes place in his case, may correspond with the free foot. He had only paid 50 thousand. zł deposit and no police supervision. - This thing is one big scandal. I will fight for justice repair - says Maciej Onetowi.
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Maciek was released yesterday evening. - On the one hand, a great joy that finally let me go and emotion that so many people helped me, and it really is thanks to the regained freedom. On the other hand, it is mixed with indignation that ripped me three years and four months of life for nothing, on the basis of mere accusations. It is sad that in Poland can be a man just like that to stop, put behind bars and keep, as much as he wants. This flaw in our system of justice. This case is a shadow on Poland. Now I will fight to repair the system and compensation for breaking a piece of my life - says Maciej Onetowi.

The case Maciek Dobrowolski, fans of Legia Warsaw, wrote in Onet several times. 37-year-old for more than three years, and exactly 40 months spent behind bars without trial. He went there because "repentant" criminals, with the status of a crown witness, pointed to him as a participant in drug smuggling. Except that there is no evidence for this. These are only accusations from a man of dubious reputation and credibility.

Yesterday Warsaw Court of Appeal decided that there is no need for detention against him because of evidence in his case ended. The court held that Maciek may correspond with the free foot in the process in which he is accused. He appointed 50 thousand. zł bail, which his closest paid yesterday. 37-year-old also has police supervision - must be put at the police twice a week.

Maciek issue alive for many months environment not only fans of Legia Warsaw, but also other football clubs throughout the country, and even abroad. Bulwersowała It is moreover not only fans but also people that football and sports have nothing to do. On many matches and events popping up banners with the inscription "Maciek 3m" and "# UwolnićMaćka." Interceded for him many famous people, such as, among others, Zbigniew Boniek, Artur Boruc or musician Kazik Staszewski. In recent times, when sitting for more than three years in detention without trial, the man was getting louder and louder, he intervened in his case include Citizens Ombudsman and Supreme Bar Council, and even the Attorney General and the Office of the President of Poland.

It all started in the spring of 2012. 34-year-old Maciek Dobrowolski was glad that finally in Poland will be a great sports festival - the European Championships in football. Already she is preparing for the match at the National Stadium to cheer for our representation. Maciek kocha football. And especially your team - Legia Warsaw. However, it does not fit the stereotype in society grated fan, wyrywającego caster chairs and stones at police. It is quiet, inoffensive, it is always important for him football spectacle, not a brawl outside the stadium.

In an environment kibicowskim it was quite well-known, mainly because they actively work in favor of his club. He worked in the editorial staff of "Our Legion", writing articles and reports, organized trips, he was the co-organizer of "match of friendship" in 2010. Between the capital club and the Dutch ADO then Haag, the proceeds of which were provided to the Wojtek supporter of the Legion, suffering from sarcoidosis. It's the game Maciek invited the Dutch to each other. He drove. Then there was a few times. Colleagues willingly rode with him, because he knew fluent English and helped arrange accommodation. It is possible that this is what contributed to his later troubles.

Maciek graduated related advertising. Every day he worked in a large development company. He stacks a life both professional and private. He had many friends, and after Euro szykowało even bigger celebration. In September 2012 Maciek had to get married. Everything was already prepared: room reserved for invited guests, his chosen one had not even dress. Unfortunately, the marriage did not happen.

Stopped just before the Euro

May 28, 2012, when Maciek fiancée slept in his apartment in Mokotów, in the chair. 6 in the morning came up to him, police antiterrorists. They pulled him out of bed and Skuli handcuffs. They ransacked the whole house, but found nothing that would be associated with illegal activities, by which, as it turned out, was suspected. Maciek had only a dress, after which he was put into a police car and taken to the "hole".

It turned out that Maciek is suspected of drug-related offenses. He heard the charge of "participation in intra-smuggling marijuana" - from the Netherlands to Polish. This threatens to 15 years in prison. The practice, which allegedly had taken part, lasted more than a year. Its participants had at that time to carry across the border close to 700 kilograms of marijuana.

As it turned out, his colleagues, "poured" Mark H. ps. "Hanior." But the man known as stadiums and hoodlum drug dealer, acquired the status of a crown witness and hatred ... in the stands. "Hanior" testified that he also participated in the infringement Maciek. He had to act as interpreter during the transaction. Maciek admitted that he knew Mark H., mainly because of the fact that he also turned in the environment kibicowskim. He admitted that he was with him in the Netherlands, but not for criminal purposes, only because the Legion he was responsible for contacts with the local football club. He also assured that he never took part in the smuggling of drugs, not mediate in it, nor was the translator of the transaction.

- From the beginning, he claimed to be innocent. I know him, it's my son and I know he would never do anything like that. It's a really good guy, always kept away from brawls, hooliganism and unclear situation. Despite this, during the first vision in custody I asked if he did, whether smuggled drugs. Looking me straight in the eye, he said he did not. I breathed. I believe him. However, it is not even about that, or is guilty or not. He's not from anything repealed, it shall provide the clarification, does everything they want, and they still keep him there. For what? Why? Let us would give a son. As I left, Maciek said, "Dad, do something, get me out" ... - he told us in May, Jerzy Dobrowolski, the father of Maciek.

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However, the court did not believe the fan translations. At the beginning he arrested him for three months. Then the prolonged detention for another month. - Arguments court three years are immutable. They show that if Mr. Maciej stepped out into the wild, may mataczyć obstruct the proceedings and, therefore, that the offense with which the accused is threatened severe penalty. In the same circumstances, the court comes a danger that my client can hide or flee abroad before the end of the process - said Onetowi in May this year Michał Korolczuk, Maciek lawyer.

37-year-old process began in July last year. The problem is, that in connection with charges of smuggling, Maciek name appears next to the people who are bound by the so-called investigators. gang "Casket" - organized an armed group. Therefore, the court assumed that Maciek can also be associated with them. In addition to the allegation of smuggling "hanging" over it so the possibility of prosecution for his action in that an organized group. Here, however, the process does not even begun. Gathering evidence.


And you guys still think we are not on the map and have anything to do with white America lol or the culture there? I am an ultra through and through and put us on the map single handely in cali pens (SNY mind you but still).

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Unread postby Samson28 » July 13th, 2017, 8:03 pm

And you AMerican morons still hold onto the notion they are just fans and not something bigger after all I've shown you before and just read this from the quote above:
As it turned out, his colleagues, "poured" Mark H. ps. "Hanior." But the man known as stadiums and hoodlum drug dealer, acquired the status of a crown witness and hatred ... in the stands. "Hanior" testified that he also participated in the infringement Maciek. He had to act as interpreter during the transaction. Maciek admitted that he knew Mark H., mainly because of the fact that he also turned in the environment kibicowskim. He admitted that he was with him in the Netherlands, but not for criminal purposes, only because the Legion he was responsible for contacts with the local football club. He also assured that he never took part in the smuggling of drugs, not mediate in it, nor was the translator of the transaction.

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Unread postby Samson28 » July 13th, 2017, 8:08 pm

I am catching up on all the action from the Ultras Ive missed the last few years and I see we are still as active as ever (watch from 4:45):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vtL_hPEUCls

Still fuking europe up and all other nations/races.

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Unread postby Samson28 » July 13th, 2017, 8:17 pm

watch from 1:42 to catch up with me on how active the Polish Ultras have been the last few years (Im here now and soon will be on the videos btw as Ive already done some work on some americans in the prisons and am ready to move on away from your filth):


I sh@t on America.

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Unread postby Samson28 » July 13th, 2017, 8:21 pm

One Nation to rule them all. One Race to rule them all. Fuk you white AMerica and coward black.mexican american gang bangers. Ultras Poland one true love 4 Life:


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Unread postby Samson28 » July 13th, 2017, 8:34 pm

ACAB 100% esp against your coward prison guard cops. Come to Poland and see:


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Unread postby Samson28 » July 13th, 2017, 8:38 pm

Thug life Poland for life fuk AMerican cop callers and us prison gang faggot coawards and side attackers. Polish hools for life and fuk your tmz:

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Unread postby Invincible32 » July 15th, 2017, 6:29 am

this is real interesting because it shows a foreigner trying to ask questions and learn about how the ultras train for their battles from a novice perspectives' eyes:
https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/dp5b ... -the-right

Every year, for Poland's National Independence Day, tens of thousands of citizens attend a nationalist march in Warsaw—one of the largest in Europe. Since its inception, a cell of far-right soccer fans—or "ultras"—in attendance have clashed with police, and the demonstration has turned into a ferocious battle between the hooligans and the state.

This year, however, Poland elected a right-wing, socially conservative government on the eve of the march. We went to Warsaw to see how the far right Law and Justice Party would affect the traditionally hostile event.

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https://youtu.be/15w5eslCPcE

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Unread postby Invincible32 » July 31st, 2017, 4:28 am

http://tomykibice.pl/beast-from-the-eas ... -movement/

Increasing aggression among Polish fans was associated with appearance at the stands of “the Gits” subculture. It was a peculiar Polish youth subculture, and its members cultivated violence and spoke prison dialect („the Gits” found no imitators outside Poland).



Since then, the police began a systematic surveillance of football fans society (all of them, not just hooligans), and special units, dealing only with hooligans, were slowly being created. Hooligans descended into underground, and stopped bragging on the internet about their actions. However, in forests, on the streets, on the routes (if there was no police escort), and from time to time also on the terraces, hooligans were still doing their job! There was so many proper rows, that this magazine is too small to mention about all of them! There were, for example, Przemysl derby, held without fans of both teams. In revenge for not letting them into the stadium, Polonia fans put up a huge fight in the city center. Police couldn’t manage to calm the situation, and the brawl stopped only when hooligans lost will to continue this game. Another interesting match is the clash between Motor Lublin and Avia Swidnik – for almost entire game, Motor hooligans were attacking police officers, who protected the away end! There were also other furious fights on the terraces (Lechia Gdańsk-Elana Torun, Elana Torun

Only the last two years have brought some calming of the situation, as police surveillance, supported by the Polish government and football clubs has reached enormous dimensions. Even the special forces, are engaged in this activity – e.g. CBS – Central Bureau of Investigation worked out several firms, including Lech Poznan, Ruch Chorzow and Zawisza Bydgoszcz. Counter-terrorist units made a dawn raids at homes of many hooligans, and everything was filmed by hated by the fans TV station – TVN.
Although the fighting on the terraces or on the streets occur less frequently, from time to time something interesting does happen. Recent, serious rows include huge fight with the police on a –Zawisza-Widzew game in 2010, the final game of Polish Cup, described in the previous issue of “Saturdays Heroes”, a trip of Polish hooligans to Lithuania in 2011 for a Poland game, or a patriotic Independence Day march in Warsaw on 11.11.2011, when all Polish hooligans united against police and there were huge riots on the streets of Warsaw.
Today, in 2012, hooligans are still as strong as they used to be, but they are even more organized (for example – some firms have special funds to help their locked up comrades or to pay the lawyers). It seems that Polish hooligan firms calmed down a little, they will probably wait until Euro 2012 passes by, and look forward to easing the repression by the police. And although hooliganism in a greater extent will never return to the stands of stadiums, it is stories such as those described here, for many more years, will be shooting in the streets and neighborhoods of Polish cities, especially in forest clearings and other such secluded places.

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Unread postby Invincible32 » August 10th, 2017, 2:56 am

Ok, fuk you guys gotta read this again if you think in Poland the ultra hooligan movement is just tied to football and the stands but hasnt took over the entire nation underworld and is wuickly taking over the spots of strete gangs and old mafia groups and powerhouses of Pruszków i Wołomin. These are basically like the hells angels in u.s. but way badder and better at street fighting and anti cop/authority:

http://www.krakowpost.com/8781/2015/02/ ... gan-mafias

Football teams in Poland constitute the most profitable and exposed branch of a multi-tentacled sports hub. In 2013 a group of Wisła Kraków suporters, with the endorsement of their own klub sportowy, was allowed to establish Trenuj Sporty Walki, a special section entirely devoted to combat disciplines including Muay Thai, MMA and K1.

Despite some affinities with self-defence, street-fighting is the result of a deliberate choice. Urban battlers know in advance that they will be involved in a non-regulated confrontation. Potentially, such training is the perfect exercise for all the wannabe contenders in the so-called ustawki, pitched battles by supporters from all over Poland.

The participants of these fixtures, often secretly arranged outdoors some miles away from the stadiums, are expected to respect a number of mutually agreed rules such as the number of participants, age limits, or any possibility of using blunt objects. The participants are usually not reluctant to film and post their deeds on the web.

Nonetheless, the fact that neither Cracovia nor Wisła Kraków are mentioned in the ustawki book list of “Szalikowcy”, a nationally popular fans forum, is all but a bright spot on the map of Polish football: “It would be would be ill-advised to get involved in a confrontation with them. They are unpredictable and wild like loose cannons, ready to stab you at any moment”, explains Zbigniew, a Wrocław supporter who wishes to remain anonymous.

In the past, any klub sportowy worthy of its name required state sponsorship to exist. The revenues from ticket sales and merchandising were irrelevant at that time. Before entering a free-market economy, the bargaining power of supporters thus played no role in the Polish football scene.

Functionaries of Służba Bezpieczeństwa, the security services of the Polish Ministry of Internal Affairs, and ZOMO (military police) officers, who frequented sports clubs all over the country, were also given seats of power in the major clubs. The last president of Wisła Kraków from the communist era was Jerzy Gruba, a former commander of the Milicja Obywatelska in Katowice, officers of which were involved in the Wujek coal mine massacre.

Since its launch, TSW has been managed by Pawel M, also known as ‘Misiek’ or ‘Little Bear,’ considered the chieftain of Wisła Kraków hooligans. Portrayed by pop banalist painter Marcin Maciejowski, Misiek made a name for himself after throwing a knife at the Italian footballer Dino Baggio during an international match in 1999.

A few months before the inauguration of the fight club, ‘Little Bear’ was seen in the company of two other hooligans on the outskirts of Kraków when the police found a stolen machete inside a Porsche Panamera. The luxury car didn’t belong to any of the passengers but had been borrowed.

Every klub sportowy has come to terms with the fact it needs to coexist with the most radical groups of supporters. Sports managers have simply turned a blind eye to the risks of forced cohabitation with the hooligans who are regularly invited to annual team banquets and official Christmas parties.

Meanwhile the football clans have diversified economically and are now specialised in different legitimate and black market sectors. The gangs from the Baltic coast football clubs, for instance, have got their hands into the stolen car market.

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Every hooligan clan is led by a cupola-like body of representatives. Just below the decision-making group are the main special “sections” each with a distinctive area of responsibility. The sekcja artystyczna is accountable for designing banners and flags, whereas sekcja gymnastyczna cranks out the most talented fighters, later recruited by the ustawki for under-20s street fights.

All attempts to infiltrate and disrupt the gangs’ activities has been a failure. In fact, it can occur that those who are meant to be breaking the hooligan rings become involved themselves.

The Police Headquarters Internal Affairs Bureau flushed out a mole in Kraków department last May. Captain Marcin Z. was arrested on suspicion of acting as an informer for Cracovia’s hooligan element. The investigation sprang into action after a number of hooligan roundups inexplicably failed. He was later accused of misusing police databases to manipulate information about football delinquents.

The core activities of sports clubs in Poland are still controlled by their legitimate owners. In spite of that, many hooligan leaders have evolved into facilities managers to expand and legitimise their businesses. The restaurants and retails at clubs are mainly run by football fans in Poland.

In 2008, Polish football morally collapsed under the domino effect of a football match-fixing scandal that became an instant cause célèbre. Only a few clubs from Poland’s top division, the Ekstraklasa, emerged unscathed from corruption charges.

Nonetheless, only a limited number of hooligan firms have managed to penetrate and compete in the market for major contracts. Most of their members go through initiation in petty crime. After building their reputation in the ustawki for their favourite club, football thugs are often hired as bodyguards in night clubs where they start dealing drugs.

Football firms in Poland are indeed getting the lion’s share of their profits from selling narcotics. Drug mules usually import their products from Benelux countries, and the crime of which hooligan supporters are most often accused for is drug trafficking. According to a source from the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBS), it represents 90% of all hooliganism-related criminal cases.

Despite what are often seen as ferocious rivalries, many figures of the Polish underworld are surprisingly eager to form alliances in the name of profit. In April 2014, police discovered a drug factory in a lock-up garage co-run by Cracovia and Wisła Kraków supporters.

According to Polish Football Association President Zbigniew Boniek, the problem has deep roots: “The level of social awareness regarding hooliganism and a sense of responsibility by the relevant authorities are generally low.” In the meantime, there are no signs that the black marks left by Polish firms will cease to expand.


and you still want to come here and bring your gang mentality here lol? youd all perish in an ustawka here.


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