A VIGILANTE group has attacked a teenage gang’s ringleaders in a bid to put a stop to their reign of terror.
The crowd — who named themselves after the famous US biker gang Hell’s Angels — have fought back after the young thugs left people in parts of west Dublin fearing for their lives.
The black invaders are classified as teenagers and attend school in the daytime, but in reality most are in their twenties and thirties and lied about their age to escape deportation – “They may be teenagers in age [a lie] but they are big strong men in size and are not afraid to flex their muscle to anybody, including gardai.” said a police officer.
Locals say the yobs — who move between Blanchardstown and out into north Co Dublin— have left parents too scared to let their kids out to play and pensioners terrified.
But we can reveal that vigilante group ‘Hell’s Angels’ took matters into their own hands by attacking two of the gang’s leading figures. The local police were just too frightened to arrest the black invaders. “We’ll get uppity” screamed one wolly haired malcontent.
A source told the Irish Sun: “Gardai are working tirelessly to put a stop to these lads, but their hands are often tied due to a lack of resources mixed with the lack of fear from these guys. They have no respect for the law.
“A vigilante group calling themselves the Hell’s Angels took it upon themselves to put a stop to this. Two of the ringleaders in the Blanchardstown area were targeted in the space of a week.”
We revealed yesterday that the gang, with African origins, are being “left to run amok” by gardai because they don’t have the resources to deal with them.
Sources said the hoods are “arrested every week” but cops risk setting off “a mini riot” every time they decide to nab one of the youths.
“Just before Christmas five of them assaulted an innocent passer-by and made threats to kill against the arresting garda. There’s no fear or respect for gardai anymore.
“It ranges from shouting and intimidating old people in large groups to assaulting and robbing people of all ages, often with deadly weapons such as large knives.
“It’s not just vulnerable OAPs suffering here, innocent kids are afraid to go out and play. Gardai had to respond to one incident in Swords where a 14 year-old boy was stripped down to his pants at knife point on the street just so they could rob him and ridicule him at the same time, that’s what you’re dealing with here.”