Dubai - Head of Dutch 'killing machine' Taghi flown home from Dubai

Dubai - Head of Dutch 'killing machine' Taghi flown home from Dubai
Dubai - Head of Dutch 'killing machine' Taghi flown home from Dubai

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Aden - Yasmine El Tohamy - One of the Netherlands' most-wanted fugitives, the alleged leader of a crime organization that prosecutors described as an 'oiled killing machine,' is back in the country after Dutch police picked him up in Dubai, authorities said Thursday.

Ridouan Taghi, who had been on the run for years until his arrest in Dubai on Monday, now faces trial for allegedly ordering a string of gangland slayings and attempted hits.

Prosecutors accuse Taghi, 41, in the murders of five people, including career criminals and a crime blogger.

"For security reasons, he was flown to the Netherlands by chartered plane with a police escort," prosecutors said in a statement.

The trial of Taghi and his alleged partner, Said Razzouki, already started with neither man there and is set to continue on February 27.

Razzouki is still on the run.

The case rose to international prominence earlier this year when the lawyer for a trial witness - an alleged hit man who agreed to testify in exchange for a lighter sentence - was shot dead in Amsterdam.

The September slaying of lawyer Derk Wiersum sparked outrage in the Netherlands and led to calls for a tougher crackdown on organized crime.

Taghi has not been charged with involvement in Wiersum's death.

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