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Black Cobra is one of the largest immigrant street gangs in Denmark and is represented in most major Danish cities, with approximately 100 members. The gang is also active in Sweden, having established itself in the Malmö district Rosengård and the Stockholm suburbs of Tensta, Rissne and Rinkeby. They also control a youth gang called the Black Scorpions. They are involved in drug trafficking, extortion and murder. The police describe Black Cobra as a loose network composed of strong leadership figures. The Black Cobra was founded in Roskilde in the year 2000. In March 2009, members of the Black Cobra were arrested in Malmö for extorting a company for protection money and trafficking illegal drugs. Black Cobra members wear black and white shirts with an emblem on the back of a cobra in attack position. The shirts also have Black Cobra written on them, above the emblem in Old English-style writing.
In March 2012, when no-one was looking, criminals with connections to the Black Cobra were responsible for stealing 120 boxes of cakes from from a truck belonging to Godbiten, an Åstorp-based firm specialising in the production of traditional Swedish cakes and buns in Southern Sweden. 120. Which is as many as twelve tens. And that's terrible.