In the last episode, we saw that in 2014, Gwenette Martha and Samir Scarface were eliminated under very suspicious circumstances. It is more than likely that Najib Ziggy Himmich has played a role in both of their cases. His eagerness to become the top dog will come at great costs and will have you questioning whether it was worth it or not. At this point, tensions are so high and so many involved are becoming paranoid, eliminations are taking place as a preventative measure. It is becoming clear that they rather eliminate someone just in case, as it means there is one less potential problem to worry about. Nobody is safe, not even 9000 kilometers away from Amsterdam…
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