The German accuser says Hells Angels left Mallorca in 2011

A German man accused of organized criminal activities while driving the Mallorca branch of the Hells Angels motorcycle club more than a decade ago testified in a Spanish court on Tuesday.

Frank Honeybutt, 58, is on trial along with dozens of branch members and alleged collaborators after 34 other defendants entered a plea deal on the first day of hearings Monday at the Madrid Supreme Court.

He denied any professional relationship with the co-defendants.

Honeypot also denied living in Majorca from 2011 to 2013, when prosecutors said the group operated on the Spanish resort island, and said he only went there for summer vacation and a friend’s birthday. Honeybutt said the Hells Angels were present in Majorca from November 2009 to February 2011.

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A German man has been charged with organized criminal activities while driving the Mallorca branch of the Hells Angels motorcycle club.

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He denied owning a large property in Majorca on which the police found weapons and documents, or any other real country in Spain.

Spanish prosecutors charged Honeybut with membership in a criminal organization, money laundering and illegal possession of firearms. They are asking for 13 years in prison and a $4.9 million fine for money laundering.

Prosecutors allege that Honeybutt appointed members who committed crimes including extortion, sexual exploitation and robbery at popular tourist sites. They said the group has also moved into properties in Majorca and the nearby island of Ibiza.

The trial is expected to last several days.

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