December 10, 2018

RAT ROD RUMBLE, 45th Annual Daytona Turkey Run 2018, Crazy Amazing Vehicles


Is Backroad Biker Adventures an Ex-Cop?



Breaking news: Avowed white supremacist and outspoken critic of MC culture, protocol and lifestyles, Chuckie Cheese the Desert "RAT" Jines has allegedly listed his ex-occupation as campus police on his personal Facebook page as was sent to us by an anonymous source a couple of days ago. We have not independently verified the veracity of this alleged page yet, but it doesn't portend well for the outspoken YouTuber.

Frykter denne mannen starter beryktet MC-klubb når han slipper ut


Den 34 år gamle mannen lener seg over rekkverket. På hver side står personer ikledd vester tilhørende MC-klubben Satudarah. I bakgrunnen er en rekke personer som tidligere i år var samlet på Linderud senter i Oslo. Bildet har tidligere ligget ute på 34-åringens Facebook-profil. Foto: Privat

I lang tid har den nederlandske MC-klubben Satudarah jobbet for å opprette en avdeling i Oslo. Den har allerede en avdeling i Rogaland.

Klubben, som nylig ble forbudt med lov i Nederland, er i andre land kjent for å omsette narkotika, for å være svært voldelig, og for å følge et eget sett med lover og regler.

I Oslo politidistrikts trendrapport fra april fremgår det at de frykter Satudarah. De mener at en etablering kan føre til voldelige konflikter mellom MC-klubben og andre kriminelle grupperinger på Østlandet. Politiet mener at en 34-åring fra Oslo lenge har vært utpekt som lederen av Satudarahs Oslo-fraksjon. I februar la mannen ut et bilde på sosiale medier der han poserer sammen med en stor gruppe ungdommer på Linderud senter i Oslo.

Helt fremst i bildet står mannen sammen med tre menn som er iført klær med Satudarahs logo.

– Tatt på grunn av bildet

34-åringen selv nekter enhver befatning med MC-klubben. TV 2 var til stede i retten da han ble varetektsfengslet 8. juni i år.
– Jeg er pågrepet på bakgrunn av det bildet, sa han og fortsatte:
– Da jeg ble løslatt i januar holdt vi en liten fest med venner. På den middagen var 150 personer samlet, og mange av disse er ikke kriminelle, men det var tre personer fra Satudarah til stede, forklarte han i vitneboksen.

Begrunnelsen for varetektsfengslingen var ikke 34-åringens påståtte kobling til Satudarah, men en voldssak, bæring av våpen og trusler. Nå er mannen tiltalt for disse forholdene. Rettssaken begynner i Oslo tingrett på mandag, og det er satt av fem dager.

Vold og trusler

Den mest alvorlige hendelsen som beskrives i tiltalen skal ha skjedd i Oslo natt til 25. mars i år.

Tiltalte skal sammen med tre andre personer ha utøvd grov vold mot to personer. Ifølge tiltalen ble det brukt en jernstang i voldsutøvelsen. 34-åringen skal også ha kommet med alvorlige trusler mot de to fornærmede. Mannen er i tillegg anklaget for tilfeller av trusler mot en politibetjent og en politiadvokat. Politiet mener også å kunne føre bevis for at 34-åringen har utført bedragerier mot to banker og for at han ved to anledninger forsøkte å kjøpe narkotika.
– Saken skal behandles i retten. Jeg ønsker ikke å gå inn på noen betraktninger rundt de tiltalte, utover at de er godt kjent for politiet fra tidligere, sier politiadvokat Mette Persen til TV 2.

Frykter rekruttering

TV 2 vet at politiet har ansett det som viktig å holde 34-åringen borte fra gata. De har fått rettens medhold i å holde ham varetektsfengslet fra juni frem til mandagens rettssak.

Årsaken skal være at politiet frykter at Satudarah Oslo vil bli etablert straks 34-åringen kommer ut. Samtidig kan ingen kilder TV 2 snakker med utelukke at det er pekt ut andre potensielle ledere ettersom han har sittet lenge i varetekt.

Hovedpersonen selv har tidligere sagt at politiet tar feil og at han ikke kan kobles til MC-klubben.
– Jeg ser ingen grunn til å kommentere dette, sier 34-åringens advokat Trygve Staff.

– Hva tenker du om at han ikke er tiltalt for organisert kriminalitet?
– Jeg har mange synspunkter på det, men jeg ønsker foreløpig ikke å kommentere saken, sier Staff.

Prøver å stoppe klubben

TV 2 er kjent med at politiet de siste månedene har gjort tiltak for å hindre at Satudarah slår rot i hovedstaden. De har en oversikt over navn som de mener er sentrale i etableringen. Flere av disse er godt kjente i det kriminelle miljøet.

Politiet frykter også at Satudarah vil rekruttere ungdommer til kriminell aktivitet. Sjefen for avdelingen for Spesielle Operasjoner i Oslo politidistrikt, Anders Rasch-Olsen, ønsker ikke å kommentere TV 2s opplysninger eller forhold rundt enkeltpersoner, men han sier følgende på generelt grunnlag:
SO-SJEFEN: Anders Rasch-Olsen i Oslo politidistrikt. (Foto: TV 2)
SO-SJEFEN: Anders Rasch-Olsen i Oslo politidistrikt. (Foto: TV 2)

– Det er riktig at vi følger tett med på miljøet for å hindre en etablering av MC-klubben i Oslo.
Her løsnes skuddene på åpen gate i Oslo







Norway - TV2.

December 09, 2018

Former Hells Angel says illegal activity was discussed at Toronto Clubhouse



A former member of the Hells Angels who is testifying in a case involving three of the group’s B.C. clubhouses says illegal activity was discussed at the Toronto clubhouse he attended.

Trio arrested in Brockville in connection with biker-gang activity

BROCKVILLE – Brockville police and counterparts from other agencies on Thursday arrested three men in connection with activities of the Outlaws motorcycle gang.

Thomas Bell, Norman Cranshaw Rosbottom and his son, Norman Stanley Rosbottom face charges including kidnapping, robbery, assault with a weapon, assault and two other offences relating to organized crime groups, police said.

Brockville police officers, with help from the Ontario Provincial Police Biker Enforcement Unit, the Belleville Police Service and Kingston Police Service, executed search warrants at two Brockville residences, police said Friday.

During the raids, police said, officers seized items including Dead Eyes Outlaw Motorcycle Gang vests, clothing and related paraphernalia, documents supporting involvement in a criminal organization, a small quantity of cocaine, cellphones, clothing “worn during commission of offences” and a 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix.
“This investigation is ongoing with potentially more arrests and charges forthcoming,” Brockville police said in a media release.

The offences all happened here, Brockville Police Staff Sgt. Tom Fournier said.
“They happened in the city of Brockville, I would say, from early summer on until (Thursday),”

Fournier said. “It’s got to do with the gang activity.”
Brockville police work in conjunction with other area forces because biker gangs are constantly on the move, Fournier added.

City police have been aware of the Outlaws in the area for nearly two years, but, “over the past summer, there’s been a drastic increase” in their activity, he said.



This was the Brockville police force’s second biker gang raid this fall.
In September, police arrested two other people in connection with drug and weapons offences with biker gang links.

Four other people were initially sought after that raid, but all eventually turned themselves in to police in Brockville and Kingston.


Email. mc&gjengkriminalitet@tbmscandinavia.com
Brockville police and the OPP biker unit on Friday urged citizens “not to support organized criminal activity, including seemingly harmless activities like purchasing support gear or participating in charitable activities organized by these groups.”
“The presence of Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs (OMGs) in any community should be a concern,” a joint police statement added. “Citizens should minimize contact with gang members and report any OMG activity to police in their jurisdiction.”


Canada - BNN.



Police task force raids Hells Angels headquarters in Trois-Rivières

More than 60 police officers working as part of a united police task force were involved.
More than 60 police officers working as part of a united police task force raided the headquarters of the Trois-Rivières chapter of the Hells Angels on Friday night.

The operation took place in St-Cuthbert in the Lanaudière region. Officers from the Sûreté du Québec, RCMP, Montreal police and regional police were involved.

The raids were conducted as part of a continuing investigation, so no details regarding possible seizures are being released at this point, said Sgt. Claude Denis of the SQ. No arrests were made.

The task force, Escouade nationale de répression du crime organisé, was created last year to combat the Hells Angels biker gang and other organized crime groups.


Canada - BNN.

December 08, 2018

An inside look at the founder of Satan's Choice Motorcycle Club


Prison visit with former Quebec Hells Angels Boss Maurice "Mom" Boucher



Here is a portion of former Hells Angels Motorcycle Club boss Maurice "Mom" Boucher talking to his daughter, during her visit to see him behind bars, on July 11, 2015. It was presented in court as a formal exhibit to support charges against him and ordered released. They were talking in French. En français.

Hells Angels MC Westcoast - Don't F*ck with us or we come to you.


Biker's Wife in Hospice/Final Days


Comancheros bikie extradited to Qld to face strangulation charges

Arrest


A Comancheros OMCG member has today been extradited from Canberra to Queensland to face charges of strangulation.

Members of State Crime Command’s Organised Crime Gangs Group travelled to Canberra and applied for the man’s extradition in ACT Magistrates Court.

The 28-year-old is facing two charges of strangulation and one count of breaching a domestic violence order.

Australia - MYGC.


FBI Investigating Biker Gang in Augusta County

AUGUSTA COUNTY, Va. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is looking into one of the biker clubs the Augusta County Sheriff's Office says took part in a shooting and beating that happened in September.

NBC29 obtained unsealed search warrants for a cell phone, and a white van with New York plates.
The search warrant appears to show the FBI building a racketeering case against members of the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club.

Several Hells Angels members are accused of attacking a rival bike group called Pagan's Motorcycle Club outside the Hometown Inn in Greenville.


A grand jury indicted five men in October, and two of them are now facing charges of attempted first-degree murder.


USA - NBC29



UN Associate gunned down in Mexico



Kim Bolan is reporting that the police say a UN Associate was gunned down in Mexico Wednesday afternoon. Two Hells Angels associates were gunned down in Mexico earlier this summer.

Robby Alkhalil's brother Nabil Alkhalil who sold drugs for the Hells Angels along with Larry Amero was killed in August along with Guiseppe Bugge who police say is a Hells Angels associate. The police say.... the police say.... We know what the police say and we know who speaks for the police.

We want to know what the police don't say and who will speak to that.

Khalil Alkhalil was shot dead in Surrey back in 2001 over a drug debt when he was 19. Mahmound Alkhalil was shot dead in the Loft six shooting back in 2003 when he was also 19. Nabil Alkhalil was shot dead last August and Robby Alkhalil, Larry Amero's drug dealing pal, is on trial for murder. Not a very good prognosis for the Alkhalil family.

Larry Amero's friends tend to get shot: Randy Naicker, Jonathan Bacon and Jeremy Bettan. 


Canada - GO/DW.

December 07, 2018

Forever young - Audra Mae


Resolved! John the "Black" Dragon backs out of debate with Chuck Jines


3 members of outlaw motorcycle gang indicted for beating, robbing Abilene man

ABILENE, Texas — Three members of an outlaw motorcycle gang accused of robbing and beating an Abilene man were indicted Thursday.

Daniel Aragon Machado, 36, of Abilene, Justin Nathaniel Aldava, 23, of Abilene and Jesse Lee Trevino, 34, of Merkel, were indicted for aggravated robbery, robbery and engaging in organized criminal activity.

Van West Robinson -- a member of the Kinfolk Motorcycle Club -- rode past the Bandidos' clubhouse in the 1300 block of Butternut Street on July 25.

According to the indictment, Machado, Aldava and Trevino followed Robinson and tried to kick him off his motorcycle.

They eventually cut him off and surrounded Robinson.
Robinson pulled out a gun and held it at his side. Robinson said Machado yelled "There are 30 more people coming to get you."

The men also shouted "You can't disrespect the Bandidos!," "This is our turf!," and "We're going to shut you up like we shut Dusty up!," according to the indictment.

Wesley Dale Mason, a former Bandido, is charged with his murder.
Worried that they were going to kill him, Robinson said he holstered his pistol and got on his bike to leave. But Trevino tackled him off the bike and onto the ground.

According to the indictment, Robinson was kicked numerous times in the head, upper shoulder, back, chest, and stomach. as well as kicked and stomped in his hips and knees.

Robinson said he was also punched "numerous times as they held onto his beard."
According to the indictment, Machado, Aldava and Trevino tore off Robinson's Kinfolk Motorcycle Club cut and left. Robinson said Aldava ran over him on the way out. Robinson's gun and cell phone were in the cut.


USA - BNN.

Bikie killer sentenced to death in Thailand to be released after just three years


An Australian kickboxer convicted of the murder of a Hells Angels drug trafficker is expected to be released from jail today, despite an ongoing appeal (link is external).
 
Antonio Bagnato was convicted of the 2015 murder of Hells Angels boss Wayne Schneider and sentenced in February last year to the death penalty (link is external).

The former kickboxer was the bodyguard of Mr Schneider, who was kidnapped and bludgeoned to death (link is external) near the resort town of Pattaya.


A staff member at Bangkwang Prison, where Bagnato is being held, told the ABC that he would be released on Friday.
"Yes, there is [a] court order to release him," said the official, who did not give his name.

The prison official said Thai police planned to re-arrest Bagnato immediately on separate charges.
"He has a pending charge and will not walk out — police will come to take him from prison to police station," the prison official told the ABC.
The brutal murder of the bikie boss is believed to be linked to a wider criminal network smuggling methamphetamines from Thailand to Australia (link is external).

In 2015, Australian Luke Cook was convicted of helping Bagnato (link is external) flee to Cambodia (link is external) after Wayne Schneider's murder.

Last month Cook and his Thai partner Kanyarat Wechapitak were sentenced to the death penalty (link is external) for smuggling 500 kilograms of crystal methamphetamine, also known as ice.

The Bangkok Post quoted Police Lieutenant General Sommai Kongwisaisuk as saying the couple bought the drugs from a Chinese supplier in international waters and stored it aboard a boat.

Police said that while the boat was heading back to shore in the Sattahip district of Chon Buri province, they encountered a patrol boat and dropped the drugs into the sea before escaping.

More than 50 kilograms of ice later washed ashore at a beach in Rayong.
American Tyler Gerard was also convicted of being involved in the smuggling plot and was last month sentenced to death.

Gerard previously stood trial alongside Bagnato and received a three-year sentence for deprivation of liberty and helping to dispose of Wayne Schneider's body (link is external).

Thai police used the GPS tracker on a rented vehicle used in the crime to identify the gravesite.


Thailand - BNN.