June 30, 2018

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Gangs Who Defied The Mexican Mafia



The Mexican Mafia was known for its brutality, threats, and intimidation, many street gangs had no choice but to pay. However, for those who went on to defy the edict, a bitter end would await them. The defiant were placed on a hit-list called the 'green light'. In no particular order, here are the gangs who defied the Mexican Mafia.

Former Hells Angels leader George Christie acts out life of crime, danger, comradery in play


George Christie talked about his life as the former leader of the notorious motorcycle club, Hells Angels.


George Christie talked about his life as the former leader of the notorious motorcycle club, Hells Angels. Evie Hemphill | St. Louis Public Radio

As a young boy in the ‘50s, George Christie remembers being in awe when he first saw a motorcyclist coming through town on a decorated Harley Davidson wearing a Levi vest with the sleeves cut off.
“That just stuck in my mind,” Christie described to St. Louis on the Air host Don Marsh on Friday’s program, “… [Someone] talking to my father became so upset [at the motorcyclist] and I thought, ‘gee, this is a pretty powerful position [the motorcyclist] is in and he’s not even paying attention to anybody, he’s just minding his business.’”


Christie later went on to become a leader of the notorious Hells Angels Motorcycle Club and remained dedicated up until one day in 2011, when he left the gang after deciding that he would not partake in the many fights the gang was involved with.

“We were fighting every major bike club in the world at the time,” he explained. “Historically, when you run out of people to fight, you turn inward and I said, ‘I don’t want to be here for that.’”


So how does one quit the Hells Angels? Christie said “very carefully.”
Christie shocked fellow club members when he walked into their meeting and announced his decision to quit.
“I took my patch off, folded it up … and the walk to the door to cross that threshold out into the street was the longest walk I ever took,” he said. Upset with Christie’s decision, the motorcycle club banned any members from interacting with Christie.
“I’ve been very cautions. I’m not in fear of my life … I don’t lose any sleep at night but it’s something I think about,” he added.


Since his departure, Christie transitioned to a new career in writing, speaking, promoting concerts and consulting for defense attorneys. Christie portrays his life in the motorcycle gang and beyond in the the solo stage production, "Outlaw."


The play, based on Christie’s television show, “Outlaw Chronicles” and book, “Exile on Front Street,” conveys what motivated Christie to make the life decisions he made.


Despite the life of crime and danger, Christie said he would still do it all again.
“I absolutely would; it’s hard to teach an old dog new tricks I guess,” he added. “When I walked into [motorcycle club] culture, there’s nothing like riding one of those motorcycles you hand built.”


USA - SLPR.

WATCH OUT NORWAY



I Norge har det altid været kendt, at man har mere travlt med, at fortie problemerne fremfor at løse dem. Måske også derfor, at man nu i Norge hiver sig lidt i nisseskægget og man hos Norsk Politi snart er nød til, at finde skægtrimmeren frem, for face it or not - gadebanderne er på fremmarch i det norske.


Norge har altid været kendt for, at være et stort Biker-land med store Internationale klubber, som f.eks. Hells Angels, Bandidos, Outlaws, m.fl. Igennem de sidste par år har også andre store Internationale MC-klubber fundet vej til det norske - klubber, som hollandske No Surrender og Satudarah MC, men alt imens man hos Norsk Politi har haft sin opmærksomhed placeret der - så har gadebanderne i Oslo og omegn, der i ro og mag haft de bedste muligheder for, at etablere sig stille og roligt og udvide staben med de nye unge, som besidder en mentalitet man kender fra det danske og svenske bandemiljø.


De nye unge, som i dag søger ind i det norske bandemiljø har alle en ting tilfælles?
De er alle fortabte, og har ingen identiet eller dybere mening med livet, men tror de finder det i bandemiljøet. Grundet deres lave selvværd og manglende selvtillid, er de et let ”bytte” for de etablerede gadebander i Oslo og omegn. De er nemme at manipulere med, og modtagelige for alle input, som de føler giver dem den manglende anerkendelse og respekt. Tilbage i 2003 til 2006 var der en åben gadekrig i Oslo. Medlemmer af de berygtede bander Young Guns, A-gjengen og B-gjengen skød på hinanden- over hele byen. Nogen blev dræbt, andre fik deres liv ødelagt.


I sommeren 2006 havde Norsk Politi fået nok - nok af hvad?
De oprettede en egen enhed, som fik navnet GJENGPROSJEKTET. Nu var det tid til, at de norske bander skulle føle næven af jern, men i dag 13 år efter må man nok mere indse, at der ikke dengang var tale om støbejern, for kig på Oslo og omegn nu. Efter etablerening af denne enhed i Norsk Politi, der dukkede der så nogle nye bander op, for "ukrudt" forgår ikke så let - det er for øvrigt noget enhver husejer ved, det er noget satans dritt, at have ude i sin have. Meget har forandret sig i 2018. Youngs Guns - medlemmerne har passeret de 50 år, og nogen af de tidligere medlemmer har nu børn og sågar børnebørn - så man kan sige, at disse tidligere medlemmer er blevet voksne mennesker.


De eksisterer som enkeltpersoner, men ikke længere, som en frygtet bande - de har nu fundet en dybere mening med deres liv. A og B-gjengen har også forsonet sig, og mange af dem har også fået stiftet familie og nu fået et "normalt" liv. Der er dog fortsat nogen fra disse tidligere bander, som fortsat er aktive, men ikke i samme målestok, som de før var kendt for.


Holmlia
Det som nu ligger på mange nordmænds læber, det er situationen på Holmlia, for den er på ingen måder, at sammenligne med bandekrigen i Oslo tilbage til starten af 2000-tallet. Mange af de unge fra Holmlia gik i børnehave og skole dengang, hvor der blevet leget røvere og soldatere på legepladsen - måske var det HER, at det hele begyndte at tage form? De tilhører en helt ny generation, som blev født tilbage  i 90érne. Kendetegnet for dem er, at de er yngre og mere multietniske og uoversigtige. De er opvokset mere med et had end respekt for systemet, og hverken kan eller vil de acceptere et nej eller nogen anden form for modstand.


Nu vil de små fra børnehavetiden være GANGSTERE
Young Bloods

  • Banden Young Bloods har sit udspring i Holmlia-området i bydelen Søndre Nordstrand og består af personer med blandet nationaliteter og ulig etnisk baggrund bakgrunn
  • Banden er en av Oslos mest voldelige og har koblinger til den albanske mafia i Sverige
  • Banden forsøger at overtage nye kriminelle-markeder i Oslo
  • Young Bloods-medlemmerne har til trods for sine unge alder udfordret andre kriminelle, og skubbet ved magtbalancen i Oslos kriminelle-miljøer, som har ført til alvorlige voldsepisoder
  • Politiet mener, at flere bortføringer i området er knyttet til, at andre bander har forsøg sig på, at komme ind på områder Young Bloods opfatter som sine.
Norway - MC & Gjengkriminalitet/JH-KP.

Attorneys for convicted ex-Bandidos leaders request acquittals, new trials

SAN ANTONIO - Attorneys for two former leaders of the Bandidos filed separate requests for acquittals and new trials, with both raising questions surrounding the testimony from an FBI agent they said was based on hearsay.

Jeffrey Fay Pike and John Xavier Portillo were convicted in May on charges of racketeering, drug dealing, extortion and multiple murders. The trial lasted more than three months and included testimony from Bandidos members, as well as FBI Agent Scott Schuster, who testified as an expert on the gang.

Attorneys for both Pike and Portillo questioned Schuster's testimony primarily on the basis that his testimony was "hearsay" and that "he was shown merely to be an investigator and a recounter of stories he had come across during his investigation of the Club."

Prosecutors said Schuster's testimony was specific to the structure, rule and operations of the Bandidos and that it "was fully corroborated by multiple Bandido members who themselves later testified for the government."

Pike's attorney even disagreed with the representation of the Bandidos during trial.
"The Bandidos Motorcycle club (link is external)is made up of men who share an ethos of freedom realized on the road, brotherhood manifested in shared gatherings, and enthusiasm directed at motorcycles. The club has autonomous, self-governing local chapters in Texas and 15 other states.

Not unexpectedly in a large and diverse group, individual members sometimes act up: they get in fights with individuals from other motorcycle clubs at bars and on the roadside; they break the rules of the club against drug sales; they mistake an ethos of freedom and liberty for one of license and violence," Pike's attorney wrote. "The Government wished to see the Bandidos as an entity in which the bad acts of a few members made criminals of the entire club, positing the theory of respondeat superior, that Pike, as president of the National Chapter had knowledge of (or willfully blinded himself to) the individual crimes committed by members of the BMC and that he approved."

Prosecutors said there was ample evidence the Bandidos committed robbery, extortion, racketeering, drug trafficking and murder -- all with Pike's knowledge.
"The evidence showed that Pike instructed Bandidos members to murder (Anthony) Benesh after Benesh refused to stop wearing his Hell's Angels colors in Texas. The jury also heard evidence that members of the conspiracy routinely used firearms to kill rivals, for example, in the murders of Robert Lara and Geoffrey Brady. They also heard evidence that it was commonplace for Bandidos members to carry firearms and take with them when they were expecting potential confrontation with rivals," prosecutors said.

Portillo's attorney also questioned the court's decision to allow information to be presented to the jury on George Wegers, the former president of the Bandidos who pleaded guilty to a RICO indictment in 2005.
"The only purpose of that evidence was to show that the Defendants must be guilty because they are high ranking officers, just like the previous president, who was indicted (just like these defendants) and pled guilty," the court document said.

But prosecutors said it was relevant because Pike served as Wegers' national vice president from 1999 until he took over as the president in 2005 -- after Wegers' guilty plea.
"Defendants in trial argued that the Bandidos chapters were autonomous and they did not know that other Bandidos members engaged in criminal activities -- this evidence undermined that argument.

To the contrary, that the National President was being charged with racketeering crimes supported the argument that Portillo and Pike had knowledge that the Bandidos enterprise was engaged in racketeering activity. Evidence of the National President being charged with racketeering crimes was a significant event in Bandidos history. And because both Portillo and Pike were fellow members of the national chapter at the time, it affected them both and certainly seems implausible that they did not know about Wegers being charged. Moreover, the United States later elicited testimony that Bandidos members, including Pike, obtained Wegers legal paperwork in an effort to educate themselves so they could guard against future law enforcement efforts."

A federal judge will likely rule on the motions for acquittal and new trial sometime this summer.
Portillo's sentencing will be on Sept. 24 and Pike's sentencing will take place on Oct.1.


USA - BN.


June 29, 2018

Polizei verhaftet Neco Arabaci


Neco Arabaci wuchs in Vingst, Ostheim und Meschenich auf, war in den 90er Jahren Anführer von 120 Mann in der Kölner Türsteher-Szene. Dann seine Verhaftung wegen Drogenhandel, Waffenhandel und Prostitution.

Er musste in den Knast, wurde danach abgeschoben in die Türkei. Jetzt hat die Türkische Polizei den mächtigsten Hells Angels Rocker von Europa verhaftet: Der „schöne“ Neco Arabaci (46) sitzt jetzt in Haft!

Kölner Ex-Türsteher wurde aus Köln in die Türkei abgeschoben
Necati Coskun Arabaci, wie er richtig heißt, beschäftigt seit 20 Jahren die internationalen Polizeibehörden. Denn nachdem Neco Arabaci seine Haftstrafe in Köln zur Hälfte abgesessen hatte, wurde er in die Türkei abgeschoben und erhielt Einreiseverbot in alle Länder des Schengen-Abkommens.

Neco wurde Hells Angels Boss in der Türkei
Aus dem Urlaubsparadies Izmir heraus organisierte er die Türkische Hells Angels neu und wurde Präsident der „Hells Angels MC Nomads Turkey“. Dabei spaltete er den legendären Motorradclub in zwei Lager auf. Die Nomads und die deutschen Altrocker, die Neco abgrundtief hasst. Ein Insider: „Neco vertraute nur noch den türkischstämmigen Mitgliedern. Die anderen waren für ihn wertlos.“

Seine Brutalität war bei den Rockern gefürchtet

Der 46-Jährige Frauenschwarm mit den langen dunklen Haaren lenkte seine Milieu-Geschäfte mit äußerster Brutalität. Widersacher wurden mit dem Tod bedroht – wie ein Kölner Staatsanwalt, den Neco töten lassen wollte. Der Jurist hatte jahrelang Polizeischutz und lebte in Todesangst.

Er wollte die Macht in ganz Europa
Necati Arabaci reiste häufig mit gefälschten Papieren durch Europa, traf sich mit führenden Hells Angels Rockern, um seine Geschäfte mit ihnen zu besprechen. Einem Kumpel sagte er einmal: „Was soll ich in Izmir mit meinem Ferrari am Strand entlang fahren. Das interessiert niemand. Ich will die Macht in Europa.“

Neco fiel auch der spanischen Polizei Guardia Civil auf
Nachdem Neco Arabaci auch bei den spanischen Polizeibehörden bei Telefonüberwachung Maßnahme in Zusammenhang mit dem Deutschen Hells Angels President Frank Hanebuth auffiel, wurde nach der Verhaftung von Hanebuth auf Mallorca auch gegen Arabaci ein Haftbefehl erlassen, der Türke jedoch nie ausgeliefert. Neco und Hanebuth hatten geplant, die Clubs auf Mallorca zu beherrschen.

Türkische Eliteeinheit verhaftet 35 gefährliche Rocker
Wie die türkische Zeitung „Hürriyet“ berichtet, schlugen jetzt Ermittler der Abteilung für Organisierte Kriminalität zu. Im Visier standen Gruppierungen wie „Sarallar“ und „Besok“. Aber auch Mitglieder der Hells Angels Türkei, darunter Neco Arabaci. Insgesamt verhafteten die Elite-Beamten 35 Personen.

15 Pistolen und eine Kalaschnikow gefunden
Die Festnahmen erfolgten in Istanbul, Ankara und Trabzon. Bei den Wohnungsdurchsuchungen wurden eine Kalaschnikow, 15 Pistolen, Munition und Kugelsichere Westen gefunden.

Vorwurf: Zahlreiche Straftaten und Verbrechen
Der Vorwurf gegen die Männer: Gründung und Führung sowie Mitgliedschaft einer kriminellen Vereinigung, Raub, Bedrohung, Körperverletzung, Betrug, illegales Betreiben von Parkplätzen an Veranstaltungsorten (Parkplatz-Mafia).

Arabaci rekrutierte und befehligte von der Türkei aus seine Hells Angels Rocker in Deutschland, vor allem aus Köln, wo er aufwuchs und bis zu seiner Abschiebung im Mai 2007 lebte.


Rocker-Freunde, die in Deutschland schwere Straftaten begingen, suchten immer wieder Unterschlupf bei ihrem Boss in Izmir. Darunter sind bis heute auch drei Kölner Hells Angels, die wegen der Ermordung eines Mannes in Köln-Nippes per internationalem Haftbefehl gesucht werden.


Germany - Focus.

5 things you need to know about Hells Angels in B.C.


SATUDARAH MC FRANCE CAPITAL CHAPTER



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ONE BLOOD - ONE FAMILY - ONE NATION !!
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After watching this you will HATE Rick Harrison (Pawn Stars)


HA-veteran dømt: Her er Fehårs frygtelige fortid

Københavns Byret har i juni 2018 dømt HA-veteranen Jørgen 'Fehår' Rinke, tidligere Nielsen i en sag om organiseret hashhandel på Christiania.

Byretten genindsatte rockeren på den livstidsdom, han var løsladt fra efter et skudangreb i Københavns Lufthavn i 1996. Han har nægtet sig skyldig og har anket dommen i hashsagen. I forbindelse med anholdelsen af ham i sagen sidste forår skrev Ekstra Bladet et portræt af rockeren.

Skyldig i drab. Sådan lød nævningenes dom over Hells Angels-medlemmet Jørgen Nielsen, kaldet Fehår i Østre Landsret i december 1996. Mens Fehårs daværende kæreste fældede en tåre på tilhørerbænkene i retssal 1 - landsrettens største lokale - sendte den dengang 34-årige rocker hende et beroligende smil henne fra anklagebænken.

Det havde han en god grund til. For kort efter blev stemningen i retssalen anderledes munter. De juridiske dommeren underkendte nævningerne. Der var ikke beviser til at dømme Fehår, lød det.


Efter mange måneders varetægtsfængsling blev kun et HA-medlem og to prøvemedlemmer dømt. Fehår og to andre Hells Angels-medlemmer blev sat på fri fod.
Fehår i midten ved Vestre Fængsel efter, at han og to rockerbrødre i første omgang klarede frisag i en drabssag fra Københavns Lufthavn og blev løsladt fra varetægtsfængslingen . Foto: Johnny Frederiksen
Fehår i midten ved Vestre Fængsel efter, at han og to rockerbrødre i første omgang klarede frisag i en drabssag fra Københavns Lufthavn og blev løsladt fra varetægtsfængslingen . Foto: Johnny Frederiksen


Krigen kickstartet
Sagen handlede om et drab og flere drabsforsøg på Bandidosrockere i Københavns Lufthavn i Kastrup i marts 1996. Begivenhederne var med til at kickstarte Store Nordiske Rockerkrig.


To grupper fra hver deres lejr - Bandidos og Hells Angels - ankom til København fra Finland med samme fly en søndag eftermiddag. Ved afrejsen kom det til uro allerede i Helsinkis lufthavn, og de to parter har formentlig været i telefonisk kontakt med deres hjembaser i Danmark.

Under flyveturen var stemningen mellem de konkurrerende rockere 'lidet hjertelig', oplyste SAS' daværende pressechef Troels Rasmussen bagefter til Ekstra Bladet.

Bandidos sendte en regulær modtagelseskomité til lufthavnen. Også HA'ere med tilknytning til Copenhagen-chaptret i Titangade hoppede ind i biler og satte kursen mod Kastrup.

Opgøret kom blandt de ventende rockere på gaden og parkeringspladsen ude foran ankomsthallen - for øjnene af chokerede feriegæster og forretningsfolk, der vendte hjem fra udlandet.

Anholdt igen
Her åbnede Hells Angels-rockere ild mod biler med Bandidos-folk. Det gik lynhurtigt, og kl. 16.25 var en dræbt og tre sårede.
Politi ved den dræbte rocker i lufthavnen i marts 1996. Foto: Jens Dresling.
Politi ved den dræbte rocker i lufthavnen i marts 1996. Foto: Jens Dresling. 

Under det første retsopgør i kølvandet på den blodige sag fra lufthavnen klarede Fehår frisag. Men kun for en stund.

Tre måneder senere blev Fehår anholdt, mens han sad på en restaurant på Amager.
- Når nævningene siger ja til et skyldsspørgmål, men de juridiske dommere tilsidesætter den kendelse, så er udgangspunktet efter Retsplejeloven, at hele sagen skal gå om for et nyt nævningeting og nye dommere, forklarede statsadvokat Kaspar Linkis fra Rigsadvokatens kontor dengang til Ekstra Bladet.

Imidlertid havde også den eneste dømte HA-rocker talt over sig fra sin celle i Vestre Fængsel. På en indsmuglet mobiltelefon fortalte han sine rockervenner om sagen, mens politiet var diskret med på en lytter.

Samtalerne - i alt 20 timers glødende rockersnak i telefonen - indgik i nyt efterforskningsmateriale i sagen. Ikke alene mod Fehår, men også mod de to andre frifundne HA'ere kendt som Svend Svin og Johnny Skomager.

Også de fik kort tid i frihed, før håndjernene klappede igen.
Jørgen 'Fehår' Nielsen, som han så ud under en afhøring efter drabet i 1996. Polfoto
Jørgen 'Fehår' Nielsen, som han så ud under en afhøring efter drabet i 1996. Polfoto


Har fine papirer og taler pænt
I september 1997 indledte et nyt nævningeting med nye dommere sagen. Efter 19 retsdage kom afgørelsen. De tre HA'ere, deriblandt Jørgen Fehår Nielsen blev kendt skyldig. Fehår fik fængsel på livstid.


I 2012 fik Fehår afslag på prøveløsladelse. Ifølge BT, der interviewede Fehår dengang, fremgik det, at rockeren havde fine papirer i Kriminalforsorgen og passede et job udenfor fængslet.

I dokumenter fra Kriminalforsorgen kan man læse, at Jørgen Nielsen efter 16 års fængsel har rene papirer. Han har aldrig afleveret en positiv urinprøve. Han taler pænt til både de andre indsatte og personalet. Der har aldrig været problemer på ledsagede eller uledsagede udgange. Han har uddannet sig og har i flere år hver dag forladt fængslet for at gå i skole eller passe et arbejde. Alt sammen forhold, der taler for en prøveløsladelse, bekræftede en kontorchef i Kriminalforsorgen overfor BT.
'Fehår' (tv) ses her foran et HA-hus efter sin løsladelse. Foto: Linda Johansen
'Fehår' (tv) ses her foran et HA-hus efter sin løsladelse. Foto: Linda Johansen

Tilfældige møder
Året efter i sommeren 2013 blev Fehår prøveløsladt fra sin livstidsdom. Efterfølgende medvirkede Hells Angels-veteranen i interview med Ekstra Bladet om en foreslået bandepakke i 2014. Her fortalte HA'eren om de vanskeligheder, han mente, at man som prøveløsladt rocker kunne få med at overholde reglerne.

Ifølge forslaget skulle det blandt andet gøres muligt at forbyde rockere kontakt til folk fra samme klub under prøveløsladelse.
- I dag foregår kontakt på mange niveauer. Ikke mindst på diverse sociale medier. Facebook og lignende. Og præcis hvordan vurderes begrebet ’kontakt’? Tilfældige møder ved børneinstitutioner hører vel også her ind under, sagde han under interviewet i 2014.
Den nu anholdte HA-veteran ses her ved begravelsen af en anden HA'er i 2014. 'Fehår' bærer 'Filthy Few' mærket på vesten. Foto: Mogens Flindt
Den nu anholdte HA-veteran ses her ved begravelsen af en anden HA'er i 2014. 'Fehår' bærer 'Filthy Few' mærket på vesten. Foto: Mogens Flindt


Kynisk bagmand
Nu er Fehår så - erfarer Ekstra Bladet - anholdt i en hash-sag, hvor han omtales som et 'ledende medlem af Hells Angels'.

- Det er vores opfattelse, at vi via en målrettet efterforskning, hvor vi har fulgt pengene fra hashsalget i Pusherstreet til et ledende medlem af Hells Angels, har ramt både salgs- og leverandørleddet i Pusherstreet hårdt. Det er en stor tilfredsstillelse, at vi med dagens aktion rammer de kyniske bagmænd. Vi går efter både købere, sælgere og leverandører, men det er klart, at vi altid er glade for at ramme helt ind i hjertet af hashandelen, udtaler ledende politiinspektør Poul Kjeldsen i pressemeddelelsen. Og politiet skrev videre:
'Personerne, der fremstilles i grundlovsforhør, sigtes alle for overtrædelse af straffelovens § 191, idet de efter politiets opfattelse har virket i en professionel og hierarkisk opbygget organisation, som i en periode har solgt flere hundrede kilo hash i Pusherstreet.'
- Det er vores opfattelse, at det fuldgyldige medlem af Hells Angels fungerede som overordnet leder af en professionel og hierarkisk opbygget organisation, og sagen viser igen, at voldsparate personer fra rockermiljøet er en del af den organiserede og utryghedsskabende hashandel i Pusher Street på Christiania, siger politikommissær Steffen Thaaning Steffensen, Afdeling OC, Københavns Politi i pressemeddelelsen.


Denmark -EB.

Outlaw motorcycle gangs expected to increase presence in Newfoundland and Labrador: RCMP


The RCMP is warned the public of an expected increase in the presence of outlaw motorcycle gangs in the province as the summer riding season progresses.

Staff Sgt. Steve Conohan of RCMP criminal intelligence provided information to the media Thursday on what can be expected from members of these outlaw gangs.
“Outlaw motorcycle gangs are known for their intimidation of people in our communities and their association with criminal activities,” he said in a news release. “The public may notice increased sightings of outlaw motorcycle gangs which, at times, will ride in formations at high rates of speed, unsafely passing highway vehicles and blocking intersections. We urge the public not to engage with these gangs and to instead report sightings and any suspected illegal activity to the police so we can take enforcement action and remind these gang members that they too are subject to the same rules and regulations as all citizens.”


The RCMP and the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary co-operate on the outlaw motorcycle gang file.
Criminal activity associated with outlaw motorcycle gangs includes drug trafficking, fraud, counterfeiting, money laundering, human trafficking, contraband smuggling, prostitution, extortion, violence and illegal gaming, the RCMP noted.

Outlaw motorcycle gangs use a one-per-cent patch to identify the wearer as a person who does not follow the law or society’s rules. The term “one percenter” (originated following a riot at a motorcycle rally in California in 1947. At the time, the American Motorcycle Association defended the reputation of the majority of their membership, stating that 99 per of motorcycle riders are law-abiding citizens and the other one per cent are “nothing more than outlaws,” the RCMP said. Outlaw motorcycle gangs often have a logo and “colours,” a uniform that identifies members. Most often, colours include a leather vest with the club logo on the back along with other patches and pins on the front.

Conohan said Newfoundland and Labrador currently has one-per-cent motorcycle clubs operating in the province, including the Bacchus MC and the Outlaws MC. In addition, several motorcycle clubs in the province support one-per-cent clubs such as the Hells Angels, the Bacchus and the Outlaws.


Canada - BN.

Founder of biker club 'no longer employed' at Burnaby Fire Department

A memo obtained by Postmedia says that Nick Elmes, a firefighter who founded a biker club, is no longer employed by the City of Burnaby.
“Effective today, Nick Elmes is no longer employed by the City of Burnaby,” Acting Fire Chief Dave Samson says in the terse, one-line internal memo, which was sent out on Wednesday afternoon.

The memo’s subject is simply “Nick Elmes.”
It’s not clear whether Elmes resigned or was fired. The Burnaby Fire Department wasn’t immediately available for comment. Earlier this month, Postmedia’s Kim Bolan (link is external) revealed that Elmes and two other Burnaby firefighters, as well as two New Westminster firefighters and a retired firefighter from Vancouver were members of Florian’s Knights. The club was recently formed and Elmes told Bolan he was one of the founders.

Photo of Burnaby firefighter Nick Elmes, far right, a founding member of Florian's Knights, with Hells Angels Kelowna president Damiano Dipopolo beside him, then two other Kelowna Hells Angels. Submitted / PNG

Members of the clubs have been appearing at events alongside members of the Hells Angels. Elmes said those events were open to anyone to attend. The Knights club was formed to raise money for charity and that no one should be concerned, he added.

Elmes was photographed with three Hells Angels members, including Kelowna president Damiano Dipopolo. Elmes said he and Dipopolo were childhood friends. The Knights have been wearing a three-piece patch on the backs of their leather vests, meaning they sought permission from the Hells Angels when they were forming, retired police biker expert Brad Stephen told Postmedia.

He called this “disturbing.”
Earlier this month, Burnaby Fire Chief Joe Robertson said he also had concerns about the Knights and has met with the RCMP to discuss the issue.
“The city and the fire department do not condone any association of our members with the Hells Angels. We support the good work that all the rest of our firefighters do in the community,”

Robertson said. “This reflects really poorly on the good work that everybody else does.”
Some of the Knights have been wearing their vests, known as “colours” on their way to work, Robertson said. He added that while he was displeased that those firefighters were doing so, advice from lawyers had told the department nothing could be done by the employer to stop employees from wearing colours on their way to Work.


Canada - BN.

Just because you're'old, doesn't make you old school




A lot of people with credibility talk about what it was like to be old school back in the day. When others without credibility echo the same sentiments, I get suspicious. I have stated my position on Walter Stadnick quite clearly. My position has not changed. I don't like him and I don't trust him.

George Christie and Ralph Natale were old school. Wally Stadnick was not. As I said before, Walter Stadnick is not from Quebec. He is an Anglophobe from Hamilton. Jerry Langton is a credible journalist from Hamilton who went on to New York City. He wrote a book called Fallen Angel: The Unlikely Rise of Walter Stadnick. Why do you think he states the unlikely rise? Wally was a 5' 4" weasel with small man syndrome who sucked up to Mom Boucher. He rose to power because he was a relentless backstabbing politician.

Before I left Facebook, Michael Green made a post supporting Walter Stadnick. Tony B was quick to say thanks Michael. I didn't out Tony, he did that himself. Now he is lying and claims that he is a *former* Hells Angel from the US living in Canada to throw people off. He's quick to brag about his *former* affiliations with the Hells Angels and his pal Mom Boucher but all of a sudden he doesn't want people to know who he is. Nobody in TBM wants to kill him. They've all left the life. Nobody in the game wants to kill him either because they simply don't care about him.

Tony B doesn't want people in TBM to know who he is because I posted a link to Jerry Langton's book. Tony B wants people in TBM to fear him when he trolls them on facebook and yells at them. He doesn't want people in TBM to know behind the keyboard he's a 5' 4" loser that nobody listens to. Tony B wants to use TBM to bully people and I cannot support that.

In my opinion he hasn't left the life. When he trashes the current members of the Hells Angels in Quebec, he isn't talking about what George Christie and Ralph Natale are talking about. Wally is talking about the new generation that hates Mom Boucher and the fact that he was an armed rapist. That is what Wally is referring to. Walter Stanick is in Montreal hiding behind Salvatore to help Mom Boucher get back in the game. He's not there to promote old school values.

Tony B already successfully poisoned Michael against the Rock Machine. Now he wants to use Michael to help promote Mom Boucher. Little T's new name is Poison Ivy because he's a little girl and every word that comes out of his mouth is a lie. Go back to Ontario where you belong. Quebec doesn't like you because they don't respect you - for good reason.

Canada - GO/DW.

June 28, 2018

2018 Daytona Bike Week, Polaris Slingshot, CanAm, Boss Hoss Monsters, Ha...



If you like 3 wheeled motorcycles, you will love this video. Lots of 3 wheel versions to view. If you don't like 3 wheelers, this video might change your mind!

Paul Junior And Senior Are Working Together For The First Time In Years ...


Cops Gone BAD


Efter 25 år i Danmark: Derfor er Bandidos under pres

Med 11 officielle klubhuse rundt om i landet kan Bandidos markere sit 25-års jubilæum i Danmark. Men selvom klubben stadig er en magtfaktor i den danske rockerverden, er banditterne med den lille fede mexicaner på rygmærket under pres fra forskellige sider. I hvert fald fem afdelinger er løbende blevet nedlagt eller lagt i dvale, erfarer Ekstra Bladet.

Massiv politi-efterforskning, som har ført til en stribe domme, nye rygmærkeklubber og et flere steder smuldrende rekrutteringsgrundlag, fordi unge søger andre steder hen, er blandt udfordringerne for Bandidos MC.

Det fortæller en række kilder til Ekstra Bladet, der på hver deres måde har indsigt i miljøet omkring rockerklubben.

Klubben med knap 200 registrerede personer, der befinder sig på forskellige steder i klubbens interne hierarki, fylder dog stadig en del på det danske rockerbande-landkort.
- Men når man ser på den udvikling, der har været i rocker- og bandemiljøet, kan det ikke undgås, at de gamle, mere etablerede grupper som eksempelvis Bandidos må føle et vist pres fra deres omverden, siger Michael Kjeldgaard, chef for Nationalt Efterforskningscenter ved Rigspolitiet, hvor man på landsplan følger organiseret kriminalitet.
- Markedsandele har de helt sikkert tabt, men det er svært at sige, hvor meget det drejer sig om, tilføjer Michael Kjeldgaard.

De unge og sultne
Dermed beskriver Michael Kjeldgaard et næsten kliché-agtigt billede af rockerverdenen, hvor de 'gamle' er satte og magelige, mens de nyligt tilkomne er sultne og forsøger at positionere sig. Det gælder både i relation til miljøet og til de kriminelle markeder.

Det er to fuldstændig uadskillelige punkter. For med et ejerskab i miljøet følger adgang til de kriminelle markeder, der blandt andet er baseret på hash og narko. I den 'kriminelle skolegård' er det den stærkeste, der sætter spillereglerne, har kilder fortalt. Udsagnene bakker op om Michael Kjeldgaards vurderinger.

En af de kredse, hvor Bandidos har oplevet pres, er Sydsjællands og Lolland-Falsters Politi.
Her sad Bandidos-medlemmer hårdt på området og de kriminelle markeder, fortæller Kim Kliver, efterforskningsleder, Sydsjællands og Lolland-Falsters Politi.
Denne 34-årige Bandidos-rocker blev anholdt i december 2017 og sigtet for drabsforsøg på en 25-årig mand i Næstved. Frem til sin anholdelse var den 34-årige ifølge Ekstra Bladets oplysninger præsident i rockerklubbens lokale afdeling. Foto: Per Rasmussen
Denne 34-årige Bandidos-rocker blev anholdt i december 2017 og sigtet for drabsforsøg på en 25-årig mand i Næstved. Frem til sin anholdelse var den 34-årige ifølge Ekstra Bladets oplysninger præsident i rockerklubbens lokale afdeling. Foto: Per Rasmussen


Indtil for nogle år siden havde Bandidos to afdelinger i hans område. En i Næstved og en på Falster, men den sidste er ikke-eksisterende, fordi politiet i en række sager har anholdt en lang række Bandidos-folk i kredsen, fortæller Kim Kliver.
- Den efterfølgende efterforskning, anholdelser og domfældelser førte til, at rockerklubben blev nødt til at erklære afdelingen på Falster for 'frozen’, fortæller Kliver.

Det er tvivlsomt, om afdelingen igen kommer op at stå, og i mellemtiden er der kommet nye spillere på banen.

Magtkampe om hash
I forvejen havde Bandidos i det område tidligere haft kontroverser med medlemmer af Black Cobra-banden.

Efterfølgende har de ’lagt arm’ med Satudarah. Og da Bandidos i forbindelse med den omfattende og målrettede politi-efterforskning stort set forsvandt fra Lolland og Falster, blev det nu medlemmer fra Satudarah og Mongols, der begyndte at slås om de kriminelle markeder, fortæller Kim Kliver.

Senere er den kriminelle magtkamp rykket til Næstved, hvor Bandidos har afdeling. Også her var det medlemmer af Satudarah, der ville have andele af de kriminelle markeder
- Så var det her, man kæmpede om hash- og narkomarkedet. Vi lavede en række anholdelser, hvor personer med tilknytning til Bandidos er fængslet for hash, narko og drabsforsøg. Det lagde låg på situationen, fortæller Kim Kliver.

Ifølge Ekstra Bladets oplysninger er den lokale præsident for Næstved-afdelingen blandt de anholdte, men det vil Kliver hverken be- eller afkræfte.
- Lige nu er der status quo, men vi kan notere os, at der er aktivitet i miljøet, og vi følger det fortsat tæt, fortæller Kim Kliver.

Tre afdelinger tilbage: På tilbagetog i Jylland

Bandidos' klubhus i Kirkegade i Hvidovre ved aftentide. Der er politi-besøg  efter skyderi i efteråret 2015. Foto: Kenneth Meyer
Bandidos' klubhus i Kirkegade i Hvidovre ved aftentide. Der er politi-besøg efter skyderi i efteråret 2015. Foto: Kenneth Meyer

Tre steder er Bandidos fortsat til stede i Jylland. Aalborg, Randers og Horsens. Om end det i Aalborg og Randers mere er af navn end af gavn, fortæller kilder med indsigt i miljøet.

For otte-ti år siden var der ellers to fulde afdelinger i Limfjordsbyen. Siden skiftede den ene til Hells Angels, og en række medlemmer har efterfølgende forladt Bandidos. Nu er der knap en håndfuld medlemmer i henholdsvis Randers og Aalborg, beretter kilderne.
- Det er korrekt, at Bandidos er til stede i Aalborg, men i et begrænset omfang. De fylder ikke meget hos os, men vi holder øje med dem, ligesom vi generelt holder øje med miljøet, fortæller Marianne Vestergaard Lau, linjechef for efterforskningen, Nordjyllands Politi.

Til gengæld er Satudarah for nyligt rykket ind og har tidligere i år åbnet en afdeling i Aalborg.
Gennem de sidste otte-ti år har Bandidos lukket deres afdelinger i Esbjerg, Kolding samt en ud af to afdelinger i Aalborg. Desuden har de lukket afdelingerne i Odense, Køge og på Falster, oplyser de respektive politikredse.

Skiftede klub: Mistede vestegns-hooligans

En voldsom brand i en tattoo-butik i Holbæk sidste efterår var del af en konflikt mellem medlemmer af Bandidos og Satudarah, vurderer politiet. Foto: Morten Sundgaard
En voldsom brand i en tattoo-butik i Holbæk sidste efterår var del af en konflikt mellem medlemmer af Bandidos og Satudarah, vurderer politiet. Foto: Morten Sundgaard
Tidligere lå Bandidos højt på ønskelisten over steder at komme i 'rockerlære', ligesom klubben havde et antal støtteklubber fordelt rundt om i landet.

Tilstrømningen er dog ikke, hvad den har været, og unge mænd med krudt og kriminalitet i blodet er begyndt at søge andre steder hen, fortæller kilder med indsigt i miljøet.

Her er det især Satudarah, der på det seneste har haft held til at tiltrække sig denne gruppe unge. Her er restriktioner og krav knapt så krævende som hos Bandidos.
- Tidligere havde Bandidos godt tag i hooligan-miljøet på den københavnske vestegn, og herfra kom der en del rekrutter til rockerklubben, fortæller en politikilde.

Sidste år valgte en gruppe unge Bandidos-rockere fra Vestegnen samlet at skifte til Satudarah efter længere tids utilfredshed, har kilderne tidligere oplyst.

Samme efterår stødte denne udbrydergruppe sammen med deres tidligere brødre fra Bandidos ved et boksestævne i Herlev. Slagsmålet blev fulgt op af en konflikt, der inkluderede en række brandstiftelser og voldsepisoder.


Bandidos-rockere ved et fremmøde ved retten i Aalborg, mens klubben stadig fyldte i Limfjordsbyen. Foto: René Schütze         
Denmark - EB.              

Outlaw bikers say they’re loyal to Harley-Davidson, even as Trump’s trade policies push the company to look overseas

Longtime outlaw bikers say they have no plans to abandon Harley-Davidson Motorcycles, even though the company is shifting some production overseas because of U.S. President Donald Trump’s trade policies.
“I’ve been riding them all of my life, even when they were s- bikes in the ’60s and ’70s,” said Lorne Campbell, a former GTA member of the Satan’s Choice and Hells Angels Motorcycle Clubs.
Members of the the Hells Angels motorcycle gang in Langley, B.C., in a July 25, 2008, file photo. Unwavering loyalty to the Harley-Davidson brand is the norm in the outlaw biker world.
Members of the the Hells Angels motorcycle gang in Langley, B.C., in a July 25, 2008, file photo. Unwavering loyalty to the Harley-Davidson brand is the norm in the outlaw biker world.  (DARRYL DYCK / THE CANADIAN PRESS)

“Harley riders are loyal — even when (the bikes) leaked oil,” Campbell said. “They’re the best, now.”
Harley-Davidson announced this week it would move production of motorcycles bound for Europe overseas, blaming European Union tariffs it said would add an estimated $2,200 cost to the average bike. That move prompted Trump — whose tariffs prompted EU retaliation — to accuse Harley of searching for an excuse for moves it had already planned.

Rick Ciarnello, a Hells Angels spokesperson in B.C., gave no indication his club would be turning away from the iconic motorcycles because it will be transferring some production to Europe.
“Harley-Davidson is making a statement to the Trump Administration,” Ciarnello said in an email. “I don’t think their decision will impact our club in any way. Harley-Davidson motorcycles will still be available, no matter where the parts are made or assembled.”

It’s a long-standing rule that North American outlaw bikers such as the Hells Angels and Outlaws must ride American-made motorcycles — which limits them to Harley-Davidsons and a few smaller brands, like Indian and Victory.
 
USA - BN.

Shootout at Waco Twin Peaks 3 years later: Zero convictions

It was a rainy Sunday a little after noon on May 17, 2015, at a Twin Peaks restaurant in Waco where no one would envision the gruesome crime scene that was about to happen.

A meeting of the Coalition of Clubs and Independents was scheduled for 1 p.m. but that meeting would never take place. At 12:24 p.m. witnesses recalled hearing two shots fired from a small-caliber weapon before a barrage of suppressed rifle fire, the type used by law enforcement. Before 12:30 p.m., nine men would be dead and 23 others transported to nearby hospitals. National media reported the melee involving various motorcycle clubs including the Bandidos and Cossacks, as one of America’s deadliest episodes of biker violence.

The fight apparently broke out as a prospective member of the Cossacks Motorcycle Club stood watch over the motorcycles in the parking lot. As the Dallas consortium of Bandidos rode in, they noticed the front parking spaces had been taken by the Cossacks, a club some felt should not be present at the meeting because they were not dues-paying members.


The Cossacks felt the COCI was open to anyone and that they had actually been invited. The story goes there was to be a “meeting after the meeting” to discuss a peace treaty between the two groups in order to put an end to the violence happening while on the road to members of each club. The spark that lit the match was when a Dallas Bandido accidentally or intentionally hit or ran over the foot of the Cossack prospect. Fists flew, weapons were pulled and shots were fired.

Originally, 177 people were arrested and detained on historic $1 million dollar bonds with fill-in-the-blank affidavits for the offense of “engaging in organized criminal activity.” Most of them would spend the next two weeks to six months in jail, even though 115 of them had no prior criminal record.

Autopsy reports revealed four of the nine deceased were killed by three Waco police officers, not indicted by the McLennan County Grand Jury. It remains unknown how many of the injured were shot by officers. According to a statement issued by District Attorney Abel Reyna, “the deadly force was justified under the law. These officers acted in accordance with their training and the laws of the State of Texas. I am pleased these officers will be able to resume their duties .

By the end of 2016, an additional 18 were arrested under sealed indictments, bringing the total to 195. A McLennan County grand jury ultimately indicted 155 people. The first trial took place Oct. 9, 2017. Five weeks later, prosecutors were unable to convince a jury who heard the case of Bandido president Jake Carrizol that he should be convicted. In an 11 to 1 vote for acquittal, Judge Matt Johnson declared a mistrial after 14 hours of deliberations when jurors were unable to reach unanimous verdicts.

When Paul Looney first heard about the melee, he said he felt like something wasn’t right. An experienced criminal defense attorney of nearly 28 years who lives in Bellville and has offices in Houston and Hempstead, Looney knew the protocol: investigate the case first and then arrest suspects. But in this case, he said, it was handled backward; arrest everyone and investigate later.

Looney had already tried 60 criminal defense jury trials since 1995 with zero convictions. Off to Waco he went. Most of the 177 arrested declared indigent status and asked for court-appointed attorneys. Only a few had the means to hire a quality defense attorney so Looney took his first two cases, husband and wife William and Morgan English, pro bono. Later he took the case of Cody Ledbetter whose stepfather died in the melee, also pro bono. He took two more pro bono cases after that, both of whom had been shot at Twin Peaks. Then Looney enlisted the help of fellow friends in the State Bar of Texas and convinced 12 attorneys to accept cases free of charge.
“The defense bar stepped up and stopped a railroad from happening that was about to slaughter a lot of innocent people,” Looney said. “I’m very proud of my colleagues.”

Looney recently said this was a sensational story when it happened but it is a more important story now than it was then.
“We’re looking at the actual integrity of the justice system,” he said. “This system failed. We have nine people who died and I don’t believe they are ever going to be able to convict anybody of any crime because it has been completely mishandled by a diabolical prosecutorial team.”

As Reyna’s republican primary date for re-election on March 6, 2018 came closer, defense attorneys asked for hearings in which Reyna would not only be called as a witness but also where former members of his staff would be testifying about his activities while in office.

In February Reyna was able to dodge those hearings by dismissing 26 cases and dropping or “not accepting” another 32. On Election Day, Reyna lost by a margin of 20 percent. On March 12, the Cody Ledbetter and Berton Bergmans cases were dismissed. With one of the indicted deceased in a motorcycle accident, 94 remained open. In May, the largest number of dismissals occurred when 70 people were exonerated.

On May 16, the McLennan County Grand Jury issued superseding indictments on 25 people with charges such as riot, murder, tampering with evidence and unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon. Again, defense attorneys pushed back when prominent Waco criminal attorney Robert Callahan researched the validity of the new indictments.

Looney and his law partner Clay Conrad did more research.
“The problem with the re-indictments is that the DA’s office re-indicted filed cases without dismissing the original indictment,” Conrad said. “The correct method of filing would have been to indict it as a new case with a new cause number. They could have had the two charges running parallel. Now instead, the second indictment is of no legal import at all and is voidable which means the riot statute of limitations has run on all the new indictments and they are stuck with the ‘engaging’ charges they initially used.”

The engaging charges were the charges used in the Carrizol’s trial that ended in a mistrial.
Today, 25 people are under re-indictments but Looney is filing a “motion to quash and objection to amendment of indictment.” If the motion is granted, it could be used to free all but three people who have been re-indicted on murder charges because murder does not have a statute of limitations.

At least 130 people have filed lawsuits against Reyna, the city of Waco, McLennan County, various individual members of the Waco Police Department and the Texas Department of Public Safety.


USA - BN.

June 27, 2018

The Old Man From "Pawn Star" Dead At 77.


New bikie gang stakes claim in Canberra as shots fired at wrong house

ACT Chief Police Officer Justine Saunders has revealed that a fourth bikie gang has established itself in Canberra, after shots were fired last week at a Ngunnawal family home that used to be the residence of Comanchero member.
"If there's something that keeps me awake at night, it's gangs in Canberra," assistant commissioner Saunders said on ABC Canberra on Wednesday.
"In the sense of their serious organised criminal activity and their violent activity they undertake here."

Assistant Commissioner Saunders said that shots had been fired into a house at Ngunnawal on Tuesday last week. It was formerly a residence of a member of the Comanchero bikie gang.
"We’ve seen an incident where shots have been fired into a residence at Ngunnawal. That residence was the previous home of a Comanchero member, but it’s not anymore. It’s a family home for a completely innocent family,” assistant commissioner Saunders said in a statement.

ACT Policing said the offenders discharged a firearm "several times" and set fire to the front door of the house as they left the scene late on Tuesday June 19. They called for anyone who had seen a silver ute or suspicious activity in the Ngunnawal area on that night to contact Crime Stoppers.

The newest gang to set up in the ACT is the Finks motorcycle gang, with "potentially 10" members, assistant commissioner Saunders said.
"Over recent weeks my concern has only grown because unfortunately we now have evidence to suggest that the Finks motorcycle gang is establishing itself here in Canberra which would increase our criminal gangs from three to four and would obviously increase the presence of gangs in the ACT," assistant commissioner Saunders told the ABC.
"Only yesterday you may have seen we had a member before the court who took the opportunity whilst sitting in the court cells, undertaking drug trafficking activity."

Combating organised crime was the number one priority for ACT Policing, she said, while also calling for police to have preventative powers to thwart the gangs.
"I've said consistently and I'll continue to say that police need preventative powers to ensure that we can prevent the sort of crime I've just referred to, occurring, where we can."

Assistant commissioner Saunders said that while the ACT was a "human rights jurisdiction," she wanted "preventative powers that are proportionate and that meet community expectations".

She also called for a national approach to fighting organised crime through preventative powers.
"What is critically important is that we have nationally consistent laws in dealing with what is a national issue."


Australia - BN.

Tony B from TBM Canada speaking out the truth.



I´m an Old School Hells Angel from the States - like it or NOT. Been with the Hells Angels MC for many years, and now been OUT of the game for many years - and I love it. I moved to Canada several years ago with my wife and our kids to live in peace, and so we do now.

I´m a now a part of a great organisation - THE TBM NATION, and normally do I not make any personal post in our TBM Nation Group with more than 2.000 members from all over The World. It´s great to be around former brothers and friends from different Clubs from all over The World - even being around old enemies, believe it or NOT?

However, now it´s the time to do so, and I have approved on, that my statement will go public here on MC & Gjengkriminalitet, because it makes me "sick" seeing and hearing what´s going on in our once a great MC-World.

I´m pretty sure, that Old School Bikers such as my old brother from The Hells Angels MC, George Gus Christie Jr. and even an old rival from The Outlaws MC, Brutus James, and both now around The TBM Nation - will say the very same as I do, and feel the very same way as well - WHAT the fuck happend, and what went wrong in our culture we once before loved so much.




" In 1966 I walked into a world that no longer exists - George Gus Christie Jr., Former President of The Hells Angels MC"

George Gus Christie Jr. - Former President of The Hells Angels MC
(host of Outlaw Chronicles, TV show),
who rode with the Hells Angels for 40 years,
35 of which, as one of its most prominate leaders,
 performs, "Outlaw: My Life as a Hells Angel and Beyond,"
a new provocative, brutally honest,
and thought-provoking one-man show.


"I have watch our thing be slowly dismantled by greed and lack of honor. What was a proud life has been reduced to a facade. With all Respect Big Pete James - Former President,
The Outlaws MC - Chicago, USA.


Brutus James (The Boss) - Aka Big Pete, Former President
Outlaws MC - Chicago, USA.
Today, I see a NEW generation of so called 1%er running around and destroying all the good things we once before believed in. New Brotherhoods buildt by Patch Jumpers, and as my dear TBM Brother and friend Michael Green (Int. Spokesperson TBM Nation) always have said -
ONE RELIGION ONE COLOUR.

Many of todays new Brotherhoods are buildt by greedy so call brothers and Loyalty do NOT exits within many of todays new Brotherhoods.

Today we all over the world are witness to Governments have banned many MC Clubs, and WHY? Because a new generation have destroyed everything by doing all the shit they have done and that´s the truth - LIKE IT OR NOT. If the MC World shall survive and keep on being RESPECTED - we then have to do some inside cleaning up around many clubs in the world. When I was young and furious it took time to join a club. Today you can join a club on the net - ON THE INTERNET? It´s a fucking JOKE - and SHAME on those Clubs doing that, because your are the ones who are quilty of all this shit we see today. When you wan´t to join a MC Club you hang out with the brothers and start learning to know them, and how things work. It takes time to be a brother and a part of a Brotherhood, nothing you do day by day or over night. You have to learn to be a brother - everyone can be a so called comfortable brother and take a cut on, but it do NOT make you a brother or 1%er - HELL FUCKING NO AMIGOS. Being a biker and 1%er is a lifestyle. A lifestyle you can´t buy - your either a true 1%er or NOT - born to ride, live to ride and ride to die. Today many so called 1%er don´t even have a bike - WTF. Also do many new so called 1%er not even ride their bike to a run - they go by car and get their bikes tranported in vans - it´s a fucking joke calling them bikers by heart. In a club you ride together and you do it in a formation, that´s how a true biker rides. What we don´t need in a great MC and Biker WORLD? Wannabeeeeeeee and TV-bikers.






L&R Tony B, TBM Canada - TBM Nation.


Canada - MC & Gjengkriminalitet