December 31, 2018

Mayans M.C. Finale Twist Explained: A Fan's Investigation

Joker's Story... And The Proof

In this video, we meet with Joker for the second time to talk about his story. What he has shared with us about what he went through is something that a lot of people are having a hard time believing. I am having a hard time believing his story as well. When I searched for what he alleges happened, this isn't much that comes up. But there was one thing, and I want to talk with him about that in this video. By the end of this video, I think a lot of questions will be answered.


Hells Angels Ride!

December 30, 2018

How are Cop Killers Treated in Prison? True USP Marion Stories

Think you know how cop killers and child molesters are treated in prison? Think again. Here is the real story not the Hollywood version of prison. True stories from a Retired Guard at the supermax USP Marion.

Fentanyl in Fort Mcmurray tied to the Hells Angels

My McMurray is reporting that "The Alberta Law Enforcement Response Team (ALERT) has issued an arrest warrant for JC after they seized fentanyl and a handgun from a home in Eagle Ridge Dec. 15, 2018. The 45-year-old man is suspected of being involved in drug trafficking activities and has previous criminal convictions for similar offences. A drug trafficking investigation led the Wood Buffalo RCMP to provided assistance during the seizure which was the result of a search warrant executed at the home."

"ALERT’s Fort McMurray organized crime and gang team seized 42 grams of suspected fentanyl powder, a loaded handgun with its serial number removed along with ammunition and one person was arrested. A 37-year-old woman was arrested inside the home and charged with possession of a controlled substance for the purpose of trafficking, possession of proceeds of crime, five firearms-related offences, and causing a child to be drug endangered. There were two children living at the home where the fentanyl was found. In order to protect the children’s identity, the accused women is not being named."

I intentionally held back reporting on this until after Christmas because the guy has a little girl and it would suck being in prison for Christmas as it does for everyone who is in prison for Christmas. 42 grams isn't much and it likely wasn't within reach of the kids but Fentanyl is fatal. No one should be selling that. I realize times are tough but the bottom line is that if you want to be a Dad to your daughter you need to find another career.

I left the guy's name out of my report because I want to give the guy a chance at getting a real job. I will point out however, that this is not his first offense and that I have blogged about him before. JC received a 14 year sentence for drug trafficking in Fort McMurray where he was described as a cocaine kingpin for the Edmonton Hells Angels.

We will note that the Hells Angels convicted in that case were using their children as pawns to gain sympathy from the court. We will also note that while in prison, JC extorted a prison guard into supplying him with drugs in prison. "Johnstone testified he was checking JC's cell and the inmate blocked the door and told him he knew his address and phone number and his mother’s address. Johnstone said the large and muscular convicted cocaine kingpin then told him that if he didn’t bring in a package for him, someone would be “paying my mom and I a visit.”

Once again we have the Hells Angels using kids as pawns while they threaten other people's families to further the drug trade. Those members are what the real world refers to as POS. History has recorded that. JC is connected to Jared White who was charged in the murder of Ashley Chisholm and Patric Felix, another Fentanyl supplier in Fort Mac. This is JC's last chance. Get out now while you still can. He who lives by the sword will die by it. Word.

Canada - GO/DW.

Wild West Motorcycle Club Donates $250K

December 29, 2018

Head Hunters: Kiwi league star appears in gang video

Thats Just the Way it Is

Local Residents Livid After Hells Angels Purchase Vacant Church

December 28, 2018

Ex-Gang members life totally turned around

Last of convicted Devil's Diciples members sentenced to long or life terms

A second set of four members of the Clinton Township-based Devil Diciple’s Motorcycle Club recently received life or long sentences for their roles in the criminal enterprise.

Club vice president Paul “Pauli” Darrah, 54, of Macomb Township, and Vincent “Holiday” John Witort, 68, of Fontana, Calif., aka "West Coss boss," each received life sentences following their convictions in 2015 following a trial. Darrah, convicted of seven charges, was sentenced Nov. 30 while Witort, convicted of two charges, was sentenced Dec. 12.

Victor Castano, 46, of St. Clair Shores, received 28 years in prison on four charges, and David “D” Randy Drozdowski, 42, of Fair Haven, was sentenced to 38 years in prison on five charges in recent hearings.

All were sentenced by Judge Robert Cleland in U.S. District Court in Port Huron.
The eight defendants convicted at two 2015 trials in Detroit were found guilty of operating a criminal enterprise, or racketeering.

Previously, four other members convicted at trial were sentenced. Club president Jeff “Fat Dog” Garvin Smith, 64, of Mount Clemens, and DDMC national warlord Cary Dale “Gun Control” Vandiver, 59, of Sand Mountain, Ala., were sentenced to life in prison in November while “meth” cook Patrick Michael “Magoo” McKeoun, 59, of Birmingham, Ala., was sentenced to 31 years.

Alabama leader, Michael “Tatu” Rich, 62 of Anniston, Ala., was sentenced to 30 years.
All of the defendants convicted at trial are expected to file an appeal, and multiple offenders have already filed paperwork to do so.

In addition, more than 50 members and associates of the Devil’s Diciples pleaded guilty to various crimes as result of the investigation. Over 20 of those individuals testified against the defendants as part of deals with federal prosecutors.

The defendants were arrested in 2012 following years of investigation. Their sentencing following their convictions were delayed due to legal arguments among attorneys.

Following the sentencing of Smith, U.S. Attorney Matthew Schneider, head of the Detroit district, said: “For over three decades, the Devils Diciples spread fear, violence and their poisonous drugs throughout Michigan and the country. The extent of the crimes committed by members of this outlaw motorcycle gang is staggering, and they avoided prosecution over the years through witness intimidation and obstruction of justice at all levels.”

Federal officials said the Devil's Diciples for decades engaged in criminal activities to protect the enterprise and for financial gain. The DDMC operated regional chapters in communities throughout Michigan, as well as in Alabama, Arizona, California, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and elsewhere, federal officials said.

The headquarters building was located on Gratiot Avenue near Hall Road.
Castano's mother, Libby Leavy, told The Macomb Daily she is upset by the whole process -- that his role in the club was exaggerated, and he was mistreated in the legal process.

“It’s very disappointing to see my son go to prison for nonviolent drug-related charges for 28 years when murderers and rapists, in many instances, are sentenced to far less,” she said in an email. “The most painful thing was to watch my grandchildren suffer through six hours of prosecutors using language describing their father as some sort of monster. They wouldn’t have gone if he was a monster. They love and support their dad. He was a hard worker and great family man.”

Leavy questioned the judge giving credibility to DDMC-member witnesses who testified at the trial for which they received a benefit, and disregarding nearly all of the defense's objections to prosecutor statements at the sentencing.

“There was no chance for a better outcome,” she lamented.
Castano already served 42 months in prison for a marijuana charge a dozen years ago and then at the Devil's Diciples trial was convicted of conspiracy to distribute more than 100 kilograms of marijuana. An objection to that charge claiming double jeopardy was denied.

Castano also was convicted of conspiracy to manufacture and distribute a controlled substance, subornation of perjury via aiding and abetting, conspiracy to suborn perjury and obstruction of justice and obstruction of justice.
In addition to racketeering, Darrah was convicted of conspiracy to manufacture and distribute controls substances, distribution of methamphetamine and aiding and abetting in its distribution, conspiracy to obstruct justice through witness tampering, aiding and abetting of assault in the aid of racketeering, conspiracy to conduct an illegal gambling business (slot machines), and conspiracy to suborn perjury and obstruct justice.

Darrah forfeited more than 30 items, mostly Devil’s Diciples paraphernalia such as patches, vests, shirts, but also including seven mobile phones and a “black metal throwing star, a knife and black metal “’Batman’ knuckle blade” and one switch blade. The items were confiscated in 2004, 2008 and 2009.

Darrah’s brother, Michael Darrah of Marine City, several months ago filed a legal motion to regain the property for which he requested a court hearing.
“I feel I am legally obligated to the personal things and have all rights to them before they are disposed of,” he wrote in August.

Cleland on Wednesday dismissed the motion after Michael Darrah did not respond to a show-cause request.

In addition to racketeering, Witort was convicted of conspiracy to manufacture and distribute a controlled substance.

The judge ordered that Witort serve in a prison near his family in California.
In addition to racketeering, Drozdowski was convicted of manufacture and distribution of controlled substances, aiding and abetting in assault in the aid of racketeering, aiding and abetting in the manufacture of methamphetamine, and felon in possession of a firearm.

Drozdowski forfeited about two-dozen items, including Devil’s Diciples paraphernalia including a motorcycle helmet with stickers, T-shirts, a coin, business cards, a jacket and vest, as well as a No. 44 white Detroit Lions jersey, a digital camera and 42 shotgun shells and five rounds of other ammunition.


December 27, 2018

After Mongols Court Loss is U.S. Headed the Way of Australia

Australian MC members arrested just for wearing their cuts. After Mongols MC Court loss are U.S. anti biker laws headed the same way as those in Australia?

Motorcycle Clubs/ Are they criminal organizations?

.Mongrel Mob, Black Power should join forces to repel invaders, gang leader says Stuff co nz Goog

Fatal shooting in North Vancouver

Global is reporting that "The Integrated Homicide Investigation Team (IHIT) has been called to a North Vancouver residential building following a fatal shooting on Christmas night. One person is dead and another injured after a shooting in the 600-block of Seylynn Crescent near Keith Road and Mountain Highway at about 7:30 p.m. The building was on lockdown for a couple of hours, as dozens of police officers and a K-9 unit entered the building. Witnesses say they saw two men being escorted outside the building by police with guns drawn."

The Vancouver Sun is reporting that "Three bullet holes are seen in the passenger window of a black Range Rover while it is removed from the parkade of the Compass condo at 680 Seylynn Crescent where a shooting occurred in the parkade of the building in North Vancouver, BC, December, 25th 2018." A shooting on Christmas day? Idiots.

CTV is reporting that the victim in the fatal Christmas Day shooting was 25 year old Rock Habib-Joumaa. He is known to the police but does not have a criminal record, and the police believe the shooting was targeted. The North Shore News is reporting that "This is the second gang hit to occur within the same development. On Dec. 22, 2017, gang associate Gavinder Grewal was shot and killed in his rented penthouse on the property."

Canada - GO/DW.

December 26, 2018


December 25, 2018

London Gangster Reveals The Mob Life in Britain

December 24, 2018

Thunderstruck - Let´s Kick Some ASS.

Erstes Urteil im Bordell Prozess

united tribuns 2018
Das Landgericht Stuttgart betritt juristisches Neuland. Es nimmt erstmals einen Bordellmitarbeiter für die Gewalt gegen Prostituierte in Verantwortung. Für die anderen Angeklagten könnte es eng werden.

Es geht in dem Prozess gegen die Betreiber des FKK Paradise, dem angeblich sauberen Vorzeigebordell auf den Fildern, nicht um Fragen der Moral. Hätten in dem FKK-Club nicht die bereits verurteilten Angehörigen der Reutlinger Hells Angels und United Tribuns Stuttgart Frauen aufs Brutalste zur Prostitution gezwungen, könnte man zwar über das Weltbild der Beteiligten geteilter Meinung sein. Aber ein Fall für die Gerichte wäre das Geschehen an der Peripherie Stuttgarts nicht. Der Gesetzgeber erlaubt Prostitution. Mehr aber auch nicht.

Es geht um Straftaten und nicht um Moral
Um das Mehr geht es in dem Mammutprozess vor dem Stuttgarter Landgericht seit März. Das Gericht trägt ebenso professionell wie geduldig akribisch Puzzleteile der Wahrheit zusammen. Es geht um Straftaten, die vielleicht wirklich oft zum Rotlichtmilieu gehören, deswegen aber nicht entschuldbar sind und toleriert werden dürfen. Sie müssen vielmehr von den Betreibern mitgedacht und abgestellt werden. Die Strafkammer hat die Anklage nach langen Ermittlungen zugelassen. Nach über 40 Verhandlungstagen sieht sie sich nun bestätigt, zumindest der FKK Paradise Geschäftsführer habe von diesen Praktiken gewusst.

Hinweis an die anderen Angeklagten
Dieses erste Urteil in dem Prozess ist zugleich das bundesweit erste Urteil, das Bordellbetreiber wie Jürgen Rudloff aufgrund ausführlicher Ermittlungen in die Verantwortung nimmt. Die Verständigung zwischen Gericht, Staatsanwaltschaft und Verteidigung ist ein Kompromiss. Er macht aber deutlich: Die Schlinge um den Hals der anderen Angeklagten im Rotlichtkomplex zieht sich zu. Im Falle ihrer Verurteilung werden sie wohl die höchstrichterliche Meinung zum Urteil suchen, um die Rechtsauffassung der Stuttgarter Richter prüfen zu lassen. Auch das macht das Urteil so wegweisend.

Germany - SG.

Let´s bring some Joy and some Christmas Love

Today is THE GREAT DAY - Yes it´s Christmas day and we do hope, that all our readers will have an outstanding Christmas with their LOVEONES. We here on MC & Gjengkriminalitet wish YOU all a Merry Christmas.

Street Reapers in Fort Langley

BC Local News is reporting that "A new motorcycle gang police say is affiliated with the Hells Angels has established itself around Fort Langley. Members of the Street Reapers motorcycle club were reportedly spotted at the funeral of slain Hells Angel Chad Wilson in Maple Ridge on Saturday. “The Street Reapers are actually a motorcycle club that are closely associated and have close ties to the Hardside chapter of the Hells Angels,” said Sgt. Brenda Winpenny, spokesperson for the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit (CFSEU)."

This is an example of how completely useless the BC Gang Task Force has become after they did away with the OMGU. All they do is send out press releases saying the Hells Angels are bad bad bad but they don't lift a finger to disrupt their drug trafficking any more.

Here's the deal. I have no problem with a MC called the Street Reapers setting up shop in Fort Langley. There is room in Fort Langley for a legitimate MC. I also have no problem if the Hardside chapter of the Hells Angels set up shop in Langley or Fort Langley. I'm just saying there is no room for them in Surrey because they have abused that privileged.

If the Hells Angels want to ride, let them ride. If they want to sell pot, let them sell pot. If they want to sell crack, crystal meth or fentanyl, they can go f*ck themselves. Not in my crib or Fort Langley.

Canada - GO/DW.

Hells Angels motorcycle group hosts toy drive

ROCKFORD, Ill. (WIFR) -- The Hells Angels motorcycle group helped provide for needy families this Christmas season.

In just two days, the group came up with about 300 to 400 toys for a toy drive. At one point, the group says, they almost ran out of toys.

To get the word out, they just used word of mouth and Facebook. They say this is their first time doing a stationary toy drive because they normally drive around to different places.

Organizers say it feels good to give back to the less fortunate.
"A lot of these kids don't have anything; they don't have any presents or anything, and somebody's got to do something," said Matt Yarber with Hells Angels.


December 23, 2018

She Is Back From The Dead.

Life After 2 Life Sentences

In this video, we meet and introduce you to "Joker." A man who first began his prison sentence at 12 years old. And who would end up spending 32 years locked up. Joker's story is the most terrifying story we had ever heard. And we share this with you not to glorify any of this. But to chronicle the most insane prison story from the scariest indiviual AfterPrisonShow has ever met.

I Am Who I Am!

Corpus Christi Bandidos donate toys to Driscoll Children’s Hospital

The Corpus Christi Bandidos donated toys to Driscoll Children’s Hospital earlier this morning.

The Bandidos held toy drives at local stores around the coastal bend for children that have to spend Christmas at the hospital.

“It’s all about the kids, man. It’s Christmas time, it’s about kids and to us it’s a huge honor to us to do something for the community,” said Marty Pickett, Secretary of Bandidos Corpus Christi Chapter.

All 18 Bandidos members chipped in and filled up a 24-foot trailer with toys.


December 22, 2018

Slain biker’s life had a rough start, violent ending in St-Léonard

Sébastien Beauchamp was using hard drugs by the age of 11 and dealing soon after. He joined the Rockers, where his reckless attitude benefited the Hells Angels.
Sébastien Beauchamp was fatally shot Dec. 20 in St-Léonard. He had been a member of the Rockers biker gang.
Sébastien Beauchamp was fatally shot Dec. 20 in St-Léonard. He had been a member of the Rockers biker gang. Montreal Gazette 2004 file Photo 

When he was in Grade 7, Sébastien Beauchamp decided he no longer wanted to play by society’s rules and he walked out of a classroom while his teacher was in the middle of a lesson.

As a young teenager, Beauchamp, the 44-year-old man who was fatally shot Thursday in St-Léonard, had grown tired of the nomadic lifestyle his family was leading. As he told the Parole Board of Canada many years later, he had been transferred to six or seven schools in one year.

He described his mother as having had “a hippy philosophy” and said she left his biological father when he was a baby.
“You say that you were able to do what you want and you had no limits. At the age of 11 you began (using hard drugs),” the parole board wrote in a summary of a decision it made more than two decades ago.

At 19, Beauchamp was already serving his first federal sentence — 31 months for having either imported or exported drugs and for having severely beaten a man who had hassled a friend of his.

The summary says Beauchamp took the man’s wallet and keys and went to rob his apartment. He was arrested while he was still inside.

Beauchamp told the parole board in 1993 how, at the age of 13, he nearly emptied his mother’s home to sell items so he could buy drugs — acid and cocaine. His mother turned him in to police, and he spent 18 months in a centre for troubled youths.

By 15, Beauchamp told the parole board, he was dealing drugs to survive. He also dealt drugs while in prison.

In October 1994, just four days after his statutory release, he was recorded boasting to inmates that he was frequenting bars and using drugs despite the strict conditions imposed on his release. He then spent more time in prison for having violated his conditions.

In 1995, when his sentence expired, his troubled youth and lack of respect for the rules made him an ideal candidate for the Rockers. The underling gang was created by then-Hells Angels leader Maurice (Mom) Boucher to help him in the bloody biker war over drug turf in Quebec.
I look at the people who get up at 7 in the morning and get stuck in traffic for $10 per hour and then go home again at night. They are the ones who are crazy.”
Beauchamp came to be known as “Bass” while he was in the Rockers. Besides a reckless attitude, he also offered the Hells Angels expertise in trafficking in the drug PCP.

In 1999, he was convicted of possessing a firearm while doing “guard duty” at a hospital where the wife of a Hells Angel was being treated after an attempt on her life.

While serving that sentence, he was recorded telling a fellow Rockers member who was on the outside: “I look at the people who get up at 7 in the morning and get stuck in traffic for $10 per hour and then go home again at night. They are the ones who are crazy. It is us who are a little bit more normal.”

Like almost everyone else who was part of Boucher’s violent and vast drug trafficking network, Beauchamp was arrested in Operation Springtime 2001.

Jurors at the Gouin courthouse in 2004 heard that Beauchamp joined the Rockers in 1997 and became a full-patch member in 2000 — evidence that put him at the heart of Quebec’s biker gang war, which stretched from 1994 to 2002, during the most violent years.

Beauchamp was convicted in 2004 of drug trafficking for the benefit of a gang. The same jury acquitted him of the more serious charge that he was part of a general conspiracy to murder those whose opposed the Hells Angels.

When he was acquitted, he looked over at his defence lawyer, smiled and winked at her.
According to an affidavit in Project Magot — a more recent investigation into links among the Hells Angels, the Montreal Mafia and street gangs — Beauchamp maintained his ties to former members of the Rockers long after he finished serving the seven-year sentence he received in Operation Springtime 2001.

Beauchamp was not charged in Project Magot, but the affidavit shows police conducting surveillance on gang leader Gregory Woolley, a former member of the Rockers, often spotted Beauchamp with him.

Canada - MG.



World - MC & Gjengkriminalitet

December 21, 2018

Ist Cora Schumachers Freund noch verheiratet

Cora Schumacher
Wurde das Kölner Hells Angels Mitglied Lenox (36), der mit bürgerlichem Namen Nabil H. heißt, kürzlich noch als „Nazi-Rocker“ bezichtigt , wartet auf Instagram schon der nächste Vorwurf auf den Algerier: Er soll in festen (und ebenfalls zutätowierten) Händen sein.

Angebliche Frau meldet sich zu Wort

Seine vermeintliche Frau ist stinksauer auf das Muskelpaket: „Ich habe alles getan, damit du glücklich bist. Vergiss das nicht“ schreibt sie auf ihrem Account. Eine eindeutige Botschaft an den Hells Angel.

Im Rausch der Verletztheit erstellte sie sogar ein Spezial-Profil, auf dem sie ihre Beziehung zu dem Höllenengel mit diversen Pärchenfotos zur Schau stellt. Alles unter der Überschrift: „Lenox gehört zu mir seit Jahren“.

Kira meldet sich sogar im Fernsehen
Doch damit nicht genug. Auf Sat.1 ging die gesichtstätowierte Brünette jetzt in die Offensive, sagte in der Vorabendsendung „Endlich Feierabend“: „Ich liebe ihn immer noch, aber manche Sachen funktionieren einfach nicht.“

Sie könne die ganze Situation einfach nicht verstehen, heißt es weiter, aber: „Er war immer gut zu mir.“

Dass sich Nabil alias Lenox jetzt verliebt mit Promi-Dame Cora Schumacher zeigt, will einfach nicht in Kiras Kopf: „Es hat ihm nichts gebracht, er hat seine Frau verloren, die immer zu ihm gehalten hat, egal, was er getan hat, ich war immer für ihn da. Seine Entscheidung.“

Pärchenfotos veraltet
Auf dem normalen Account der angeblichen Hells Angels Gattin finden sich die Pärchen-Fotos aus dem neuen Profil ebenfalls wieder – allerdings wurden sie bereits im Juni hochgeladen.

Zeit für Trennung und Neuanfang wäre also gewesen. Denn Cora und ihr Lenox sind erst seit drei Monaten ein Paar.

Arbeitet Kira für Lenox?
Wie wir von einer Bekannten von Lenox erfuhren, handelt es sich bei der volltätowierten Kira „nicht um Lenox‘ Langzeitfreundin und auch nicht um seine Frau“.

Auch soll die eifersüchtige Brünette, die sogar seinen Namen und sein Geburtsdatum im Gesicht tätowiert hat, nicht die Mutter Lenox‘ neunjähriger Tochter sein. „Ich glaube, das ist eher eine, die auf eine andere Weise zu ihm gehört“, deutet die Insiderin an.

Ex-Freundinnen sahen „seriös“ aus
Die Verflossenen des Hells Angels Mitglied sollen sogar verhältnismäßig seriös ausgesehen haben. „Seine letzte Langzeitfreundin hatte keine Gesichtstattoos“, so unsere Informantin. „Auch die Mutter seiner Tochter sah eher seriös aus.“

Germany - Express.

Kronzeuge verweigert Aussage

Osmanen Germania Boxclub
Er war extra aus der Türkei eingeflogen worden – doch verweigerte nun seine Aussage. Im Stuttgarter Osmanen Prozess muss ohne die Schilderungen des ehemaligen Vizepräsidenten weiterverhandelt werden.

Stuttgart – Es war als Show-down im Stuttgarter Prozess gegen mutmaßliche Führer der verbotenen türkisch-nationalistischen Straßengang „Osmanen Germania BC“ gedacht – doch am Dienstag hat ein extra mit Freiem Geleit aus der Türkei eingeflogener Kronzeuge die Aussage verweigert. Das Stuttgarter Landgericht hatte den 30-Jährigen – ehemaliger Osmanen Germania Stuttgart Vizepräsident und Hauptbeschuldigter aus der Türkei – geladen. Nun muss es ohne dessen Aussage weiterverhandeln. Dem Mann wurde zugesagt, dass er nicht verfolgt wird, wenn er innerhalb von 15 Tagen zurückfliegt.

Angeklagt sind noch sieben mutmaßliche Mitglieder der Rockerähnlichen Gang – darunter drei, die zur weltweit höchsten Führungsebene gerechnet werden. Den Männern werden unter anderem Versuchter Mord, Versuchter Totschlag, Erpressung, Zwangsprostitution und Zuhälterei vorgeworfen. Die Haupttat im Stuttgarter Verfahren ist die Folter eines abtrünnigen Osmanen Germania in Herrenberg bei Stuttgart. Daran soll auch der Kronzeuge beteiligt gewesen sein. Das Verfahren gegen einen Angeklagten wurde am Dienstag wegen schon langer Untersuchungshaft und der zu erwartenden niedrigen Strafe eingestellt.

Germany - Stuttgarter.

Cora Schumacher liebt Hells Angel

Hells Angels Köln
Als Cora Schumacher (41) im Sommer in der TV-Show „Promi Big Brother“ einen ziemlich langweiligen Tag hatte, unterhielt sie sich mit ihrer Mitinsassin Chethrin Schulze (26, TV-Sternchen) über Männer – und geriet ins Schwärmen. Vor laufenden Kameras erzählte Cora, auf welchen Typ Mann sie steht.

So 1,89 Meter, dunkelhaarig, gut gebaut – und, wenn es geht, tätowiert. Und wenn der dann noch massieren kann … Wenn einer so ein Survivor ist, der mich in der Wildnis beschützen kann, damit kann man mich beeindrucken.“

So einen Typen hat Cora jetzt gefunden, wie „Bunte“ berichtet. Er heißt Lenox, ist 36 und von Kopf bis Fuß tätowiert – und er ist seit vielen Jahren Mitglied der Hells Angels Köln.

Er gilt als wahrer Ehrenmann, sein Wort hat Gewicht, man kann sich auf ihn verlassen.
BILD weiß: Die beiden sind ein Paar und kennen sich bereits seit mehreren Monaten. Cora soll Lenox bereits zu einem Treffen der Hells Angels begleitet haben.

Coras neuer Freund soll eine hochrangige Position bei den Hells Angels in Köln begleiten.

Germany - Bild.

Hells Angels liefern Drogen nach Hamm

Hells Angels Aachen
Jahrelang schien es so, als würde die Rocker-Szene – was kriminelle Machenschaften betrifft – um Hamm einen Bogen machen. Diese Erkenntnislage ist jetzt überholt.

Vor dem Landgericht Aachen wurde am Montag ein 29-jähriger Hammer wegen Drogenhandels zu einer Freiheitsstrafe von viereinhalb Jahren verurteilt. Kiloweise, so lautete am Ende die Überzeugung der zuständigen Strafkammer, hatte sich der Westener aus dem Umfeld der Hells Angels MC Aachen mit Marihuana eingedeckt und die Drogen – möglicherweise an Abnehmer in Hamm – weiterverkauft.

Die jeweils zwei bis vier Kilogramm schweren Lieferungen trafen zum Teil mehrmals im Monat in Hamm ein. Neun Monate florierte das Geschäft; mindestens elf Drogenpakete – die Staatsanwaltschaft war in ihrer Anklage von 14 ausgegangen – wurden an die Lippe geliefert.

Im Juni war der Fall erstmals publik geworden, als Spezialeinsatzkräfte (SEK) der Polizei im Hammer Westen zugeschlagen hatten. Der 29-Jährige wurde an jenem 13. Juni festgenommen und sein Luxussportwagen vom Typ Audi R8 von der SEK-Einheit ins Visier genommen. Parallel dazu fanden Durchsuchungen in Aachen und Bonn statt. Insgesamt wurden an dem Tag sieben Personen festgenommen. Drogen und eine Scharfe Schusswaffe wurden sichergestellt. Ein Pitbull-Terrier, der am Vereinsheim der Aachener Hells Angels auf die Einsatzkräfte zulief, wurde von den Beamten erschossen.

Weitere Ermittlungen laufen noch
Vor dem Aachener Landgericht wurde zunächst nur dem 29-jährigen Hammer, der Bruder des einstigen Gründers des Aachener Hells Angels MC Charter seit dem 13. November der Prozess gemacht. Die Ermittlungen gegen „eine Vielzahl weiterer Beschuldigter“ seien noch im Gange, sagte ein Sprecher der federführenden Aachener Staatsanwaltschaft gegenüber dem WA.

158.000 Euro an die Staatskasse
Der nach vier Verhandlungstagen verurteilte Hammer muss nicht nur für viereinhalb Jahre ins Gefängnis, sondern auch die von ihm durch die Drogenverkäufe erzielten Erlöse in Höhe von 158.000 Euro an die Staatskasse zahlen.

Der Audi R8 blieb außen vor. Den Wagen hatte er offenbar nur bei einem Autoverleih gemietet.
Seit Juni hatte er in Hagen in Untersuchungshaft gesessen. Dieser U-Haftbefehl kann gegen Hinterlegung einer Kaution von 30.000 Euro außer Kraft gesetzt werden. Die Strafhaft wird frühestens in einigen Monaten angeordnet werden.

Germany - WA.

Member of motorcycle gang sentenced to 30 months in prison for illegally possessing gun

A Spokane man and member of the Mongols outlaw motorcycle gang was sentenced to 30 months in federal prison Thursday by a federal judge. Gabriel Trinidad Lopez, 38, pleaded guilty on July 12 to a charge of illegally possessing a firearm, according to a news release from the U.S. Department of Justice.

Law enforcement officers pulled over Lopez in Spokane on Nov. 4, 2017, because of numerous traffic violations, according to the news release. Lopez told officers he had a firearm, which was illegal because he is a convicted felon. He also faces three years of probation after his sentence.


Hells Angels re-establish East Coast presence: 'They have a good footprint'

HALIFAX -- The Hells Angels have re-established an evolving presence in Atlantic Canada, although experts say they have not expanded their roster of full-patch members since first reappearing in the region more than two years ago.

Police and organized crime experts say it's not clear why the country's most powerful outlaw biker gang has not found any local prospects worthy of full membership, but confirm the Angels are retrenching after their former Halifax chapter was smashed by police in 2001.

Stephen Schneider, a criminology professor at Saint Mary's University who has written extensively on organized crime, believes the establishment of a new puppet club in the last year -- the Red Devils is a significant sign of intent.
"The Red Devils is pretty much their sort of AAA affiliate club internationally," said Schneider. "So this is a signal that the Hells Angels have not given up and that they are really serious about their presence in Atlantic Canada."

The Red Devils have set up chapters in Moncton, N.B., and in Halifax.
The members of the Halifax Red Devils chapter, which was set up in July, were recruited from two other biker clubs, the Gatekeepers and the Darksiders, according to RCMP Staff Sgt. Guylaine Cottreau of the Criminal Intelligence Service Nova Scotia.
"They were known to the Hells Angels and they came from the already existing support clubs," said Cottreau. "We have no Hells Angels prospects ... but they still have a good footprint in the province with their support clubs."

Members of the Hells Angels arrive for a national gathering in Saint-Charles-sur-Richelieu, Que., on Friday, August 10, 2018. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Graham Hughes

Cottreau said there had been a Nova Scotia prospects chapter, but it fell below six members this fall, and they've since become prospects for the Hells Angels in New Brunswick, where a Hells Angels Nomads club includes some full patch members that were transplanted to that province.

She said in addition to the Red Devils, Nova Scotia has a series of other outlaw gangs, including Darksiders clubs in Dartmouth and the Annapolis Valley, Sedition clubs in Fall River and Weymouth, and Highlanders clubs in Antigonish, Pictou County, and Cape Breton.

Experts believe the Angels are looking to expand territory and crack the drug trade in a region with several thousand kilometres of coastline, which makes it easier to import drugs.

The only so-called group of one percenters -- the elite outlaw bikers -- in Nova Scotia is the Bacchus Motorcycle Club, which appears to have reached a detente region-wide with the Angels. It was also declared a criminal organization in a July ruling by a Nova Scotia Supreme Court judge -- a move that has the potential to put a damper on its activities because it establishes tougher sentencing for crimes carried out to benefit the club.

Meanwhile, a traditional rival group for the Hells Angels, the Outlaws, has also pushed into the region with support clubs known as the Black Pistons in Fredericton and in Sydney, N.S., where they set up shop earlier this year. The Outlaws and Bacchus also operate in Newfoundland, along with several Hells Angels support clubs.
"Right now it is peaceful, however they (Outlaws) are the main rival group to the Hells Angels so there is potential there (for violence)," Cottreau said.

Schneider said he finds it surprising that the Outlaws are trying to move into Atlantic Canada after failing to emerge as a significant threat to the Hells Angels in Ontario.
"They have chutzpah I'll give them that," Schneider said. "They are still in there battling and trying to establish territory."

In Prince Edward Island there are two Bacchus club chapters and one affiliate chapter of the Hells Angels.

RCMP Cpl. Andy Cook said the Angels are down to six prospect members from 10 in P.E.I. and none of the bikers are full-patch. He said stepped up police enforcement likely led to some members leaving the club.
"Some of the incidents were probably not very attractive to the Hells Angels who are frequently trying to portray themselves in a positive light in the media," he said.

While it's believed the Port of Halifax is the main prize coveted by the Angels, police say they're not aware of any activity there.

Schneider, who recently completed a study for the federal government on organized crime in marine ports, said he hasn't seen any direct evidence either.
"I didn't see any known Hells Angels members working on the docks in Halifax, but that's not saying they aren't, or there aren't associates," he said.

Schneider said the Angels' influence has suffered setbacks through police enforcement actions such as the arrest in July of prominent New Brunswick member Emery Martin on 10 drug-related offences. However he believes it was the success of a crackdown years before against the biker group in Quebec that has had the most impact.

In April 2009, Operation SharQc resulted in 156 arrests and the closure of several of the biker gang's clubhouses, however many of the court cases eventually fell through and Schneider said the Hells Angels have seen a resurgence in Quebec that has implications for the Atlantic region.
"They are in a better position to help Atlantic Canada establish chapters and puppet clubs. Having the Red Devils set up in Moncton is significant because they are a Tier 1 puppet group that has long been associated with the Montreal chapter of the Hells Angels."

Cottreau said police are aware of the emerging threat and observed a Quebec Hells Angels presence in the region over the summer.

She said police will move to enforce the law against the Angels where and when they can.
"We are trying to disrupt and dismantle them but it is a big task. They are a pretty well established organization."

Canada - BNN.

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Kelowna Independent Soldier busted with crack, fentanyl and stolen credit cards

The Kelowna Now is reporting that "On Wednesday, RCMP executed the search warrant in the 500 Block of Valley Rd, Kelowna, where they seized fentanyl, crack cocaine, heroin, meth, over a 100 various pills as well as numerous stolen credit cards and passports. A 32-year-old male and noted member of the Independent Soldiers Gang was arrested along with a 44-year-old male associate." Bloody hell, other than Jody York, who's left? Blaze is in Boston.

As we all know the Kelowna Independent Soldiers sell drugs for the Kelowna Hells Angels and thanks to David Giles we now know that drug trafficking was approved by the local executive.

Global is reporting that the investigation “uncovered a conduit of drugs being trafficked throughout the Okanagan Valley and directly to some of Kelowna’s most vulnerable persons associated to a support shelter in Kelowna.” Dirty deeds done dirt cheap.

Canada - GO/DW.

Spreading the cheer

The local chapter of the Warlock Motorcycle Club recently hosted a party to collect toy donations for the Hibbing Salvation Army's Toys for Tots program. On Monday, they brought a sizeable delivery complete with bicycles to the drop-off location. Toy donations also came from Soldiers for Jesus MC, Northwoods Riders, Warlocks of Lake George, IRMC, Seeds of Abraham, BPMs and SOS.

Spreading the cheer
The local chapter of the Warlock Motorcycle Club recently hosted a party to collect toy donations for the Hibbing Salvation Army's Toys for Tots program. On Monday, they brought a sizeable delivery complete with bicycles to the drop-off location. Toy donations also came from Soldiers for Jesus MC, Northwoods Riders, Warlocks of Lake George, IRMC, Seeds of Abraham, BPMs and SOS.


Hand grenade left in Bandidos member's garden

A hand grenade was found in the garden of a home on Aan de Linde in Nieuwstadt on Wednesday afternoon. The home in question belongs to Harrie Ramakers, president of the Sittard chapter of outlaw motorcycle gang Bandidos, reports.

Defense's explosive ordinance disposal team disassemeled and removed the grenade from the garden. Mayor Jos Hessles of Echt-Susteren, which covers Nieuwstadt, decided to implement an emergency ordinance on the street. For the coming month, passersby on Aan de Linde can be searched as a preventative measure, the street will be guarded, and camera surveillance was installed. Traffic inhibiting measures will also be implemented on the street.

Ramakers' home was also the target of an attack in 2014. , Mayor Hessels placed the house on lockdown for three months and implemented traffic inhibiting measures and camera surveillance. A court later ruled that Hessels was not allowed to do that, according to the newspaper.

On Tuesday the court of appeal in Den Bosch ruled that individual chapters of the Bandidos can continue to exist. The Public Prosecutor called for on the outlaw motorcycle gang, but the court only partially complied. The national organization was banned, but local chapters are not covered by the ban.

Holland - BNN.

December 20, 2018

WATCH: Retired Marine stops armed robbery at Altoona bar

Altoona police said a retired Marine Corps combat veteran disarmed a man trying to rob a bar early Tuesday morning.
According to police, a black man walked into Ajay's Bar on Maple Avenue sometime around 1 a.m and attempted to rob the bar. Police said the retired Marine, who was bartending, was able to disarm the robber while he was handing over money from the cash register.

Police said the two got into a struggle, and one round was fired from the gun. Neither of them were hit by the bullet, but police said they believe the suspect has obvious facial injuries from being hit with the gun.

Police released surveillance video of the incident to their Facebook page.

Police said the bartender wasn't hurt. According to police, the would-be robber got away and fled on foot northbound across Maple Ave. A blood trail led police to the backyard of a home on not far from the bar.

The gun was recovered at the scene. According to police, the gun used in the attempted robbery was reported stolen several months ago.

Police said the man was last seen wearing a blue winter jacket, blue winter hat, jeans and a gray/red plaid scarf that covered most of his face. Police said he is 5 feet 7 inches tall and 180 pounds with an Afro-style hair cut.