December 10, 2018

Is Backroad Biker Adventures an Ex-Cop?



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

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


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

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

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

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

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

– Tatt på grunn av bildet

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

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

Vold og trusler

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

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

Frykter rekruttering

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

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

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

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

Prøver å stoppe klubben

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

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

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







Norway - TV2.

December 09, 2018

Former Hells Angel says illegal activity was discussed at Toronto Clubhouse



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

Trio arrested in Brockville in connection with biker-gang activity

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

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

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

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

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

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

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



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

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


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


Canada - BNN.



Police task force raids Hells Angels headquarters in Trois-Rivières

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

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

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

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


Canada - BNN.

December 08, 2018

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


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



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

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


Biker's Wife in Hospice/Final Days


Comancheros bikie extradited to Qld to face strangulation charges

Arrest


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

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

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

Australia - MYGC.


FBI Investigating Biker Gang in Augusta County

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

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

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


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


USA - NBC29



UN Associate gunned down in Mexico



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

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

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

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

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


Canada - GO/DW.

December 07, 2018

Forever young - Audra Mae


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


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


USA - BNN.

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


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

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


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


Thailand - BNN.

December 06, 2018

Hell's Angels Clubhouse NOT Abandoned Anymore.



About a year ago This Hell's Angels Clubhouse was abandoned due to it being a part of a crime scene investigation. So I though I would fly my drone around and get some cool shots of the logo inside the pool and on the wall. But immediately upon arrival, I disturbed one of the bikers inside. He found me across the field and politely asked me to fly my drone elsewhere. In which I was polite in return and still got a good story out of the whole thing.

Mongols MC & Pagans Ferdinand Augello #SAVETHEPATCH


Gangsters out vindicated by the ghost of David Giles



Kim Bolan is reporting that the lawyer for the Hells Angels recently made a huge blunder in the civil forfeiture trial implicating one of their clients. Either that or they just threw one of their own under the bus again. Perhaps it's David Giles' payback from the grave.

I'm not going to name anyone directly or indirectly. I'm just going to say have a read of Kim Bolan's article. It vindicates this blog once again and ties in with the Britney Irving murder.

In case you missed it let's review the David Giles declaration and the transitive axiom of equality. David Giles stated that not every member of the Hells Angles is involved in criminal activity but anyone who uses the name of the club for criminal activity needs to have that activity approved by the local executive. David Giles was the vice president of the Kelowna chapter he was not the president. Yet David Giles told under cover officers that his Panama drug deal had approval of the chapter. If A=B And B=C Then A=C. Do the math.

Not that it matters because gang enforcement in BC is compromised and absolutely nothing will be done about it in this life but it's always nice to be vindicated after the fact. Perhaps this post will magically disappear but the facts will not disappear. History has recorded them. To this end I shall once again reiterate a poem by Bobby Sands called The Rythm of Time:

"There’s an inner thing in every man, Do you know this thing my friend? It has withstood the blows of a million years, And will do so to the end.

It was born when time did not exist, And it grew up out of life, It cut down evil’s strangling vines, Like a slashing searing knife.

It lit fires when fires were not, And burnt the mind of man, Tempering leandened hearts to steel, From the time that time began.

It wept by the waters of Babylon, And when all men were a loss, It screeched in writhing agony, And it hung bleeding from the Cross.

It died in Rome by lion and sword, And in defiant cruel array, When the deathly word was ‘Spartacus’ Along with Appian Way.

It marched with Wat the Tyler’s poor, And frightened lord and king, And it was emblazoned in their deathly stare, As e’er a living thing.

It smiled in holy innocence, Before conquistadors of old, So meek and tame and unaware, Of the deathly power of gold.

It burst forth through pitiful Paris streets, And stormed the old Bastille, And marched upon the serpent’s head, And crushed it ‘neath its heel.

It died in blood on Buffalo Plains, And starved by moons of rain, Its heart was buried in Wounded Knee, But it will come to rise again.

It screamed aloud by Kerry lakes, As it was knelt upon the ground, And it died in great defiance, As they coldly shot it down.

It is found in every light of hope, It knows no bounds nor space It has risen in red and black and white, It is there in every race.

It lies in the hearts of heroes dead, It screams in tyrants’ eyes, It has reached the peak of mountains high, It comes searing ‘cross the skies.

It lights the dark of this prison cell, It thunders forth.

Canada - GO/DW.

Mongols’ Defense: A Club Can’t Conspire With Itself

SANTA ANA, Calif. (CN) — A defense attorney for the Mongol Nation motorcycle club told a California jury Tuesday that federal prosecutors had not presented any evidence that the club ever violated racketeering laws or engaged in a conspiracy — indeed, he said, it could not be convicted of conspiracy because an entity cannot conspire with itself.
“There’s no evidence that the Mongol Nation conspired to do anything,” Joseph A. Yanny told the Orange County jury in his closing arguments.
“There are individual members” who have committed crimes, he acknowledged, but “there’s no evidence at all that the club joined in those activities.”

He said the club itself cannot be held liable for “isolated incidents committed by boneheads.”
Yanny described the prosecution of his client — which began with undercover investigations going back 20 years — as persecution of the largely Latino club by corrupt agents of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. He implored the jury to “send a message that this type of prosecution against these men has got to stop.”

Assistant U.S. Attorney Christopher M. Brunwin countered that the Mongol Nation as a body encourages and rewards crime. “They are a violent organization that attacks people, that kills people and that distributes drugs,” he said during rebuttal.
“This is what they do,” Brunwin said as he displayed a photo of a man beaten to death by Mongols. “This is what they brag about. This is what they’re proud of.”
He said the Mongol Nation even rewards members who kill people on its behalf with special patches to sew onto their biker vests, including one he called a “murder patch.” It shows a skull-and-crossbones with a capital “M” on the skull’s forehead.





He scoffed at Yanny’s explanation that the M merely stands for Mongols.

Brunwin and co-counsel Assistant U.S. Attorney Steven R. Welk charged the Mongol Nation, as an “unincorporated association,” with violating the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act and conspiracy to commit racketeering.

They have not charged any individuals with crimes. As Yanny told the jury at the beginning of the trial (link is external), “No one is going to jail out of this trial.”

In a 2008 case, however, 79 Mongols and associates pleaded guilty to racketeering and other crimes.
A major goal of the current case is to seize, through criminal forfeiture, the gang’s trademark to its distinctive main patch, which full members wear on the back of their vests. The design shows the word “Mongols” in an arc above what has been described as “a cartoonish depiction of a Genghis Khan-like character” riding a motorcycle and waving a sword.


If the prosecutors succeed, “no member of the gang would be allowed to wear the trademark that we believe is synonymous with the group,” a representative of the U.S. Attorney’s Office has said.

Prosecutors are also seeking a fine and forfeiture of the club’s assets.

A significant but technical legal issue facing the jury is whether the Mongol Nation as an entity can be guilty of racketeering and conspiracy to engage in racketeering with itself.

Under the federal RICO Act, a “person,” including a corporation or association, can be charged with a crime only for engaging racketeering activities with an “enterprise.”

Brunwin and Welk say that criminal enterprise is the larger Mongol biker gang, of which the formal Mongol Nation is only a piece.

At one point in the case, U.S. District Judge David O. Carter ruled that “there is no meaningful distinction” between the two, but he was reversed in July 2017 by the Ninth Circuit.

On Monday morning, Carter instructed the jury that prosecutors must prove the Mongol Nation and the Mongol gang are distinct entities. The Mongol Nation cannot be guilty of racketeering, the judge said, if there is only one entity.

Therefore, Yanny later told the jury, “If you find that there is no distinction, we can all go home. You just find the defendant not guilty.”

After all, he argued, “Where did you hear testimony that the Mongol Nation is separate from the Mongol gang? I don’t remember any testimony like that during the government’s case.”

In his closing argument Monday, Welk argued (link is external) that only Mongols who have risen through the ranks to earn the right to wear the complete insignia patch on their vests are members of the Mongol Nation. Citing the group’s detailed, written constitution, he said that other associates, prospects and “hang-arounds” are only part of the gang but not “full-patch” Mongols.

Yanny scoffed at the distinction. “They’re all members; they’re just members with different degrees of rights and responsibilities,” he said. “They all pay dues,” and they all owe loyalty to the club.

Although they can’t vote on club business, men in the process of earning a patch do attend the group’s meetings to assist the full-patch members by guarding the motorcycles and running errands.
Brunwin countered that the Mongol Nation is a legal person because it can, and does, own property, specifically its trademarks in the patch design. Other members of the broader gang have no property interests in the trademarks, he said.

The prosecutor spent most of his rebuttal, however, recalling evidence of several violent crimes attributed to Mongols, including the murder of a Hells Angels leader in San Francisco, beatings and knifings of enemies or men they believed had insulted them, and a deadly brawl between a large number of Mongols and Hells Angels in Laughlin, Nev., in 2002.
“Is this an organization that conspires to commit murder?” Brunwin asked. “You bet it is, and you heard it over and over” from witnesses and from Mongols themselves in audio and video recordings played during the five-week trial.

He ended by recounting again for the jury the death of local police officer Shaun Diamond, allegedly killed when Mongol David Martinez fired a shotgun as police broke down Martinez’s door at 4 a.m. in October 2014 to serve a search warrant. A slug from the shotgun entered the back of Diamond’s head and came out through his mouth as his partner watched, Brunwin said.


USA - BNN.

Pagans guitar maker Freddy Augello sentenced to life plus 30 years in April Kauffman murder at Shore


MAYS LANDING, N.J. — Freddy Augello finally got his chance to speak his mind in court on Wednesday, and the Jersey Shore Pagans motorcycle club leader, guitar maker, and convicted murderer blamed the 2012 killing of April Kauffman on two other men: one who testified against him and another who died of an overdose years ago.
“I’m not John Gotti," he told Superior Court Judge Bernard DeLury.

DeLury was undeterred. After listening to Augello for more than 20 minutes — a speech the prosecutor later called “the ramblings of a man who’s going to spend the next 55 years in jail” — he sentenced Augello, 62, to life in prison for being the leader of a drug ring, and 30 years for murder.

Augello would not be eligible for parole unless he lived to age 117. He plans an appeal of the verdict.
 
The sentencing ended the long drama of the April Kauffman murder, a crime set in motion by her husband, endocrinologist James Kauffman, who had also been charged with murder but hanged himself inside a Hudson County jail cell.

Atlantic County Prosecutor Damon Tyner said after the verdict that the only things remaining unknown in the murder-for-hire scheme was the location of the gun used to kill Kauffman inside her bedroom -- and why authorities and others did nothing to solve the case for nearly six years.
“Shame on anyone who sat on their hands and did nothing while being content to allow murderers to go free, to walk the streets of our county,” Tyner said.

April Kauffman was an outspoken radio host and veterans advocate who counted politicians, police officers, and numerous veterans among her friends and admirers. Prosecutors believe that she was trying to divorce James Kauffman, and that he wanted her killed to protect his assets and to prevent her from revealing a drug ring he was running with members of the Pagan Outlaw Motorcycle Gang.

Augello downplayed the extent of the drug operation, which prosecutors said revolved around Kauffman’s medical office.
“It was not a drug ring,” he said. “It was a drug-addict ring.”

He accused Tyner of exploiting the case to advance a political career. Before the sentencing, the judge dismissed a motion to set aside the verdict, saying he found no evidence the Prosecutor’s Office had withheld exculpatory evidence, as one current and two former employees of the office have contended.

Despite his impassioned speech to the judge, in which he said he felt “horrible” for what Kauffman’s daughter, Kimberly Pack, has gone through, but denied any connection to the murder, Augello showed little reaction to the sentence as he was led out of the courtroom.

At the trial, Joseph Mullholland testified that he drove the man recruited to do the killing for “the doc” — identified as Francis Mulholland — to Linwood on the day of the murder. Joseph Mulholland pleaded guilty to drug offenses but has not been sentenced. Francis Mullholland died after taking a lethal dose of heroin, which Augello said he believed had been given to him by Joseph Mulholland.
“I didn’t murder Mrs. Kauffman,” he said. “I didn’t send anyone to murder Mrs. Kauffman. This whole thing is a farce. There’s no justice for April until you can dig Francis Mulholland out of his grave.”

Pack detailed the dark years that have followed her mother’s murder, her life dogged by rumors and the burden of the unsolved crime in the death of a woman she said was her best friend.
“I do not wish anyone ill will in this case,” she said. "I am just so sad. "

Friends of Augello filled the courtroom and said they did not believe Augello had a role in the murder or was a drug kingpin as described by prosecutors.
“I’ve watched him build guitars," said Anna Caulk, who said she’d been friends with Augello for 40 years, first meeting as fellow motorcycle riders in South Jersey. “If it’s the world’s biggest drug ring, where’s the money? They didn’t follow the money trail. Freddy didn’t have a dime.”


USA - BNN.

Drapsdømd Bandidos-medlem dømd for nye drapstruslar

Bandidos-medlemmen i Stavanger var sett fri på prøve frå fengselet i fjor, under føresetnad av at han skulle halde seg unna det kriminelle motorsykkelmiljøet. Men i mai i år trua han ein mann på livet for å få han til å endre forklaringa si rett før ei rettssak i Sunnmøre tingrett.

Sunnmøringen hadde då gått til det uvanlege steget å legge alle kort på bordet overfor politiet i ei grov valdtektssak i miljøet.

Det fall ikkje i smak i det kriminelle motorsykkelmiljøet. Målet med drapstruslane i Sandnes var ifølgje dommen å unngå at folk i miljøet på Sunnmøre skulle bli dømde i saka.
– Slike saker er viktige fordi folk skal kunne vere fri til å forklare seg for retten, utan å få truslar i samband med det, seier politiadvokat Terese Braut Våge, som var aktor i saka.

Oppsøkte onkelen

I dommen frå Jæren tingrett kjem det fram at 43-åringen i mai blei kontakta av ein annan i motorsykkelmiljøet, og beden om å ta affære.

15. mai troppa han difor opp hos onkelen til sunnmøringen, som var busett i Sandnes. Der trua han onkelen til å ringe fetteren sin, og forklarte at dersom han ikkje trekte eller endra forklaringa si, ville det få alvorlege konsekvensar.

Retten meiner det i realiteten innebar truslar om vald eller drap.

Bur på hemmeleg adresse

Truslane sette likevel ingen stoppar for sunnmøringen. Under rettssaka om den grove valdtekta tidlegare i år forklarte han seg, med eit stort politioppbod til stades, om kva som hadde skjedd. Det førte til at fire menn blei dømde til fengselsstraffer, den lengste på 7 1/2 år.
Marit Lomundal Sæther står utenfor Tinghuset
Forsvarar Marit Lomundal Sæther seier sunnmørsmannen ikkje ønskjer å uttale seg om saka. Han har gått under jorda etter drapstruslane, og bur på hemmeleg adresse.
Foto: Siv Sandvik / NRK
Sjølv har han gått i dekning, bur han på hemmeleg adresse og forklarte i retten at han frykta for livet.

Han ønskjer ikkje å uttale seg om dommen mot han som trua han på livet, og advokat Marit Lomundal Sæther ønskjer heller ikkje å kommentere saka.

Tidlegare drapsdømd

Bandidos-medlemmen er tidlegare dømd ei rekkje gongar, og hausten 2012 dømde Jæren tingrett han til i seks og eit halvt år etter å ha skote ein annan mann i hovudet på kloss hald i Rogaland.

I fjor blei han sett fri etter å ha sona mesteparten av drapsdommen, men blir no fengsla på nytt i 1 år og 4 månader. Forsvarar Sol Elden, som representerer 43-åringen, skriv i ei tekstmelding at dei ikkje er samde i konklusjon eller straffeutmåling, og vurderer å anke saka.


Norway - NRK.

December 05, 2018

Bandidos-topp: – Alt er tolket i verste mening

Metkel Betew og den tidligere Bandidos-toppen Lars Harnes, er tiltalt for drapsforbund og drapsforsøk på Imran Saber i 2015. Begge ble frikjent for de to tiltalepunktene i Oslo tingrett før påske i år.

Et flertall av dommerne landet blant annet på at det ikke var tilstrekkelig bevist at Nokas-dømte Betew leide inn Harnes til å drepe Saber. Dette til tross for at Harnes ble pågrepet i Sabers garasje med en ladd pistol med lyddemper.
– Jeg er frikjent av tingretten for drapsforbund og drapsforsøk, og jeg ser ikke noen annen utvei nå heller. Jeg ser fram til å nyte livet med kona og å kjøre motorsykkel neste sommer, sier Harnes til TV 2 tirsdag.

Tirsdag skal anken over frifinnelsene for overlagt drapsforsøk og drapsforbund opp for Borgarting lagmannsrett. Harnes mener det er hans bakgrunn som gjør at påtalemyndigheten ikke vil slippe saken.
– Jeg var i den garasjen for å komme til enighet med Saber, for å løse et problem på vegne av en bekjent. Alt er tolket i verste mening. Ikke på grunn av det jeg har gjort nå, men fordi jeg er den jeg er.

Den tidligere Bandidos-toppen er blant annet tidligere dømt for frihetsberøvelse og tortur, samt at han er blitt tatt på fersken under ran av en verditransport på Aker Brygge.

Tiltalen mot Betew og Harnes som er en del av den såkalte mafiasaken i Oslo, også kjent som Sult-saken, omfatter innførsel av store mengder narkotika, planer om et spektakulært ran på Oslo lufthavn og drapsforsøk på Iram Saber. Saken hadde 13 tiltalte, som hadde ulike roller og innblanding i de forskjellige tiltalemomentene, da den gikk i tingretten.

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New Cosa Nostra Boss arrested in Italy

AP News is reporting that "Italian authorities said Tuesday they had dismantled the rebuilt upper echelons of the Mafia in the Sicilian capital by arresting 46 people, including the man presumed to have taken over as provincial kingpin after the death of “boss of bosses” Salvatore “Toto” Riina. Based on wiretaps, police determined that Settimo Mineo was elected head of a reconstructed “cupola,” or provincial mob commission, during a May 29 meeting of clan leaders in Palermo. It was the first time clan leaders had gathered in such a forum for years, and followed Riina’s November 2017 death, prosecutors said."

"Italy’s chief anti-Mafia prosecutor, Federico Cafiero de Raho, said the election of Mineo, 80, was significant because it showed that the center of power of Cosa Nostra had shifted to Palermo. Under Riina, its longtime base was Corleone, the Sicilian town made famous by writer Mario Puzo when he used Corleone as the main character’s name in his 1969 novel The Godfather.”


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Polizei stellt 1 Tonne Koks sicher

„Dieser Schlag gegen die Organisierte Kriminalität hat gesessen: Gratulation, Polizei Hamburg zu diesem beeindruckenden Erfolg!“.

Innensenator Andy Grote (50, SPD) auf Twitter.
Am Freitag wurde klar, was für dicke Fische den Rauschgift-Fahndern ins Netz gegangen sind: Sie beschlagnahmten mehr als eine Tonne Kokain aus Brasilien im Wert von bis zu 200 Millionen Euro, ein Kilo Marihuana und 170 000 Euro in bar!

Der Schnee-Fall der Hamburger Polizei
Donnerstagnachmittag. Fahnder beobachten am Billhorner Röhrendamm im Hamburger Stadtteil Rothenburgsort nahe der Elbbrücken drei Deutsche (40, 40, 49), einen Italiener (28) und einen Polen (43) beim Entladen eines Containers. Als gut 1000 Pakete mit jeweils einem Kilo Kokain raus sind, schlagen schwer bewaffnete SEK-Beamte zu.

Wer ist die Drogen-Bande?
Im Mittelpunkt steht nach Ermittlungen der Polizei Martin P. (39) aus der Hafen-City, ein führendes Mitglied der Hells Angels Hamburg Harbor City. Er wurde am Donnerstag ebenso festgenommen wie seine mutmaßlichen Komplizen aus Rothenburgsort, hinzu kamen ein Pole (45) und ein Deutscher (25).

Gegen P. hatte die Polizei bereits im Februar ermittelt. Doch damals floppte eine Razzia. Es wurden nur 20 Gramm Marihuana sichergestellt. Die Ermittler blieben jedoch dran. Nun der Riesen-Erfolg!
Wie läuft der Drogenschmuggel?

Zoll-Sprecher Stephan Meyns: „Wir verzeichnen in den vergangenen Jahren einen deutlichen Anstieg der Kokain-Sicherstellungen in Norddeutschland. Das meiste kommt aus Süd- und Mittelamerika, die großen Mengen werden hauptsächlich im Seeverkehr nach Europa transportiert.“
Erst Anfang dieses Monats hatten Zöllner rund 200 Kilo Koks im Hafen sichergestellt, es war zwischen Kaffee versteckt. Der Hafen ist seit Jahren die Drehscheibe der Drogen-Mafia! Steckt sie auch hinter den jüngsten Schießereien in Hamburg?

Fakt ist: Um den lukrativen Drogenhandel tobt seit Monaten ein blutiger Krieg. Jüngste Höhepunkte: Beim Einkaufszentrum Wandsbek Quarree wurde am 10. Oktober ein Albaner (39) niedergeschossen, drei Männer flüchteten. Polizeisprecherin Heike Uhde: „Nach den ersten Erkenntnissen könnten Streitigkeiten im Zusammenhang mit Betäubungsmitteln Hintergrund der Tat sein.“
Am 2. November fiel dann auf der Wandsbeker Chaussee ein Aserbaidschaner (42) mit einem Bauchschuss aus einem Jeep. Das Opfer und seine beiden Begleiter äußern sich nicht zu den Hintergründen.

Denn Schweigen gilt im Rockermilieu als eiserne Regel.


Germany - Bild.

December 04, 2018

US Attorney’s Embarrassing Closing at Mongols MC Trial

Closing arguments in the US v. Mongols Nation, the trial in which the US government is trying to assert control over the club’s Patch and other trademarks through forfeiture, occurred today (12/03/2018) and according to an anonymous source observing the trial, “the strategy is clear- motorcycle culture and traditions are on trial…Assistant US Attorney Steven Welk’s behavior is nothing less than tragic and embarrassing.”

The government’s goal in this case is to take a motorcycle club’s identity by giving law enforcement the legal right to force members to forfeit their colors and property bearing the Mongols MC marks. The jury now is deliberating on the guilt phase of the trial. Their decision could potentially impact the entire motorcycle club world and also limit the fundamental rights of freedom of expression and association for all Americans.

Welk’s Closing Argument


“US Attorney Welk’s entire argument is framed around the outright mocking of motorcycle culture,” says the trial observer.

“US Attorney Welk directly attacked former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura, self- defense Laws, men that stand their ground instead of running like coward, and even the love and dedication women in the motorcycle world show their men.”

“It’s clear- motorcycle culture is on trial. If someone attacks you, the government wants you to retreat like a coward, and call the police. The government is trying to make it part of a crime if bikers don’t conform to their own set of morals and values,” says the trial observer.

“The US Attorney wants to dictate whether a biker ok lady should be allowed to wear a property vest, of her own free will. If not, the Department of Justice will try to make you pay, not only with criminal charges, but with the cruel and unusual punishment of having to listen to US Attorney Welk ramble on about it for hours, while laughing alone to his own jokes…and it’s an awkward, nerve-cringing laugh too. Oh God, please make him stop,” says the observer.

“Finally, at 3:37pm, after US Attorney Welk spent almost the entire day basking in the personal excitement of listening to his own whiny voice, in between his grunty, self- loving laughter (…everyone stood puzzled as to what could possibly be funny), the Department Of Justice finished their closing argument. The jury…sat up in their chairs, and seemed gleeful that the torture had ended.”

Defense Attorney Joseph Yanny’s Closing


According to the trial observer, Yanny’s closing set the burden of proof and gave an inspiring history on the founding fathers and power of the jury.

Yanny has previously conceded that some members had committed crimes, but said those men had been kicked out for violating rules against bringing trouble down on the the club. Yanny has also maintained that in some violent incidents Mongols simply acted in self-defense or in defense of others. 1

Who more effectively made their argument? Soon, the decision will be in the hands of the 12 people whos opinion matters the most in this phase of the case.

First Amendment Implications


Predictably the government’s argument is based around a stereotype crafted by making generalizations about motorcycle club culture based on the actions of the few. In this case, the actions of individuals that have long ago been prosecuted. In fact, if the jury brings back a verdict of guilty no one will go to jail. But they would lose their right to express their association to the Mongols MC. This violates the fundamental concepts of personal guilt and freedom of expression.

There is “no evidence that by merely wearing [1% motorcycle club] “colors,” an individual is “involved in or associated with the alleged violent or criminal activity of other [1% motorcycle club] members. It is a fundamental principle that the government may not impose restrictions on an individual “merely because an individual belong[s] to a group, some members of which committed acts of violence.” In fact, the Supreme Court has long “disapproved governmental action . . . denying rights and privileges solely because of a citizen’s association with an unpopular organization.” Healy v. James, 408 U.S. 169, 185-86 (1972).

To permit [law enforcement] to impose restrictions on any person “who wears the insignia of [a 1% club], without regard to or knowledge of that individual’s specific intent to engage in the alleged violent activities committed by other members, is antithetical to the basic principles enshrined in the First Amendment and repugnant to the  fundamental doctrine of personal guilt that is a hallmark of American jurisprudence.” 2

Precedent


The outcome of this trial is likely a looking-glass into the future of the government’s one- sided war against motorcycle clubs. Australia, Europe, and Canada have all focused on various strategies to make motorcycle club membership illegal. The MPP believes that trademark forfeiture is American law enforcement’s attempt to achieve the same outcome. None of those countries have a 1st Amendment. If the government succeeds in this case, our fundamental understanding of the protections the 1st Amendment provides will be completely rewritten.

Of course, this case is in a district court. Precedent will not be created until the decision is ultimately appealed and decided by a higher court. Regardless, even success at the district court level will embolden the US Attorney’s office to employ this strategy against other motorcycle clubs and ultimately other organizations.


Sources
1 courthousenews.com, Courthouse News Service, Feds Pull Out All the Stops Against Mongols Biker Gang, November 1, 2018´


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Chuck Jines' Broken Moral Compass



Chuck Jines the desert rat has been stalking me all over social media talking about MY broken moral compass. Well I think there are more than enough broken moral compasses out there to go around. I won't converse with this racist about my moral compass. Ya'll can if ya'll want to do it. Have at it.

Trial Wraps Up in U.S. Attempt to Yank Motorcycle Club Trademark

A federal prosecutor Monday told jurors who were “witnesses to a lengthy parade of cruelty” for the past five weeks in a trial against a Los Angeles-based motorcycle club that they should vote to yank Mongol Nation’s trademark while the organization’s attorney argued it has been targeted because its membership is primarily Mexican-American.
“Over the past five weeks you’ve been witness to a lengthy parade of cruelty,” Assistant U.S. Attorney Steven Welk said of the evidence presented of the club’s criminal history since its founding in 1969.

For the first time, federal prosecutors are trying to get a motorcycle club found guilty of racketeering and conspiracy to commit racketeering in order to have its trademark taken away. It would mean the club’s motorcyclists could no longer wear the patches they wear on their “cuts,” slang for leather jackets.
 
Welk argued that the club’s members commit a range of crimes from drug trafficking to murder, all in service to the organization and at the direction of its leaders.

He argued that “for the most part innocent civilians” are often the ones who become the club’s victims because they “had the misfortune to encounter members of this defendant organization.”

Mongol Nation’s members have a “twisted sense of honor” in its “codes” of conduct “that are inconsistent with the rules of civilized society,” Welk argued.


The trial featured about 40 witnesses, including former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura, and about 200 exhibits, Welk noted.

The patches Mongols wear on their leather jackets are meant to be “messages and signals” to rival gang members and even the general public that Mongols should be feared.
“A Hell’s Angel knows what that patch means,” Welk said. “When they see that Road King vest with a skull-and-crossbones patch they know what he did, that he killed… for his gang.”

A “civilian” might not quite understand the specific meaning of a “murder patch” featuring the skull-and-crossbones, Welk argued, but they get the general idea and are often the victims when they “offend” a Mongol.
“Their trigger mechanism is shockingly low,” Welk said. “So those (patches) are powerful, not just to the men who want to wear them, but to everyone.”

Welk noted that Mongols are instructed to not wear their leather jackets with patches in a car, and when they drive a car they are taught to fold them in a way to conceal their affiliation with the club from police.
“It’s all about protecting themselves because they are a paranoid organization,” Welk argued. “They’re fearful and deeply suspicious of the government.”

Even if one of its members gets a motorcycle stolen they are told to not report the crime, but to instead report the vehicle missing so if it’s found they can retrieve it, Welk said. Instead, the Mongols would rather investigate a theft of their property on their own, he added.
“They consider themselves a law unto themselves,” Welk said.

The club’s wives and girlfriends are considered “property,” Welk said. And the gang is noted for its prejudice against African-Americans, Welk argued.

Welk argued that Ventura testified that when his fellow club members were about to discuss any illicit activity he would leave the room so as not to be tied up with it.
“He was like I didn’t care, I didn’t know about it, I wasn’t going to jail,” Welk said. “And that’s messed up.”
Ventura told City News Service after his testimony that he considered the government’s attempts to seize the club’s trademark as a threat to the First Amendment.
“This is bigger than the Mongols club,” Ventura said. “You’ve got the government… telling you what you can and cannot wear.”

He added, “The First Amendment is to protect unpopular speech… Some people may think the Mongols are horrible, but they still have equal rights under the Bill of Rights… Who’s next? The Shriners? Where does it end? It’s a First Amendment issue top to bottom.”

Ventura said he didn’t know anything about the crimes federal prosecutors have alleged over the years.
“They did not have that when I was in it,” Ventura said of his active membership in the gang, beginning in the early 1970s when the ex-Navy SEAL returned home from the service.
“There are cops who break the law, so do you devalue the whole police force?” Ventura said.

Ventura said he wears a denim jacket he received as Mongol when he goes out motorcycling.
“That’s how old I am,” the 67-year-old Ventura said with a chuckle.

Ventura wondered what would happen if the government wins its case.
“Are they going to stop the 38th governor of Minnesota and take his jacket?” Ventura said.

Attorney Joseph A. Yanny argued that the government’s case is “the best book of fiction I’ve ever heard in my life.
”Yanny said the government went after his client for racial reasons.
“I believe this group has been targeted because they have a lot of Mexican-Americans in there,” Yanny said.

Yanny argued that much of the government’s case rests on testimony and quotes from documentaries from former members who made plea deals with prosecutors.
“People will sign anything to get a better deal for themselves,” Yanny said, adding that one former head of the club denied in his testimony that he did any of the crimes he pleaded guilty to.
“And they all got less time,” he said of the 70 some former members who have pleaded guilty in cases stemming from undercover investigations in which FBI and ATF agents infiltrated the club.
“It’s time to send a message for sure to the ATF and U.S. government,” Yanny said. “They shouldn’t afflict people this way.”

Yanny argued that the members who have committed crimes were kicked out for violating “zero tolerance” policies against illicit activity that draws the attention of law enforcement. Yanny even argued that one member convicted of murder was wrongly convicted and that he would like to help the man win his appeals.
“Rogue acts happen,” Yanny said. “Individual men have been convicted.”

Yanny accused federal prosecutors of taking the “wrongful acts of a few individuals” and escalate it to a “group conviction.”
“These are ordinary people,” he said of his clients. “They are hardworking people. You don’t see the Hell’s Angels here. You see the Mongols and minorities are easy to pick on and they typically don’t fight like these guys do.”


USA - BNN.

New charges in Hells Angels shooting, assault in Augusta County

(video (link is external)) --- AUGUSTA COUNTY, Va. (WHSV) — There are new charges for two members of the Hells Angels biker gang in connection to a shooting at the Augusta County Hometown Inn back in September.
 
Dominick J. Eadicicco and Anthony Vincent Milan were each charged with attempted murder and use of a firearm in commission of a felony. The two are also each facing a charge of malicious wounding and use of a firearm in commission of a felony.

Seven members have been charged in connection to the incident, (link is external) but not all were charged with attempted murder. Five members were charged in connection to the shooting and assault, and two members were charged in connection to drugs found at the hotel.
"We did separate it out by what we believe each individual's action is," said Tim Martin, Augusta County Commonwealth's Attorney. "So we believe that for these two, there was probable cause to support this indictment, so that's why we sought it for these two guys."

Martin says these charges came later than the previous charges because of the time it took to review the evidence.


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Voldstiltalt skal ha hatt 50 løpegutter

En norskpakistaner som av politiet beskrives som en sentral skikkelse i Oslos kriminelle miljø, er tiltalt for over ti forhold, blant annet for vold og trusler.

34-åringen, som er tidligere Young Guns-medlem, er tiltalt for grov vold mot to personer, trusler mot en rekke personer, deriblant en politimann, samt grovt bedrageri og ulovlig våpenbesittelse, skriver Aftenposten. Mannen nekter straffskyld.

Da mannen ble varetektsfengslet i juni, beskrev Oslo-politiet ham som en sentral skikkelse i hovedstadens kriminelle miljøer.

Ifølge Aftenpostens kilder i det belastede ungdomsmiljøet i Groruddalen i Oslo, skal 34-åringen ha om lag 50 løpegutter på Vestli. 34-åringens forsvarer, Trygve Staff, ønsker ikke å kommentere avisens opplysning.
Norskpakistaneren skal fram 2015 ha vært Young Guns-medlem, men havnet i konflikt med flere i den kriminelle gjengen. I sommer skal han ha blitt avbildet med en av toppene i MC-klubben Satudarah, skriver avisen.

34-åringen er blant en av fire menn som er tiltalt i saken som starter i Oslo tingrett 10. desember.


Norway - NTB.

December 03, 2018

Warlocks Rising The Hard Life Episode 1


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December 02, 2018

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The "Union" Thailand


Slut med idioter, som kommer til Thailand og får sig et Full Patch uden, at have gået nogen form for Prospect-tid eller har kendskab til hvordan og hvorledes MC-miljøet i Thailand fungerer.

The "Union" blev officielt etableret i sidste måned, og består af flere store Internationale MC-Klubber.

The "Union" er blevet etableret på baggrund af, at man nu ønsker, at få styr på alle disse wannabe-bikers, som kommer og tror de bare skal have sig et Full Patch, og så tror de kan kalde sig for en Hard Core 1%er.

Det skal nu og for altid være slut med disse idioter, og endnu mere slut med alt hvad der har med Patch-Jumping at gøre, og derfor har flere store Internationale MC-Klubber i samarbejde nu valgt, at etablere "The Union", som man teoretisk kan kalde en form for Biker-Politi.

The "Union" er også etableret for at vise de Thailandske og Australske myndigheder, at man selv kan holde styr på tingene og holde orden i MC-miljøet, for de Australske myndigheder har igennem flere måneder lagt et stort pres på MC-Klubberne i Thailand og forsøger ihærdigt, at få ødelagt fristedet Thailand for alle MC-Klubber.

Fremover må samtlige klubber indrette sig efter "The Union`s" regler, og fejler man får man straks det GULE kort, og vil blive indkaldt til et møde i "The Union". Der vil man så få klar besked om at indrette sig efter de regler som gælder, og forstår man ikke det budskab - så må man tage konsekvenserne af det, for nu er man i Thailand så træt af alle problemerne de NYE har skabt.

CITAT: Anonym Norsk 1%er
"Vi er møkka lei alle disse hobbybikerne som går ut på bar i full patch å tror de er noe til Sons of Anarcky. Samt klubber som popper opp uten at de presenterer seg, samt spør om det er greit at de kan få starte opp en ny klubb. Det er egentlig mer en nok klubber som det er. Så folk som er seriøs kan lett finne seg en som passer for de, for så å gå Prospekttiden å lære om hvordan ting fungerer her borte. Slutt på tullinger som trer på seg 1% merke å full patch uten å Ane en dritt hvordan ting her borte fungerer. Bare tror det er fritt frem å slå på stortromma å tro de er ekte Bikere forde de har fått seg en patch for å fylle på med mest mulig folk i enkelte klubber her. Søppel og dritt er det mer en nok av i alle fall. Men mange bryr seg kun om å få flest mulig medlemmer uansett hvilke idioter det dreier seg om. Rebels hadde sendt over 100 full patcher hit som ble delt ut til hvem som ville ha.

Vi beslagla 70 av de å sendte tilbake til Australia ganske nylig. Rebels har ingen historie her, heller ikke annet her å gjøre en å opprette en ‘fluktstad’ til de av sine Australske Members som har kommet i konflikt med policen. Plutselig gikk det fra null Rebels her til 70-80 stk på Burapa Bike Week i fjor.

Ingen hadde en dag prospekt tid. Å ingen hadde kjennskap til verken hvordan en stor 1% klubb skal drives, eller hvordan ting fungerer her borte. Thailand er i særklasse det siste og eneste fredelige Biker paradis som er igjen. Her omgås vi alle store 1% klubber å ordner opp i evt konflikter over en øl i steden for å skyte etter hverandre. Det er dette vi nå kjemper med nebb å klør for å kunne beholde mens Australske policen gjør alt i sin makt for at knuse denne idyll vi har her borte. Å de vil lykkes også om ikke vi selv nå tar grundig til kamp tilbake. Men ikke hvær for oss. Vi sloss samlet alle større klubber her mot vår (alle Bikeres) fiende, policen. Thailand er et foregangsland uten sidestykke for resten av Biker verden der de kun ødelegger for hverandre med den stadige krig å ufred som pågår rundt om kring. Det er slik mange av disse ‘pop upp’ klubbene tror det skal være å det er hva vi nå setter foten ned for. No more patch jumping. No more full member uten Prospekttid. Å kjenn sin plass for det er ikke alle forunt å spille i 1. Divisjon, noe veldig mange tror de gjør. At HA, Bandidos og Gremium er imøtekommende (til en viss grad) betyr ikke at vi sidestiller disse pop upp klubbene med oss selv. Vi aksepterer at de er der om de oppfører seg. Men det har glidd ut nå, så nå setter vi på bremsene. De som ikke følger retningslinjene vi pålegger alle å følge er ute av miljøet. Avpatchet å bad Standing så vi slipper patchjumpere som går igjen i ny klubb gang på gang med idiotippgørselen sin.

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