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Major player in Sydney's Satudarah bikie gang charged over drugs, guns

The sergeant-at-arms for the Sydney chapter of one of Europe’s most dangerous bikie gangs has been arrested and charged with drugs and firearms offices.

An alleged key player with the Satudarah bikie gang, Mitchell Mcphail, 26, was arrested by specialist police officers attached to Strike Force Raptor after a search of his St Marys home on Wednesday evening where they seized a rifle, ammunition, knuckledusters, a quantity of ice and clothing with the club's emblem.

Mr Mcphail was taken to Penrith Police Station and charged with possessing a shortened firearm, ammunition and a weapon without a permit, possessing an unregistered firearm, failing to correctly store a firearm and possessing and supplying drugs.

He was refused bail to appear before Penrith Local Court on Thursday.

One of Europe’s most notorious outlaw motorcycle clubs, Satudarah is known for its extreme violence, drugs, extortion and weapons trafficking.

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Outlaw bikers caught on video beating man in bar plead guilty

(video) -- BAY CITY, MI -- Two biker buds who beat a fellow bar patron for, so they thought, taking a photo of their Outlaws Motorcycle Club apparel have pleaded guilty as charged.

Eric J. Kerkau, 47, and Arthur R. Miller, 33, on Monday, June 18, appeared before Bay County Circuit Judge Harry P. Gill and pleaded guilty to assault with intent to cause great bodily harm less than murder. The charge is a 10-year felony.

The men each faced that charge and no others. They pleaded two days before their trials were to begin.

The prosecution agreed both men's sentencing guidelines would range from zero to 17 months. The prosecution also agreed not to seek habitual offender sentencing enhancement in either man's case. Court records indicate each man has three misdemeanor convictions.

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200 grams crystal meth seized during drug arrest

A convicted felon and Pagan’s East Coast motorcycle club member was arrested and charged with selling meth Monday.

A Midway Park Pagan’s East Coast motorcycle club member remains in jail after being accused of possessing of over 200 grams of crystal meth, among other charges.

Michael Lee Phelps, 51, of Hannah Court, was charged Monday by the Onslow County Sheriff’s Office with two counts of trafficking methamphetamine by possession, trafficking methamphetamine by manufacture, trafficking hydrocodone by possession, possession with intent to manufacture, sell or deliver methamphetamine, maintaining a dwelling for a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

According to an OCSO news release, information about Phelps allegedly selling meth from his home in Midway Park was obtained during an investigation with the Carteret County Sheriff’s Office.

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The Hells Angels and the No Surrenders judged criminal associations

Biker trials: The Hainaut Court of Appeal believes that the Hells Angels and No Surrender motorcycle clubs are criminal associations.

The third criminal chamber of the Hainaut Court of Appeal pronounced this Tuesday, its judgment in the context of the motorcyclists' trial. Like the Mons Criminal Court, the court considers that No Surrender and Hells Angels motorcycle clubs are not criminal associations active in arms and narcotics trafficking in order to finance their clubs. For the court, some bikers have acted in isolation to get rich. On the other hand, they constitute criminal associations.

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Tall ships crew parade will have a real roar to it!

It’s revving up to be spectacular! That’s The Tall Ships Races crew parade in Sunderland which will be led through the streets by a squad of 50 Hells Angels.

More details were today announced on the parade which is always one of the highlights of any tall ships legs.

And Sunderland’s promises to be something very special with the Hells Angels leading a 1200-strong field of crewmates.

Hell's Angels at the mouth of the Wear. Photo: Michelle K Williams.
 

Sunderland is the start port for The Tall Ships Races 2018, and the city will welcome sailing vessels and their crews from around the world for five days of celebration from July 10 to July 14.

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Mongols and Lone Wolf gang members are arrested as dozens of bikie taskforce officers seize explosives, drugs, guns, steroids and cash

  • The achievement was the result of a multi-organisation, structured bust
  • Home raids and compliance tests were held across the regions involved
  • Over fifty police officers were involved in the cross-border operation

(pics/video) --- Four alleged Outlaw Motorcycle Gang (OMCG) members have been arrested during a cross-border operation.

With the combined efforts of 50 police officers from the Tweed Heads and Byron Bay Police district, Queensland Police's Taskforce Maxima, Australian Federal Police, Queensland Probation and Parole and Corrective Services NSW, the four alleged criminals were apprehended.

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Dutch ban homegrown bikers' gang

Dutch judges on Monday banned a national motorcycle club and seized all its assets, ruling gang members had spread a culture of violence and criminal activities in the Netherlands.

"The court in The Hague has decided today that the motorcycle club Satudarah is banned with immediate effect," the judges said in their ruling.

The ban includes not just Satudarah, but also its fan club, and affiliate Supportcrew 999.

The judges found "the combination of numerous offences along with its culture of violence means Satudarah's activities are contrary to public order".

Its members "have been involved for many years in criminal activities including violence against other motorcycle clubs, manufacturing and trafficking in narcotics, the illegal possession of weapons and extortion".

The judges also ordered that the club should lose all its assets including access to its clubhouse.

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Unprotected

Meet Noel Harder. Testifying against the Hells Angels led to a $2M bounty on his head. Then he got kicked out of the Witness Protection Program.
 

Noel Harder risked his life as a secret police agent, then spent three years testifying as the star witness against drug dealers, gun runners, mobsters and the Hells Angels.

Today he’s a marked man with an apparent $2-million bounty on his head.

And he’s on his own.

The RCMP kicked Harder out of the federal Witness Protection Program last month and, by his account, reneged on one promise after another.

These aren't just the words of a man labelled a "rat" and "snitch" after his double life was exposed; Harder served as the inside man on Project Forseti, the largest organized crime investigation in Saskatchewan history.

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Is this Australia's most violent gang?

Notorious bikie mob more ruthless than the Hell's Angels opens a chapter Down Under – as government places them on their 'public enemy list'

  • Outlaw motorcycle club known as one of most violent in the world setup in QLD 
  • Satudarah MC have been declared an 'identified organisation' in the state 
  • Group tried to set up in NSW in 2015 and were successfully stopped by arrests

(video)--- An outlaw motorcycle club with a reputation as one of the most violent and ruthless in the world has been declared an 'identified organisation' in Queensland as it tries to open a chapter in Australia. 

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Owner's daughter disputes portrayal of Elm Mott bar as biker hangout

Proprietors of an Elm Mott bar that a local man patronized before he was found beaten nearby are pushing back against law enforcement officials’ statement that the bar is known to be frequented by members of the Cossacks motorcycle group.

Ginger Gregory, daughter of the owner of MacDaddy’s Pub in Elm Mott, said the 45-year-old man, who was found injured off the bar’s property, was drinking at the bar and had left on foot. Law enforcement officials have said the man was wearing a Bandidos support group T-shirt and that a rivalry between the Bandidos and Cossacks may have led to his assault.

However, Gregory said the bar does not allow motorcycle club members, and she does not believe the incident was connected to the establishment.

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