Sat
02
Sep

A Hells Angels motorcyclist was shot driving through Tri-Cities. Now no one is talking

(video)-- After a Hells Angels member from California was shot in the leg while passing through Pasco, witnesses clammed up and refused to share anything with detectives.

Two weeks later, state investigators are hopeful people will come forward to give some clues into what happened that Aug. 18 afternoon on Highway 395.

The wounded motorcyclist, Dennis Donahue, 52, has since been released from the hospital. And five of his fellow members, who were arrested on suspicion of criminal mischief with a deadly weapon, posted bail and have not been charged.

Sat
02
Sep

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(video)-- After a Hells Angels member from California was shot in the leg while passing through Pasco, witnesses clammed up and refused to share anything with detectives.

Two weeks later, state investigators are hopeful people will come forward to give some clues into what happened that Aug. 18 afternoon on Highway 395.

The wounded motorcyclist, Dennis Donahue, 52, has since been released from the hospital. And five of his fellow members, who were arrested on suspicion of criminal mischief with a deadly weapon, posted bail and have not been charged.

Sat
02
Sep

Hells Angels hold fourth public gathering in Quebec

The Hells Angels are holding their fourth public gathering in the province of Quebec in as many weeks. Today, bikers are expected to meet in the small village of Saint Zénon, in the Lanaudiere region. 

The Journal de Montreal reports the event is organized by the "Brotherhood," a group of Hells sympathizers that includes chapters from Quebec; Monteal; the North-Shore; the Montéréie and Shawinigan. 

Hells' members are expected to leave Laval in the early afternoon on Saturday and then proceed to the small auberge, Le Cabanon de Saint-Zénon. 
One of the owners says the Hells have been meeting there for three years and that he has never had any problems. 

Sat
02
Sep

High-profile B.C. Hells Angel released after cocaine charges stayed

For years, friends of incarcerated Hells Angel Larry Amero have pasted “Free Larry” stickers on their Harleys to demand his release.

On Wednesday, they finally got their wish after a judge in Quebec stayed organized crime and cocaine importation charges against the prominent B.C. gangster.

Prosecutor Philippe Vallières-Roland confirmed to Postmedia News that the charges were stayed because of the length of time the case took to get to trial.

Last year, the Supreme Court of Canada set a 30-month time limit for prosecutions at the provincial supreme court level to be completed, except in exceptional circumstances.

Amero is the highest-profile B.C. gangster to have his case thrown out under the so-called Jordan Rule.

The 40-year-old biker has been in jail since his arrest in Montreal in November 2012 as a prime target in Québec provincial police’s Project Loquace, which resulted in more than 100 arrests.

Sat
02
Sep

Twelve charges laid against Hells Angels MC Nomads N.B. member

Twelve charges have been laid against a 48-year-old Fredericton man as part of an RCMP-led joint-force investigation.

Robin Moulton is a full-patch member of the Hells Angels MC Nomads N.B. Chapter. He was arrested on August 22, 2017 while driving on Highway 2 near Woodstock. A search of the car led to the seizure of a quantity of what is believed to be cocaine. Subsequent searches at several locations in New Brunswick also resulted in the seizure of a high power rifle with a silencer, a loaded handgun, a quantity of drugs and drug paraphernalia. Police also seized a full-patch Hells Angels jacket, Hells Angels "support club" patches and "Support 81 Maritimes" clothing.

Sat
02
Sep

Rebels bikie who shot dead girlfriend strikes deal to change charge

A Rebels bikie who shot dead his girlfriend in a Russian roulette-style killing could be set free in just six years after striking a deal to downgrade his murder charge to manslaughter.

Brandon Osborn, 37, knew the gun was loaded with one bullet when he put it to Karen Belej’s head and pulled the trigger at their home near Mildura, in north-west Victoria, on May 1 last year.

Ms Belej, 31, a much-loved local council worker, was killed instantly.

But in a deal with prosecutors, Osborn had his murder charge downgraded to manslaughter, claiming that when he pulled the trigger he never intended it to discharge.

The Crown had no evidence to prove his theory wrong beyond reasonable doubt, and accepted a guilty plea to the lesser charge.

Supporters of Ms Belej, who was a passionate domestic violence campaigner and White Ribbon Foundation ambassador, cried in court as Osborn learnt he’d be eligible for parole six years into a nine-year sentence.

Thu
31
Aug

Bad Judge Recused

According to multiple sources, McLennan County Judge Ralph T. Strother has been removed from presiding over the trials of at least three defendants in the Twin Peaks Biker Brawl case.

The recusal was ordered by retired judge James Morgan in response to three motions filed June 30. Those motions were filed by Dallas attorney Clint Broden who represents defendant George Bergman; Galveston attorney and former district judge Susan Criss who represents Rolando Reyes; and Austin attorney Millie L. Thompson who is defending Thomas Landers.

Bergman’s motion accused Strother of doing “everything in his power to accommo- date the State’s wishes and turn them into realities.”

much more @ http://www.agingrebel.com/15704

Thu
31
Aug

High ranking Rebels member has been arrested

A high-ranking member of the Rebels bikie gang has been arrested in NSW during an investigation into drug supply and extortion.

The 57-year-old was arrested at a home in Temora, in the Riverina, on Thursday morning.

NSW Police say they found amphetamines, knives, handcuffs, Rebels clothing and drug-related documents at both the house and a pub.

The man was taken to Temora Police Station to be questioned by detectives and is yet to be charged.

The operation, which involved the AFP's anti-gangs squad and Australian Border Force, previously led to more than a dozen arrests in June.

Wed
30
Aug

Satudarah member arrested for assault, extortion

A member of outlaw motorcycle gang Satudarah was arrested in Geleen on Wednesday morning, the police announced in a statement. He is suspected of aggravated assault and extortion.

The assault happened in 2015. According to the police, the 31-year-old man attacked a woman in her Geleen home. She sustained serious injuries. The police believe that the victim and her husband was extorted by the motorcycle gang for some time before the assault. 

Why this arrest was made some two years after the crime is not clear.

The police believe that more arrests will follow. 

Satudarah

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Tue
29
Aug

Night Wolves get involved in shootout, one man killed

The conflict between bikers in Rostov-on-Don was for the money.⁠

In Rostov-on-Don, shots were fired on Inzhenernaya Street, resulting in the death of one person. This is reported by RIA Novosti citing the MIA Main Directorate in the region.

The conflict broke out between members of the Night Wolves and Pirates of Winds МС Russia. Both sides came to the meeting accompanied by a support group; after a short conversation, the shooting started, claiming the life of a man born in 1978, who was taken to the hospital with a gunshot wound to the head, where he later died. It is known that financial issues became a matter of dispute among the bikers.

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