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'I pleaded guilty to two murders because I did it, I didn't do this': Bandidos bikie who beat the mother of his child to death insists he's innocent of bashing a prison guard

  • Lionel Patea is serving two life sentences but denies he assaulted prison guard
  • Patea pleaded guilty to murdering his ex-girlfriend Tara Brown and Greg Dufty
  • Patea is accused of assaulting a prison guard at Townsville Correctional Centre

A Bandidos bikie who bludgeoned the mother of his child to death with a fire hydrant cover has insisted he did not assault a prison guard.

Lionel John Patea, pleaded guilty to the murder of his ex-girlfriend Tara Brown in September 2015 and his part in the murder of Gold Coast man Greg Dufty in July that year.

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Closings continue in long trial of Vagos bikers in Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS (AP) - A federal prosecutor spent a second day Tuesday telling a jury in Las Vegas that eight accused Vagos biker gang members were members of a broad criminal racketeering enterprise responsible for crimes including the killing of a rival Hells Angels leader from California in a northern Nevada casino in 2011.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Daniel Schiess drew frequent objections from defense attorneys as he pointed jurors toward evidence that he said showed Vagos agreed according to “laws of the street, not laws of society” to commit years of acts of murder, robbery, extortion, kidnapping and drug dealing in addition to the shooting death of Jeffrey Pettigrew.

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Four WA bikies arrested in nationwide crackdown on Mongols

Four West Australian bikies have been arrested in a “national day of action” targeting members of the Mongols Outlaw Motorcycle Gang.

WA Police executed seven search warrants across Perth on Wednesday, uncovering drugs, cash and weapons including an electronic stun device and military bayonet. Four senior Mongols members were arrested as a result of the raids.

 

The arrests were the result of a "national day of action" targeting the Mongols.

The arrests were the result of a "national day of action" targeting the Mongols.Credit:File/Simon Alekna

 

The search warrants carried out in Landsdale, Thornlie, Darch, Girrawheen, Nollamara, Butler and Ellenbrook were part of a national police push targeting the gang.

Tue
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Multiple individuals indicted in Marion County, including 4 men on attempted murder charges

FAIRMONT, W.Va. – The Marion County Grand Jury has indicted multiple individuals during the second day of indictments for its latest term. Among those indicted include the four individuals charged with attempted murder after a man was stabbed outside of the BFS in White Hall, and the man who is accused of abducting a 4-year-old Marion County girl and taking her to Texas last summer.

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Some friends wore biker vests as a joke. Then a Pagan gang member showed up, police say

A Key West man who belongs to the Pagans motorcycle outlaw gang was arrested after police said he pulled a knife on a visitor for wearing a biker vest he bought on Amazon.

Michael Robbins, 52, was jailed on charges of aggravated assault, aggravated battery, robbery, misdemeanor battery, criminal mischief and a felony charge of gang-related activity. Robbins is at the Stock Island Detention Center on $100,000 bond.

Robbins, who wore a shirt that read, “Pagans Key West,” said he was a Pagan club member while being booked into jail, but didn’t make a statement, police said.

Robbins was arrested early Sunday morning at his home on White Street.

The alleged victim, 36, of Virginia Beach, said he and some friends decided to wear “fake motorcycle cuts,” or vests, for fun while riding their bicycles to a Key West bar on Saturday night, according to a police report.

The friends bought the vests, sometimes called “cut offs,” on Amazon for $15 each.

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Jury selection in Pagans' trial begins

Jury selection began Monday morning in Washington County Court in the trial of two members of the Pagans motorcycle club who are accused of attempted homicide in the beating of a former club member last year in Charleroi.

Additional summonses were mailed to ensure a large pool of potential jurors.

Judge John DiSalle is presiding at the trial of Joseph Olinsky III, 46, of McKeesport, and Matthew Vasquez, 31, of Monessen.

Troy Harris, 54, was injured the night of April 18 inside the Slovak Club, 700 McKean Ave.

Harris was formerly a Pagan, but left at some point and joined the offshoot Sutars Soldiers Motorcycle Club.

The victim was unconscious when he was hospitalized at Allegheny General, Pittsburgh. He spent several months as a patient and in various other care facilities, using a cane and undergoing speech therapy because of the extent of his injuries.

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One Percenter Victory

Daniel Machado, the first of three Bandidos to stand trial for pulling the patch of a Kinfolk Motorcycle Club member in Abilene on July 25, 2018 was acqiotted of aggravated robbery, robbery and engaging in organized criminal activity last Thursday after a two-day trial.

According to police, the alleged victim, Van West Robinson, who has never been publicly named before, rode past the Bandidos’ Abilene clubhouse. He was pursued by Machado, Justin Aldava and Jesse Trevino. Unable to outrun them, Robinson rode into a parking lot and pulled a gun. The three Bandidos then convinced Robinson to holster his gun, advised him that riding past their clubhouse while wearing his Kinfolk vest was provocative, then beat him and took his riding vest, cell phone and gun. He suffered no lasting injuries.

Police responded to the scene of the beating and wrote a report. Eventually, Robinson complained to police.

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ATTACK HELL Blue Angels Scottish outlaw biker gang thug jailed over brutal hammer murder bid on rival gang

A MAN who had a top bearing the name of an outlaw bike gang in his car has been jailed after attacking members of a rival motorcycle club.

Ian Ewing, 44, was convicted on Monday of attempting to murder and assaulting bikers on the A98 road near Cullen, Moray, on September 8 2018.

 The Blue Angels biker club claim to be the oldest in Scotland

The Blue Angels biker club claim to be the oldest in Scotland

A top bearing the name ‘the Blue Angels’ was found in Ewing's car upon inspection.

The Blue Angels claim to be the oldest motorcycling gang in Scotland. It has been claimed that “Blue” stands for B*****ds, Lunatics Undesirables and Eccentrics.

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Bikers to descend on Glasgow for Blue Angels gang boss' funeral

Blue Angels Motorcycle Club founder Allan Morrison will be laid to rest in Glasgow later this month.

Bikers from all over the world are set to arrive in Scotland for the funeral of a ­motorcycle gang boss.

Blue Angels Motorcycle Club founder Allan Morrison, 77, died of lung disease COPD on Wednesday.

Morrison’s family said it was “with regret” they had to announce the death of the president of the Blue Angels, “the oldest one per cent motorcycle club in Europe”.

Allan Morrison's funeral takes place on Wednesday (Image: Daily Record)

 

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Feared Mongols bikie gang sets up Christchurch chapter

A notorious international bikie gang involved in a recent North Island shooting appears to have expanded into the South Island. 

Mongols MC members, including national president Jim Thacker, rode to Christchurch about 10 days ago when it is believed the gang patched up former members of the Hells Angels and established a chapter in the city.

The Mongols, whose patch depicts Genghis Khan on a motorcycle, was founded in the United States 50 years ago and describes itself as the "baddest and fastest growing club in the world".

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