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EXCLUSIVE: Booze, strippers and an all-night party: Behind the closed doors of the controversial Nomads MC gathering

  • EXCLUSIVE: Booze, strippers and an all-night party: Behind the closed doors of the controversial Nomads MC gathering - as the gang hits back at claims they were taunting police
  • A weekend gathering of Nomads MC members in Canberra caused controversy
  • More than two dozen members from around Australia arrived for two-day party 
  • Anti-bikie laws in NSW and Queensland prevent bikies publicly getting together
  • Nomads life member Moudi Tajjour revealed what happens behind closed doors
  • He says despite controversy, the Nomads OMCG didn't intend to provoke police

A controversial gathering of Nomads bikies last weekend was no different to an end-of-season football club trip, according to one of the club's longest serving members.

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'Riding with da boyzzzz': Nomads bikies gather in Canberra

Canberra has continued its reputation as a bikie holiday hotspot after a Nomads Outlaw Motorcycle Club gathering at the weekend.

Convicted killer and Nomads life member Mouhammed 'Moudi' Tajjour posted an image to his Instagram account on Sunday of dozens of patched bikies posing arm-in-arm on Mount Ainslie.

Senior Canberra bikie Michael Clark – who is the Nomads ACT chapter president - can be seen with his arm around Mr Tajjour in the middle of the snap.

A video, posted to the same account, shows Nomads members smiling and laughing at a Canberra cafe.

Nomads OMCG members pose for pictures on Mount Ainslie during a meeting in Canberra over the weekend.

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Former Canberra bikie boss beats drugs, weapons, and armour charges

A former Canberra bikie boss has beaten drugs, weapons, and armour charges after prosecutors could not prove the drugs were his or the weapons were dangerous.

Mohammed Nchouki​, 37, pleaded not guilty in the ACT Magistrates Court to eight charges of unauthorised possession of a banned firearm, possessing a prohibited weapon without a permit, possessing ammunition, and possessing a prohibited substance and a drug of dependence.

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Police storm Nomads’ Islington clubhouse after 'restricted premises' declaration

“COURT order!” police screamed before kicking down the door.

Police have sealed the fate of the Islington clubhouse of the Newcastle chapter of the Nomads bikie gang.

Heavily-armed police attached the anti-bikie squad Strike Force Raptor stormed the Chinchen Street clubhouse at 7pm on Monday after the Supreme Court declared the property a “restricted premises” four hours earlier.

The ruling gives police the extraordinary power to enter the property at any time and prevents convicted criminals from meeting at the clubhouse.

The Newcastle Herald was told anyone who meets at the clubhouse with a criminal record would be charged. The owner of the property would also be charged.

Detectives drilled a notice sign declaring the property a restricted premises to front wall of the clubhouse.

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Nomads make return to Ottawa

Hells Angels Ontario chapter disbanded in 2016 after turf war with Quebec gang

The Hells Angels Nomads are making their comeback in the Ottawa area for the first time since violent in-fighting in the summer of 2016 forced them to lie low, according to information obtained by Radio-Canada.

According to anonymous police sources, the Ottawa-based Ontario Nomads chapter recently obtained a new charter from the Hells Angels, but will need to be careful not to encroach on territory ruled by Quebec Hells Angels.

'The Hells Angels do not hesitate to take out their weapons to protect their territories.' - André Cédilot, author

For two decades the Quebec chapter of the Hells Angels based in Sherbrooke enjoyed massive profits from drug sales in Ottawa and Sudbury.

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Nomads bikie gang president arrested in Sydney fraud probe

The national president of the Nomads bikie gang has been charged as part of a multi-million-dollar property fraud investigation, the NSW Police Force says.

The 35-year-old man was arrested after being pulled over while driving a Mercedes Benz which police allege had been sold without the owner's consent.

His arrest is the seventh to be made as part of Strike Force Maraar, which is investigating alleged vehicle and mortgage fraud across Sydney connected to the Nomads Outlaw Motorcycle Gang.

Police said it was alleged "multiple houses and vehicles", worth an estimated $2 million, had been purchased fraudulently by members and associates of the gang.

They said the gang's president was pulled over while driving a Mercedes Benz without licence plates in Merrylands, in Sydney's west, in January.

"Further checks revealed the vehicle had been sold in Queensland without the owner's consent," a police statement said.