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  • Accused Danced Jig During Slaughter, Trial Told (Jewish biker was told he would be killed last)

    07/21/2009 11:58:58 AM PDT · by nickcarraway · 26 replies · 4,723+ views
    Toronto Star ^ | July 18, 2009
    Jewish biker was told he would be killed last so he'd suffer the most, informer testifiesAn underworld informer has provided court with macabre details of the night eight biker gang members were shot to death: Accused murderer Wayne Kellestine danced a jig several times during the slaughter while singing the Nazi national anthem, "Deutschland über alles." Kellestine told a Jewish biker he would be killed last so he would suffer the most. Kellestine also complained about the sheer volume of work involved in carrying out the massacre. The informant, who can only be identified as M.H., was testifying at the...
  • Arrests in Texas and California Target Members of Known Outlaw Motorcycle Gang...

    07/13/2009 1:27:05 PM PDT · by Cindy · 8 replies · 1,456+ views
    Arrests in Texas and California Target Members of Known Outlaw Motorcycle Gang in Methamphetamine Distribution Conspiracy Two Defendants Charged in Conspiracy are Hockley County, Texas Sheriff Deputies LUBBOCK, TX—Twenty-eight defendants, including sheriff deputies and members of a motorcycle gang that is a support club of the Bandidos Outlaw Motorcycle Gang (OMG), are charged in a 110-count federal indictment, returned earlier this week in Lubbock, Texas, for allegedly operating a major methamphetamine trafficking organization since January 2003 in west Texas, Arizona, and in the Modesto, California, area, announced James T. Jacks, Acting U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Texas. Today,...
  • Mexico, U.S.: A New Weapon in the Cartel Arsenal

    02/11/2009 11:08:23 AM PST · by AuntB · 14 replies · 1,617+ views
    Stratfor Intelligence ^ | Feb. 10, 2009 | Stratfor
    Grenades used in three recent attacks in Monterrey, Mexico, and Pharr, Texas, all originated from the same lot delivered from South Korea... That the grenade used in the third attack reportedly came from Mexico indicates that in addition to the well-known path of weapons flowing from the United States into Mexico, arms also are flowing from Mexico into the United States. The first of the three attacks targeted the U.S. Consulate in Monterrey, Mexico. In the second incident, again in Monterrey, gunmen attacked a local TV station on Jan. 12 in an attempt to intimidate the news agency into cutting...
  • Biker massacre an inside job: OPP

    04/11/2006 9:16:48 AM PDT · by Clive · 9 replies · 1,075+ views
    Toronto Sun via Sun Media ^ | 2006-04-11 | Alan Cairns
    Biker massacre an inside job: OPP5 from Bandidos circle face 8 counts of first-degree murder in shootingsBy ALAN CAIRNS, TORONTO SUN ST. THOMAS -- Four men and a woman, each facing eight counts of first-degree murder in what police call an "internal cleansing" massacre of eight bikers, appeared stunned during brief court appearances. As forensic cops pored over Wayne Kellestine's Iona Station farmhouse seeking clues to the murder of the Bandidos members, the accused man told court he would ask a lawyer "to find out what it is all about." Kellestine, 56, a former bike gang boss with the Annihilators...
  • Canadian Cops Nab 5 in Deaths of 8 Bikers

    04/10/2006 2:01:23 PM PDT · by nuconvert · 32 replies · 1,081+ views
    Yahoo/AP ^ | Apr. 10, 2006
    Canadian Cops Nab 5 in Deaths of 8 Bikers By BETH DUFF-BROWN and ROB GILLIES,/ Associated Press Writers Canadian police arrested five people on murder charges Monday and said that eight men found stuffed inside vehicles on a farm over the weekend were affiliated with a biker gang. Police called the killings "an internal cleansing" of the Bandidos motorcycle gang and said that the eight victims suffered gunshot wounds. Their bodies were found Saturday on a farm in Shedden, Ontario, about 90 miles northeast of Detroit. Police on Monday searched a modest, two-story farmhouse owned by a gang member near...
  • Massacre points to Toronto biker war

    04/10/2006 7:47:15 AM PDT · by ferri · 30 replies · 1,591+ views
    Globe and Mail ^ | 04/10/06 | JOE FRIESEN AND TIMOTHY APPLEBY
    SHEDDEN, ONT. and TORONTO — A long-simmering rivalry between criminal biker gangs appears to have exploded in the largest gangland slaying in Ontario history. Three members of the Bandidos motorcycle club, long-time rivals of the Hells Angels, were reported missing Friday and may be among the eight bodies discovered Saturday morning. One of the missing men is believed to be associated with Superior Towing, the Toronto-based company whose truck was found abandoned on a side road south of London, Ont., not far from the home of a well-known biker-gang leader.
  • Nine Hells Angels and associates convicted of total of 26 criminal charges

    03/01/2004 6:33:00 PM PST · by Clive · 14 replies · 827+ views
    Canadian Press via Sun Media ^ | March 1, 2004 | Pierre St-Arnaud
    MONTREAL (CP) - In what one lawyer called a legal precedent in Canada, a jury convicted nine Hells Angels and associates on gangsterism charges Monday and found them guilty on 26 out of a total of 27 criminal charges. The accused, who were arrested in a major police crackdown on biker gangs in 2001, each faced three charges - gangsterism, drug trafficking and conspiracy to commit murder. Eight of the men were convicted on all three counts, while the ninth was acquitted of the murder charge. Crown prosecutor Madeleine Giauque praised the jurors, who heard about 125 days of testimony...
  • California Assembly Debating Repeal of Drivers License for Illegals (CA Assembly Repeals SB 60)

    12/01/2003 3:19:24 PM PST · by ElkGroveDan · 42 replies · 505+ views
    The California State Assembly is presently debating the repeal of SB 60 (SB 1XXX, Oller), the measure which gave drivers licenses to illegal aliens has already passed the State Senate, and late last week it passed the Assembly Transportation Committee. It is expected to pass the full Assembly, and after that it goes to the Governor for his signature. If you can, tune in to your local Cal Channel on cable, or you can try to access the live audio stream here->
  • Biker gang forces out Scottish team

    10/15/2003 12:21:47 AM PDT · by martin_fierro · 8 replies · 677+ views
    Biker gang forces out Scottish team SYDNEY (Reuters) - Scotland have left their luxury hotel on Australia's Sunshine Coast to avoid hundreds of heavily tattooed bikers called the Bandidos who are due to check in on Friday for four days of drinking and partying. The Bandidos are one of Australia's most notorious motorcycle gangs, with members involved in turf wars, street shootouts and drugs trafficking, according to police. Local Australian media have claimed Scotland fled their hotel to avoid a clash with partying bikers. Team officials denied the reports on Wednesday but admitted the bikers' drinking schedule meant the hotel...