Hells Angels and Boston Terrorism
Inspector Clue So

Matawan, NJ

#23 Apr 21, 2013
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CONWAY -- Bond hearings were held Tuesday for dozens of people arrested Monday in what police are calling Operation Red Harvest. Police say many of them are a part of the motorcycle club Hells Angels.
Judge Steven John presided over the bond hearings Tuesday.
Asst. Solicitor Donna Elder read off the charges for Patrick John Baker, whose hearing was first Tuesday morning. The charges include manufacturing and trafficking marijuana.
Elder says Baker, along with many of those arrested in the operation, were part of a marijuana growing operation at the Doucette house on Freewoods Road from June 2010 to April 2012.
Elder says there is a series of mobile homes on the property. She says Thomas Doucette, Sr. and his wife live in a double-wide there. She says Patrick John Baker and Daniel Baker lived in a single-wide. An additional mobile home was being used as a grow house, according to Elder, where she says there were lights and equipment to grow the marijuana. There was an additional structure, similar to a loft, where Jessica Diane Martin was living , Elder says. She says Ashley Nicole Martin, who was also charged in the case, was also living on the property at the time.
It was there were the Doucettes, Bakers, Volosin, the Martins were growing, cultivating, and drying pot, according to Elder.
In addition, Elder says Doucette's Dune Cycles was a front for distribution, funded by the Hells Angels organization.
Doucette's attorney William B. Von Herrman says this an outlandish charge and his client wasn't even affiliated with any motorcycle club. He adds that Doucette was just trying to start his own motorcycle repair business.
The charges go beyond what police say was a marijuana growing operation. Carl Murdock, Joseph Russell Trombino, Jr., Scott Rowan, Bradley Joseph Trinceri, and John Richard Bain were charged with assault by mob. Elder says they assaulted an off-duty Myrtle Beach police officer.
Kevin Schmidt, Storm Anthony Michael Bain, John Volosin, Scott Rowan, and Steven Brinsfield are accused of kidnapping. They took multiple victims who weren't Hells Angels and forcibly had them tattoo over Hells Angels tattoos, according to Elder.
Kevin Schmidt turned himself in this morning.
Tuesday afternoon, Elder asked Judge John to deny bond for Jeffery Carl Lozier, the secretary of the local Hells Angels chapter, and Ellis Howard Schindler, the local chapter president, saying they were a danger to the community. Judge John did set bond for both men, but Schindler will have to surrender his passport, is barred from having firearms in his possession, is not allowed to talk to any of the other suspects in the case, and is not allowed to leave Horry County unless it's to visit his attorney in Georgetown County.
"We're taking into account risk of flight and impact on the community," Judge John said during the proceedings.
The court also is taking into consideration prior offenses.
Bonds so far set:
Patrick Allen Doucette
$100,000 jury bond
Melanie Allen Doucette
$150,000 surety bond
Thomas Allen Doucette Jr.
$50,000 surety bond
Christina Elizabeth Baker
$100,000 surety bond
Ashley Nicole Martin
$35,000 surety bond
Todd Edward Baker
$75,000 surety bond
Daniel Baker
$100,000 surety
Lee Michael
$45,000 surety
John Richard Bain
$25,000 surety bond
Storm Anthony Michael Bain
$40,000 surety bond
Jacob Austin
$75,000 surety bond
Jessica Diane Martin
$25,000 surety
Thomas Doucette, Sr.
$200,000 surety
John Volosin
$125,000 surety
Scott Rowan
$100,000 surety
Steven Brinsfield
$50,000 surety
Jenny Darlene Crowe
$5,000 surety
Bradley Joseph Trinceri
$50,000 surety bond
Joseph Russel Trombino Jr.
$50,000
Carl Murdock
$25,000
John Carlton Dyar
$50,000 surety
David Tennant Graham
$30,000 surety
Scott Hoy
$15,000 surety bond
Kevin Schmidt
$125, 000 surety bond
Jeffery Carl Lozier
$150,000 surety bond
Ellis Howard Schindler
$200,000 bond
We'll continue to keep you updated on the hearings here on CarolinaLive.com
Inspector Clue So

Matawan, NJ

#24 Apr 21, 2013
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5 Rock Hill Hells Angels guilty; 6 face up to life in prison
Published: March 20, 2013

By Andrew Dys — [email protected]
COLUMBIA — At least six of the 15 Hells Angels with connections to the Rock Hill chapter of the motorcycle outlaws could face life in prison after being convicted in a widespread drug, weapons and criminal conspiracy web, according to federal prosecutors.
Three members – including the president of the Rock Hell City Nomads chapter – were found guilty Thursday after a federal court trial that lasted more than a month. Twelve already had pleaded guilty.
All face at least 10 years in prison because of the amount of drugs involved.
The 12 who pleaded guilty are expected to be sentenced May 9, and the three found guilty at trial will be sentenced June 19, said Jay Richardson, the assistant U.S. attorney who prosecuted the cases.
In June, 20 people connected to the Hells Angels were arrested in raids at clubhouses and homes across South Carolina and North Carolina. Charges were dismissed during the trial against another Hells Angels member and one prospective member. Charges were dropped before trial against two others.
A trial is scheduled to start Monday on narcotics conspiracy charges against the final member of the 20 arrested, Carlos Hernandez of Charlotte.
Prosecutors proved in the trial that ended last week that the members sold cocaine, methamphetamine and guns, and laundered money as part of a crime ring that reached the Northeast, with leadership of the group getting kickbacks from all the criminal activity.
Local, state and federal police infiltrated the biker gang in 2011 and 2012 with informants, wiretaps, surveillance and other measures. The criminal conspiracy centered on Rock Hill and York County, and clubhouses for both the Hells Angels and Red Devils motorcycle clubs.
The trial showed how the Hells Angels moved drugs throughout South Carolina and North Carolina and how they trafficked more than 40 weapons for use in crimes, including assault rifles.
Here’s how the 15 convictions played out in court:
• Facing up to life in prison after convictions at trial on conspiracy, drug and weapons charges are Mark “Lightning” Baker of Lancaster, president of the Rock Hell Nomads; David “Gravel Dave” Oiler of Lancaster; and Bruce “Bruce-Bruce” Long of West Columbia.
• Facing up to life in prison after pleading guilty to a drug conspiracy are Ron “Big Ron” Byrum and Kerry “Gowilla” Chitwood, both of Gastonia. Trent Brown of West Columbia also pleaded guilty to a drug conspiracy; he faces up to 40 years in prison.
• Facing up to 20 years in prison after pleading guilty to racketeering conspiracy are Dan “Diamond Dan” Bifield of Batesburg-Leesville, vice president of the Rock Hell Nomads; Richard “Rat” Thrower of Lancaster; David “Yard Owl” Pryor of York; Fred “Big Fred” Keach of Pelion; Frank “Big Frank” Enriquez of Rock Hill; and Johanna Looper of York.
Bifield has asked to withdraw his guilty plea. No hearing has been held, but federal prosecutors plan to oppose the move, Richardson said.
• Lisa Bifield of Batesburg-Leesville, Dan Bifield’s wife, pleaded guilty to possession of a firearm in furtherance of drug trafficking and a crime of violence. She faces up to life in prison.
• James “Sonny” Rhodus, hometown not listed, pleaded guilty to money laundering and faces up to 20 years in prison.
• Bruce “Diesel” Wilson of Swansea pleaded guilty to selling a firearm to a known felon and faces up to 10 years in prison.
Inspector Clue So

Matawan, NJ

#25 Apr 21, 2013
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Even USA Hells angels think USA Hells angels are sewage

SAN JOSE, Calif.-- San Jose police have announced the arrest of a suspect wanted for shooting a Hells Angel member at a funeral for another murdered Hells Angels leader in October.

On Saturday, homicide detectives received information that Steven Ruiz, 38, of San Jose, was staying at a Days Inn motel located at 46101 Warm Springs Blvd in Fremont, police said.

Members of the San Jose Police Department's Covert Response Unit responded to the motel and arrested Ruiz for murder.

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Ruiz is believed to have shot and killed 52-year-old Steve Tausan during an altercation at the Oak Hill Cemetery on Curtner Avenue on Oct. 15, police said.
The two men were attending the funeral of the president of the San Jose chapter of Hells Angels Jeffrey Pettigrew, 52, who was killed at John Ascuaga's Nugget casino resort in Sparks, Nev., on the night of Sept. 23.

Ruiz disappeared after Tausan was murdered, and much of the evidence at the crime scene appeared to have been tampered with by other guests at the funeral.

Ruiz has been booked into Santa Clara County Jail.

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Inspector Clue So

Matawan, NJ

#26 Apr 21, 2013
Inspector Clue So wrote:
They are one in the same. I got to go. Time for my medication. TTYL
Man charged in Mass. murders has local past
Augusta case in 2000 involved blood-letting
By Betty Adams [email protected]
Staff Writer
One of three men facing triple murder charges in Massachusetts was convicted in 2000 in Augusta in a sensational case that included blood-letting and overtones of vampirism.
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Caius Veiovis, also known as Roy Gutfinski, second from left, stands during his arraignment in Berkshire District Court in Pittsfield, Mass., on Monday, on charges including murder and kidnapping of three men whose remains were found on Saturday.
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Caius Veiovis was known as Roy Gutfinski when he appeared in Waterville District Court in 1999 as a 19-year-old.
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Then, he was known as Roy Gutfinski Jr. of Augusta.
Today, after a legal name change in July 2008 while a Maine State Prison inmate, his name is Caius Domitius Veiovis.
Veiovis, 31, pleaded not guilty in a Pittsfield, Mass., courtroom Monday to three counts each of murder, kidnapping and intimidation of witnesses, according to a court clerk.
He is being held without bail and is to return to court Oct. 12.
James G. Reardon Jr., the court-appointed attorney for Veiovis, was unavailable Tuesday.
In news accounts published in Massachusetts, Reardon said he had received little information about the slayings or Veiovis’ alleged participation.
Veiovis and two other men — Adam Lee Hall, 34, allegedly a sergeant-at-arms of the local Hells Angels chapter; and David Chalue, 44 — are charged with killing David Glasser, Edward Frampton and Robert Chadwell on or about Aug. 28.
“This is a pending case,” Berkshire County District Attorney David Capeless said Tuesday.“There is very little I can say about it.”
His office issued a statement earlier this week announcing investigators had found the remains of three men who had been missing for two weeks, and charged three others.
He said officials still are investigating the association among all the men.
The penalty in Massachusetts for a first-degree murder conviction is life in prison without parole.
Veiovis served almost 71⁄2 years of a 10-year sentence in Maine on convictions in 2000 for elevated aggravated assault, aggravated assault and reckless conduct.
He was 19 and still known as Gutfinski when he sliced open the back of a 16-year-old girl, then licked the blood with another girl while they kissed.
The cutting was done by Gutfinski’s girlfriend, also 16, police said. The razor cut along the victim’s back required 32 stitches to close, according to court documents.
At Gutfinski’s waived-jury trial in 2000, prosecutor Alan Kelley portrayed Gutfinski as a member of the “Goths,” a group of people who wore dark clothes and practiced self-mutilation and some blood-licking or blood-drinking.
Inspector Clue So

Matawan, NJ

#28 Apr 21, 2013
Inspector Clue So wrote:
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Off-duty N.J. cop charged with giving false information to police following bar fight involving Hells Angels member
Published: Monday, March 26, 2012, 12:23 PM Updated: Tuesday, March 27, 2012, 7:10 AM
By Joe Moszczynski/The Star-Ledger
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A Fairfield police officer has been with second-degree official misconduct and third-degree hindering apprehension.
HARDYSTON — An off-duty Fairfield police officer was arrested for giving false information to police who were investigating a fight at a Sussex County bar that involved two known associates of the Hells Angels motorcycle club, the county prosecutor's said.
Cpl. Anthony Gerardi Jr., a 24-year member of the Fairfield Police Department, allegedly gave the bogus information to Hardyston police while they were investigating a fight on Jan. 12 at Tony’s Restaurant Pizza and Bar on Route 94.
During the fight, Bernard Krynicki, 45, a prospective recruit for the notorious motorcycle gang, struck a bar patron in the head with a beer mug, causing serious bodily injury, while Sean Sweeney, 42, a patched member of the club, tried to punch the patron’s wife, the prosecutor’s office said.
Gerardi, 48, was with both of the men at the time of the altercation, and failed to perform his duty as a police office and try to break up the fight. After identifying himself as a police officer, he gave false information to investigating officers “in an effort to protect both Krynicki and Sweeney from arrest and prosecution,” the prosecutor’s office said in a news release.
Gerardi, who was arrested Friday, was charged with second-degree official misconduct and third-degree hindering apprehension. He was released on his own recognizance.
Krynicki, of North Arlington, and Sweeney, of Hamburg, were arrested Jan. 26 and charged with aggravated assault and weapons offenses. Krynicki was being held in the county jail in lieu of $57,000 bail. Sweeney was released on a summons.
Gerardi was suspended with pay following his arrest, according to a news release issued by Fairfield police.
Lily

Phoenix, AZ

#29 Apr 21, 2013
Your so brave speaking out against the HA like this. I hope you aren't using a cell phone cuz I heard they control all the towers in the country and use them to track down their enemies. Its horrible this one girl wouldnt date one of them went to call her mom and they blew her cell phone up. Her mom went deaf in one ear to.
Inspector Clue So

Matawan, NJ

#30 Apr 21, 2013
Inspector Clue So wrote:
They are one in the same. I got to go. TTYL
Mesa Hells Angel gets 23 years for murder
Mesa felon helped kill woman who criticized notorious bikers in 2001
by JJ Hensley - Mar. 29, 2012 09:15 PM
The Republic | azcentral.com
A Mesa Hells Angel was sentenced to more than 23 years in prison Thursday for his role in a 2001 murder linked to a botched federal investigation of the motorcycle club.
Kevin Augustiniak, 33, pleaded guilty to second-degree murder last year for his role in the October 2001 slaying of 44-year-old Cynthia Garcia, who was stabbed numerous times and nearly decapitated in the desert after she made disparaging remarks about the Hells Angels at their Mesa clubhouse.
Garcia's family pleaded with Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Peter Reinstein to impose on Augustiniak the maximum possible punishment, which was 25 years in prison under the terms of his plea agreement.
"I just want justice," said Garcia's daughter, Angela Ruiz, who was 11 when her mother was murdered.
"I want him to get the maximum because he's still breathing and my mom's gone," she said.
But Augustiniak's family told Reinstein he was about to punish the wrong person for the crime, insisting that a federal informant had committed the murder. Michael C. Kramer was an informant for the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives who did not reveal his role in Garcia's murder until he was working as a paid operative for the government. Kramer received five years' probation for Garcia's murder.
"The Garcia family is not having the truth said here today," Augustiniak's father, Daniel, told the court. "My son didn't have the trial he's supposed to have, didn't have the lawyer he's supposed to have."
Augustiniak's family believes that he was coerced by his former lawyer to sign a plea agreement and that state and federal prosecutors and investigators have worked together to cover up the ATF's mistakes in handling Kramer as an informant, focusing instead on putting Augustiniak behind bars.
A new lawyer represented Augustiniak on Thursday, saying too much of the state's case relies on statements Kramer made after he became a cooperating witness for the government.
Augustiniak will receive more than six years' credit for time served in county jail, but he received no credit for two years he spent in a federal prison while prosecutors attempted to solidify their racketeering case against the Hells Angels.
Augustiniak was charged with the murder in a 2003 federal indictment that also accused 15 others of crimes including racketeering, drug trafficking and violence related to the motorcycle club.
But problems began to emerge as the case made its way through court. The ATF's Operation Black Biscuit sent agents to infiltrate the Hells Angels over a 21-month period in one of the agency's largest undercover operations. It resulted in the indictments of 16 members associated with the club, including Augustiniak and Paul Eischeid in Garcia's murder.
Federal agents initially described Operation Black Biscuit as one of the most successful infiltrations of the biker club. But the case started to fall apart after disputes began to emerge between federal prosecutors and ATF agents. There were also problems with the roles undercover informants played in the investigation.
Half of those originally indicted were given plea deals on lesser charges, and federal charges against five other defendants, including Augustiniak, were dismissed.
Most of the bikers could have faced life terms in prison under the original indictment, but plea deals dictated that none serve more than five years in prison.
Augustiniak, who served 10 months in prison for aggravated assault in 2004 and 2005, was reindicted in Garcia's murder in 2007.
Eischeid remains in Argentina, where he was captured last year. The U.S. Marshals Service and the Justice Department are continuing to work with the Argentine government to coordinate extradition.
Inspector Clue So

Matawan, NJ

#31 Apr 22, 2013
Robert Daniel Thompson,Hells Angels motorcycle club member was in fair condition at U.C. Davis Medical Center after he was gunned down outside
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Robert Daniel Thompson, a 43-year-old convicted sex offender and Hells Angels motorcycle club member was in fair condition at U.C. Davis Medical Center after he was gunned down outside The Shanty in Eureka late Friday night. In 2006, Merced County Sheriff's deputies arrested Thompson on suspicion of killing 12-year-old Jodi Marie Ragsdale and 15-year-old Sheila Carter on Dec. 13, 1986. The two girls' mangled bodies were found dumped alongside a rural road, their heads badly battered.
”These young girls were savagely bludgeoned to death and left out in a dirt road,” said Larry Morse, the Merced County District Attorney.“It really shocked the community.” According to Morse, Thompson was a suspect early on in the case. Department of Corrections information indicates Thompson had been released from prison just months before after serving time for weapons and drug possession.
”This was one of the most horrific crimes I've ever seen,” Morse said.“It was the kind of crime that was fueled by an incredible rage.” There was DNA evidence linking Thompson to the suspected murder weapon -- a car jack. And there was a witness. Thompson kidnapped a woman 10 days after the two girls were murdered, and drove her into a forested area to rape her. According to Morse, Thompson never raped the woman, but she later testified at the murder trial that Thompson had confessed to her he had recently murdered two girls.”It was a very difficult case because of the time here,” Morse said.“Many of the players frankly were not around, or memories had dimmed.” The first trial ended with a jury that hung eight to four in favor of his guilt. The second trial ended with his acquittal.”We were delighted he left Merced County,” Morse said.“There were a lot of people here who believed he escaped justice.” Throughout the course of the trial, Morse said members of the Hells Angels routinely came in to observe. Although no motive has been confirmed, authorities have stated that the shooting may have stemmed from an ongoing feud between the Hells Angels and a rival biker gang,continued
Inspector Clue So

Matawan, NJ

#33 Apr 22, 2013
Off-duty N.J. cop is charged with lying to police about fight involving biker gang
Published: Tuesday, March 27, 2012, 7:45 AM Updated: Tuesday, March 27, 2012, 9:05 AM
By Joe Moszczynski/The Star-Ledger

Fairfield police
A Fairfield police officer has been with second-degree official misconduct and third-degree hindering apprehension.
HARDYSTON — The off-duty veteran police officer should have known better, authorities say, when he walked into a Sussex County bar with two known associates of the Hells Angels motorcycle gang.
That was Anthony Gerardi Jr.’s first mistake, they said.
His second, authorities allege, was lying to officers who were called to Tony’sRestaurant and Pizza Bar in Hardyston after a nasty brawl that January night that left one patron seriously injured.
After a two-month investigation, Gerardi, a 24-year veteran of the Fairfield police force, was arrested Friday on charges of official misconduct, hindering prosecution and failing to perform his duty as a public servant.
“That night, Gerardi had the choice to be a police officer or solidify his associationwith the Hells Angels,” Sussex County First Assistant Prosecutor Gregory Mueller said yesterday.“He made the wrong choice.”
Authorities say the 48-year-old Gerardi identified himself as an officer that night and then gave Hardyston police false information, saying he didn’t know who had struck the patron in the head with a beer mug. Gerardi also denied his two companions, Sean Sweeney, a Hells Angels member, and Bernard Krynicki, a recruit, had anything to do with it, authorities said.
But video surveillance cameras that captured the Jan. 12 melee indicated something different, authorities said. The off-duty officer saw everything.
“He was only two feet away from them,” Mueller said.“He had a front-row seat.”
Gerardi went to the Route 94 bar with Krynicki and Sweeney, whose girlfriend was celebrating her birthday that night. Later, Krynicki had words with a patron, then hit him in the head with a beer mug from behind, prosecutors said, and Sweeney, wearing a Hells Angels cap, then tried to punch the patron’s wife.
When police arrived, Gerardi gave them false information “in an effort to protect both Krynicki and Sweeney from prosecution,” the prosecutor’s office said in a news release.
Krynicki, 45, of North Arlington, and Sweeney, 42, of Hamburg, were arrested two weeks after the incident and charged with aggravated assault and weapons offenses. Krynicki posted bail, while Sweeney was released on a summons.
Gerardi, who faces up to 10 years in prison if convicted on the top charge, has been released on his own recognizance. He could not be reached for comment Monday. Fairfield police announced the arrest but referred all questions to Mueller’s office.
A corporal in the Essex County department’s 29-member patrol division, Gerardi has been suspended with pay pending the outcome of the criminal case and any administrative charges that may follow, according to a statement on the Fairfield Police Department’s website. Gerardi is eligible for retirement next March. A conviction could cost him
Inspector clue so

Matawan, NJ

#34 Apr 22, 2013
Hells Angels Crony Robert Tutokey Gets Prison Time For Helping Alleged Murderous Biker/Former Stock Broker Flee Country
By James King Fri., Dec. 2 2011 at 4:12 PM 102 Comments
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​A Hells Angels hanger-on who helped alleged murderous biker Paul Eischeid flee the country in 2004 has been sentenced to prison time for supplying Eischeid with a false passport before he skipped town.

Eischeid -- a former Charles Schwab stockbroker with a "relatively clean criminal record" -- is accused of the 2001 murder of Cynthia Garcia. He spent four years on the U.S. Marshal's Most Wanted list until he was arrested in Argentina earlier this year.

Robert Eugene Tutokey, 43, will spend nine months in the federal Bureau of Prisons as a guest of the U.S. government after pleading guilty in July to one count of providing false statements in an application for a U.S. passport.

"Tutokey's actions were instrumental in providing a dangerous fugitive the means to flee the country. The U.S. Marshals Service will investigate and arrest those who assist fugitives in avoiding capture," U.S. Marshal David Gonzales says.

On July 13, 2004, Tutokey applied for a passport. On his application, he claimed his eyes were blue -- the same color as Eischeid's. But Tutokey's eyes aren't blue -- they're hazel -- and the passport wasn't for him; it was for Eischeid.

When Tutokey received the passport, he gave it to Eischeid, who used it to travel to Buenos Aires, where he is currently awaiting extradition.

When Eischeid was arrested in February, he had a photocopy of the first page of the passport in Tutokey's name, as well as an Arizona driver's license in Tutokey's name and with Tutokey's Social Security Number.

Eischeid and several other Hells Angels -- including Kevin Augustiniak, who pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in October for his role in the grisly slaying -- were partying with Garcia in the gang's Mesa clubhouse when some of the bikers thought she was being disrespectful.

The bikers beat Garcia inside the clubhouse, "stomping on her head repeatedly," according to court records.

They then dragged Garcia's somewhat-conscious body to a car, threw her in the trunk, and drove into the desert.

The bikers then used a knife to slash at Garcia, "cutting her throat, stabbing her, and
attempting to cut her head off," according to court records.

Eischeid -- as well as several other bikers -- was arrested in 2003 and charged with murder through a 43-count indictment stemming from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives "Operation Black Biscuit," a controversial undercover operation where agents infiltrated the Hells Angels.

Eischeid was released from jail prior to his trial and required to wear an ankle monitor, which he removed before fleeing the country.

U.S. and Argentinian officials are currently coordinating Eischeid's extradition.
Inspector Clue So

Matawan, NJ

#38 Apr 24, 2013
Inspector clue so wrote:
Hells Angels Crony Robert Tutokey Gets Prison Time For Helping Alleged Murderous Biker/Former Stock Broker Flee Country
By James King Fri., Dec. 2 2011 at 4:12 PM 102 Comments
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VeganTiger wrote:
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Probably his daughter went on a date with an older biker guy who still knew how to look and act like a man. Instead of looking in the mirror, it's better to slander them on the Internet. However, it is quite creepy and obsessive indeed.
THE LAST WARRIOR POET wrote:
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Whats you obsession with biker gangs? Every thread you get off the topic and start railing against bikers. Bang your wife? Girlfriend?
DID the TERRORIST BANG your WIFES or GIRLFRIENDS?

VeganTiger Did the Terrorist go on a date with your daughters ?

I am not talking about Bikers Gangs / What are you talking about ?

I am Talking about USA hells angels they have a history that spans decades for Horrible crimes against women and children and I believe they Hold the record for the most child porn transported across the USA in a Trailer.

USA hells angels vote registered sex offenders in to leadre ship roles .

I see people like you think because these freaks who flock together to support men involved in child porn or harming beating raping molesting and murdering women and children Ride Motorcycles to their meeting instead of using cars or commuting by Bus they are Bikers.

Seems you know nothing at all about what real Bikers do in the USA.

Its people like you that give all Bikers a bad name Read up on the dirt bags you call bikers right here in Mass a registered sex offender was an officer of the USA hells angels

seems every time you look another USA hells angels sex offender comes to the surface of the flock. a leader no less.
March 3013
Hells Angels MC.
BY: Todd Feathers.
Source: boston.com

Massachusetts - A federal judge in Boston has sentenced a member of the Hells Angels motorcycle gang with a long criminal record to 21 years in prison for possession of a firearm and ammunition after committing a felony, prosecutors said.
Eric Franco, 38, was the sergeant-at-arms for the Hells Angels chapter in Lynn, a statement from US Attorney Carmen Ortiz said. He was convicted of the charges in September and sentenced Tuesday in US District Court in Boston.

In May, Lynn police arrested Franco after finding the gun and ammunition in his apartment while investigating a report that Franco was assaulting his girlfriend, the statement said.

Franco's criminal record already included three convictions for assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, and convictions for indecent assault and battery, failure to register as a sex offender, breaking and entering with intent to commit a felony, and conspiracy to violate the controlled substances act.

He was also convicted in Arkansas on an assault and battery in the second degree charge after he and five other Hells Angels stabbed four members of another gang, the prosecutors' statement said.

Also today, the State Police announced that they had arrested four suspects and executed multiple search warrants on the North Shore as part of a probe into criminal activities of the Hells Angel and Red Devils motorcycle clubs.

Two of the four suspects arrested were Hells Angels; two others were Red Devils. Two other suspects are still being sought. All six face charges of kidnapping, mayhem, and extortion, State Police said.

The charges stem from acts committed against one male victim. State Police said no further details were being released about the victim or the crimes.

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Inspector Clue So

Matawan, NJ

#39 Apr 24, 2013
BOSTON March 2013

eems you know nothing at all about what real Bikers do in the USA.

Its people like you that give all Bikers a bad name Read up on the dirt bags you call bikers right here in Mass a registered sex offender was an officer of the USA hells angels

seems every time you look another USA hells angels sex offender comes to the surface of the flock. a leader no less.
March 3013
Hells Angels MC.
BY: Todd Feathers.
Source: boston.com

Massachusetts - A federal judge in Boston has sentenced a member of the Hells Angels motorcycle gang with a long criminal record to 21 years in prison for possession of a firearm and ammunition after committing a felony, prosecutors said.
Eric Franco, 38, was the sergeant-at-arms for the Hells Angels chapter in Lynn, a statement from US Attorney Carmen Ortiz said. He was convicted of the charges in September and sentenced Tuesday in US District Court in Boston.

In May, Lynn police arrested Franco after finding the gun and ammunition in his apartment while investigating a report that Franco was assaulting his girlfriend, the statement said.

Franco's criminal record already included three convictions for assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, and convictions for indecent assault and battery, failure to register as a sex offender, breaking and entering with intent to commit a felony, and conspiracy to violate the controlled substances act.

He was also convicted in Arkansas on an assault and battery in the second degree charge after he and five other Hells Angels stabbed four members of another gang, the prosecutors' statement said.

Also today, the State Police announced that they had arrested four suspects and executed multiple search warrants on the North Shore as part of a probe into criminal activities of the Hells Angel and Red Devils motorcycle clubs.

Two of the four suspects arrested were Hells Angels; two others were Red Devils. Two other suspects are still being sought. All six face charges of kidnapping, mayhem, and extortion, State Police said.

The charges stem from acts committed against one male victim. State Police said no further details were being released about the victim or the crimes.

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Matawan, NJ

#41 Apr 30, 2013
Sparta, NJ police: Hells Angels 'prospect' arrested
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Source: dailyrecord.com

New Jersey -~Sparta
SPARTA--A Sussex County man described by police as a Hells Angels prospect wasarrested in connection with an incident last month when an off-duty officer spotted him riding his motorcycle while wearing a 16-inch knife, police said.

Police discovered Sean Sweeney, 39, of Fredon, had a previous criminal conviction out of Bergen County and during an investigation of the Aug. 19 incident, he was found to be prohibited from possessing any weapons .

On that day, Sparta Officer Andrew Petrucelli responded to the area of Sparta Junction when an off-duty Byram Township officer reported he was driving behind a black Harley Davidson and the driver was wearing a large knife.

Petrucelli stopped the bike and discovered Sweeney was wearing a special forces weapon--a Delta Force Explorer knife in a sheath on his left hip, said Sgt. John-Paul Beebe.

"It looked like half a sword,'' Beebe said. "(Petrucelli) saw the rider was wearing it on the side. He didn't know what it was, but knew it wasn't correct.''
The knife, which was 16 inches long with a ten-inch blade, was confiscated.
Sweeney, who was wearing a jacket with a Hells Angels prospect patch, was issued a motor vehicle summons for not wearing a proper safety helmet and released, Beebe said.

Further investigation revealed Sweeney was convicted for distributing heroin in Bergen County approximately 10 years ago and was prohibited to possess weapons, Beebe said. Additiona
bigsmellycunt

Hazleton, PA

#42 Apr 30, 2013
A Hell's Angel helped me make crank in my car. They are some helpful fellas.
MCI

Durham, NC

#43 May 23, 2013
" I hope you aren't using a cell phone cuz I heard they control all the towers in the country and use them to track down their enemies. Its horrible this one girl wouldnt date one of them went to call her mom and they blew her cell phone up. Her mom went deaf in one ear to."
LMAO! Yep, I think we've found the dumbest b1tch on the entire Internet.
God of USA hells angels

Matawan, NJ

#44 May 23, 2013
MCI wrote:
" I hope you aren't using a cell phone cuz I heard they control all the towers in the country and use them to track down their enemies. Its horrible this one girl wouldnt date one of them went to call her mom and they blew her cell phone up. Her mom went deaf in one ear to."
LMAO! Yep, I think we've found the dumbest b1tch on the entire Internet.
LOL
I love beating up USA hells angels .the only person your scaring would be the red devils and other 81 wearing fags that pay the USA hells angels beacuse they are scared of stories like you are making up. REAL men beat USA hells angels up and regular family people can just call the police the USA hells angels are just low level scumbags that support sex offenders and members involved with child porn . USA hells angels are a danger to the community But if citizens but the USA hells angels in jail the USA hells angels do not have anyone to seek revenge . USA hells angels are just out of shape men that need attention.

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God of USA hells angels

Matawan, NJ

#45 May 23, 2013
What do you that of that Coward Chuck Zito running his mouth on his face book page about he would break my arm and all other kinds of BS LOL Then I offer to fight him and he chickens out and take his comments off his facebook.

Some faggot Boston Hells angels got on Chuck Zito's facebook page and agreed with Chuck Now that Chuck Chickened out like a true USA hells angels You would thing the asshole Boston Ha would apologize.

Its Funny Chuck Zito quit the USA hells angels along time ago but he keeps pushing the date up .

He had no real reason . The Boston hells angels should be beating chick Zitos ass for quitting or for chickening out of fighting after he made then believe he was going to break my arm and other stuff.

Why are the Boston and other Mass Hells angels licking Chuck Zitos ass ???
The Girlbilly

Conway, SC

#46 Sep 9, 2013
This is so hysterical... yet another case of keyboard bad asses oh God of USA you sound like some crazy whiny bitch. Stop!!! you make yourself look stupid. I can't stop laughing!
The Girlbilly

Conway, SC

#47 Sep 9, 2013
Inspector Clue So you sound like another clueless blind folded sheep shut it.

Since: May 13

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#48 Sep 9, 2013
What does the hells angels have to do with terrorism?

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