Wilkie who supports this crap ? 81 it...

Wilkie who supports this crap ? 81 its all about the child porn ?explain

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81 child porn

Old Bridge, NJ

#2 Mar 17, 2013
you can't find a better group of people to waste your time and money supporting ??? you sick freak.

The USDSA hel;ls angels left decades of women and child victims all acrosss the USA do we really need you welcoming them ?? your freaking coward stand like a man against scumbags invading the area Not woos out like a coward. stand up and protect your area like a man . God Dam woos bitch
81 child porn

Old Bridge, NJ

#3 Mar 17, 2013
This USA Hells angel sex offender was just taken off the street WILKIE so when your punk ass supports 81 this scumbag is who you have been supporting asshole Yea asshole I have no problem having a real fight with you I don't just type Bitch .
I have a bad problem telling the truth and picking fakes out of a flock and I see follows like you as weak punks scared to stand like a man for what is right

Hells Angel member sentenced in federal court in Boston to 21 years

By Todd Feathers, Globe Correspondent

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.

Todd Feathers can be reached at [email protected] Follow him on Twitter at @ToddFeathers.
81 child porn

Old Bridge, NJ

#4 Mar 17, 2013
God dam punks supporting scumbags because they are scared to stand up against all odds and fight like men for what is right.

In Japan they would give a Coward like you a chance to end it with your own sword you have disgraced the arts with your cowardly behavior.

In China the Monks would fuck that Any place where Noble men practiced they protected the locals . you have disgraced yourself.
81 child porn

Old Bridge, NJ

#5 Mar 17, 2013
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COLUMBIA — After a five-week trial describing rampant drug sales, gun running and intimidation throughout South Carolina at the hands of motorcycle outlaws, jurors in federal court Thursday found three Hells Angels guilty of racketeering and other charges, according to court dOiler of Lancaster, and Bruce “Bruce-Bruce” Long of the Columbia area all face decades in prison at sentencing in a few weeks. It is unclear how long prison terms will be, but some convictions carry 20 years each.

A fourth Hells Angels member, Thomas “Uncle Tom” Plyler of Lancaster, was found not guilty of the three charges against him and ordered released by U.S. District Court Judge Cameron Currie, verdict documents show.

Because the judge and jury still have to consider procedural matters such as drug weights and property forfeitures, U.S. Attorney’s Office spokeswoman Beth Drake declined to comment on the verdicts.

Efforts to reach attorneys for the convicted Hells Angels members were unsuccessful Thursday.

The trial in federal court in Columbia, conducted under heavy security, featured wiretaps, surveillance and informants used by police and federal prosecutors to allege the Hells Angels directing a criminal enterprise running cocaine, methamphetamine and weapons, then laundering the profits.

During the trial, assistant U.S. Attorney Jay Richardson described the Hells Angels – who in York County called themselves the Rock Hell City Nomads – as a “gang,”“outlaws,” and “criminals” who ran drugs in an ongoing crime cabal of violent greed.

The Hells Angels used subterfuges including calling the drugs “ice cream” and pizza,” and in one instance delivering weapons in a guitar case.

Police seized about 100 guns, cocaine and methamphetamine when 20 arrests were made in a sweeping June 2012 raid, claiming the bust was a huge effort to clean up South Carolina’s illegal drugs and weapons scourge by eliminating the source.

The Hells Angels cornered the methamphetamine trade in South Carolina, a “full patch” Hells Angels member in prison on drug convictions testified.

Court officials had such a concern for security during the trial that federal Homeland Security agents and local police regularly patrolled both inside and outside the courthouse.

Plyler, the sole defendant cleared Thursday, could not be reached for comment after the verdict.

His brother, Charles Plyler, said after the trial that “every one of those people on trial was entrapped” by overzealous government agents who set up alleged crimes to go after the bikers. Police and prosecutors used “all kinds of lies,” he said.

Defense lawyers during the trial tried to paint the investigation as just that – entrapment of the Hells Angels targeting an outlaw culture that bucked societal norms. Defense lawyers hammered prosecutors’ use of informant Joe Dillulio, a Rock Hill jeweler portrayed by the bikers as an ex-con snitch from New York with ties to mobsters, who was paid $6,000 a month to testify.

Baker, Oiler and Long were convicted after prosecutors documented hundreds of photos, phone calls and videos showing drug deals with large amounts of cocaine and crystal meth, weapons deliveries that included assault weapons, and other crimes.

Baker was convicted on racketeering conspiracy, drugs and money laundering charges, court documents show. The jury cleared Baker of four other charges.

Oiler, depicted on wiretaps selling both drugs and weapons, was convicted of racketeering conspiracy, 12 drug charges, two weapons charges, and a money laundering charge, according to federal verdict forms.

Long was convicted of racketeering conspiracy, 10 drug charges, two weapons charges, and money laundering.

All three are expected to appeal.

Several other Hells Angels and associates arrested in June have already pleaded guilty, including Rock
81 child porn

Old Bridge, NJ

#8 Mar 17, 2013

Cool right Wilkie make sure you tell all your younf students how cool this is .You coward bitch
81 sex offenders

Old Bridge, NJ

#10 Mar 18, 2013
Hell's Angel & Nevada brothel owner Dave Burgess convicted of child pornography PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 19 July 2008
Former brothel owner gets 15 years in child porn case
Associated Press
Las Vegas Review-Journal
Jul. 19, 2008

CHEYENNE, Wyo.-- A former Nevada brothel owner has been sentenced to 15 years in federal prison for his conviction on two child pornography charges in Wyoming.
David Burgess was sentenced Friday in U.S. District Court for possessing and transporting child pornography.
U.S. District Judge Alan B. Johnson also sentenced the 55-year-old Hells Angel motorcycle club member to 10 years of supervision upon his release, lifetime registration as a sex offender and a fine of $20,000.
Investigators found two hard drives containing thousands of images of child pornography in Burgess' motor home after a traffic stop last summer in western Wyoming. A jury convicted Burgess in April on both charges against him.

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