7 Hells Angels strike plea deals

7 Hells Angels strike plea deals

There are 3 comments on the Arizona Republic story from Feb 17, 2006, titled 7 Hells Angels strike plea deals. In it, Arizona Republic reports that:

Defendants who plead guilty don't often claim victory over the government, but that's what happened Thursday after members of the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club cut deals with prosecutors at the U.S. District ...

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Paul Charlton

Fountain Hills, AZ

#1 Mar 11, 2006
He seems like a pretty inept U.S. Attorney. How did an office of 'experienced' attorneys violate due process rules...again, thus managing to release members of the Hells Angels back onto our streets?
The answer Guy

Grand Island, NE

#2 Mar 17, 2006
I'll tell you how Paul! because to have a fair trial you have to have ALL the evidence from both sides and if the A.T.F. were to give up all their evidence there would be another Senate inquiry as to who authorized and why did they (the A.T.F.) murder DANNY SEIBERT "HOOVER" --So paul I hope this answers your question! Oh yes, one other note Paul, IT'S MY STREETS !! NOT~~ours~~
Still Shameless Kim

AOL

#3 Apr 26, 2006
Man I don't know what the "Hell" is going on, but your in my heart full time.
If you say its a victory, than it is.
Wishing I was home.

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