May 23, 2018

Pair charged with conspiracy to murder as Rebels bikie investigation continues

INVESTIGATORS have charged two men, one in Newcastle, with a conspiracy to murder as part of an ongoing investigation into a chapter of Rebels bikies.

Homicide Squad detectives arrested two men, aged 25 and 29, at corrections centres in Newcastle and Goulburn on Tuesday. The pair were both charged with conspire and agree to murder. The charges stem from an investigation by Strike Force Raptor into the Burwood chapter of the Rebels outlaw motorcycle gang and their associates that began in November 2015.

A man, now 29, had previously been charged over the alleged conspiracy to murder Ricky Ciano, who died in Oberon in 2017. The latest arrests came following further investigations.

The two men charged on Tuesday will remain in custody until they face court in June. 
Homicide Squad Commander Detective Superintendent Scott Cook said the investigation was ongoing.
“The Homicide Squad is working side-by-side with Strike Force Raptor and pursuing a number of lines of inquiry relating to the chapter’s activities,” Detective Superintendent Cook said.
“This includes a strong focus on the links between groups, as well as those who associate with – and between – the groups.”

Police said a separate investigation specifically into Mr Ciano’s death is also continuing. 
“We are continuing to piece together his movements over the weekend, but based on the information we have gathered, the conspiracy is not related to his death,” Detective Superintendent Cook said.

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May 22, 2018

Fatal shooting in Toronto

The Canadian Press is reporting that "Police say a 28-year-old man is dead after a reported shooting in downtown Toronto on Sunday night. Investigators say they believe Jaiden Jackson left a downtown core restaurant with a woman at about 9 p.m. They say a black Honda Civic drove towards the pair and two suspects with firearms shot at Jackson. Police say the two suspects and the car's driver then got out of the car and chased the victim down an underground parking ramp where they continued to shoot at him. The suspects then reportedly drove away. Jackson was taken to hospital,
where he was later pronounced dead."

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British career criminal shot in head and left for dead in Amsterdam

A British career criminal was shot in the head and left for dead on the streets of Amsterdam, the Netherlands, on Saturday night. 55-year-old Allan P. (his last name has not been released by Dutch authorities) was seriously injured and is currently in the hospital.

The attempted hit occurred around 23:30 p.m. While P. was walking on the Stromarkt, an unknown assassin wearing a dark sweater with a hoody aimed a gun at his head and fired one bullet. P. then crumpled to the ground where he was found in a pool of his own blood by passersby.

Though a British citizen, P. has resided in the Netherlands since 1979 and has had frequent run ins with law enforcement. He was convicted of several drug and gun offenses and spent two months in prison after showing a fake South African passport to a Dutch police officer.
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In 2015, he was charged in the notorious case targeting One2Spy, a shop in Amsterdam where one could buy hidden cameras, bugs, GPS-tracers, encrypted mobile phones and the like. In this case “the like” also meant guns. P. was charged with showing a firearm to two British undercover agents who were investigating the spy shop. He was acquitted in court after prosecutors were unable to prove the gun functioned properly.

It is unknown why he was the target of a hit and police are still searching for the gunman.

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May 20, 2018

Prosecutors: Kingsmen members were 'vicious'

PROSECUTORS: Kingsmen trio tried to steer motorcycle club in bad direction.

Prosecutors described the trio of defendants as members of a larger network who took steps to turn a local motorcycle club into a “vicious gang” bent on “terrorizing” the Western New York area.

On Friday, they celebrated a victory in court against three members of the Kingsmen Motorcycle Club who were found guilty by a federal court jury in Buffalo following a four-month trial.
“(Friday)’s verdict demonstrates that the rule of law, as enforced by the dedicated men and women of this office together with our partners in federal, state, and local law enforcement, is more powerful than even the murderous leaders of an outlaw biker gang,” said James P. Kennedy Jr., the U.S. Attorney for the Western District whose office helped prosecute the case.

David Pirk, 67, a Lockport native who was the national president of the Kingsmen Motorcycle Club, and Andre Jenkins, a 39-year-old club member also known as “Little Bear,” were convicted on a host of charges, including RICO conspiracy, possession of firearms in furtherance of crime of violence, murder in aid of racketeering, possession and discharge of a firearm in furtherance of a crime of violence, using and maintaining premises for drug dealing and possession of firearms in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime. Jenkins was also convicted of being a felon in possession of a firearm.

In addition, 58-year-old Timothy Enix, known in the motorcycle gang’s circle as “Blaze,” who was the club’s Florida and Tennessee regional president, was convicted of RICO conspiracy, possession of firearms in furtherance of a crime of violence, using and maintaining premises for drug dealing and possession of firearms in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime.

At the center of the prosecution’s case was the Sept. 6, 2014 murders of Kingsmen motorcycle club members Paul Maue and Daniel “DJ” Szymanski who were shot behind the North Tonawanda KMC Chapter clubhouse.

Pirk was convicted of orchestrating the execution-style killing of Maue and Szymanski.
Jenkins was previously found guilty and sentenced to life in prison without parole for carrying out the murders.
“The ringleaders of the Kingsmen Motorcycle Club have been exposed as the murderous, drug-dealing, gun-toting, misogynistic thugs that they are, and all of those responsible for the senseless murders of Paul Maue and Daniel ‘DJ’ Szymanski have been finally brought to justice,” Kennedy said following the announcement about the jury’s decision on Friday.

Pirk, Jenkins and Enix, along with 17 other regional officers and members of the motorcycle club were hit with a pair of grand jury indictments that charged them with numerous crimes.

In court documents and evidence presented at trial, prosecutors maintained that, beginning in 2013, certain motorcycle gang members, including Pirk, wanted to establish the Kingsmen as a “1 percent” club.

The 1 percent refers to a previous statement by a representative of the American Motorcycle Association that 99 percent of motorcyclists were law-abiding citizens with the remaining 1 percent engaged in certain activities such as drug and firearm trafficking, and acts of violence. The defendants, and others, participated in, directly and indirectly, acts of murder, assault, robbery, kidnapping, drug trafficking, obstruction of justice, and witness tampering, prosecutors argued during trial.

In addition to the murders in North Tonawanda, prosecutors outlined other acts of violence committed by Kingsmen members, including:

• On June 7, 2013, the Kingsmen forcibly shut down the Springville Chapter and strip members of their colors because they were non-compliant members. Brandishing firearms, KMC members struck a victim in the head with a blunt object and stole items from the Springville clubhouse. They then used bleach to clean areas where the victim bled and cut and removed portions of the rug, which contained blood and
• On Sept. 12, 2009, a female victim was punched repeatedly in the face by a KMC member and then held against her will for three days to conceal her facial injuries from police.
“The defendants and their associates transformed the Kingsmen Motorcycle Club into a vicious gang that terrorized the Buffalo area, engaging in senseless murders, brutal violence, robberies, and drug trafficking,” said Acting Assistant Attorney General Cronan. “But after today’s verdict, the Kingsmen Motorcycle Club’s reign of terror is coming to an end. The U.S. Department of Justice and our partners will aggressively pursue violent gangs wherever they are found and bring them to justice.”

Sentencing is set for Sept. 25 before U.S. District Court Judge Elizabeth A. Wolford, who presided over the trial of the case.


Two men charged in St. John's with conspiracy to murder Hells Angels associate

This one is from Newfoundland. The Telgram is reporting that Two men have recently been charged in St. John's with conspiracy to murder Hells Angels associate Bradley Summers. Brad was arrested June 2013 for uttering threats and wore Hells Angel gear to court. He lived in a house with his coaccused that was firebombed the month before his arrest. Bad luck.

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May 18, 2018

Auftragskiller im Hamburger Kiez

Ein seit Jahren ungelöster Fall im Rotlichtmilieu Hamburg und der mysteriöse Mord an einem jungen Hamburger Boxer. Möglicherweise gibt es da eine Verbindung, vermutet die Polizei und veröffentlicht nun ein Video.

Der Schütze hatte bereits auf sein Opfer gewartet: Im November 2013 wird ein damals 24 Jahre altes Hamburger Hells Angels Mitglied an der Rennbahnstraße in Horn mit mehreren Schüssen niedergestreckt. Drei Kugeln treffen Tim B. Trotz der Schusswunden kann er sich in seine nahe Wohnung schleppen. Er überlebt. Der Täter konnte bislang nicht ermittelt werden.

Doch möglicherweise gibt es eine heiße Spur. Und die könnte nach Informationen von WELT zu einer anderen spektakulären Gewalttat führen, die derzeit von der Itzehoer Polizei ermittelt wird.

Mehr als vier Jahre nach dem Anschlag auf das Mitglied der Hells Angels Hamburg hat die Polizei ein Video der Tat im Internet veröffentlicht. Die Qualität der Aufnahmen ist schlecht. Doch die entscheidenden Details sind gut zu erkennen: der Schütze und seine Flucht in einem Auto mit Pinneberger Kennzeichen.

Ein Machtkampf zwischen den Hells Angels MC und anderen Rockergruppen schlossen die Ermittler damals schnell aus. Vielmehr vermuteten sie einen Streit im Rotlichtmilieu, in dem Tim B. aktiv war.

Mehrere Frauen ließ er für sich anschaffen, darunter auch seine damalige Verlobte, die ihn begleitete, als die Schüsse fielen. Möglicherweise ging es um einen Streit um Prostituierte. In Hamm sollen die Hells Angels Hamburg damals in einen Erotikklub investiert haben, der dann pleiteging. Die Polizei begann wegen versuchter Tötung zu ermitteln – bislang ohne Erfolg.

Doch das könnte sich ändern. Florian Abbenseth, Sprecher der Hamburger Polizei, erklärte am Donnerstag: „Im Zusammenhang mit den Ermittlungen der Kriminalpolizei Itzehoe zum Mord am Boxer Tunahan K. im Sommer 2017 haben sich zwischenzeitlich neue Ermittlungsansätze in Bezug auf das versuchte Tötungsdelikt vom 4.11.2013 ergeben.“

Die Kommissare der Polizei Itzehoe bearbeiten derzeit einen Fall, der sie an die Grenzen bringt und für den sie eigens eine Sonderkommission eingerichtet haben: den Mord an dem jungen Hamburger Boxer Tunahan K. Er war im Juni vergangenen Jahres verschwunden, seine Leiche wurde später in einem Waldstück in der Nähe der A7-Raststätte Holmmoor gefunden.

Die Itzehoer Polizei geht davon aus, dass Tunahan K. vom Hamburger Berufsverbrecher Frank Lindner getötet wurde. „Franky“ – der zuletzt eine Rentnerin in Appen umgebracht hatte, und sich dann Anfang dieses Jahres in seiner Zelle in Itzehoe tötete – galt als Mann fürs Grobe auf dem Kiez. Er erpresste, schüchterte ein und schoss auch gegen Honorar. Auf seinem Grundstück ganz in der Nähe des Fundorts der Leiche entdeckten die Beamten Munition und Waffen, die zum Fall Tunahan K. passen.

Wie WELT erfuhr, könnte Lindner auch im Fall der Schüsse auf Tim B. eine entscheidende Rolle gespielt haben. Welche, ist unklar. Vielleicht hatte er selbst geschossen, möglicherweise war er aber auch der Drahtzieher hinter dem Anschlag auf den Hells Angels Member.

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Razzia wegen Poker-Betrug

Poker Betrug
Im Zusammenhang mit Ermittlungen wegen eines groß angelegten Betrugs bei Pokerspielen hat die Polizei bundesweit mehrere Tatverdächtige vorläufig festgenommen.

Einsatzkräfte des Landeskriminalamt Sachsen durchsuchten am Dienstag außerdem 23 Wohnungen und andere Objekte in Sachsen, Berlin, Hamburg, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Baden-Württemberg, Rheinland-Pfalz und Brandenburg.

Bereits seit Oktober 2017 ermittelt die Staatsanwaltschaft Dresden wegen des Verdachts auf Verbrechen des banden- und gewerbsmäßigen Betrugs gegen derzeit 15 Beschuldigte. Bei mehreren Tatverdächtigen handelt es sich demnach um Mitglieder des Rockerklub Hells Angels MC Berlin Central, so ein Sprecher des LKA Sachsen.

Seit mindestens April 2014 sollen die Tatverdächtigen regelmäßig Pokerrunden organisiert haben, zu denen sie „vorrangig liquide, teils auch prominente oder besonders in der Öffentlichkeit stehende Personen“ anwarben. Bei den Spielen sollen sie mit manipuliertem technischem Spezialequipment „bewusst und gewollt betrogen“ haben.

Der Gewinn der Gruppierung bewegte sich demnach pro Spieltag im vier- bis fünfstelligen Eurobereich und wurde untereinander aufgeteilt. Seit 2014 wurde nach bisherigen Erkenntnissen auf diese Weise ein Gesamtgewinn von mindestens 660.000 Euro erzielt, wobei die Ermittlungen noch andauern. Solche Pokerrunden fanden unter anderem in Dresden, Hamburg, Leipzig und auf Mallorca statt.

Am Dienstag wurden nach LKA-Angaben sechs Haftbefehle vollstreckt. Die Tatverdächtigen sollte im Laufe des Tages den Haftrichtern vorgeführt werden. Bei den Durchsuchungen wurden zudem zahlreiche Beweismittel gefunden, darunter manipulierte Ausrüstung und Datenträger, ferner eine Schusswaffe und Betäubungsmittel. Insgesamt waren rund 300 Beamte im Einsatz.

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Verdict reached in racketeering trial of top ex-Bandidos leaders

On the three-year anniversary of Texas’ deadliest biker shootout, jurors in San Antonio found the two top former Bandidos leaders guilty of all charges they faced in a racketeering indictment.

After two days of deliberations, the eight men, four women jury returned a unanimous verdict against former Bandidos national president Jeffrey Fay Pike, 62, of Conroe, and ex-vice president John Xavier Portillo, 58, of San Antonio, on all counts each faced in a 13-count indictment.

The crimes include racketeering conspiracy, murder, extortion and drug dealing (or aiding and abetting the crimes). Some involved the killings of rival bikers by other Bandidos members.

Pike and Portillo were arrested in separate raids on Jan. 6, 2016, over allegations that they oversaw years of mayhem by members of the biker club that once reached overseas.

The pair are charged in an indictment that was modified at least four times and contains 13 counts, though none of the charges were in relation to the May 17, 2015, shootout at Twin Peaks restaurant in Waco involving Bandidos, members of the Cossacks Motorcycle Club and police. That incident resulted in nine bikers being killed, 20 being injured and nearly 200 being arrested on state charges that later crumbled under the direction of the state prosecutor, McLennan County District Attorney Abel Reyna.

The San Antonio case did not involve Reyna’s office, but was prosecuted by the U.S. Attorney’s Office in San Antonio and was part of an investigation that had already been ongoing before the Twin Peaks shootout. In a trial lasting nearly three months in federal court in San Antonio, the two leaders challenged the government’s contention that they were the crime bosses of what the feds called “the mafia on two wheels.”

Pike was national president of the Bandidos from mid-2005 until he stepped down in January 2016 after his arrest, and has been out on bond ever since. Pike picked Portillo as his national vice president in 2013, and he had been in that position until he was arrested. Portillo was denied bond and has been in jail since his arrest.

The judge ordered Pike into custody after the verdict, and set his sentencing for October. The judge set sentencing for Portillo in September.


Wisconsin man imprisoned for deadly motorcycle shop standoff

OSHKOSH, Wis. — A Wisconsin man has been sentenced to 100 years in prison for his role in a standoff at a motorcycle shop that led to the death of one of his hostages.

A jury in March found Brian Flatoff guilty of 14 felonies, including attempted homicide. Jurors rejected his insanity defense, determining he did not suffer from a mental disease or defect during the December 2015 standoff with police at Eagle Nation Cycles in Neenah.

Authorities say Flatoff shot at officers and initiated the sequence of events that led to the death of 60-year-old hostage Michael Funk. Police mistakenly shot Funk during the standoff. Officers have been cleared of any wrongdoing.

A judge sentenced the 48-year-old Flatoff Wednesday to a 100-year term. Flatoff said he'll appeal his conviction.


May 16, 2018

Leden Motorclub No Rules collectief opgestapt

Oprichter Gerrit S. had incestueuze verhouding met zijn dochter.
President, Nomad, National, Founder.

Gerrit S. Perverse pedofiel of verkeerd begrepen? Op een mooie dag trouwt Gerrit S. Uit het huwelijk word Natascha geboren. Vader Gerrit weet het kind als ze ouder wordt wijs te maken dat ze niet zijn dochter is en begint een pedofiele verhouding met haar. Die duurt lang. Er worden 3 kinderen zelfs uit geboren. Een jongen en twee meisjes.  Op een moment ontdekt Natasja dat Gerrit wel haar vader is. En in haar woede probeert ze hem dood te schieten. Ze raakt hem wel maar niet dodelijk en ze gaat voor een paar jaar de cel in. In die tijd dat ze binnen zit probeert Gerrit het met een van zijn (klein)dochters. Hij wordt opgepakt en na verhoor weer vrijgelaten.

Gerrit begint een motorclub. Uit het niets is daar ineens No Rules MTC (Motor Trike Club, later MC) Het rommelt nogal binnen de club. Een mede oprichter word eruit gegooid (BS) en van verschillende kanten komt bij de members het misbruik en incest verhaal binnen. Deze week is Gerrit S ermee geconfronteerd door zijn members. Na aanvankelijke ontkenning gaf hij toch het geheel toe. Dat de kinderen van hem waren en dat hij de verhouding had gehad. Collectief zijn alle mensen binnen No Rules MC opgestapt. De naam is besmet vanwege de incestueuze oprichter Gerrit S.

Dit nam Gerrit S. letterlijk (Van zijn facebook afgehaald)

Hij heeft levens vernietigd en binnen de motorwereld de naam van zijn club naar de kloten geholpen. Verschillende clubs hebben hem al verwijderd uit hun kringen.

No Rules. Dat nam Gerrit S. letterlijk dus. Geen regels, pak je dochter en misbruik haar waar en wanneer je kunt. No Rules?  Dan ook No Mercy. We hopen dat hij een stevige lange straf zal krijgen voor zijn incest en misbruik.

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