Einer von ihnen ist Kadir Padir, der Boss der Berliner Hells Angels. SPIEGEL TV erzählt vom Aufstieg und Fall eines Höllenengels. Die Autoren. Am Dienstag hatte das Berliner Landgericht sieben Rocker wegen gemeinschaftlichen Mordes sowie deren Chef Kadir P. wegen Anstiftung. Tahir Özbek wird in Berlin erschossen. Nun erwarten die angeklagten Hells Angels um Kadir Padir das Urteil. Und was ist mit der Familie.
Groß und breit, Jogginghose, der Schädel rasiertNur Kadir Padir, der Berliner Hells-Angels-Boss, gibt sich demonstrativ unbeeindruckt. Wegen Anstiftung zum Mord an Tahir Özbek am Am Dienstag hatte das Berliner Landgericht sieben Rocker wegen gemeinschaftlichen Mordes sowie deren Chef Kadir P. wegen Anstiftung. Rocker der Hells Angels hatten in einem Wettbüro in Urteil im Wettbüro-Mordprozess: Kadir P. hat den Mord an Tahir Ö. in Auftrag.
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Im Artemis hatten die "Hells Angels" freien Eintritt. Bei der Pressekonferenz zur Razzia zeigt. Cenkay T. Thursday, 28 November PM.
How exactly Padir has formulated the murder order is not known. But it is quite clear that it should not just be about showing presence, that is, a demonstration of power.
There is a video indeed, taken by surveillance cameras. It shows 13 rockers in single file going to the store. The court says no one has been surprised by the shots.
Only the defendant Yakub S. Although he had "a fine motive" according to the court. Tahir Ozbek had seriously injured his brother at the disco.
Yakub S. Because of this, he no longer has to go to jail; his pre-trial detention is already considered to have served him. The court also charges him with a detention.
At the very end, the State Criminal Police Office also receives clear words. The court sees clear evidence of massive police training.
So clear evidence that the judges want to save the defendants for each two years imprisonment. And it did not do anything for his protection.
Against three officials is a preliminary investigation for manslaughter by omission. The judge puts it clearly: "forces of the LKA omitted compelling measures that could have prevented the act.
Enforcement solution is called that. A life imprisonment is unlimited in time. After 15 years, a release from custody on probation can be considered for the first time.
With the discount of two years, this would be possible after only 13 years. Sources say the persons are supporters of the Hells Angels and bouncers and hooligans in the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern scene.
Other sources say the persons are members of the "Brigade 81", a murderous group of the Hells Angels. One of the hooligans now ex-hooligan and vice-president of the Potsdam Hells Angels  was a famous and dangerous fighter, who had beaten the French police officer Daniel Nivel into a coma in The police seized white masks, knuckle dusters, telescopic batons, quartz-sand-gloves and illegal drugs.
The background of the incident was that a group of Bandidos appeared in the "Gold Club" and wanted to play power games.
Later in , Bandidos members attacked a Hells Angels member in Berlin  and shots were fired at a Hells Angels member in Cottbus.
During the brutal conflict a Hells Angels member and tattooist from Neumünster was seriously injured with a knife. On December 6, , the front man of the Hells Angels "Nomads", was brutally beaten in the nightclub "Omega" in Eberswalde.
The perpetrators were members of the Chicanos, a support group of the Bandidos motorcycle gang. In February , the Hells Angels published a statement about the mass brawl in Kiel, distancing itself from contacts to the right-wing scene.
The attempt to draw the club into the right-wing haze is a personal insult for every member, the Hells Angels indicate. One comes from Israel, one from Palestine, one even from Surinam.
And we are xenophobic? On June 5, , the clubhouse of the Chicanos was completely destroyed from inside. Several members of the Chicanos suffered skull fractures and elbow fractures.
The attackers belong to the notorious "Brigade 81". Reports say the object was a homemade bomb and the car belonged to the president of the local Chicanos.
In August , a leading member of the Berlin Bandidos was stabbed and shot to death in Hohenschönhausen, Berlin. A news channel claimed, the year-old Michael B.
Police reports say there is a continuing war over territorial claims between the Bandidos and the Hells Angels. In October , at the opening ceremony of a new Hells Angels pub in Potsdam , 70 police officers controlled persons, 39 vehicles and arrested one member, who was a fugitive belonging to the Hells Angels group "Nomads.
Two baseball bats and a banned one-handed knife were also found. Since December 22, , two members of the Hells Angels stood trial in Kaiserslautern.
They were accused, along with another Hells Angels member, who was previously a fugitive, of having allegedly murdered the year-old  President of the Donnersberg Outlaws MC in June Also in December , a year-old member of the Hells Angels was stabbed and critically injured in Erfurt.
Shortly after the attack, the police arrested four suspects in Weimar, including two members of the Jena Bandidos.
In January , the President of the Flensburg Hells Angels was arrested, accused of attempted homicide and hit-and-run driving, by having hit a Bandidos member with his car on the A7 , reports say.
Investigators searched for additional evidence in connection with the discovery of a weapons depot in a car repair shop in Flensburg.
In November , police had discovered explosives, five machine guns, ten shotguns and pump guns, revolvers and pistols and lots of ammunition.
Police reports say the background of this step is unknown. German Bandidos probably have a problem with members of foreign origin. In general, it was claimed that the outlaw motorcyclists were nationalistic and felt they were "real German men", therefore members with Turkish roots were not welcome.
A leading Hells Angels member confirmed the defection and said the new members will be part of "Hells Angels Turkey.
On March 15, , a year-old supporter of the Bandidos was stabbed and badly injured in Kiel. In the same night, police raided meeting points of the Hells Angels.
A few days earlier, shots were fired at the house of the local Hells Angels leader. Since March , a Hells Angels member has been standing trial in Duisburg for having murdered an Oberhausen Bandidos member in Hochfeld, Duisburg on October 8, who was executed with a headshot in its red-light district.
The background to the crimes were caused by economic difficulties. In May , the warring gangs declared an armistice , but investigators doubt whether hostilities will cease.
On May 3, , the Cologne chapter of the Hells Angels MC was forcefully disbanded and all property of the chapter was confiscated by the North Rhine-Westphalia ministry of home affairs.
On the same morning the North Rhine-Westphalian Police raided and searched 32 homes of its members. No arrests were made, however the public display of chapter symbols and the wearing of its regalia were banned.
The North Rhine-Westphalian interior minister justified these actions by saying "The Hells Angels intentionally ignore the basic values of our society.
They close themselves off from society, set up their own rules and practice vigilante justice ". Allegations of an information leak inside the Berlin ministry of home affairs about the upcoming measures were made.
Eight members of the Hells Angels' Berlin charter, including the chapter president Kadir Padir, were sentenced to life in prison by a Berlin court in for the murder of Tahrir Özbek, a rival gangster with whom Padir was in a long-running conflict.
One other Hells Angels member was handed a shortened prison sentence of twelve years after he cooperated with investigators.
In early October , Giessen Chapter boss Aygun Mucuk was shot dead at the chapter clubhouse, reportedly the result of a rivalry between the Giessen Hells Angels, whose membership is largely of Turkish origin, and the long-established Hells Angels chapter in nearby Frankfurt.
Hundreds of Hells Angels members gathered to ride in honor at his funeral. The Hells Angels control much of the drug trade in the Netherlands, and are also involved in prostitution.
Hells Angels member Louis Hagemann, who had over a hundred previous convictions including armed robbery, rape and attempted murder, was convicted of the murder of a mother and her two daughters in February After strangling Corina Bolhaar, he stabbed nine-year-old Donna and six-year-old Sharon.
Hagemann was cleared of murdering Northern Irish woman Joanne Wilson in Amsterdam in due to insufficient evidence.
Belgian police also raided two locations over the border. A number of Hells Angels members were later imprisoned on charges of international trafficking of cocaine and ecstasy, the production and distribution of marijuana , money laundering and murder, after an investigation that lasted over a year.
In two Dutch newspapers reported that the Amsterdam brothel Yab Yum had long been controlled by the Dutch Hells Angels, who had taken over after a campaign of threats and blackmailing.
During a subsequent trial the city's attorney repeated these allegations and the brothel's attorney denied them. Twenty-three bikers were arrested following a fight between Hells Angels and Mongols , in which several gunshots were fired and one person wounded, at the Van der Valk hotel in Rotterdam on April 7, On May 29, the Hells Angels were banned in the Netherlands.
This is the first country in the world to outlaw the entire club. The presiding judge of the court in Utrecht called it "a danger to public order and the rule of law".
The Hells Angels' first international chapter was opened in Auckland on 1 July In June , members of the Hells Angels, Highway 61 , the Mongrel Mob and the Polynesian Panthers were involved in a large-scale brawl in Auckland, which resulted in numerous arrests.
Seven Hells Angels received prison sentences of up to ten years for their part in the murder of Bradley Earl Haora, a nineteen-year-old Highway 61 member killed with a shotgun in Mount Eden on December 29, In , Sisson and his wife, Vikki Thorne-George, were convicted of money laundering and conspiracy to supply methamphetamine.
Due to the extent of the criminal activities of HAMC in Norway , Kripos , the criminal investigation unit of the Norwegian police, considers the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club to be a criminal organisation.
In the presumed leader of HAMC Norway Leif Ivar Kristiansen was convicted of threats, robbery and severe drug crimes, and sentenced to four years and nine months in prison.
In another case he was found guilty of fencing and tax evasion, and a number of smaller charges. The convictions include violence, rape, severe drug criminality and threats.
In , and the police conducted raids on the HAMC headquarters in Oslo and confiscated a number of illegal weapons in all the raids.
The police demanded in October that the headquarters be seized as they believe the house is being used as a staging ground for organized criminal activities.
In July , Portuguese prosecutors charged 89 members of Hells Angels with involvement in organized crime, attempted murder, robbery, drug trafficking, qualified extortion and possession of illegal weapons and ammunition.
An international drug smuggling ring involving Hells Angels in South Africa and the United States was allegedly established in November and uncovered by police in Arizona in The amphetamine "South African Brown", hidden in stuffed toys, was speed mailed from South Africa to Flagstaff, Arizona , from where it was distributed to other US states.
South Africans Peter Conway, vice-president of the Hells Angels Nomad chapter, and Michael "Jethro" Hall, former president, and a number of American members were charged with the smuggling.
American Hells Angel Greg Surdukan pleaded guilty to charges and was sentenced to fifteen years in prison by a Phoenix judge in June The US authorities had less success prosecuting the South Africans; Hall was shot dead during a burglary at his Johannesburg home in May ,  and Conway emigrated to the United Kingdom before he could face charges where he died in November , aged fifty-two.
Bely, along with Andrei Bykov and Bykov's spouse, cousin, adopted daughter and her husband, allegedly obtained the drug from the Hells Angels in South Africa and delivered it to St.
Petersburg , passing it off as bath salts. In May , Bykov's wife fled to South Africa, seeking to avoid criminal prosecution.
The group then began delivering ephedrine under the guise of detergent. In , three accomplices of Bykov and Bely were found guilty and sentenced to prison terms.
Andrei Bykov and his wife Yevgenia were extradited in and received and year sentences, respectively. Two of them were members of the club's Italian chapters.
The Hells Angels arrested were charged with drugs and weapons trafficking, and extortion. One suspect also attempted to use a firearm against police officers as he was being arrested.
On October 12, , a club owned by the Hells Angels in Barcelona, The other place , was attacked by anti-fascists while a Nazi concert organized by the far-right party Democracia Nacional was held there.
Members of the Spanish Charter were involved in a killing and tried. Sweden is home to twelve Hells Angels chapters with members and official supporters.
Since , Thailand has hosted Hells Angels nomads — members not affiliated with any particular regional chapter. A Pattaya chapter was founded in April It was reported in that the club has fourteen fully patched members in the country — five Australians, four Germans, a Canadian and four Thais.
Australian Hells Angels member Luke Joshua Cook and his Thai wife Kanyarat Wedphitak were sentenced to death in November after being found guilty of attempting to smuggle half a ton of methamphetamine from China into Thailand on board a yacht in June Wayne Schneider, a high-ranking Australian member of the Hells Angels in Thailand, was abducted at gunpoint outside his villa in Pattaya on November 30, and taken to a flat where he was tied to a chair and beaten to death by five other Hells Angels.
His body was found the following day. Antonio Bagnato, another Australian who hired four fellow Hells Angels to help him kill Schneider over a drug network dispute, was convicted of murder and sentenced to death in February Bagnato also fled the country after the murder of Sydney man Bradley Dillon for which he is a suspect.
It was reported in that the group has 12 chapters and an estimated members in the country. Ian "Moose" Everest was convicted of raping the girl and sentenced to seven years, while Stephen "Boots" Ripley and Anthony "Chas" Mann were each given four years for aiding and abetting Everest.
A group of up to 30 Hells Angels ambushed 15 members of an unsanctioned Windsor "Hells Angels" chapter who were sleeping in a car park near Brockenhurst in April Richard Sharman, the leader of the Windsor chapter, survived being shot three times in the head and another man received a shotgun wound to the buttocks.
With further violence seeming inevitable, undercover police officers were assigned to observe key figures on both sides.
The Hells Angels became involved in a dispute between a Dutch drug trafficker and a Liverpool crime family in late The Liverpudlian gang had made a significant down payment on a large shipment of cannabis from Amsterdam which was seized by British customs officials during a routine check of a Dutch-registered ship docking at Manchester.
While the Hells Angels waited in their car, a gunman approached and shot Rowledge four times in the chest, killing him, before escaping in a waiting vehicle.
Pierre Rodrigue and David Rouleau, two Canadian Hells Angels from the Sherbrooke chapter, were arrested by British police London at the request of the RCMP in February before being extradited to Canada and sentenced to 14 years imprisonment for conspiring to smuggle kilograms of cocaine into the UK in a scheme also involving the Rizzuto crime family and Colombian cartels.
The Hells Angels waged a two-year turf war with the Outcasts, who are centred in London and East Anglia , during the late s.
The dispute between the two clubs is believed to have begun when the Outcasts tried to absorb a small Hertfordshire club, The Lost Tribe, in June Concerned that such a move would make the Outcasts their equal in numbers, the Hells Angels made The Lost Tribe honorary members.
That November, two members of the Outcasts were arrested in possession of loaded shotguns, allegedly on their way to confront the Hells Angels.
Armstrong was dragged from his motorcycle and hacked to death with axes and knives; St Clair raced to his aid but was stabbed eight times.
Ronald "Gut" Wait, president of the Hells Angels' Essex chapter, was convicted of conspiring to cause grievous bodily harm and sentenced to fifteen years imprisonment in relation to the incident.
Two Outcasts were then shot close to their east London clubhouse. Both survived but refused to co-operate with police.
The Outlaws , who have around British members across 14 chapters mainly based in the West Midlands , have since become the Hells Angels' main rivals in the UK since opening chapters in the country in Hells Angels member Gerry Tobin was shot dead as he rode his motorcycle home to London, where he worked as a Harley-Davidson service manager, from the Bulldog Bash in Warwickshire on 12 August Two bullets were fired from a Rover car which drove up alongside him as he sped down the M40 motorway , one hitting him in the head.
Seven members of the Outlaws, the entire South Warwickshire chapter, were convicted over his murder and sentenced to a total of years in prison.
A brawl between up to thirty Hells Angels and Outlaws members took place at Birmingham International Airport on 20 January after the two groups had found themselves together on a flight from Alicante , Spain, with police recovering various weapons including knuckledusters , hammers, a machete and a meat cleaver.
Hells Angels member Dennis Taskin was jailed for six years and nine months after admitting illegally possessing ammunition and five guns as well as cocaine, amphetamines and morphine.
Police had found an Uzi , three revolvers and an antique pistol as well as dum-dum bullets and drugs when they raided a flat rented by Taskin in Hove on 26 December Alcock and Estridge were both sentenced to 14 years.
Harrison alleged that he had been assaulted by Barnes and other Hells Angels members after refusing to join the club when he was found unconscious and with his eyes ruptured outside a pub in Hastings in February Hells Angels member David Wyeth, along with an accomplice, carried out an assault and attempted to steal the colours of a member of the Vikings Motorcycle Club in Maidstone , Kent on 7 May The victim suffered a fractured vertebrate.
Wyeth pleaded guilty to affray and was given a twelve-week prison sentence in August Seven prospective members of the Hells Angels' Slough chapter and their affiliated club the Red Devils — Przemyslaw Korkus, Jimi Kidd, Bartosz Plesniak, Piotr Zamijewski, Ladislav Szalay, Tamas Tomacsek and David Jacobs — were convicted of multiple offences and each sentenced to fourteen years in prison in October for an attack on six members of the Vikings and their support group the Wargs Brotherhood who were meeting at the Wargs' clubhouse in Blindley Heath , Surrey on 7 November The conflict between the groups allegedly began when the Hells Angels sought to open a chapter in Surrey and tried to entice the Wargs into switching their allegiance from the Vikings to the Hells Angels.
When it became clear that the Vikings would resist any attempt to persuade the Wargs to leave them, the Hells Angels decided to launch an attack.
A Hells Angels member allegedly assaulted a toilet attendant after being caught using cocaine in a pub in Maidstone on 18 May A group of six men believed to be Hells Angels were in the pub that night.
Forty-nine people were arrested on suspicion of drug offences and possession of offensive weapons during a three-day event held to mark the 50th anniversary of the Hells Angels founding in the UK which took place in Surrey and Sussex from 30 May—1 June and culminated in a mass ride of around motorcyclists from Pease Pottage to Brighton.
The majority of those arrested were either cautioned or released without charge; of the twelve people charged — five Germans, three Hungarians, one Swiss, one French, one Czech and one Greek man — at least seven were given suspended prison sentences.
The first Welsh Hells Angels chapter was formed in Gary Young, a probationary club member, was charged with possessing the weapon; he denied the charge and was found not guilty.
He was later granted a conditional discharge for two years after admitting possessing a firearm without a certificate, possessing an offensive weapon and possessing three amounts of cannabis, charges which stemmed from several further police raids on his home during the initial investigation.
Young was expelled from the Hells Angels due to the club taking exception to him "naming names" about who was whom within the West Wales chapter. Neil Lake needed three metal plates inserted in his face after being attacked by a Hells Angel at a petrol station in Cardiff in October Lake took down the registration of his attacker's Harley-Davidson motorcycle which led police to Sean Timmins, the vice-president of the Wolverhampton chapter.
Timmins denied inflicting grievous bodily harm on Lake and claimed that a fellow club member had been riding around with the same number plates as him; he told a judge he knew the identity of the actual attacker but explained that it would be against club rules for him to name him.
Timmins was cleared of the charge in September after providing an alibi who said that he was working in his hometown on the day of the attack.
Hells Angels members Stephen Jones and Raymond Scaddan were cleared of violent behavior, while former member Andrew McCann was also found not guilty of violent disorder but convicted of using threatening, abusive, insulting words or behavior at Newport Crown Court on 1 November The Hells Angels are designated an outlaw motorcycle gang by the Department of Justice.
Anchorage Hells Angels chapter officer Anthony John Tait volunteered to become a paid informant for the Federal Bureau of Investigation FBI in , and he provided the government with detailed information on the club's organization and criminal activities — such as drugs and explosives trafficking — for two years.
Protzman were convicted of the misdemeanor charge of converting a government intelligence manual for their use, while Pailing and four other Alaskan Angels were acquitted.
District Court for the District of Nevada , stemmed from the River Run riot — a conflict between the Hells Angels and the Mongols on April 27, which left three bikers dead in Laughlin, Nevada — and followed a twenty-month ATF investigation of the club.
Hells Angels member James William Leffel was convicted of first-degree assault for stabbing a man — Jens Schurig — in the thigh, opening his femoral artery, outside a bar in Anchorage after Schurig allegedly denigrated Leffel's motorcycle.
On August 3, , Michael "Steak Knife" Staton was kidnapped and taken to a duplex in Wasilla where he was tortured, beaten and killed by members of the s — a white supremacist prison gang to which he belonged — after he was accused of stealing drugs and colors from Craig "Oakie" King, a Hells Angels member and s associate.
Investigators also found a ledger listing money and quantities, and a list of names of Hells Angels prospects throughout the state.
On October 30, , Charles Phillips was sentenced to eighteen years in federal prison, and his wife was sentenced to five years.
Infamous for their criminality and violence, the Dirty Dozen were the state's preeminent motorcycle gang for over thirty years and vanquished numerous other clubs, including the Vagos in the early s, in a series of turf wars.
The Dirty Dozen voted to merge with the Hells Angels in and, after enduring a fourteen-month probationary period, officially patched over during a meeting in Oakland, California in The ATF initiated an undercover investigation into the Arizona Hells Angels in September when Rudolph "Rudy" Kramer — a member of the Solo Angeles , a club based in Tijuana , Mexico with a small presence in southern California — agreed to become an informant and infiltrate other motorcycle gangs in exchange for the dismissal of charges against him after he was arrested by ATF agents for weapons violations.
The investigation, known as Operation Black Biscuit, resulted in a twenty-one month infiltration of the club by a team of ATF agents, technicians and confidential informants.
The drug-addicted Kramer eventually became a liability to the operation, however, and was returned to prison after the firearm indictment against him was reinstated in September He was sentenced to five years in prison after pleading guilty, and he later entered protective custody.
Information on Kramer's role as an informant soon leaked, and Hells Angels leaders in Arizona also began hearing rumors from southern California that the Solo Angeles were imposters.
The ATF then staged the murder of a Mongols member by photographing and videotaping a law enforcement officer posing as the rival biker laying in a shallow grave, splattered with lamb blood and brains.
Mora did not know the Solo Angeles were undercover agents, but believed they were a potential rival encroaching on the Hells Angels' territory.
He allegedly assembled a group of veteran Hells Angels enforcers to liquidate the Solo Angeles. He was subsequently charged with aggravated assault against Beeler, who reported that Coffelt fired first and was cleared of any wrongdoing in the shooting by county prosecutors.
Investigators determined that Coffelt never fired at Beeler. Half of the defendants plea bargained to lesser offenses, and five others had federal charges dismissed.
The plea agreements resulted in no more than five-year prison sentences. The conviction was overturned the following year after an appeal. Augustiniak and Michael Christopher "Mesa Mike" Kramer, and prospective member Paul Merle Eischeid murdered Cynthia Yvonne Garcia, a forty-four year-old mother of six who verbally disrespected the club and its members while in an intoxicated state during a party at the Hells Angels' clubhouse in Mesa.
After beating Garcia unconscious, the three bikers loaded her into the trunk of a car and drove her into the desert near the Salt River where they stabbed her twenty-seven times and attempted to decapitate her.
Kramer contacted ATF agent John Ciccone the following month and, without disclosing his crime, offered to become an informant.
After moving to Los Angeles, California and infiltrating the club's San Fernando Valley chapter by posing as an Arizona drug runner, Kramer offered the ATF information on Garcia's killing in exchange for immunity from prosecution.
Fourteen months after becoming an informant, he signed a plea agreement to serve five years of probation for the murder. Marshals 15 Most Wanted Fugitives list.
Lincoln Medical Center in Phoenix. Harber's unidentified killer fled the scene in a car after the shooting.
Seven Hells Angels — including the Tucson chapter president, the former Mesa chapter president and other leaders — were arrested in Arizona on various charges on December 3, following a two-year investigation of the club by the ATF.
District Court for the District of Nevada on federal racketeering and firearms charges stemming from the River Run riot. Schaefer was sentenced to four years and three months in a federal prison on January 12, for committing a violent crime in the aid of racketeering.
Hells Angels member Nathaniel Barton Sample was convicted in September of aggravated assault and acting for the benefit of a street gang following an incident at a Scottsdale bar on March 28, in which he and another man, Jose Cano, attacked an unidentified third man who had accidentally bumped into them.
Another, George "Joby" Walters, took a plea deal and was sentenced to two-and-a-half years in prison. The charges stemmed from an alleged riot involving the rival clubs at a bar in Bullhead City on June 11, Former Tucson Hells Angels chapter president William Gary "Tramp" Potter, who was expelled from the club due to his methamphetamine use and also because he was suspected of being a government informant, was arrested after deputies from the Pima County Sheriff's Department found the body of Randall Scott Pfeil buried in his yard on July 13, On June 4, , he was sentenced to nineteen years in prison.
Members of the Hells Angels were allegedly involved in a shoot-out with Vagos members in Chino Valley on August 21, ; over fifty shots were fired and at least five people were wounded, although no life-threatening injuries were reported.
After dozens of law enforcement officers arrived at the scene, twenty-seven people were arrested on charges ranging from attempted murder and aggravated assault to participation in a criminal street gang.
Patrick Michael Eberhardt, treasurer of the Hells Angels' Cave Creek chapter, was shot dead and a club hangaround was wounded when a group of six Hells Angels were fired upon while riding their motorcycles in Phoenix on February 7, A Mongols member is one of the two suspects in Eberhardt's unsolved murder.
The shooting followed a verbal altercation between the rival bikers inside the bar. With over three-hundred members statewide, the Hells Angels are the most significant motorcycle gang in California in terms of membership and criminal activity.
The club has a significant role in the manufacture and distribution of methamphetamine, and other illegal enterprises. Approximately three-hundred Hells Angels descended on Monterey during Labor Day Weekend for the purpose of raising funds among themselves to transport the body of a former member, who was killed in an accident, back to his mother in North Carolina.
Four Hells Angels were jailed for rape, although the charges were dismissed on September 25 due to insufficient evidence.
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