Rocker der Hells Angels hatten in einem Wettbüro in Urteil im Wettbüro-Mordprozess: Kadir P. hat den Mord an Tahir Ö. in Auftrag. Tahir Özbek wird in Berlin erschossen. Nun erwarten die angeklagten Hells Angels um Kadir Padir das Urteil. Und was ist mit der Familie. Kadir Padir war um die 20, als er den mit den Hells Angels verfeindeten Bandidos beitrat. Als Bandido-Mitglied wurde er wegen Beihilfe zu gefährlicher.
Richter nennt Rocker-Boss Kadir Padir „dissoziales Alphatier“Kadir Padir war um die 20, als er den mit den Hells Angels verfeindeten Bandidos beitrat. Als Bandido-Mitglied wurde er wegen Beihilfe zu gefährlicher. Nur Kadir Padir, der Berliner Hells-Angels-Boss, gibt sich demonstrativ unbeeindruckt. Wegen Anstiftung zum Mord an Tahir Özbek am Angeklagt waren Mitglieder der Hells Angels um Rocker-Boss Kadir Padir (35). Landgericht, Saal Ausnahmezustand. Mehr als
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Cobb, Arthur A. Corbett and Andrew J. Millyan — went to the bar seeking revenge on any Hells Angels present. Millyan shot bar patron Dana Hill in the head with a shotgun.
Hill — who was not a member of any motorcycle gang, but had the appearance of a biker — died three days later. After discarding the murder weapon in a body of water, Cobb, Corbett and Millyan were arrested by police and indicted on first-degree murder charges on the theory of joint enterprise.
On May 19, , Corbett and Millyan were convicted of murder in the first degree; Cobb was convicted of murder in the second degree. Hells Angels members Alan J.
Cutler and Edward R. Simard, and another man — John L. Burke — were arrested on February 4, in connection with the murder of Vincent DeNino, a drug dealer who was found shot dead in the trunk of his car in a supermarket parking lot in Revere on February 29, With approval from both clubs, he was allegedly lured to Cutler's home and shot in the shoulder with a shotgun before being taken to his car and shot four times in the head.
Leary was subsequently charged with three counts of assault and battery, and three counts of making threats after an incident occurred when officers attempted to strip search him at a Peabody police station.
He was ultimately acquitted. Bonner infiltrating the club and making drug deals with several chapters, culminated with a total of Hells Angels members and associates being indicted on drug trafficking and racketeering charges after approximately fifty coordinated raids carried out in eleven states.
Frank Briggs and Julio "Jules" Lucido of the Berkshire County chapter were sentenced to one year and four years in prison, respectively.
The Hells Angels took over ancillary activities of the Patriarca crime family's Boston faction, such as loansharking and drug dealing, from the East Boston -based Trampers — who had previously overseen operations under contract with the Mafia — circa The indictments followed a two-year state and federal investigation of organized crime in Boston.
Thirteen members and former members of the Lowell Hells Angels were indicted in September on charges of conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine as part of a drug ring that operated in Massachusetts and New Hampshire between and Sentences ranged from fifteen years' imprisonment for Pasciuti to three years' probation.
As part of an undercover operation, DEA agent Phil Muollo infiltrated the club for eighteen months and purchased kilograms of drugs from Gregory "Greg" Domey, the chapter president as well as the Hells Angels' leader on the East Coast, and other members.
The investigation was also aided by the use of an informant. On July 1, , John R. Michaels was riding his motorcycle on Route 18 in Weymouth when Bartolomeo accelerated an automobile into him.
State and federal authorities agreed not to charge him with the attacks on two Devil's Disciples members in conjunction with a plea agreement.
He was sentenced to thirty-five years'. Two Hells Angels were accused of raping a woman at the Lynn chapter's clubhouse during the funeral of former chapter president Alan Hogan.
Duda were charged with assault and battery following an attack on off-duty police lieutenant Vernon "Skip" Coleman at a Lynn bar on November 24, During a traffic stop on Route on January 6, , Hells Angels member Christopher Ranieri fled into a marsh after state trooper Daniel Crespi observed what he believed to be a gun under his jacket.
Police eventually coaxed Ranieri out of the swamp and arrested him on several charges. He was given a ninety-day suspended sentence for assault on a police officer.
Eric Franco, the sergeant-at-arms of the Lynn Hells Angels chapter, was found to be in possession of a firearm and ammunition on May 3, when police were called to the apartment he shared with his girlfriend and her child after receiving a report that Franco had assaulted his girlfriend.
Franco's criminal record in Massachusetts includes three convictions for assault and battery by a dangerous weapon, as well as convictions for indecent assault and battery, failure to register as a sex offender, breaking and entering at night with intent to commit a felony, and conspiracy to violate the controlled substances act.
Franco was also convicted in Arkansas for battery in the second degree in a case in which he and five other Hells Angels assaulted and stabbed four Bandidos members.
He was convicted in September of possessing a firearm and ammunition after receiving a felony conviction, and was sentenced to twenty-one years in prison on March 12, Their bodies, dismembered with an electric circular saw, were discovered in Becket ten days later.
Glasser was killed to prevent him testifying against Hall in an unrelated assault case, and Chadwell and Frampton were killed to eliminate witnesses.
They were each sentenced to three consecutive terms of life in prison. Two members of the Hells Angels' Salem chapter — Marc Eliason and Sean Barr, the chapter president — were arrested on charges of kidnapping, mayhem and extortion on March 13, , along with Nikolis Avelis and Brian Weymouth — two members of the Byfield chapter of the Red Devils, a Hells Angels support club.
The charges related to the assault of a former Red Devils member, who was forced to resign from the club after failing to assault an expelled member of the Salem Hells Angels as ordered by superiors.
His motorcycle was also stolen. After being threatened by Red Devils members into delivering the title to the stolen motorcycle, he went into hiding and eventually contacted the FBI.
Hells Angels members Michael J. Blair and Jake Doherty were arrested on June 19, and charged with beating two members of the Defiant Disciples Motorcycle Club with a flashlight outside a pub in Worcester on May 8, Witnesses said a total of seven men were involved in the assault.
The first Hells Angels chapter outside of California was established in Omaha in Eleven people were arrested when police visited a party involving Hells Angels members in Omaha on September 14, after a complaint by Adolph A.
Carl, the owner of the house where the party was being held. Kirby — who was in a dispute with Batten's acquaintance James Lynch over a woman named Judy Dunbar — testified that Hinz and Walker accompanied him as he went to Lynch's home armed with a.
A group of ten Hells Angels were involved in a brawl with police who attempted to eject them from a bar in Omaha on August 12, He was sentenced to a term of one-to-three years in prison.
The Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs BNDD set up a front operation dealing in narcotics, gambling and pornography in Omaha after infiltrating the Minneapolis, Minnesota chapter of the Hells Angels via identical means beginning in December The drugs had been furnished by Minneapolis chapter vice-president Roger Lee Sheehan, who purchased them from the Oakland, California chapter.
One ounce of the heroin was sold by Liley in an Omaha motel to special agent Jack Walsh, who was posing as a bookie. Haley and Levell sold two ounces of heroin, and Omaha chapter president Gerald Franklin Smith sold methamphetamine, to special agent James McDowell on September 15, McDowell and Thomas Liley — a government informant and the brother of Steven Liley — made another drug deal with Haley, Levell and Smith on October 14, , purchasing three ounces of heroin along with methamphetamine.
Hells Angels member Louis Lundholm was charged with beating a man with a baseball bat and pushing a man in a wheelchair down a flight of stairs after an incident at a party in Omaha in November The ATF discovered that the bomber used dynamite with a four-inch fuse.
In August , federal agents raided the home of Hells Angels member Roger Levell in East Omaha on suspicion of his connection to the explosion.
While weapons and drugs were found, no related explosives were reported. One had been shot in the head and the other's skull had been fractured with a blunt instrument.
With the help of Nesbitt's friend and neighbor Wayne Bieber, Harmer's body was dumped in a manhole in Carter Lake, Iowa after being stored in Bieber's garage for approximately thirty-six hours.
Her remains were discovered by an engineering crew in April Forensic experts were unable to determine the cause of death. Nesbitt was arrested for Harmer's murder as well as for conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine by DEA agents while living under an alias in New Carlisle, Indiana on October 26, His Brazilian girlfriend Anna DaSilva was also arrested on drug charges.
Kress, were indicted on February 18, for their role in a conspiracy that used intimidation, assault, torture and murder to establish a monopoly of the methamphetamine trade in the Omaha area.
The conspiracy began in December and is suspected in the unsolved murder of Joseph Sackett, who was found dead in a field after being shot execution-style in August The Omaha Police Department OPD initiated a three-year undercover investigation targeting a cocaine distribution network in the Omaha metropolitan area.
By the end of the year, fifteen members of the drug ring had pled guilty, and many of the others were later convicted. Arrests were made during a series of coordinated raids carried out in Omaha on May 2, as part of Operation Roughrider, an FBI investigation of the Hells Angels that commenced three years prior.
Bonner, infiltrated the club for twenty-six months and made drug transactions with numerous chapters as part of the investigation, which resulted in the indictments of a total of Hells Angels members and associates in eleven states on narcotics trafficking and racketeering charges.
Fifteen Hells Angels members and associates were arrested in the Omaha area on October 17, after being indicted on charges including interstate and foreign travel in support of racketeering enterprises, money laundering, manufacturing and distribution of a controlled substance, and felony possession of a firearm.
The arrests, which came during a series of simultaneous raids on fourteen locations including the club's Omaha headquarters, were the culmination of a two-year investigation.
The raids also resulted in confiscation of rifles, a. Egan, Mary Lee and Rodney Rumsey were convicted on May 15, of drug trafficking, money laundering and illegal weapons possession.
Haley was sentenced to twenty years' imprisonment, Kress, Egan and Rumsey were sentenced to fifteen years and eight months', and Lee was sentenced to twelve years and three months'.
Five others negotiated plea bargains, and another was acquitted. Jay Witt was sentenced to thirty-to-forty years in prison after pleading guilty to charges of manslaughter, use of a weapon and possession of a weapon by a prohibited person in connection with the death of Hells Angels member William "Willy" John Furlong, who died after being shot three times at the Omaha chapter's clubhouse on July 14, Members of the Hells Angels and the Mongols motorcycle clubs fought each other on the casino floor.
Cox and Hannigan were captured on videotape confronting Mongols members inside the casino. A Hells Angel member can be clearly seen on the casino security videotape performing a front kick on a Mongol biker member, causing the ensuing melee.
However, prior to this altercation, several incidents of harassment and provocation were noted in the Clark County, Nevada Grand Jury hearings as having been perpetrated upon The Hells Angels.
Members of the Mongols accosted a vendor's table selling Hells Angels trademarked items, had surrounded a Hells Angel and demanded he remove club clothing.
In addition, nine witnesses claimed the fight began when a Mongol kicked a member of the Hells Angels. Regardless of which minor physical incident can be said to have "caused the melee", it is clear that The Hells Angels had come to confront the Mongols concerning their actions.
Attorneys for the Hells Angels claimed that the Hells Angels were defending themselves from an attack initiated by the Mongols.
Charges were dismissed against 36 other Hells Angels originally named in the indictment. Eleven members of the Hells Angels' Lowell, Massachusetts chapter were arrested on narcotics-related charges during a raid by twenty-six federal, state and local law enforcement officers on a dwelling in Nashua on September 9, A cache of heroin was also seized.
Gardner was wounded and Gilroy was killed. Dayutis was arrested in Key West, Florida on November 2, and was repatriated to New Hampshire to face trial for Gilroy's killing in May after a five-month extradition process.
The Hells Angels formed their first chapter in New Hampshire when members from Massachusetts and Maine established a branch in Manchester in March Two prospective Hells Angels members were shot and wounded in Concord on June 24, in what police believed to be a gang-related incident.
An innocent bystander was wounded with a shotgun during a fight involving the Hells Angels, Outlaws, and Milford and Company Motorcycle Club outside a restaurant in Manchester on April 16, Hells Angels member James Cunningham was among four men arrested in June on federal drug trafficking charges following an investigation that spanned several years.
Cunningham sold methamphetamine to an individual who was cooperating with the FBI on four separate occasions in Manchester and Merrimack between May 23 and November 20, The Hells Angels established a presence in New Jersey in During their war against the Breed, the Hells Angels carried out a grenade attack on the home of the Breed's national president in Plainfield.
Three Hells Angels were beaten by a group of Pagans members and associates outside a bar in Woodland Township on January 1, No arrests were made.
Four Hells Angels members — Rocco P. Gullatta, Kerry K. Kester, Justin D. Morris and Joshua R. Woods — were indicted on charges of unlawful possession of weapons, possession of a prohibited weapon, certain persons not to possess a weapon, and unlawful possession of a controlled dangerous substance after law enforcement officials observed them loading large knives, machetes and other weapons into the trunk of a Chevrolet Malibu in a restaurant parking lot in Clinton Township on August 22, Deronde pleaded guilty to aggravated assault and was sentenced to four years in prison on July 15, The United States Department of Justice has stated that the Hells Angels have links with New York's Gambino and Genovese crime families; the mafia is afforded security and transportation in narcotics deals in exchange for drugs and contract killings.
Eight Hells Angels members, who were in New York City to attend the funeral of murdered club member Jeffrey "Groover" Coffey, were arrested on suspicion of the March 10, gang rape of a seventeen-year-old girl in a leather goods store in East Village , Manhattan.
The bikers allegedly returned to the store, owned by Eugene Pritzert, to pick up goods they had ordered the day before. When Pritzert told them the goods were not ready, they began abusing him, waking Pritzert's girlfriend who was asleep in the rear of the store.
While some members guarded the store owner, others took turns beating and raping the girl. After approximately six hours, Pritzert managed to escape and alerted police.
The girl identified her alleged attackers in a police lineup. College student Bruce Meyer was shot five times in the head at point-blank range with a.
In September , near Buffalo at the Lancaster Speedway drag races, there was a clash between the Hells Angels and a rival biker gang resulting in two deaths, and multiple injuries.
The resulting investigation by the NYPD has been criticized by the group for its intensity. The police were refused access to the Hells Angels clubhouse and responded by closing off the area, setting up sniper positions, and sending in an armored personnel carrier.
The group claims to have no connection with the beating of Shalaby. A club lawyer said they intended to sue the city of New York for false arrest and possible civil rights violations.
James Henry McAuley, Jr. Richard W. Mar, the former president of the club's Monterey California chapter, supplied the Rochester Hells Angels with methamphetamine and trafficked the drug to New York from California; he was sentenced to ten years in federal prison in August Riedman and Jeffrey A.
Tyler, and three associates — Donna Boon McAuley's wife , Gordon Montgomery and Paul Griffin — pleaded guilty to drug trafficking offenses based on their roles in the conspiracy; Riedman was sentenced to thirty-seven months in prison, Tyler to eighteen months in prison, Boon to three years probation and twelve months of home incarceration, Montgomery to sixty months in prison, and Griffin to probation.
Stone was sentenced to twelve months in prison on charges related to the case. This was then followed by the Charlotte chapter, which was chartered on October 19, and was formed by Michael Franklin "Thunder" Finazzo — a member of the Hells Angels' elite "Filthy Few" from Omaha, Nebraska — and others.
Charlotte was home to numerous motorcycle gangs at the time, including the Outlaws, but under Finazzo's leadership, the Hells Angels were able to take control of much of the city's criminal rackets and operated drug, prostitution and motorcycle theft rings throughout the state.
At the time, Finazzo was considered by police to be among the ten most powerful members of the club. Although the murders remain unsolved,  police believe that the killings were related to a feud with the Outlaws  or a power struggle within the Hells Angels.
The ATF was called in to investigate the seizure, and an explosive ordnance disposal unit from the Fort Jackson Army base was required to disarm the trap.
The chapter clubhouse, known as "the Bunker", was burned down in a suspected arson attack on August 12, Investigators believe that the Hells Angels themselves destroyed the property before their departure.
The United States Department of Justice has stated that the Hells Angels have been involved in contract killings and drug trafficking with the Cleveland crime family.
The New York chapter of the Hells Angels was involved in a large-scale brawl with the Breed, in which knives, chains and clubs were brandished, at a motorcycle trade show in Cleveland on March 6, Eighty-four people were arrested at the scene.
On March 9, forty-seven Breed members and ten Hells Angels were each charged with five counts of first-degree murder. On February 27, David Hartlaub was murdered in his van at a bank parking lot near the Musicland record store that he managed, as he was dropping off the nightly deposit.
Cleveland Hells Angels were planning to retaliate against a Sandusky Outlaw gang member for the Joliet, IL shooting of an Hells Angels member the previous year, at which Bonds had been present.
The Outlaw member drove a van almost identical to Hartlaub's. The trio mistook Hartalub's van for their enemy's and shot and killed him by mistake.
Both the gun and the van's carpet were spattered with blood, allowing police to use DNA evidence, and discovered that John Ray Bonds was the shooter who had hid inside Hartlaub's van and was waiting to kill him.
He shot him with a MAC 9-mm semi-automatic pistol fitted with a homemade silencer. Bond's DNA profile analyzed by the FBI matched the bloodstains found in Yee's car and based on this they were able to use it as key evidence.
This was one of the first cases of DNA being used for criminal conviction. The trial and legal wrangling lasted nearly two years and ended in long prison terms for all three Hells Angels members, who may remain in prison on sentences up to life.
Police have stated that the Hells Angels have avoided Oregon since , when the state was ceded to the Gypsy Jokers to quell a San Francisco-area drug war between the clubs.
Hells Angels prospect Robert "Bugeye Bob" McClure was convicted of quadruple murder and sentenced to four consecutive life terms in July for the shootings of Margo Compton, her six-year-old twin daughters, Sylvia and Sandra, and Gary Seslar, the son of her boyfriend, in Gaston on August 7, Odis "Buck" Garrett, the Hells Angels Vallejo California chapter president, ordered the killings of Compton and her daughters in retaliation for her testimony against several Hells Angels in a San Francisco prostitution trial.
Garrett, a one-time millionaire methamphetamine dealer already serving a life term in California on a narcotics conviction, was found guilty on four counts of murder and sentenced to four consecutive life sentences in prison in July An alliance between the Pagans and the Philadelphia crime family has historically prevented the Hells Angels from establishing a presence in the Philadelphia area.
The case has yet to be officially solved, although authorities believe it to be the work of the Hells Angels.
Two men in a Chevrolet Suburban began firing at Evans, who was riding his Harley-Davidson motorcycle, and Wood swerved in an attempt to shield Evans when he was fatally shot in the head.
The Philadelphia Hells Angels chapter, consisting of twelve members and approximately five prospects, was disbanded during a meeting in New York on November 18, Law enforcement believe the demise of the chapter was a result of poor leadership by LoFranco, who ordered the outmatched Hells Angels to carry out a war against the better-established Pagans.
The Hells Angels have established a working relationship with the Providence faction of the Patriarca crime family, acting as enforcers for the Mafia.
Christian A. Rufino, a member of the "New Roc" New York chapter of the Hells Angels, was sentenced to fifteen years in prison after being convicted on a federal firearms charge in April He was found to be in possession of cocaine, a loaded handgun and additional ammunition after a traffic stop in Cranston in December Hells Angels member Douglas Leedham was sentenced to seven years in prison in July after pleading guilty to trafficking methamphetamine and cocaine, and being a felon in possession of a firearm.
Artie Ray Cherry, a founding member of the Charleston chapter and a Special Forces veteran of the Vietnam War, died from a gunshot wound to the head after being shot during a bar brawl in Rock Hill in the early hours of January 7, Cherry was killed in an apparent attempt to take over a bar from Teal.
Scarnechia was also stabbed during the skirmish. The ATF was called in to investigate the seizure, and an Army explosive ordnance disposal unit from Fort Jackson was required to disarm the trap.
The investigation revealed that the group engaged in drug dealing, money laundering, firearms trafficking, violent crimes, attempted armed robbery, arson, and other offenses.
In excess of one hundred guns including fully automatic machine guns, silencers, assault rifles with high-capacity magazines , pistols, and sawed-off shotguns were trafficked by the group and recovered during the execution of search warrants, and members of the organization also supplied methamphetamine, cocaine, bath salts and prescription pain pills.
The Hells Angels' leadership coordinated the criminal activity and received kickbacks from proceeds generated by members and associates of the chapter.
Law enforcement began the operation when Bifield made a drug deal with an informant in and arrested twenty people — sixteen men and four women — in a series of raids in June The last of the sixteen convicted were sentenced in June ; the group was sentenced to more than years imprisonment collectively.
Four New York metropolitan area Hells Angels members and one prospect were convicted of ambushing and wounding two southern Virginia-based Pagans members at a motel near Greenville on September 10, The attack happened as the rival gangs happened to be staying at the same motel while passing through the area, and led to one Pagan being shot and the other beaten with a hammer.
Dominick J. Eadicicco and club prospect Anthony Milan pleaded guilty to malicious wounding by a mob and use of a firearm in the commission of a felony and were sentenced to eight years in prison, while Nathaniel A.
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