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An ambulance was called and the man was taken away on a stretcher, unable to speak. No one knew about his child. Why would he do it? Other mob enforcers were caught on their own security video punching, kicking and twisting the legs of a gambler who had failed to pay his debts when he showed up at a gambling den in Richmond Hill, Ont.
He, too, was hospitalized. Money is the prime motivator behind organized crime, but, sometimes, money merely acts as the justification for violence that a mobster deems necessary for other reasons.
At the higher levels of organized crime, beyond young toughs in street gangs just fighting for raw reputation on the street, there are typically fewer bystander injuries.
While intended targets are usually business related or direct underworld rivals, past tragedies prove that innocents are inevitably caught in the crossfire at some point, either through mistaken identity, carelessness or poor marksmanship.
Louise Russo was buying food for her daughter when she was hit and paralyzed by a stray bullet in when gangsters sprayed a crowded Toronto restaurant with bullets in a bungled mob hit.
In , in Montreal, year-old Daniel Desrochers was killed when struck by shrapnel from a car bomb during a biker war. Money was the root of both: The bikers fought over control of lucrative drug distribution and the botched Toronto shooting sparked by a gambling debt.
The higher up a mobster is in the criminal food chain, the more calculation usually goes into deciding when to strike and when to just let people worry that he will.
And that goal is always to make money. Likewise, films about the Angels as well as author Hunter S. Thompson's reports from inside the group helped invite more attention toward the group and Oakland president-cum-national spokesman Ralph Sonny Barger in particular.
Over the ensuing years, the group did not shake its violent reputation. As TIME wrote , "Many Hells Angels have clearly lived up to their lawless image — arrests and convictions for drug trafficking especially meth , assault, weapons possession and even murder have trailed the group for decades.
As recently as , three bikers were killed in a brawl between the Angels and the rival Mongols gang at a Nevada casino. And in , a Hells Angels member shot a man who'd simply moved a traffic cone in front of their New York headquarters.
While the motorcycle outfit to this day remains no stranger to violent crimes , the organization maintains that the crimes committed by a few members have been unfairly portrayed by the media and law enforcement to represent the club as a whole.
It's not uncommon for charters to regularly participate in various charity rides in an effort to shake the negative publicity that has followed the bikers for decades.
Police raids and headlines reporting biker fisticuffs have done little to stifle the growth of the Angels — which have hundreds of charters on every continent in the world except Antarctica, with their headquarters in New York City.
Despite the group's worldwide proliferation, becoming a patch-wearing member of the group requires more than simply riding a Harley. Interested members must be invited by a "fully-patched" member and must not be a police officer, a former police officer, or anyone who even applied to be a police officer.
There are also questions as to how race affects membership eligibility. While the overwhelmingly white club doesn't claim to be racially segregated as a whole, Sonny Barger stated in an interview , "We probably have enough racist members that no black guy is going to get in.
Whether it's a matter of race, drugs, or violence, the Hells Angels' way of life has long been one of controversy and conflict, both with the law and the norms of society as a whole.
It's that commitment to living by their own rules though, for better or worse, that has captivated the public's interest in them for decades.
See for yourself in the gallery above. After this photographic trip through Hells Angels history, see some more of the past's most infamous motorcycle gangs in action.
Then, step inside the rebellious world of outlaw country music of the s and s. By Joel Stice. From rape to robbery and meth to murder, the Hells Angels have earned their reputation as history's most infamous motorcycle club.
November wurde die neue Führungsriege der Vereinigung verhaftet. Zuvor war im Dezember ein auf ihn verübtes Bombenattentat wegen eines Wackelkontaktes im Sprengsatz gescheitert.
Hintergrund der Tat waren Auseinandersetzungen um offene Geldforderungen im Rotlichtmilieu. Dezember am Landgericht Münster eröffnet.
Heino B. Juni wurden die beiden Angeklagten der Bandidos jeweils zu lebenslanger Haft wegen gemeinschaftlichen Mordes an dem Hells-Angels-Mitglied verurteilt.
In der Nacht vom Oktober auf den 1. November kam es in Duisburg zu einer Auseinandersetzung zwischen den Mitgliedern der verfeindeten Gruppen. Vor dem Landgericht Kaiserslautern wurden am 4.
Ausgeführt wurden diese, so die Überzeugung des Gerichts, von einem weiteren Hells-Angels-Mitglied, das nach wie vor flüchtig ist.
Im Rahmen von Ermittlungen wegen Auseinandersetzungen im Rotlichtmilieu wurde bei einer Hausdurchsuchung am Bossen verweigerte jegliche Kooperation mit der Polizei.
Häufig gibt es Auseinandersetzungen der Hells Angels mit den Bandidos. The Hells Angels motorcycle club founded a charter in Auckland, New Zealand, in and has since taken over gangs in Wanganui.
Two charters were issued on July 30, ; one for "South London"—the re-imagined charter renewing the already existing South London charter—and the other for "East London", but by the two charters came together as one, called "London".
They awarded Farren an "approval patch" in for use on his first solo album Mona , which also featured Steve Peregrin Took who was credited as "Shagrat the Vagrant".
In the s and s, there was a major expansion of the club into Canada. The Quebec Biker war was a violent turf war that began in and continued until late in Montreal.
The war began as the Hells Angels in Quebec began to make a push to establish a monopoly on street-level drug sales in the province.
A number of drug dealers and crime families resisted and established groups such as the "Alliance to fight the Angels". The war resulted in the bombings of many establishments and murders on both sides.
It has claimed more than lives  and led to the incarceration of over bikers. Members of the Spanish Charter were involved in a killing and tried.
A list of acknowledged charters can be found on the HAMC's official website. The club is not officially a racially segregated organization.
Outside the United States, non-white membership is relatively common and some chapters, such as in Turkey and South America, are almost exclusively non-white.
Woolley became an associate of the Hells Angels Montreal charter  in the s and later tried uniting street gangs in Quebec after Boucher was imprisoned.
In another interview with leader Sonny Barger in he remarked "if you're a motorcycle rider and you're white, you want to join the Hell's Angels.
If you black, you want to join the Dragons. That's how it is whether anyone likes it or not. We don't have no blacks and they don't have no whites.
In a article about motorcycle rebels in the African-American community magazine Ebony , the Chosen Few MC stated that they see no racial animosity in the Hells Angels and that when they come into Chosen Few territory they all get together and just party.
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