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(USA) Former medical examiner testifies for defense in Warlocks MC murder trial
SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. ?Seminole County jurors who expected to be deliberating the fate of a man on trial for murder in the death of a Warlocks Motorcycle Club member will be back in the courtroom Tuesday. A number of delays for legal wrangling slowed the trial of Paul "The Dog" Smith Monday. Smith is accused of firing the first fatal shot in a shootout at the Winter Springs Veterans of Foreign Wars Post two years ago. Prosecutors said the shootings were part of a battle between two rival chapters of the Warlocks Motorcycle Club.A former Warlocks member told the jury last week he was thrown out of the biker gang the same day as the defendant.The shooting at the Winter Springs VFW two years ago left three people dead and two others seriously injured.Last week, Smith's attorney argued in court that Smith was acting in fear of his life after being badly beaten out of the Florida Warlocks gang for disrespecting a brother.On Monday, jurors viewed photos from the autopsy of the biker killed during the shootout, Peter Schlette.The defense tried to show that the victim in the case died while lunging forward. The defense is using "stand your ground" or self-defense as the reason Paul Smith fired his weapon. They claim he was in fear for his life that day.A witness called for the defense, former medical examiner Dr. William Anderson, described photos from the autopsy report of Schlette.Anderson testified that the paths of the bullet wounds in Schlette's body show he was leaning forward."The most likely scenario is that he was in this position whether he was standing or lunging or starting to lunge or whatever we don't know," said Anderson.Schlette had two gunshot wounds, including one to the head that took his life. A former Florida and current Philadelphia Warlock testified that Smith was in fear of retaliation that day, after being "beaten out" of the Florida Warlocks Club 18 months earlier."There had never been a problem between the two clubs up until that day," the member told the jury.Another witness said that Schlette threatened Smith before the first shot was fired. But, that witness said in his deposition last summer that he couldn't recall what was said the morning of the shooting.Prosecutors said a number of the answers defense witnesses have given in court contradict answers they gave during depositions.
Publ.Date : Mon, 22 Sep 2014 19:25:39 +0000
(USA) Deliberations expected in Warlocks shooting trial
Paul Smith charged with homicide in fatal motorcycle gxxg shooting.SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. -Deliberations are expected to begin on Monday in the trial of a former motorcycle gang member accused of firing the first shot in a fatal Seminole County gun fight.Investigators say Paul Smith was attending a charity motorcycle ride in 2012 when his former gang, the Warlocks motorcycle gang, showed up.Smith then started shooting, which led to a gunfight, investigators said.Three people were killed and two others were seriously injured. Smith faces three counts of homicide and one count of attempted homicide.Smith said he fired in self-defense.Three other people have already been convicted and are serving time for their roles in the shooting.Check back for more on this developing story.
Publ.Date : Mon, 22 Sep 2014 19:24:30 +0000
(AUS) Bikies investigated over fake Queensland driver?s licence racket
THE state?s corruption watchdog is investigating whether bikies are involved in a major security breach allegedly involving the production of more than 60 fake Queensland drivers? licences.The Courier-Mail believes the Crime and Corruption Commission is investigating bikie links to the breach involving a casual Department of Transport and Main Roads employee allegedly issuing more than 60 fraudulent licences in return for payments of $1000 each.The CCC would not comment on the bikie link, but has ruled out any ties to terrorism as part of the investigation, uncovered by The Courier-Mail yesterday.?The CCC?s investigation is not focused on links to terrorism. To date, the CCC?s investigation has not revealed any links to terrorism,? a spokesman for the watchdog said.?The CCC?s investigation is focused on whether a Department of Transport and Main Roads employee allegedly facilitated the issuing of genuine licences to people who may have knowingly provided false or misleading information during the application process.?The CCC?s investigation is also examining whether existing licence holders were granted inappropriate upgrades to the class of their licence.?It is alleged the licences produced were genuine government documents but issued with fake details, with the employee allegedly able to override the department?s hi-tech Transport Integrated Customer Access system to create the them.Premier Campbell Newman said the systems involved had been beefed up since the alleged fraud was discovered last year.He said the investigation was not linked to terrorism.
Publ.Date : Mon, 22 Sep 2014 19:23:10 +0000
(CAN) Experts fear the start of a new Quebec biker war
MONTREAL - The Rock Machine bikers are rising from the ashes in Quebec, 20 years after a bloody war against the Hells Angels that led to their disappearance.High-ranked member Jean-Francois Emard revealed the Rock Machine is expending in Quebec during an episode of J.E, an investigative show on QMI Agency's sister station network TVA.Based in Hawkesbury, Ont., Emard said he plans to open new chapters in several places in Quebec, including Montreal.Emard says he won't interfere with the activities of other outlaw motorcycle clubs, but ex-provincial cop François Dore said he fears a resumption of hostilities.He said he's sceptical the Rock Machine can establish themselves into Hells Angels territory without causing violence.The Rock Machine were one of the principal players in Quebec's biker war that claimed over 160 lives between 1994 and 2002.They vanished around 2002 after several influent members joined rival gangs and a police operation locked up the remaining forces.
Publ.Date : Mon, 22 Sep 2014 19:20:31 +0000
(CAN) Hells Angels associates convicted in Kelowna dad\'s death knew bikers would attack him, sentencing hearing told
Three Hells Angels associates convicted in the slaying of a Kelowna man got ?courage and confidence? by recruiting two members of the notorious motorcycle gang to help them in the fatal assault, a prosecutor said Monday.The comments by Crown counsel Joe Bellows were made during sentencing submissions for the three accused, brothers Daniel and Matthew McRae and Anson Schell, who were found guilty in July in the 2011 manslaughter of Dain Phillips.Norman Cocks and Robert Thomas, both full-patch members of the gang, pleaded guilty earlier this year to using a baseball bat and hammer to beat Phillips to death.B.C. Supreme Court Justice Mark McEwan concluded that while the McRaes and Schell did not participate directly in the attack, they were a party to the offence.Court heard that Phillips, 51, was trying to help his two sons in a petty dispute with the McRae brothers.Bellows told the judge that the McRaes and Schell understood that Cocks and Thomas were armed with weapons and would participate in the assault.?This must have given them courage and confidence because they knew that they were both Hells Angels who were armed and ready to fight,? said Bellows.?It is significant that these accused knew that the Phillipses were going to be swarmed by five men, two of whom were Hells Angels armed with dangerous weapons.?Bellows called for a six-year jail term for Daniel McRae, who arranged the meeting for the assault, and five years in jail each for Matthew McRae and Schell.He noted that Phillips, who court heard was trying to act as a peacemaker in the dispute, was not the aggressor and when he exited his vehicle prior to the assault was not armed.?He was attacked without provocation and he was shown no mercy. He was beaten until he fell to the roadway where he remained helpless and defenceless.?The three accused saw exactly what happened during the ?vicious? assault on Phillips and did nothing to interfere and did not call 911, said Bellows?They did nothing but run away because, of course, they didn?t want to to get caught.?After the fatal assault, there was no expression of remorse from the accused, and wiretaps indicate that the men were ?macho, amped-up and self-congratulatory,? said Bellows.The prosecutor read out a victim impact statement from the victim?s wife, who said words couldn?t express the pain and anguish she and her family had suffered.Sandy Ross, a lawyer for Daniel McRae, argued that his client didn?t expect the attack to be so serious and had a lesser moral culpability.The judge challenged that submission, noting that ?all that happened was that the Hells Angels so efficiently dispatched Dain Phillips? that the accused did not have to participate directly in the attack.Defence submissions are expected to continue Monday afternoon. A fourth man, Robert Cocks, the father of Norman Cocks, was acquitted of manslaughter.Norman Cocks and Thomas were each sentenced to 15 years in jail for their part in the Phillips manslaughter.
Publ.Date : Mon, 22 Sep 2014 19:18:55 +0000
(USA) One Killed In Apparent Shooting Between Hells Angels And Rival Biker Gxxg Near Corona
A shooting between rival biker gangs near Corona has left one dead and two injured, and a massive backup on the 15 freeway as police spent the evening investigating the incident.The incident took place on the southbound lanes of the 15 freeway near the El Cerrito Road offramp in unincorporated Riverside County around 6:30 p.m Saturday evening. Witnesses say the shooting was sparked when members of the gangs flashed their colors at each other. One motorcyclist crashed on the off-ramp as a result of the shooting. The California Highway Patrol says the shooting was between the Hells Angels and the rival Mongols biker gang, according to ABC 7.Three people were injured, with one dying at the hospital of gunshot wounds.The shooting completely shut down the southbound lanes of the 15 freeway as authorities investigated, causing a massive backup in the area. By early Sunday the freeway had reopened, but the offramp remained closed.
Publ.Date : Mon, 22 Sep 2014 19:18:07 +0000
(AUS) Jury deciding fate of Caius Veiovis
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) ? Jury deliberations in the triple murder trial of Caius Veiovis went on for about two hours inside Hampden Superior Court on Friday, and resumed Monday morning.Veiovis is the third and final defendant to be tried in the 2011 killings of David Glasser, Edward Frampton, and Robert Chadwell. The two other men charged in this case, Adam Lee Hall and David Chalue, were both found guilty and sentenced to life in prison without parole.Lawyers in those trials argued that Glasser was killed to stop him from testifying against Hall, a high ranking Hell?s Angels member, in a separate assault case. They also said that the other two men were killed to eliminate witnesses.Veiovis? lawyer argued there is no physical evidence to connect Veiovis to the crimes, while Berkshire District Attorney David Capeless says that Veiovis was there at the time of the murders.The trials of all three men were moved from Pittsfield to Springfield because of the large amount of publicity the case received in Berkshire County.The jury will continue deliberating Tuesday morning. 22News will be in the courtroom, and have a live stream of the verdict here on, once it comes in.
Publ.Date : Mon, 22 Sep 2014 19:16:52 +0000
(USA) Biker gxxg hosts work days in Highway Park
Heads turned when a motorcycle gang from Florida?s west coast rolled into the Highway Park community last week. Leather vests, lots of denim, and plenty of chains were evident as the bikers slowly cruised through the area.But these bikers weren?t looking for mischief. They were looking for ways to improve the quality of life for a handful of residents of Highway Park. The cyclists split into three teams of five workers each and each team tackled work projects at three or four houses. They returned every day, each time helping improve the small community.?This has been a blessing for many of our residents,? said Sarah Sholtz, vice president of the Highway Park Neighborhood Council. ?These folks have been a true blessing to all of the people in Highway Park. They?ve blessed people all around the area, too.?The motorcycle gang is from the World Famous Salvation Saloon which meets Sunday mornings at Stix Billiards, a bar. Pastor Paul White said the church slogan is ?I met Jesus in a bar.? He invites the curious to visit the church at 38529 U.S. 19 N. in Palm Harbor. ?Can?t make the trip? That?s okay, too, just visit us at,? he said. ?Services are live online every week.?Pastor White said he and wife Suzanne launched Salvation Saloon 10 years ago as a means of reaching people who might not listen to their message of hope or otherwise attend church. ?As word of mouth spread, so did interest in what we do,? he said.The congregation continues to grow, he said, and includes former police officers, former criminals and steadfast Christians. ?I guess you could say we?re part ?Law and Order,? part ?Touched By An Angel? and part ?America?s Most Wanted,? Pastor White said with a laugh.The church developed an outreach program called The Bronson Project.? The name reflects the television series ?Then Came Bronson? that aired in the 1869 and 1970 seasons. James ?Jim? Bronson was a newspaperman who became disillusioned after the suicide of his best friend Nick. In order to renew his soul, Bronson became a vagabond. During his travels, he shared his values with the people he met along the way and offered a helping hand when he could.?The premise was that Bronson enters someone else?s life at a crucial point and acts as a catalyst for change,? Pastor White said. ?I grew up watching that show and I believe it made an impact on my life. That?s why we chose to call our work ?The Bronson Project?.?The work crews painted rooms, repaired a handicap access ramp, cleared debris and brush from near homes, installed skirting around a mobile home, installed handrails at the home of an elderly couple, and even cleared a large wasp next from a garage during their days in Highway Park.?That wasp nest was huge,? said Lee ?Sarge? Carrus, one of the volunteers. ?The lady who owned the house said she couldn?t get to her car because of it. We took care of that. The wasps are gone and the lady has her car back.?While crews worked, other members of Salvation Saloon visited grocery stores and fuel stations in the Lake Placid area to offer help. ?That part of our ministry is simple,? Pastor White said. ?We?re ?Bringing hope and meeting needs?.? The bikers purchased gasoline for some, bought groceries for others and paid several delinquent electric bills. Each person helped was handed a card that reads: ?You?ve been blessed. And not by chance. God chose to acknowledge you. So acknowledge him back.?The card also encourages the recipient to email Salvation Saloon and tell how what the blessing meant to them. ?We get tremendous feedback,? Pastor White said. ?It?s uplifting for us to read those comments.?Money for the work projects and the random gifts of kindness is from donations collected year-round at Salvation Saloon. The Bronson Project rolls out for one week each year and has taken members to Tennessee, Georgia and across Florida for work projects in past years.It was Suzanne White who found Highway Park while doing an internet search of communities that might benefit from The Bronson Project. ?I had looked at several communities that had needs,? she said, ?but then I saw Highway Park and how the whole community is working together to make things better. There is an energy here that we wanted to help strengthen.?Suzanne said she was soon in touch with officers from the Highway Park Neighborhood Council who helped pinpoint homes that needed attention. ?From there it just snowballed,? she said. ?We get a sense of pride from our work and from meeting new friends.?The work week concluded with an evening concert Thursday, Sept. 11, featuring what Pastor White called ?the Salvation Saloon good-time rock and roll traveling road show.? The concert was hosted by New Life Assembly Church in Highway Park and attracted a large crowd. The six-member band played an assortment of high-energy rock and gospel songs, all with a message of hope.Salvation Saloon and The Bronson Project teams will probably return to Highway Park to visit with their new friends, Pastor White said. ?We were received so warmly here that I would like to come back,? he said.
Publ.Date : Wed, 17 Sep 2014 21:53:52 +0000
(USA) Pen Argyl woman who allegedly threatened to send Pagan Motorcycle Club to kill people seeks plea deal
The Pen Argyl woman who authorities say fired a gun inside a Plainfield Township home and who threatened the occupants with retaliation from the Pagan Motorcycle Club plans to plead guilty to lesser charges in the case, according to her attorney.Glenda "Squirrel" Martin, 59, of the 400 block of North Schank Avenue, showed up to her preliminary hearing this morning before District Judge Douglas Schlegel in Wind Gap wearing mostly black clothes and tinted glasses. Martin was accompanied by a several men and women who were there to support her. It was not clear whether the victims in the case were present.The 59-year-old gave up her right to a preliminary hearing, acknowledging by doing so that authorities had sufficient evidence to send the case to Northampton County Court, where she'll go to trial unless she pleads guilty or another disposition occurs. She waived charges of aggravated assault, terroristic threats, stalking, recklessly endangering another person, simple assault and harassment to the court of common pleas.Eric Dowdle, the attorney for Martin, said the most serious crime in the case -- aggravated assault -- would be dismissed if Martin pleads guilty to at least one lesser charge. Dowdle said details of the negotiated plea deal are still being worked out, but it appears Martin would plead to recklessly endangering another person.Several police officers were present during the hearing and took extra precautions, including the use of a metal detector, but the proceedings remained uneventful.Plainfield Township police say Martin threatened Laura Lilly, Matthew Cline, Scott Degarmo and James Kleiner during an argument about stolen money June 10 at a home in the 6500 block of Sullivan Trail. Martin's daughter lived at the home, court papers say, but it wasn't clear if she was there during the incident.Martin allegedly retrieved a gun from her daughter's room and fired a round into the ceiling before threatening to kill those inside. She allegedly told them she'd send the Pagan Motorcycle Club after the victims. Police said they took Martin's threat seriously because she has ties to the outlaw motorcycle gang.Dowdle said he never believed the charges filed against Martin warranted a felony grading and said the 59-year-old has no history of violence or criminal activity."This was a bad situation and we're looking to make it better," Dowdle said, adding. "Ms. Martin is a nice lady."Dowdle said there's been no sentencing arrangement worked out with Northampton County Assistant District Attorney Michael Thompson, but said he hopes a judge takes into consideration the three days Martin spent in county jail.Her bail, originally set at $100,000 straight at her arraignment, was reduced two days later to $25,000 with a 10 percent option. A third party posted that amount on June 13.
Publ.Date : Wed, 17 Sep 2014 21:52:29 +0000

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