‘Outlaw Bob’ back behind bars

There are no patches in the Bandido world for perfect attendance, and even if they existed Robert (Peterborough Bob) Pammett would definitely not have won one. He was absent the night of the massacre, and if he had attended, there likely would have been nine funerals instead of eight. As it was, he was the biker in the yellow leather vest at Boxer’s funeral. Since the massacre, goateed Bob has spent more time in jail than outside of it, after he was pinched selling cocaine to a police agent. He’s fighting now to keep his fortified home on the river from being seized by police as proceeds of crime. It’s not your typical biker digs, with a koi pond and almost life-sized statue of a Greek woman. He’s back in custody, since being scooped up at mid-afternoon on Saturday, July 24 in Peterborough, driving his canary-yellow pickup erratically down a city street, trying to keep up with nine buddies from the Outlaws. Word is the Outlaws have moved into Peterborough, although no one’s yet seen a Peterborough rocker on their backs. Interestingly, the “Canada” bottom rocker is gone, as their days as a national club are over. With about 50 members scattered across a half dozen clubs (Ottawa, South Simcoe, Toronto East, Toronto, St. Catharines, Sault Ste. Marie and London) in Ontario, they still have a presence, but that’s less than a third of the 170 or so full patch Hells Angels in Ontario. Even with members behind bars or on bail, on stipulations not to associate with other bikers, there are some 140 Angels on Ontario roadways. Thanks to my friend Julian Carsini for spotting some errors in the original version of this post.

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