Former Bandido Peterborough Bob Pammett is in search of another motorcycle club. Either he was kicked out of the Loners or he put them in the ejector seat. Whatever the case, he doesn’t have a wolf patch on his back any longer. Hard to think of what clubs are left for Pammett and his not-so-merry band.
Head of Winnipeg’s Flatlined Crew in trouble in court. The Flatlined are friends of the Hells Angels and police say they were hunting down the Angels’ enemies, the Rock Machine. A gun which police say belonged to the Flatlined’s leader was found in a dog run. Anyone who wanted it had to go through his Rottweiller first.
As many as 400 Hells Angels are now expected at the club’s Canada Run this weekend in Saskatoon. Police expect plenty of talk and muscle flexing, but little actual trouble. Club members are generally big tippers at runs, as this generally bring favorable publicity. Not everyone can make it, due to other obligations, like jail.
The first-ever Canada Run by the Hells Angels in Saskatchewan is coming up in Saskatoon. The province has two chapters with about two dozen members combined, as well as a support club, “The Freewheelers.”
They haven’t broken out the heavy weapons yet, but there’s plenty of worrying in Berlin as tensions between the Hells Angels and the Bandidos rise.
Things just got a little tougher in the organized crime community, as the Supreme Court unanimously approves a “guilt by association” decision. The ruling helps lower courts when trying to determine exactly what makes up a criminal organization.