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Ex-cop angry of targeting of Harleys and treatment of Hells Angels

Friday, 6 May 2011

Supporters of the Big Five motorcycle clubs - the Hells Angels, Pagans, Outlaws, Bandidos, and Mongols - insist the vast majority of members are law-abiding citizens with nothing more than a rebellious streak and an affinity for Harley Davidsons.

The Nanaimo RCMP are unfairly targeting them because of their reputations and image, and those non-members who ride Harleys.

I'm anger remembering how the Nanaimo clubhouse was the hub and a place to plan peaceful events that poured more $$ millions back into the city's economy. It had been seized under the B.C. Civil Forfeiture Act in 2007, which remains nothing more than legalized theft of personal property.

My anger turns to sadness thinking about Zeke, who disappeared in May of '93. It wasn't long for anger returned as wondered how hard the RCMP are trying to solve Zeke's - even if they put half the effort into enforcing unfair noise laws.

Contrary to public perception, mostly generated by law enforcement and ignorance, the Hells Angels are a club of motorcycle enthusiasts made up of very normal, law-abiding citizens - fathers, brothers, a few grandfathers, working and retired, loving family men, who pay their taxes on time.

I'm a former cop who at first bought into the propaganda. Once I exercised critical thinking skills, and getting to know men like Zeke, I realized how narrow some opinions were and how laws have become one-sided, targeting individuals without cause, but rather because they fit the image police say, are the bad guys.

I'm looking for a lawyer to help fight law enforcement that are unfairly targeting all Harley Davidson motorcyclists that have after market exhaust even thought they are quiet just solely based on exhaust manufacture make and models. I'm also looking for motorcycle enthusiasts to protest this violation of the Charter.

William Perry
Victoria, BC



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A person charged with a crime is presumed innocent until proven guilty

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