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Finks Outlaw Motorcycle Gang member gun found in bikie's vehicle

Monday, 17 September 2012

 police found a stun device inside the vehicle of an outlaw motorcycle club member during a routine vehicle stop.   The Mistubishi Pajero was pulled over by officers attached to the dog squad on the Pacific Highway on Friday about 9.35pm. Police said the four-wheel-drive contained two men, a 22-year-old male Finks Outlaw Motorcycle Gang member and a 25-year-old man, also alleged to be associated with an OMCG. A subsequent search of the vehicle allegedly uncovered an electronic stun device disguised as a 'mobile phone'. The device was seized for forensic analysis.

Two bikie gang members shot in Sydney last night are refusing to cooperate with police.

Locals heard several shots ring out on Priddle Street in Westmead just before 11:00pm. Soon afterwards two men turned up separately to Westmead Hospital, both with gunshot wounds. Police went there to speak with the men and established a crime scene on the street, which is only a few hundred metres from the hospital. Officers with torches searched overnight for bullet casings and examined the front door and brick wall of a unit block. Police say the men, both aged in their 20s, are associates of rival bikie gangs. One of the men has been discharged from hospital, while the other is still being treated for non-life threatening injuries.

AUSTRALIA'S home-grown "outlaw" bikie gangs are aggressively expanding overseas

Monday, 10 September 2012

AUSTRALIA'S home-grown "outlaw" bikie gangs are aggressively expanding overseas, establishing networks beyond the jurisdiction of national crime fighting authorities. Warning: contains violence Bikie crackdown The Rebels, Australia's largest club, founded by millionaire businessman Alex Vella, and the Comanchero Motorcycle Club are opening chapters in South East Asia and Europe. The Rebels now boast chapters in New Zealand, Malta, Thailand, England and Spain, while rival gang the Comancheros are in Bosnia and Spain. Australian office bearers belonging to international club the Bandidos are also branching into Bali and Thailand. The Hells Angels are also active in South East Asia.

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

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