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The statement said, the rocker club distances itself from contacts to the right-wing scene. The attempt to draw the club in the right-wing haze is a personal insult for every member, the Hells Angels indicate.
One comes from Israel , one from Palestine , one even from Surinam. And we are xenophobic? On June 5, , the clubhouse of the Chicanos was completely destroyed from inside.
Several members of the Chicanos suffered skull fractures and elbow fractures. The attackers belong to the notorious "Brigade 81".
Reports say the object was a homemade bomb and the car belongs to Rene H. Police reports say the greatest rocker gangs in the world wage a fierce battle for East Germany.
The region serves as a strategically important springboard in prosperous countries such as Poland , Czech Republic , the Baltic states and Russia.
Countries, where people disappear every day. In August , a leading member of the Berlin Bandidos was stabbed and shot to death in Hohenschönhausen, Berlin.
A news channel claimed, the year-old Michael B. Police reports say there is a continuing war over territorial claims between the Bandidos and the Hells Angels.
On the night of October 31 to November 1, , it came to a confrontation between members of opposing groups. The clubhouse of the Bandidos in Duisburg was attacked and damaged from the outside, in Solingen shots were fired at the residence of some members of the Midland charter, a hand grenade was thrown against the building but did not explode and was later blown up by the police.
Also in October , at the opening ceremony of a new Hells Angels pub in Potsdam , 70 police officers controlled persons, 39 vehicles and arrested one member, who was a fugitive, of the Hells Angels group "Nomads.
Two baseball bats and a banned one-handed knife was also found. Since December 22, , two members of the Hells Angels are standing trial in Kaiserslautern.
They are accused, along with another Hells Angels member who is a fugitive, having murdered the year-old [ ] President of the chapters of the Donnersberg Outlaws MC in June Also in December , a year-old member of the Hells Angels was stabbed and critically injured in Erfurt.
After an emergency surgery the victim was out of danger. The rocker was stabbed in the parking lot of a motorcycle business.
Shortly after the attack, the police arrested four suspects in Weimar, including two members of the Jena Bandidos. The year-old, Stefan R.
He has hit a Bandidos member with his car on the A7 , reports say. The year-old Bandidos member was heavily injured and is fighting for his life.
Investigators searched for additional evidence in connection with the discovery of a weapons depot in a car repair shop in Flensburg.
In November , police had discovered explosives, five machine guns, ten shotguns and pump guns, revolvers and pistols and lots of ammunition.
Since January 10, , six members of the Weimar Bandidos are standing trial in Erfurt. The 29 to year-olds are accused of forming a criminal organization and attempted murder.
Reports say the Bandidos are striving for supremacy in the bouncer, tattoo and red-light scene. On February 19, , a year-old member of the Flensburg Hells Angels was attacked by supporters of the Bandidos and seriously injured with an iron bar.
His car had to be towed away. Since February 23, , a year-old female decoy of the Hells Angels is standing trial in Neumünster. She is accused having lured a Bandidos member in an ambush.
The victim was killed with five shots. Police reports say the background of this step is unknown. German Bandidos probably have a problem with members of foreign origin.
In general, the rockers are set nationally and felt like "real German men. A leading Hells Angels member confirmed the defection and said the new members will be part of the "Hells Angels of Turkey.
On March 15, , a year-old supporter of the Bandidos was stabbed and badly injured in Kiel. In the same night, police raided meeting points of the Hells Angels.
A few days earlier, shots were fired at the house of the local Hells Angels leader. Reports also say there are investigations against seven persons, including two Hells Angels members, because of clashes in the red-light districts of Westerwald.
Also in March , a report claims that the Hells Angels are now selling beer , hard alcohol , cigarettes and clothing using retailers and the German supermarket chain "Real.
After the report the supermarket chain "Real" claimed to be unaware and would take the brand off the shelves. Sons of Anarchy, a TV series based on an idea allegedly stolen by a former Hells Angel, did it for them.
Nevertheless, there is much more to them and their community than what makes the headlines. They are first of all a close-knit community, similar to the mafia.
Besides handling the dirty business, they run legitimate businesses and even do a considerable amount of charity work.
They are all over the world, a proper global gang. One can find an amazing number of of their charters on six out of seven existing continents in the world.
The Angels proceeded to arm themselves with sawed-off pool cues and motorcycle chains to drive the crowd further back from the stage.
After the crowd perhaps accidentally toppled one of the Angels' motorcycles, the Angels became even more aggressive, including toward the performers.
Marty Balin of Jefferson Airplane jumped off the stage to try to sort out the problem, only to be punched in the head and knocked unconscious by an Angel during the band's set.
When Jefferson Airplane guitarist Paul Kantner sarcastically thanked the Angels for knocking the singer out, Angel Bill Fritsch took hold of a microphone and argued with him about it.
The Rolling Stones waited until sundown to perform. Stanley Booth stated that part of the reason for the delay was that Bill Wyman had missed the helicopter ride to the venue.
Rolling Stones lead singer Mick Jagger , who had already been punched in the head by a concertgoer within seconds of emerging from his helicopter,   was visibly intimidated by the unruly situation and urged everyone to, "Just be cool down in the front there, don't push around.
After a lengthy pause and another appeal for calm, the band restarted the song and continued their set with less incident until the start of " Under My Thumb ".
Some of the Hells Angels got into a scuffle with Meredith Hunter , age 18, when he attempted to get onstage with other fans. After a minute's pause, Hunter returned to the stage [ citation needed ] where, according to Gimme Shelter producer Porter Bibb , Hunter's girlfriend Patty Bredehoft found him and tearfully begged him to calm down and move further back in the crowd with her; but he was reportedly enraged, irrational and "so high he could barely walk".
There was no doubt in my mind that he intended to do terrible harm to Mick or somebody in the Rolling Stones, or somebody on that stage.
Following his initial scuffle with the Angels as he tried to climb onstage, [ citation needed ] Hunter as seen in concert footage wearing a bright lime-green suit returned to the front of the crowd and drew a long-barreled.
Hells Angel Alan Passaro, seeing Hunter drawing the revolver, drew a knife from his belt and charged Hunter from the side, parrying Hunter's pistol with his left hand and stabbing him twice with his right hand, killing him.
The footage was shot by Eric Saarinen , who was on stage taking pictures of the crowd, and Baird Bryant , who climbed atop a bus.
This was discovered more than a week later when raw footage was screened in the New York offices of the Maysles Brothers. In the film sequence, lasting about two seconds, a two-meter six foot opening in the crowd appears, leaving Bredehoft in the center.
Hunter enters the opening from the left. His hand rises toward the stage, and the silhouette of a revolver is clearly seen against Bredehoft's light-colored dress.
Passaro is seen entering from the right and delivering two stabs with his knife as he parries Hunter's revolver and pushes him off-screen; the opening then closes around Bredehoft.
Passaro was reported to have stabbed Hunter five times in the upper back, although only two stabs are visible in the footage. Witnesses also reported Hunter was stomped on by several Hells Angels while he was on the ground.
Hunter's autopsy confirmed he was high on methamphetamine when he died. The Rolling Stones were aware of the skirmish, but not the stabbing "You couldn't see anything, it was just another scuffle", Jagger tells David Maysles during film editing.
But it soon became apparent they could see something of what had happened because the band stopped playing mid-song and Jagger was heard calling into his microphone, "We've really got someone hurt here After a few minutes the band began playing again and eventually completed their set.
Jagger told Maysles they all agreed that if they abandoned the show at that point, the crowd would have become even more unruly, perhaps degenerating into a full-scale riot.
In , the Alameda County Sheriff's Office initiated a two-year investigation into the possibility of a second Hells Angel having taken part in the stabbing.
Finding insufficient support for this hypothesis, and reaffirming that Passaro acted alone, the office closed the case for good on May 25, The Altamont concert is often contrasted with the Woodstock festival that took place less than four months earlier.
While Woodstock represented "peace and love", Altamont came to be viewed as the end of the hippie era and the de facto conclusion of lates American youth culture: "Altamont became, whether fairly or not, a symbol for the death of the Woodstock Nation.
What died at Altamont is the Rousseauian dream itself. The music magazine Rolling Stone , in a page author article on the event entitled "The Rolling Stones Disaster at Altamont: Let It Bleed" published in their January 21, , issue, stated that "Altamont was the product of diabolical egotism, hype, ineptitude, money manipulation, and, at base, a fundamental lack of concern for humanity".
It was considered a huge if ragged success. Britain's Isle of Wight festival, which happened later in August , drew around , attendees, and went off without a hitch.
Source: vintage. This infamous music festival was an attempt by the Rolling Stones to rival other successful and expensive festivals to end their U.
They wanted to go out with a bang and that they did… but not a good one. The Rolling Stones decided they would organize a free concert, but little thought went into any details other than the talent.
Their hope was that the festival would be as successful as Woodstock -- or even more successful. It was a stellar lineup that drew an enormous crowd.
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They were like a street gang. This "cleanup" effort led to what's known as the Lennoxville Purge in Quebec, where the Angels set up a meeting with the Laval Chapter of the club — patched-in, full members of the Hells Angels — and murdered them in cold blood because they were hurting this effort to portray the Hells Angels as professional criminals who could be relied on to watch the bottom line.
The ambush was considered shocking by some of the Hells Angels, and rival motorcycle gang the Rock Machine was formed in part as a reaction to what was seen as a betrayal of the outlaw code the Hells Angels had introduced to the world.
The Hells Angels have a lengthy and arduous membership process that can take years to go from being a "hang-around" to a prospect to a full-patch member, and they reportedly reject anyone who has applied for a job in law enforcement or corrections.
So it's not too surprising that their membership has never been huge. The Department of Justice estimates that there are at most 2, full members of the club worldwide, although that doesn't include the people working through the membership process or those who are trusted associates but not formally members.
What should be worrying the club is their declining membership. For example, MyNorthwest reported that by , the Washington Chapter of the Hells Angels only had eight full members and perhaps a dozen prospects statewide, and CBC News reported in that the Nova Scotia Angels only had nine active members — one of whom was in jail.
Theories on the decline center on the lack of appeal to young military veterans, traditionally the main source of new members for the Hells Angels, and their persistently violent and criminal reputation, which can dissuade folks who might find the idea of an "outlaw" life appealing but have no interest in joining up with an organized crime outfit.
While it's pretty obvious that the Hells Angels are still plenty violent and dangerous, over the years, they've become more and more of an outlaw corporation than an outlaw gang.
With membership declining and law enforcement constantly working to curtail their illegal activities, the club has turned to a pretty mainstream revenue channel to stay afloat in the modern era: trademark enforcement.
As intellectual property company Novagraaf notes, the Hells Angels shrewdly established the Hells Angels Motorcycle Corporation HAMC and assigned ownership of all its trademarks to the company, which has been pretty active in defending those lucrative trademarks.Das Konzert der Rolling Stones in Altamont wurde von einem Todesfall überschattet: Während die Band „Under My Thumb“ spielte, traten. Hunter wurde von einem der als Sicherheitskräfte eingesetzten Hells Angels erstochen, unmittelbar zuvor hatte Hunter unter Einfluss von Drogen eine. Für Bier im Wert von Dollar heuerte Stones-Tourmanager Sam Cutler die Hells Angels als Security an. The Grateful Dead hatten die Biker. Das Altamont Free Concert sollte ein zweites Woodstock werden. Heute gilt der tragische Vorfall als Ende der unbeschwerten Hippie-Zeit.