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Wednesday, 13 August 2008

Gypsy Jokers Motorcycle Club has spent four years fighting an order by the police for the fortification to be removed

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Gypsy Jokers Motorcycle Club has spent four years fighting an order by the police for the fortification to be removed. Today Justice Peter Blaxell ruled that the Police Commissioner had a reasonable belief that the security measures were excessive and that some members of the gang were involved in organised crime.
The gang has seven days to remove the fortification, although Justice Blaxell urged police to extend the deadline.Outside the court Detective Inspector Charlie Carver from the Gang Crime Squad said the final decision is up to the Commissioner.
"The commissioner has the right to extend that time," he said."Obviously if seven days is not sufficient then the commissioner can look at an application to him and can look at an extension if he sees fit."

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