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Wednesday, 5 May 2010

Two Hell's Angels jailed in Germany for fatal assault | Earth Times News

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Two Hell's Angels jailed in Germany for fatal assault | Earth Times News: "Two Hell's Angels gang members were jailed Tuesday by a German court for an attack on the leader of a rival motorcycle gang during a struggle for control of gang zones.
One, aged 29, was given 90 months for assault leading to death. The other, aged 43, was convicted as an accessory and given 48 months after he gave evidence for the prosecution.
A third assailant, who wielded the knife in the stabbing attack last June, was never caught.
The court said the trio stopped the 45-year-old chapter leader of the rival gang, the Outlaws, on an open road to 'rough him up' and 'overdid it.' This was not murder in the legal sense.
Prosecutors said they would appeal and seek a murder conviction"

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