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Thursday, 3 June 2010

Australia's Hells Angels, please explain lifestyle | Reuters

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Australia's Hells Angels, please explain lifestyle | Reuters: "Twelve of the Hells Angels bosses will be quizzed about their activities with the notorious biker gang, dating back 19 years, Sydney's Daily Telegraph newspaper reported on Thursday.
The bikers lost a Federal Court case on Wednesday aimed at preventing the Australian Crime Commission examination.
Sports cars, Harley-Davidson motorcycles, drugs, firearms, computers and financial documents relating to biker activities were seized in recent police raids, said the newspaper.
As a result, the 12 Hells Angels bosses were served with summons to appear before the commission, to answer questions on tax fraud and their finances.
The commission has sweeping powers to force the biker bosses to give evidence against fellow bikers if they are involved in crimes including drug and violence offences."

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