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Wednesday, 17 November 2010

Hells Angels & Vagos motorcycle gangs: Judge sends shooting case back to Grand Jury - The Prescott Daily Courier - Prescott, Arizona

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Hells Angels & Vagos motorcycle gangs: Judge sends shooting case back to Grand Jury - The Prescott Daily Courier - Prescott, Arizona: "Yavapai County Superior Court Judge William T. Kiger sent the Hells Angels shooting case back to the Grand Jury late Monday afternoon during a pre-trial conference.

But Kiger did not exonerate bail for the seven men with ties to the Hells Angels charged in the case or change the conditions of their release, in part because the Yavapai County Attorney's Office indicated it would send the case back to a Grand Jury soon.

Kiger's decision means that there are no charges filed currently against John Bernard, Kiley Hill, Kevin Christensen, Larry Scott, Michael Koepke, Robert Kittredge and Bruce Schweigert - who had been previously indicted in connection with the shooting between the Vagos and Hells Angels motorcycle gangs in an unincorporated area northwest of Chino Valley on August 21.

When Kiger made his decision, Schweigert and Bernard pumped their fists in the air. Afterwards the defendants and their attorneys talked outside the courthouse.

Ted S. Reed, the defense attorney for Bernard, wrote in his Oct. 1 motion that the state presented false and misleading testimony to the Grand Jury.

'What particularly jumps out and concerns me is the detective's comments to the Grand Jury that the other gang was a family-oriented group and this gang was a criminal enterprise,' Kiger said about the Grand Jury testimony. 'I'm having a real hard time getting around it.'"

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