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Steve Farrell  says:

Jail for Hells Angels and Outlaws in airport brawl

Seven members of the Hells Angels and Outlaws have been jailed for six years each for their part in a mass brawl at Birmingham International Airport.   The “horrendous fight” last January almost cost one man his life according to police. Jurors at Birmingham Crown Court were shown pictures of knives, a machete, a club, knuckle dusters, hammers and a meat cleaver...

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Apr 09

Posts: 17

Tordy3002 says:


6 years each for just a brawl? Harsh? Admittedly is was brutal as f**k with a list of weapons like that, but no one died or anything! No innocent people were murdered for the hell of it like you hear about. People have gone down for less time for doing more. Must of been because they were bikers. "rolls eyes"

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Aug 06

Posts: 119

seanogorman1 says:


they should of got 20 years


scum like that have given motorcycling a bad name in britain . gangs like that have been doing it since the seventies and beyond.

in europe motorcyclists are respected as other road users, in some european countries motogp riders are as famous as footballers. yet in britain were second rate citizens.

if there wondering around the place tooled up they need locking up , end of.

its a good day for britain when maggots like this are put in jail.

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Aug 02

Posts: 550


Seanogorman1 - What a brave boy you are on here.

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Oct 05

Posts: 112

RichieRotten says:

Never done me any harm

Loved by Some Hated by Many Feard by All They have never done me any harm in fact this so called bunch of scum have given me some good times. Support your local Hells Angels.

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Feb 09

Posts: 122

yuzzy9 says:

support your local 81's.

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brutale r


Dec 07

Posts: 3248

brutale r says:


very brave m8 s for the rest of your drivel  hells angels n outlaws act like this world wide the dutch n german are proberly worse

in europe motorcyclists are respected as other road users, in some european countries motogp riders are as famous as footballers. yet in britain were second rate citizens and why is this its because the stand together and fight for there rights  not like ppl like you who expect  others to fight for you

most of the bike freedooms you have today come from angels n outlaws helping us fight stupid laws

so go down to your local outlaws or angel club house and repete  what u said  you big hard man

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Jun 09

Posts: 3

mojocrew says:


Bill Holland and the force are unfortunately  subject to the current money problems ' the police are run on a budget  which means  they get their hands into the police coffers to police these  '''crimminal events''   this means  less money for lunches hookers and office re vamps ''instead of  screaming about hells angels and outlaws being organised criminals [  itself a very serious allegation  to make  based  upon the small number of people involved  in a airport brawl [ un conected with any of the shows  also  many miles from the shows ]' Bill Holland and his team should work with the organisers of  these  shows to ensure a mutual care of duty to all involved  instead of denying the forces responsibility  and challenge to be  capable of real policing.  ' the shows must go on   ''the path of least resistance is downhill  & is a slackers route.

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Oct 08

Posts: 68

JS4119 says:

Willfully blind?

Whilst there are people who treat the Hells Angels et al as social clubs (the vast majority of members in all fairness) there are others who are members of an organised crime gang. We've been lucky in the UK, many of the crimial elements of these groups aren't present over here (look at the Hells Angels history in the US, Canada and European mainland, then tell me they're just misunderstood). The people who were sent to prison, and rightly so, organised and attended an armed brawl in a public space. Before you rush to defend them or to condemn 'lazy' policing, how would you have felt if your family had been in the airport? This has nothing to do with biking and everything to do with what they did.

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Fly by night


Sep 07

Posts: 225

Fly by night says:


It's odd these people at their age should know better, had they been young thugs you could say they have no experience and don't know any better but these people are just daft.

Clubs are fine but hells angel clubs surely the name tells the story doesn't it?

And what about the other name the outlaws, again tells the story alone surely?

It's things like this that some see and label everyone as a roudy hell raiser when in fact most bikers are lawabiding citizens that prefere the use of two wheels over four.

There is only one concern i have and that is the sentencing, were this another type of gang would they have recieved the same type of sentence and if not then why, they deserved all they got but it should be the same for all gangs.

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