Tahir Özbek wird in Berlin erschossen. Nun erwarten die angeklagten Hells Angels um Kadir Padir das Urteil. Und was ist mit der Familie. Nur Kadir Padir, der Berliner Hells-Angels-Boss, gibt sich demonstrativ unbeeindruckt. Wegen Anstiftung zum Mord an Tahir Özbek am Angeklagt waren Mitglieder der Hells Angels um Rocker-Boss Kadir Padir (35). Landgericht, Saal Ausnahmezustand. Mehr als
Rockerprozess in Berlin: Hohe Haftstrafen für Hells AngelsNur Kadir Padir, der Berliner Hells-Angels-Boss, gibt sich demonstrativ unbeeindruckt. Wegen Anstiftung zum Mord an Tahir Özbek am Kadir Padir war um die 20, als er den mit den Hells Angels verfeindeten Bandidos beitrat. Als Bandido-Mitglied wurde er wegen Beihilfe zu gefährlicher. Einer von ihnen ist Kadir Padir, der Boss der Berliner Hells Angels. SPIEGEL TV erzählt vom Aufstieg und Fall eines Höllenengels. Die Autoren.
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Die Angeklagten werfen Kusshände zurück. When serving a warrant at the home of chapter president Ora Ray "Indian Ray" Glore, police found him dead with nine.
Glore was allegedly assassinated over a personal dispute with a senior member of the Oakland Hells Angels. Of the remaining twelve, nine were convicted and three — including Barger and his wife Sharon — were acquitted.
The Mongols seized control of southern California from the Hells Angels during the s. Los Angeles Hells Angels member and methamphetamine manufacturer Robert Frederick Garceau stabbed to death his girlfriend Maureen Bautista and her fourteen-year-old son Telesforo in a Bakersfield apartment on September 6 or 7, after Bautista threatened to inform her former lover, drug dealer Eddie Nash , of Garceau's whereabouts and drug operation.
Nash had previously paid Garceau to fulfill a contract which he failed to perform, and Nash was subsequently searching for Garceau. Two of Garceau's acquaintances, Greg Rambo and Larry Tom Whittington, disposed of the bodies by placing them inside a hollow bedroom dresser which was then buried beneath a layer of concrete in the yard behind Rambo's residence in Shandon.
Garceau shot and killed Rambo, one of his drug business partners, in Monterey County on February 19, after he became concerned that Rambo may become an informant.
In view of Rambo's disappearance and fearing for her own life, his wife, Susan, contacted the Kern County Sheriff's Office on March 6, Her statements led to the excavation of the Bautistas' bodies on March 8, and the arrest of Garceau in Gorman on March 14, Bonner, an undercover FBI agent who infiltrated the club for twenty-six months and made drug deals with various chapters.
Douglas Chester Schultz, president of the San Diego Hells Angels, was arrested on October 31, and indicted on eighteen counts of possession of methamphetamine, intent to distribute and conspiracy.
Two employees of Schultz's limousine service, Gerald Robert Ladley and Thomas Longnecker, were also charged with distributing methamphetamine from the business.
The club later reinstated him, however, as they had unknowingly violated their national charter by expelling an incarcerated member.
The feud between the Hells Angels and the Mongols was reactivated when the rival clubs clashed at a motorcycle trade show in Long Beach on February 10, , resulting in San Bernardino Hells Angels chapter sergeant-at-arms Aristeo Andres "Art" Carbajal being stabbed to death and several others wounded.
San Diego Hells Angels chapter president Guy Russell Castiglione and his girlfriend, Kathleen Rebecca Pirelli, were indicted on charges of conspiracy to possess two pounds of methamphetamine with intent to distribute after the drugs were found in Pirelli's purse during a search by U.
Border Patrol agents at a Temecula checkpoint on May 13, Ten members of the Hells Angels' San Diego chapter were indicted by a federal grand jury in June and all pleaded guilty to conspiring to distribute methamphetamine and to murder members of the Mongols.
Chapter president Guy Russell Castiglione was sentenced to seventy months in federal prison in September  and sergeant-at-arms Mark Alan Toycen was sentenced to fourteen years in prison in July The convictions effectively dismantled the chapter.
Ventura Hells Angels chapter member Thomas Heath was sentenced to thirty-five years to life in prison in February after being convicted of a fifth strike offense.
Heath was sentenced to an additional seven years' in when he pleaded guilty to two counts of first-degree murder for killing a rival biker and an innocent bystander with a bomb in Los Angeles on September 24, during a war with the Mongols.
In , president of the San Jose chapter Jeffrey Pettigrew,  was shot four times in the back on September 23, at a casino in Sparks, Nevada.
Two California members of the Vagos motorcycle club at the crime scene were also shot but survived. Pettigrew was in Sparks for 'Street Vibrations', a long-running motorcycle festival in the Reno area.
Sparks declared a state of emergency after another motorcyclist wearing Vagos colors was shot shortly afterwards in the stomach from a passing vehicle.
Ernesto Manuel Gonzales was later arrested in San Francisco in connection with the death of Pettigrew.
According to police, after the shooting, the suspect, Steve Ruiz, disappeared and one or more people tampered with the crime scene, washing away bloodstains and removing evidence of the shooting.
While driving home at the end of his shift that evening, McGee observed a stalled vehicle and stopped to assist the occupants when he was attacked by three men and beaten with a baseball bat.
Miller, Frank Passalaqua, Robert L. Redmond, Nicholas Romano Jr. Kutzer and Carlos Pini — were later apprehended on the same charges. Krosky after they forced their way into a hotel and bar in Sandy Hook , Newtown on July 31, Frank Passalaqua was one of four white inmates investigated over the homicide of Alfred Chisholm, a black inmate who was strangled to death at Northern Correctional Institution on November 10, Bridgeport Hells Angels chapter president Daniel Eugene "Diamond Dan" Bifield, along with Susan Corin Bouton, was arrested by local police officers in Milford on October 3, after being observed with a gauge pump action shotgun in his vehicle.
He was convicted of possession of a shotgun by a convicted felon in October and was sentenced to two years in prison on November 20, Joseph Whelan fatally stabbed bar patron John Matulionis after a verbal altercation in a Bridgeport barroom on February 24, He was sentenced to twenty-five-years-to-life in prison for the murder.
Daniel Bifield and his father Richard, also a member of the Bridgeport Hells Angels, were convicted of conspiring to make and collect extortionate loans, and Hobbs Act violations on August 4, for their involvement in a loansharking operation in conjunction with Francis "Fat Franny" Curcio, a made member of the Genovese crime family.
He became the subject of an international manhunt by the FBI and, at one point, a body found in the East River in New York City was incorrectly identified as that of Bifield.
Successfully managing to elude his pursuers, Bifield finally returned to the U. Marshals and FBI agents on February 5, Bifield was sentenced two weeks after his capture to two consecutive twenty-year prison sentences on the extortion charge.
Thirty-seven members and associates of the Bridgeport Hells Angels were arrested on racketeering and drug trafficking charges on May 2, in connection with a three-year FBI investigation of the club known as Operation Roughrider.
The arrests took place in three cities across Connecticut. Bonner, infiltrated the club for over two years and made drug deals with various chapters during the investigation.
James Pickerstein, Chief Assistant U. Attorney for the District of Connecticut , were to be physically harmed by the HAMC in retaliation for their efforts in the investigation and subsequent prosecutions.
These attempts at violence were to be funded by the Hells Angels' Oakland, California chapter. As a result, Barone was subject to intense security for an extended period of time.
Hells Angels sergeant-at-arms Daniel "Dan" Klimas shot and killed Todd Festa, a rejected club prospect and state police informant, in Wallingford on January 7, Klimas pleaded guilty to murder and possession of a pistol without a permit, and was sentenced to twenty-eight years in prison on March 3, Roger Mariani, a senior member of the Hells Angels in Connecticut, was shot and killed while riding his motorcycle on the Connecticut Turnpike in West Haven on April 2, Another Hells Angels member, Paul Carrol, was also wounded when shots were fired from the car.
The pair were charged with weapons possession and theft of a license plate. The Hells Angels are considered suspects in the murder of Joseph "HoJo" Ferraiolo, the president of the Outlaws' Waterbury chapter, who died from multiple gunshot wounds after being ambushed outside a tattoo parlor he owned in Hamden on February 9, When the individual failed to pay the debt and falsely claimed to be the acting president of the New York Hells Angels chapter, he was stabbed eight times, beaten with a hammer and blinded in one eye in a New Milford hotel room on January 25, Broderick and Hammer were arrested on May 27, Hammer refused to identify those involved in the assault, although an investigation revealed that members of the Hells Angels' Bridgeport chapter had attacked the victim in connection with the extortion scheme.
Four leading members of the Hells Angels in northern Illinois were arrested and charged with numerous crimes including violating the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations RICO Act in , following a four-year federal investigation into the club.
At least three were convicted; Melvin "Road" Chancey president of the Chicago chapter from to was sentenced to nine years in prison, David G.
Abrams a former president of both the Rockford and Spring Valley chapters was sentenced to three years in prison during trials in June and July In October , Ralph "Sonny" Barger , the Hells Angels' Oakland California chapter president and reputed national leader, and Michael Vincent "Irish" O'Farrell, the former Oakland president, were convicted of plotting to carry out bomb attacks in Louisville and elsewhere against members of the Outlaws.
Three other club members were also found guilty on lesser charges, while five others were acquitted. The government contended the Hells Angels planned the attacks in revenge for the murder of John Cleve Webb, a member of Hells Angels' Anchorage Alaska chapter, who was shot outside a Jefferson County bar on August 12, A Louisville Outlaws member later pleaded guilty to reckless homicide in Webb's death.
Pagans member Christopher J. Brennan shot and wounded three Hells Angels at a bar in Deale on May 30, when he fired shots from a van with a.
Brennan pleaded guilty to reckless endangerment and was sentenced to ninety days in jail in November after prosecutors dropped additional other charges, which included attempted first-degree and second-degree murder, due to "a distinct lack of witness cooperation".
Federal agents uncovered seventeen firearms, over rounds of ammunition, a bulletproof vest and methamphetamine during the raids. According to affidavits filed in federal court, two undercover ATF agents who had infiltrated the Warlocks witnessed Beal sell cocaine to two Warlocks members at the Hells Angels' clubhouse on May 3, The Hells Angels are the most significant motorcycle gang involved in drug trafficking in Massachusetts.
Hells Angels members were among a group of twenty people — fifteen men and five women — charged with various offenses after a battle with police on Lowell's Andover Street on December 14, The violence erupted when police officers arrived at a house party in response to complaints from neighbors and were threatened with a rifle.
Around forty-five officers, including reinforcements from neighboring towns, were required to arrest the group. Five police officers were injured and a patrol wagon was damaged in the incident.
Several rifles and a sawed-off shotgun were seized along with clubs and daggers, as well as barbiturates. Jones and Michael Maguire — were charged with assault with intent to murder.
Quartarone, Jr. While LaRocque held Linda Condon captive in the back seat of Quartarone's Cadillac , Hogan and Quartarone — a police officer in the city of Beverly — entered the apartment and beat Theodore Condon with clubs, inflicting severe injuries including fractures of the femur and of both tibiae, a severe contusion of the left side of his face, a through-and-through laceration of his left ear, a perforated left ear-drum, and a fractured skull.
Linda Condon was then taken to a motel room in Peabody , where she escaped through a window and called for the police after LaRocque fell asleep.
The trio were convicted of kidnapping, assault and battery by means of a dangerous weapon, and mayhem. Michele Gagnon, a member of the Quebec chapter of the Hells Angels, is believed to be a prime suspect in two unsolved murders that occurred in Lynn in Gagnon's girlfriend Susan Marie DeQuina, who reportedly wanted to break up with Gagnon because he and his friends were using her car to transport drugs, went missing on October 3, Shortly after her disappearance, DeQuina's car was found abandoned and burned in Saugus.
Authorities believe she was murdered. He had been shot in the head, back and shoulder, and his severed head and hands were later found buried in the yard of his Lynn residence.
Police suspect Garbino was killed by the Hells Angels over a drug rip-off, and began searching for Gagnon in relation to the murder. His death was ruled a suicide, although some authorities believe he did not take his own life.
Alan Hogan and Robert Montgomery, both members of the Hells Angels' Lynn chapter, and Thomas Apostolos, a member of the New Hampshire chapter, were imprisoned after police discovered a trailer home converted into a methamphetamine lab in Middleton on January 11, Two non-club members turned state's evidence and entered the Witness Protection Program following the trial.
Three murders in Canada — of a Hells Angel, his wife and his mother — were directly linked to the case. During the early hours of September 20, , James Rich was stabbed numerous times in the legs after being attacked outside a bar in Revere Beach by four unidentified men — believed to be Hells Angels members — who accused him of being a member of the Devil's Disciples Motorcycle Club.
The following evening, three friends of Rich — Robert L. Cobb, Arthur A. Corbett and Andrew J. Millyan — went to the bar seeking revenge on any Hells Angels present.
Millyan shot bar patron Dana Hill in the head with a shotgun. Hill — who was not a member of any motorcycle gang, but had the appearance of a biker — died three days later.
After discarding the murder weapon in a body of water, Cobb, Corbett and Millyan were arrested by police and indicted on first-degree murder charges on the theory of joint enterprise.
On May 19, , Corbett and Millyan were convicted of murder in the first degree; Cobb was convicted of murder in the second degree.
Hells Angels members Alan J. Cutler and Edward R. Simard, and another man — John L. Burke — were arrested on February 4, in connection with the murder of Vincent DeNino, a drug dealer who was found shot dead in the trunk of his car in a supermarket parking lot in Revere on February 29, With approval from both clubs, he was allegedly lured to Cutler's home and shot in the shoulder with a shotgun before being taken to his car and shot four times in the head.
Leary was subsequently charged with three counts of assault and battery, and three counts of making threats after an incident occurred when officers attempted to strip search him at a Peabody police station.
He was ultimately acquitted. Bonner infiltrating the club and making drug deals with several chapters, culminated with a total of Hells Angels members and associates being indicted on drug trafficking and racketeering charges after approximately fifty coordinated raids carried out in eleven states.
Frank Briggs and Julio "Jules" Lucido of the Berkshire County chapter were sentenced to one year and four years in prison, respectively.
The Hells Angels took over ancillary activities of the Patriarca crime family's Boston faction, such as loansharking and drug dealing, from the East Boston -based Trampers — who had previously overseen operations under contract with the Mafia — circa The indictments followed a two-year state and federal investigation of organized crime in Boston.
Thirteen members and former members of the Lowell Hells Angels were indicted in September on charges of conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine as part of a drug ring that operated in Massachusetts and New Hampshire between and Sentences ranged from fifteen years' imprisonment for Pasciuti to three years' probation.
As part of an undercover operation, DEA agent Phil Muollo infiltrated the club for eighteen months and purchased kilograms of drugs from Gregory "Greg" Domey, the chapter president as well as the Hells Angels' leader on the East Coast, and other members.
The investigation was also aided by the use of an informant. On July 1, , John R. Michaels was riding his motorcycle on Route 18 in Weymouth when Bartolomeo accelerated an automobile into him.
State and federal authorities agreed not to charge him with the attacks on two Devil's Disciples members in conjunction with a plea agreement. He was sentenced to thirty-five years'.
Two Hells Angels were accused of raping a woman at the Lynn chapter's clubhouse during the funeral of former chapter president Alan Hogan.
Duda were charged with assault and battery following an attack on off-duty police lieutenant Vernon "Skip" Coleman at a Lynn bar on November 24, During a traffic stop on Route on January 6, , Hells Angels member Christopher Ranieri fled into a marsh after state trooper Daniel Crespi observed what he believed to be a gun under his jacket.
Police eventually coaxed Ranieri out of the swamp and arrested him on several charges. He was given a ninety-day suspended sentence for assault on a police officer.
Eric Franco, the sergeant-at-arms of the Lynn Hells Angels chapter, was found to be in possession of a firearm and ammunition on May 3, when police were called to the apartment he shared with his girlfriend and her child after receiving a report that Franco had assaulted his girlfriend.
There are ten men between the ages of 30 and 43 sitting in the dock. The trial of an eleventh defendant was severed.
Two alleged accomplices are on the run. Recep O. All other defendants say: There was no murder plan.
The prosecutor's office, however, assumes murder for revenge. Since then, he has been considered a traitor in the scene because it's not enough for a Hells Angel to talk to investigators.
But he also says that there was no murder order by Kadir Padir. In court, Kassra Z. Liveticker Abo.
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Source: spiegel All life articles on You may like. The judge must be insulted in the hall - and yet remains undeterred.
Not only his defender in front of him winces. Recep O. For a moment actually surprised that the 15th Grand Penal Chamber of the Berlin district court condemned him on this day for murder to a life imprisonment.
The year-old looks at his defenders stunned. Padir smiles. A little later, Padir will hear from chairman Thomas Gross that he conveys the "impression of his own invincibility".
Seven other defendants are convicted of joint murder of year-old Özbek. Including Kassra Z. Because of his early and extensive cooperation with the investigative authorities gets Kassra Z.
The Chairman Thomas Gross is the tension to watch. Nevertheless, after almost five years of negotiation, he unhesitatingly announces the verdict.
He can not be disturbed by furious interjections or by the constant muttering and disrespect of some defendants.
He just keeps reading, on and on.