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Arizona Jury Labels Hells Angels as Criminal Gang

September 24, 2009  | 

For the first time in Arizona, Hells Angels members are being called a gang in the eyes of the courts.

A recent felony assault conviction for a Hells Angel gang member resulted in a Maricopa County Superior Court jury also labeling the Hells Angels a criminal street gang.

The jury recently convicted Nathaniel Sample, 32, of two felonies: aggravated assault and acting for the benefit of a criminal street gang. Sample is scheduled to be sentenced Nov. 2.

Read Full Story at AZCentral.com


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ROB ROY @ 9/25/2009 11:25 PM

YOUR KIDDING? SOMEONE IN OUR COURTS SYSTEM IS JUST NOW FIGURING OUT THAT THE ANGEL'S ARE A CRIMINAL GROUP. IT MUST HAVE SOME THING WITH THAT STUPID BITCH BREWER PRIVATISING THE PRISON'S AND PUBLIC SAFETY. SAME KIND OF MENTALITY. YOU SHOULD DO A STORY ON THAT NOBODY ELSE IS.

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