secure in their reputation as the rottenest motorcycle gang in the whole history of Christendom*

What’s that about when the going getsweird?

Officers arrested eight members of an Anaheim biker gang and charged
them with attempted murder this morning as part of an ongoing
operation, authorities said.


The group arrested this morning are members of a Christian biker gang
named Set Free, and the victims are members of the Hells Angels,
Schmidt said.


5 thoughts on “secure in their reputation as the rottenest motorcycle gang in the whole history of Christendom*

  1. Careful, Scout, these are part of McCain’s base. I suppose after you stoop to embrace Bush, anything else seems mild.

  2. my experience with the HAs is that they serve up a mean barbecue, and when my band played one of their rallies, they paid us in full, up front and in cash.
    christian biker gang, eh? what denomination, i wonder? probably nazarene…

  3. My brother had a fantastic experience with some Hell’s Angels a couple of years ago. He was working with a special needs kid who was almost 18 and was HUGE–like 300+ pounds (and my brother’s like 150, tops). He was driving several kids to an outing, heading north on a freeway in southern CA, and the big kid decided he needed to get out of the van. While it was moving. In six lanes of traffic. Big Bro was able to hold on to the kid and slam on the brakes, but then the kid broke free, got out and started to crawl across three lanes of traffic toward the side of the road.
    And out of nowhere, a pack of Hell’s Angels came along. A couple of them stopped traffic while another, a nurse, helped my brother get the kid, then the remaining kids in the van, to the side of the road.
    Now there are some Christian values at work. To any HAs or friends of HAs reading, thanks. Really.

  4. I love this part:

    In addition to videos of the group in action, including some showing members in fistfights with other people, the site offers apparel for sale. A onesie for babies with the words “Soldier Made” written on the front in faux alphabet blocks sells for $30.
    The address given for those wishing to buy items is located in the same Anaheim block raided this morning by authorities.

    More news stories should come with an opportunity to purchase souvenirs.

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