Queensland Police Targets Bandidos and Other Outlaw MCs

Queensland Police Targets Bandidos and Other Outlaw MCs 1 photo
It looks like outlaw motorcycle gangs with criminal intents are in for quite a rough time as of last night, after the Queensland Police officers had to use stun guns to calm down a massive brawl at Gold Coast.
According to Attorney-General Jarrod Bleijie, more than 60 people were involved in the disturbance. However, shortly after this incident, a new similar one occurred in another part of the city.

The same source declares that those involved in the two brawls were members of the Bandidos outlaw MC and of another, unnamed similar group. A total of 18 people were charged over these incidents.

Mr. Bleijie also declared that these two brawls were the straw that broke the camel's back and this will trigger a zero-tolerance policy from local authorities, now bent on cracking down these outlaw gangs.

"Today is the day that we are saying enough's enough, the Government is drawing a line in the sand and saying to outlaw motorcycle gangs, and those engaged in criminal enterprise in Queensland: you have had your day," Bleijie said.

"From now on police will be knocking on their door, police will be stopping them on the sides of the roads and pulling them out of their vehicles and stopping their bikes. [They] have two choices ... change their behavior or go to jail," added he.

137 extra police officers and a helicopter will be added to the task force, in order to send a clear message: "either behave or you'll be gone from the streets of the Gold Coast."

Source ABC. Thanks Eduard for the tip.
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