Saturday, February 12, 2011

New trial in Hells Angels Criminal Org case

B.C.'s top court has overturned a lower court ruling and ordered a new trial for two men acquitted on charges of belonging to a criminal organization.

The B.C. Appeal Court ruling involves John Punko and Randy Potts, who were accused of belonging to the East End Charter of Hells Angels in Vancouver.

They were acquitted of the charges in 2009, but the Crown challenged the decision.

Wow, is this why John Punko is slated for termination? Because he might lose his case? That would be really dirty. Betray a brother because he might lose his case? What are they gonna do next - kill one of their own because Giles was hiding things from Bryce?

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