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Sunday, December 4, 2011
Pagans visit Rock Machine in New Brunswick
So why did four van loads of Pagan MC members come to New Brunswick to meet with some Rock Machine members and a few local drug dealers last month? That is one saggy ass logo. It would appear that the Pagans have been charged with trafficking Crystal meth on the East Coast. We don't need any of that in NB. Looks like they certainly would give the Hells Angel finger puppets a run for their money. Note the ss tattoo on the guy's neck.
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i guess the word is out that the ha has no serious connections in new Brunswick and the hard drug scene in this place is wide open and up for grabs, outlaws ,pagans , rock machine probing the province says it all, no doubt its just a matter of time before we see one of these gangs open up a charter here. and if the Bacchus club claims new Brunswick and nova scotia on thier bottom rockers why are there other clubs here looking to make moves here in nb? you would think that them being here would be a direct slap in the face to the Bacchus mc. mabey other members will be joining rusty and ellen? only time will tellReplyDelete
Your kidding right. First off, Welcome to Canada my Pagan's brethren. Who has it in them to stop the most notorious, violence prone, "do on to others than split" 1%ers MC. P.F.F.P. A.H.A.M.D.Delete
Yeah I think Bacchus is pretty small time, low level, that’s why they have the Anarchy Bikers moving in who also work for the Hells Angels. You make a good point about Rusty and Ellen. I haven’t heard much about Jeff Lynds trial lately. Unfortunately, I don’t think they were murdered by a rival. Just like in Winnipeg, when the Hells Angels murdered one of their own, which triggered members to cross over and started a gang war. Let’s hope the same thing doesn’t happen in NB.ReplyDelete