Monday, July 16, 2012
Bacchus president charged in Saint John shooting
Well Butt Kiss did it again. Another brain surgeon dreams up the fastest way possible to get deemed a criminal organization before they patch over to a new logo. Matthew Thomas Foley, 50, the president of the Saint John's Bacchus, a brown nose club for the Hells Angels, has been charged with shooting Michael Thomas Schimpf, 31, outside the Bacchus clubhouse at 70 Pitt Street last night.
Just because you have a ridiculous logo and just because everyone knows you named your club after the patron saints of homosexuality, doesn't mean you have to go and shoot someone to get rid of your ridiculous patch. Killing someone doesn't impress people. Any 12 year old kid can pull a trigger. It only brings the heat and criminal organization legislation. Idiot. So now you're a murderer and you get to spend eternity with murderers. Doesn't that sound like a peaceful enlightened place to be? Good luck with that.
In this picture, we see Matt Foley on the left in his younger days. He didn’t look like such an idiot back then. I wonder what happened. Now he’s a fat old man with a grey mohawk. I kid you not. Some people just never grow up. One has to wonder why. One has to wonder what happened to him to turn him into such a fuck up. The answer is staring us in the face.
Take a look at the ridiculous logo young Matt is posing in front of. A child’s drawing of the devil and the name Satan’s choice. That is what he aspired to growing up. Well, when he was young. Clearly he never did grow up. He aspired to the father of all lies. The master of betrayal. Murder to get gain.
The sad thing is, everyone knows Satan isn’t happy. Satan doesn’t have nirvana. He hasn’t reached those stages of epiphanies that led him to enlightenment. You can’t violate the golden rule on a daily basis and find peace of mind. Satan is miserable and his mandate is to make everyone miserable just like he is. Talk about a dead end mission statement.
If the fat ass with a grey mowhawk had beef with someone, why didn’t he just beat him up rather then shoot him in broad daylight? He wouldn’t have to spend the rest of his life in jail. The answer is simple. He couldn’t. He couldn’t take the guy so he shot him dead instead. Just another reason the Hells Angels and their brain dead puppets should be banned from Sturgis.
Saint John Police Chief Bill Reid is another Canadian idiot. He claims when the president of Bacchus recklessly shoots someone outside their clubhouse and endangers the life and safety of the entire neighbourhood, somehow that isn't gang related. That guy should be fired on the spot. Here's a picture of a Bacchus member riding with a cop. This is a betrayal of the public trust:
Take a look at this picture. It’s a member of Bacchus in Dartmouth with eyeballs tattooed on the back of his head that the Wind Demoz have on their facebook. One of the comments reads “Nice tat.” That is not nice ink. That is ridiculous. The Dutchman does nice work. You can tell that isn’t the Dutchman’s work because it looks like crap and is ridiculous. It’s not something he would agree to do. It’s not something he would sign his world renown reputation to. The question is, why on earth are these old men running around like idiots. When are they going to grow up?
Bacchus is moving out of their Saint John clubhouse
The Bacchus Motorcycle Club was moving out of its Saint John headquarters on Thursday morning, following an order from the Saint John Fire Department. Saint John police obtained a "do not occupy" order from the fire marshal's office for the clubhouse, located at 58 Pitt St., in the city's south end, said Const. Keith Copeland, of the major crime unit.
The move comes on the heels of the club's president, Matthew Thomas Foley, being charged with second-degree murder in the Saturday shooting death of Michael Thomas Schimpf, 31. "We were also working towards securing SCAN legislation — Safer Communities and Neighbourhoods — to permanently remove them from the property," said Copeland.
Bacchus president pleads guilty to manslaughter