Saturday, November 23, 2013

Exclusive Interview with Gangsters out

Time to take it to the next level. Sounds like I have a book deal coming up. We’ll see how that works out. I’m not going to say what it’s about but you know it will be controversial. I wrote a chapter on the Vancouver gang war for Alex Caine’s next book about the Hells Angels called Angel Dust. That should be out in the summer.

In the mean time I’m going to do a couple exclusive interviews for the blog. Kerri Krysko the first ex wife of a full patch Hells Angel who wrote a book about her childhood and how she was drawn into the gang life has agreed to do an exclusive interview with me before she publishes her second tell all tale about her abusive relationship married to that particular Hells Angel.

Obviously, she’s not going to talk or write about club business. Just about how one Hells Angel she was marred to beat her and if I’m not mistaken, stopped paying his child support. After that, I understand Michael Green, the Pittbull look alike from TBM Fresh Start is coming to Canada next month. I'm hoping to meet up with him for an interview as well. He’s a former Hells Angel from Denmark and is the spokesperson for a support group that helps former gang members leave that life and get a fresh start on life. It’s a great program worth supporting. Stay tuned, more to come. Much more. Kerri Krysko's first book is still breaking sales records and is available at chapters in Canada or Barnes and Nobles in the US. It's also available online at


  1. Aside: Related Environmental issue re Oil Pipeline disaster that can happen here or anywhere at any time.

  2. I hate to say it, but I find it almost shocking that the ha haven't put a stop to this kind of negative exposure. Its obvious that people's attempts to share their stories have been stopped for less; drastically and tragically. I wish Kerri well in doing what needs to be done.

    1. As long as no one is getting arrested or going to jail as a result of such exposure, I doubt they care too much. Some, but not much. Remember that these guys want to be known for who they are, just not to pay a price for it in terms of lost earnings, jail time, or both.

      As well, what can they really do? Once someone is well known, the amount of heat that could come down might be even worse. I doubt these guys are stupid enough to risk the amount of public outrage that would follow Kerri disappearing or being found at "the dumping ground" in Surrey. Very risky that, could be a tipping point that would lead to very bad things. Best to "play it off" as that members business, such as they do drug convictions and such. "Nothing to do with the club".