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20 members of the Kingsmen Motorcycle Club stood accused of wrongdoing last of those Kingsmen was sentenced ending a murder and conspiracy case

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When the dust cleared on the criminal charges against them, 20 members of the Kingsmen Motorcycle Club stood accused of wrongdoing.

On Tuesday, the last of those Kingsmen was sentenced, ending a murder and conspiracy case that for years captured the public’s attention.

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Timothy Enix, second in charge of the organization, was sentenced to 20 years in prison for his role in the killings of fellow Kingsmen Daniel “DJ” Szymanski and Paul Maue.

“The fact is you were the leader of a violent motorcycle gang,” U.S. District Judge Elizabeth A. Wolford told Enix. “The reality is you were involved in organized crime and you were intimately involved in it.”

From the start, the prosecution’s focus was on national president David Pirk and Andre Jenkins, the Kingsmen member who fired the gun that killed Maue and Szymanski. But during their trial – a three-month proceeding with 60 witnesses, many of them Kingsmen – f

A party with booze and multiple strippers allegedly attended by Hells Angels Motorcycle Club Members

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A party with booze and multiple strippers, allegedly attended by Hells Angels gang members, was held in one of Langley Township’s own facilities earlier this spring, according to an internal Township email.

The email exchange between staffers was sent a few days after the April 6 party, in which a group rented a room at the George Preston Recreation Centre.

“It was brought to my attention by [another staff member] that the Hells Angels rented a room at George Preston Arena on Saturday, April 06, 2019,” the email says. “This group is apparently known to Township staff due to having brought strippers to previous facility rentals.”

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The staff member went on to write that there were eight strippers at the April 6 event.

One staff member was told there was a problem in one of the washrooms, and walked in to find eight naked women inside.

“Staff were very uncomfortable,” the email exchange

A BIKER gang leader known as ‘King Kong’ has been captured by police The fugitive had reportedly been living in a luxury house

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Officers arrested the Dutchman at a bar in San Pedro on suspicion of ordering multiple murders in the Netherlands.

The 36-year-old is believed to be a prominent member of the outlawed Caloh Wagoh motorcycle club, considered a criminal organisation by Dutch police.

The fugitive had reportedly been living in a luxury house in Marbella with his pregnant wife and three children for several months.

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A video of the arrest shows a man in a white polo top and flip flops being tackled to the ground and pinned by two cops.

The man is currently in prison pending extradition back to the Netherlands.

The operation had been coordinated by Spain’s Special Response Groups for Organized Crime, working closely with Dutch authorities on the ground in Malaga.

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Caloh Wagoh is believed to have several hundred members, and like other

How To Deodorize Motorcycle Riding Gear

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When your riding gear stinks, you stink. And people notice—even if they're too polite to say so. But most anti-odor sprays don't actually fix the problem; they just cover up your funk. Skip the weak stuff and quit dousing yourself in chemicals. Instead, do a proper deep cleaning using a few household staples.

Freshen up
Freshen up (Brenda Weaver/)

Wash your jacket and helmet padding normally, using unscented detergents and antibacterial soaps. Separately, mix equal parts hot water and vinegar in a large bowl, and soak your boot insoles in the solution (three hours minimum). Rinse clean and air-dry.

Flip that lid
Flip that lid (Brenda Weaver/)

With the visor removed, take disinfecting wipes to your helmet’s inner shell, fixed impact liners, and assorted recesses where skunky buildups like to hide. Some online forums recommend spritzing perfume or cologne here. We do not.

Prepare anti-stink bombs...
Prepare anti-stink bombs... (Brenda Weaver/)

Scoop baking soda into a dozen small coffee filters. Knot off the end of each with a rubber band, forming a series of tidy pouches. These lower the pH levels in the surrounding space, a likely contributor of your gear’s nose- hair-singeing properties.

...and fire away
...and fire away (Brenda Weaver/)

Once your jacket is dry, line the pockets and empty armor slots with baking-soda pouches, then zip or button closed. Return dry padding to your helmet, drop a few pouches inside, and shut the vents. Seal the head and visor openings with cling wrap. Let both sit overnight.

Chill out
Chill out (Brenda Weaver/)

Deposit the remaining pouches in your gloves and boots. Place them in sealed oversize zip-lock bags, and set in the freezer overnight. This neutralizes pH while killing some feebler forms of bacteria. Make sure leather footwear is dry beforehand, lest shrinkage occur.

Swagger on
Swagger on (Brenda Weaver/)

Thaw your gloves and boots, reinsert insoles and jacket armor, and reattach your visor. Discard all used baking-soda pouches. Note the absence of cartoon stink lines emanating from your person. Ride off into the sunset, feeling clean as heck and smelling like a rose.

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