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Hells Angels prospects convicted over attack that put six rival bikers in hospital

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By Christopher McKeon Senior Reporter

A gang of Hells Angels prospects have been found guilty of carrying out a “barbaric” attack on a rival motorcycle club in a village in east Surrey.

Six men were stabbed and badly beaten in an outbuilding behind the Forman Institute in Blindley Heath, which the Hells Angels turned into “a scene of bloody carnage” on November 7, 2018. A seventh man was also assaulted.

The victims all belonged to the Vikings Motorcycle Club or their support group the Wargs Brotherhood, and had only just arrived at the Forman institute for a meeting when a group of masked men burst into the outbuilding brandishing knives, baseball bats and other weapons.

These masked men were “prospects” – prospective members of the Hells Angels’ Slough chapter and their affiliated club the Red Devils, also based in Slough, carrying out the attack as part of a turf war with the Vikings.

In all, 13 men are believed to have carried out the attack at the Forman Institute.

Following a seven-week trial at Kingston Crown Court, seven of them – Przemyslaw Korkus, Jimi Kidd, Bartosz Plesniak, Piotr Zamijewski, Ladislav Szalay, Tamas Tomacsek and David Jacobs – were convicted of multiple offences, including six counts of wounding with intent in connection with their involvement in the violence. All now face lengthy prison sentences.

Detectives then tracked down Starnino, who drove to the state police barracks in Lincoln, where they saw “a bullet hole in the passenger side pillar between the front windshield and passenger side window.” They also found “a projectile resting on a portion of the vehicle’s undercarriage on the passenger side.”

Starnino told detectives earlier in the day he was turning onto Messer Street to make a delivery for his employer when he saw Lancia remove a “silver firearm from the small of his back and fire one round into the passenger side of the vehicle.”

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Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Preview 2019

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Flat Track racing has become a huge draw during Sturgis lately, and the show so far has been amazing. Watch as Indian and Harley-Davidson go head to head with bikes from Europe and Japan.
Flat Track racing has become a huge draw during Sturgis lately, and the show so far has been amazing. Watch as Indian and Harley-Davidson go head to head with bikes from Europe and Japan. (Buffalo Chip/)

The 79th Annual Sturgis Rally is just around the corner, so grab your chaps and load up the hog because it’s rally time! As usual, there are a full slate of kick-ass entertainment, life-altering rides, and divorce-causing debauchery to be had out there in the Black Hills of South Dakota for the half-million bikers who are set to descend on the state’s most notorious town. This year the rally gets underway August 2 and runs until the gas pumps go dry on August 11, so if you haven’t got your tickets yet, you may be SOL… But here’s the scoop anyway.

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The crowds at Sturgis always seem to start out with a ride down Main Street. After that, it’s time to go buck wild and have some fun.
The crowds at Sturgis always seem to start out with a ride down Main Street. After that, it’s time to go buck wild and have some fun. (Motorcyclist/)

Headlining the concerts this year includes country legend Keith Urban; rap megastar Snoop Dog; hair bands Jackyl, Skid Row, and Brett Michaels; and a slough of musicians all the way down to Saliva, Godsmack, and Tech N9ne can be witnessed first-hand at venues around town. There’s plenty of other major bands on the calendar—250 bands in 10 days, to be exact—so check the dates and dress accordingly. No wearing red bandanas at the Snoop concert, folks!

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Sturgis organizers expect to surpass 450,000 attendees for the 2019 Sturgis Rally.
Sturgis organizers expect to surpass 450,000 attendees for the 2019 Sturgis Rally. (Motorcyclist/)

As usual the Legendary Buffalo Chip Campground will host the best-of-the-best events including many of the main concerts, but this center for motorcycle mayhem also boasts babes, booze, and bikes like nothing most mortals have ever witnessed with their own eyes. It kicks off with the Bikini Beach Pre-party, then Hank Rotten Jr. makes his annual appearance with a litany of sacreligious comedy, the Girls of Flaunt burlesque show will make the big belly crew blush, the Hunks show up a few nights later to get the women worked up, before Godsmack starts the world’s largest mosh pit.

The Buffalo Chip Campground hosts live concerts, racing, and has been the premier party scene at Sturgis for many years and it keeps getting bigger.
The Buffalo Chip Campground hosts live concerts, racing, and has been the premier part
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