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Coffin cheaters

As you may know there are several clubs known as the Coffin Cheaters. We are the original club. In"Preacher" was coming home from the service and was invited to visit a member of the coffin cheaters in Long Beach, California.

After an extended period of time, a lot of partying and serious riding, "Preacher" returned home to Cleveland, Ohio.

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When he returned he picked up riding with friends who wanted to start a club in Cleveland. Sometime there after, the Long Beach chapter patched over to another club the offer was made to the Cleveland chapter but declined. The Cleveland patch was changed shortly after to what it is today. We have lost many brothers who were killed during the biker gang wars of the 60's and 70's for us.

Most notable, an out of town gang shot and killed or wounded several of the brothers. Shot in the Back in a bar in Cleveland, Ohio.

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The situation was quickly dealt with and they were sent back to parts unknown. Our original charter members are getting up in age but are still partying and riding. Our sons and relatives are caring on and hopefully some of their sons will do the same. We look for no trouble, but our history dictates that we do not hesitate to settle any. Many people ask why they don't hear a lot about our club. Leave us alone and we will leave you alone. We do not participate or condone the use of or sale of guns, drugs or any illegal activity of any kind.

Please contact admin if this is or was your motorcycle club and you wish to add, edit or remove any of this content.An bikie gang member has taken to social media to vent his frustration after being told he couldn't eat at a pub as his tattoos were deemed 'illegal'. Sefa Rotuma claims he was going for a meal at the Eaton Tavern when he was turned away after the manager refused service as he had 'Coffin Cheaters' tattooed on his arm.

The heavily tattooed bikie has slammed the Western Australian premises after he was left outraged by the way he was treated. Sefa Rotuma pictured claims the manager refused service as he had 'Coffin Cheaters' tattooed on his arm.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Eaton Tavern for comment. Under the Liquor Licensing Act, licensees can choose to set dress standards which are suitable for their clubs, pubs or taverns. The heavily tattooed bikie has slammed the Western Australian premises after he was left outraged. From one community to the next; or between one licensed premises and another; or between one patron and another; or at different times during the evening eg.

The post was believed to be deleted from his page, but others have shared a screen grab of his rant, with many jumping to the man's defence. And another said: 'Honest opinion, this is wrong. One should not be judged on choice of art work. Or body modifications, a persons a person. Service is service.

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Bloke just wanted a feed. Rotuma claims he was going for a feed at the Eaton Tavern pictured when he was turned away by a manager. While many agreeing with the manager after she denied service, claiming the action has been a common rule at pubs and clubs around Australia. If I had a restaurant I would serve you love!!! Another posted: 'This law of right to refuse service has been around for a long time.

The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline. Argos AO. Share this article Share. Share or comment on this article: Facebook rant by 'Coffin Cheater' biker exposes ban from pub over tattoos e-mail.

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Events escalated over a five-day period where Selwyn Wharepapa, one of the leaders of the Perth Mongrel Mob, was injured in the bombing of the Mongrel Mob's metalwork shop with two kilograms of gelignite and the Mongrel Mob retaliated with attempted explosion at a tattoo shop linked with the Gypsy Jokers.

The following night police raided three homes, arresting seven people, including Wharepapa in possession of firearms, baseball bats and drugs. Two days later, Wharepapa was shot in the groin in the Perth suburb of Swan View. It was enough to finally force the Mongrel Mob to leave Perth. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved 1 June Sydney Morning Herald. The Sydney Morning Herald. Outlaw motorcycle clubs. AK81 Operation Black Rain. List of outlaw motorcycle clubs Outlaw biker film.

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Perth, Australia.They are a military based club and are in no way related to the club discussed in this article. This style of acronym is very common amongst one percenter motorcycle clubs.

The Gladiators have multiple chapters throughout New South Wales. At one time or another chapters have existed in the following locations. Gladiators MC clubs have opened over the world. These chapters only share loose connections with eachother. He is now a notable author on the outlaw motorcycle club scene.

Five prohibited firearms, four Chinese assault rifles and a sawn-off rifle are found in the search. During the trial the defence claimed that the storage unit had been rented in his name however it was done under the instruction of another member who wished to use the unit for the storage of club equipment.

In June Steven Gardiner is sentenced to five years in prison. The man was suffering from four gunshot wounds to the torso. He was in a stable condition.

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He had been shot while riding his motorcycle along the nearby Wine Country Drive in the suburb of North Rothbury. Over 30 police including those from the special operation group Strike Force Raptor, a group dedicated to the investigation of outlaw motorcycle clubs, perform a raid on the Gladiators MC Gunnedah clubhouse in Bloomfield Street. Five men are searched, consisting of three members of the club along with two volunteers who were operating a barbecue in preparation for other members returning from a club poker run.

Police seize all items within the clubhouse, including televisions, beer, club signage, furniture and a pool table. There are no arrests made and no drugs or other illegal items found as part of the raid. Furthermore he notes that in the 10 years since the Gunnedah chapter was formed not a single one of their members has been convicted of a serious crime.

The operations was being performed as part of Strike Force Meaney, a group who were set up to investigate the manufacture and supply of amphetamines in the Hunter Valley area. The bar and stage inside the clubhouse were destroyed by police during the raid, along with further damage being noted to the walls, furniture and other items in the clubhouse.

No drugs were located as part of the raid on the clubhouse. Four men are arrested during the raids on various charges including the possession of weapons, receiving stolen property, dealing with the proceeds of crime and commercial drug supply.

Gladiators Motorcycle Club member Scott Andrews, who was one of those arrested in the 28 October, raids of the Gladiators Maitland chapter clubhouse, pleads guilty to having prohibited weapons without a permit. The prohibited weapons that he was found with were a single set of handcuffs, a single butterfly knife and a single bullet.

He advises that he had found the single bullet nearby on the street. He receives a 12 month good behaviour bond. View this book on Amazon link opens in a new window.

Skip to content. One Percenter Motorcycle Clubs. Gladiators Motorcycle Club Chapters. Share this:.Updated August 21, The Coffin Cheaters bikie gang clubhouse in Melbourne has been targeted as part of a series of raids across the city's south-east. Police stormed the Braeside headquarters this morning along with homes in Windsor, Parkdale and Aspendale. A year-old man was arrested over "drug related" offences at the Windsor property, police said. Acting Inspector John Cormack said the raids were part of an ongoing investigation into the bikie gang.

The squad has raided several high profile bikie gangs recently including properties of the Comancheros, Bandidos and Hells Angels. One person linked to the gang came to the property this morning to let police into the clubhouse.

Michael Kerr lives next to the house raided in Windsor and said he heard police barging into the house at about am. Mr Kerr said he was surprised his neighbours were being targeted because "they seemed like nice guys". But other neighbours have reported problems with the house saying people were often coming and going. Topics: policemelbournebraeside First posted August 21, More stories from Victoria.

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Photo: The Coffin Cheaters' Braeside headquarters was one of the properties raided by police. Photo: Police smashed through in the door of the Windsor property during early morning raids. External Link: Police raided several properties in suburbs in Melbourne's south-east.

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Among the item seized was a double barrel 12 gauge sawn-off shotgun, a Bentley 12 gauge shotgun, a 0. Mr Nigam told the court his client would enter pleas of not guilty and should be granted bail because it could be up to 18 months before the case went to trial. Inside, the police prosecutor said the guns were found concealed behind false wall and in hidden compartments throughout the home.

The court was told in a bar area, guns were hidden in a wall that was access through a removable wooden panel held in place with Velcro tabs.

In another room used as a gym, two large mirrors covered access to a digital safe and metal box concealed between the brickwork which also contained guns.

A taser that looked like a mobile phone and knifes concealed as a credit card and belt bucket were also seized in the master bedroom while shotgun ammunition was found in the kitchen. Charges against Rebels nominee Brock Kevin Johnston were dropped during his first appearance in the Supreme Court in November after prosecutor Amanda Forrester said there was no reasonable prospect of a conviction.

Outside of court, Mr Finnerty described himself as a long-time friend of Mr Mule and that he was confident the charges would be sorted out and Mr Mule would be present at the birth of his child. Mr Mule is charged with five counts of aggravated possession of an unlicensed firearm, four counts of possession of an unlicensed firearm, possessing more than three unlicensed firearms, possessing a silencer, three counts of possessing unlicensed ammunition, two counts of possessing bulletproof clothing and three counts of possessing prohibited weapons.

Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers on make a report online at www. All rights reserved. Close navigation menu Subscribe Log In. The West Live. Search Search. Crime WA News. Rourke Walsh The West Australian. Thursday, 13 April PM. Play Video. Illegal weapons bust The West Australian. WA Police have allegedly uncovered an "armoury" of weapons in Landsdale.

The West Australian. The West Network West Classifieds. The Game. West Video. West Benefits. West Regional Network. West Travel Club. West Announcements. WestBusiness Events.It was an act of contempt to a rival gang member and it set off a bloody public clash that left several WA bikies in hospital in October Families who had gathered to enjoy a Sunday afternoon at the drag races fled in fear as bad blood between two gangs boiled over into all-out war.

The feud between the Coffin Cheaters and the fledgling Finks over high-profile turncoat Troy Mercanti erupted when members of the clubs unexpectedly turned up at the event at Kwinana Motorplex. Two carloads of Finks had just arrived at a public staging area where racers were preparing their modified motorcycles when they spotted a passing Coffin Cheater. One spat at him from the car and the Cheater retaliated by punching him through the window. As the Finks piled out of the car, ready for a brawl, they were set on by several Cheaters, with others running from around the venue to join in.

The clash put three Finks bikies in hospital after one was shot in the thigh, another had three fingers severed and all three had head injuries.

Police said at the time that it was only luck that bystanders were not injured or killed. In the years since, there have been no major outbreaks, but fire-bombings, drive-by shootings and bashings have kept police busy as they try to keep a lid on tensions between the 13 gangs.

Police concede they are fortunate WA has not witnessed some of the same violence common in other States. Just last month Canberra residents were caught up in a continuing bikie feud when a bullet fired in a targeted shooting at a neighbouring home came within a metre of them as they slept. His rented home was peppered with bullets last month while his wife and two-week-old son were inside, and his car was firebombed. Several years earlier he had played a role in the Sydney airport manslaughter of a Hells Angels bikie.

WA Police attribute some of the calm here to relationships between the local gangs and, of course, the policing efforts. University of WA law and criminology lecturer Jade Lindley believes laws should be the same across Australia to help law enforcement deal more easily with cross-border issues.

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Outlaw motorcycle gang expert Mark Lauchs, a Queensland University of Technology associate professor, said there was evidence bikies were moving out of Queensland and NSW because of tough anti-consorting laws. Associate Professor Lauchs believed they could eventually head to WA. Associate Professor Lauchs said WA was fortunate that it was a long way away so was probably not the first choice for gangs relocating their criminal operations.

He said making sure police were well resourced to target bikies and anti-consorting laws — which made it unlawful for gang members to associate with each other in public or private — was the best ways to disrupt the gangs. He has not revealed details but hopes to introduce legislation in Parliament this year. All rights reserved. Close navigation menu Subscribe Log In. The West Live. Search Search. Crime WA News. What happened when the Coffin Cheaters and Finks bikies declared war.

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