Monday, 7 July 2014

Felix Lyle where is he? Alleged International President of Hells Angels....Australia is allegedly the heart of the network

FIVE Hells Angels bikies have walked free from a Sydney court just one day after another member was jailed indefinitely.

 Bikie boss Felix Lyle, head of the gang's Sydney chapter, and four other members fronted a Parramatta court on Wednesday where they were expected to stand trial for extortion and intimidation. It was alleged the four had fronted a car dealer and demanded a free sports scar.


THE son of a Hells Angels bikie gang boss "deeply regrets" his role in an elaborate money laundering conspiracy and plans to redeem himself, his mother said in an emotional plea to a judge.
Dallas Fitzgerald's mother Leigh wrote to a District Court judge as her son faces sentencing for a $20 million money laundering scheme.http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/news/nsw/bikie-son-dallas-fitzgerald-is-more-like-an-angel-to-mum/story-e6freuzi-1226199508947

Among the high-profile names was Felix Lyle, the president of the Hells Angels City Chapter, who was arrested in Sydney's CBD while his clubhouse on George St was raided. Court documents allege he offered to sell a Glock pistol to an informant between November 17 and December 6, 2011, in Sydney, along with amphetamines and cocaine on other separate dates. He was refused bail to appear in court on March 22.http://www.news.com.au/national/nsw-act/bikie-gangs-ready-to-start-the-killing/story-fndo4bst-1226595963161
with the increase in Hells Angels ranks to more than 100 members in NSW has come the retirement of at least six long-serving members last week, including Peter Zervas, whose brother Anthony was allegedly bashed to death in the airport brawl.
Another retiree was Anthony Wainohu, an original member of the Hells Angels' first Sydney chapter, formed in Guildford in 1975.
Since its inception in the United States in 1940, the Hells Angels - which now boasts 230 chapters in 27 countries - has adopted a corporate approach to its business dealings despite a ruthless reputation.


1975 The Hells Angels Ltd was formed, the link to Broughton Street Guildford?  We then have the person moving to Bella Vista.  This buy out of Bandidos to Hells Angels for $6 million was Felix Lyle's idea.

NOW WHERE IS FELIX LYLE?


A HELLS Angels bikie boss allegedly offered to broker a major arms deal that police fear would have seen 50 black-market Glock pistols flood Sydney's criminal underworld.
http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/hells-angels-bikie-boss-was-gun-broker/story-e6freuy9-1226596759674

http://www.news.com.au/national/nsw-act/bikie-gangs-ready-to-start-the-killing/story-fndo4bst-1226595963161

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