Hell's Angel

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Hell's Angel

n
a member of a motorcycle gang of a kind originating in the US in the 1950s, who typically dress in denim and Nazi-style paraphernalia and are noted for their initiation rites, lawless behaviour, etc
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Both Warwickshire Police and the Hell's Angels say they are not expecting any trouble this year after fears were raised last year that the event could see a showdown between rival factions.
Hell's Angels, armed with axes, knives, hammers, coshes and baseball bats, launched a "brutal, planned and premeditated attack" on members of the Outcasts in a struggle to be the pre-eminent bikers' group in the country, Mr Orlando Pownall, prosecuting, had alleged.
A SOURCE close to the Hell's Angels organisation today cast doubt on the theory that the murder was the result of a feud between rival chapters.
The couple were members of the Hell's Angels London chapter and lived opposite a Harley Davidson dealership in Mottingham where he was a mechanic.
Two men died and another was seriously injured when Hell's Angels attacked their rivals at a rock concert, an Old Bailey jury was told yesterday.
UNNERVING: The Hell's Angels gang members gather at their 'clubhouse'; FEARSOME: The den and bikers; HELP: MP Peter Hain
The Hell's Angels, hired as bodyguards, have been beating up fans, even the musicians who were performing, since the moment the concert began.
The men, members of the rival Hell's Angels and Outlaws motorcycle clubs, were found guilty at Birmingham Crown Court after a six-week trial.
Altamont Street fighting men: Hell's Angels beat fans in front of stage
They were found at a clubhouse owned by the West Wales chapter of the Hell's Angels in Haverfordwest.
I know his name but it's against Hell's Angels rules to tell you it even if it means me going to jail.
Last month an estimated 3,000 Hell's Angels from all over Europe and as far afield as Canada turned out for Mr Tobin's funeral where they escorted him on his final journey from Bethnal Green in east London to Mortlake Crematorium, near Richmond in west London.