Australia Motorcycle Club News bikie news

An alleged Lone Wolf biker who threatened police with legal action to claw back a cut and patches seized in a raid has had them returned.

New age of Biking and Brotherhood
The most popular selling book on the biker lifestyle Available at all major book stores

An alleged Lone Wolf bikie who threatened police with legal action to claw back a cut and patches seized in a raid has had them returned.

Detectives allegedly seized the items from Saleh Atasoy’s Benowa rental property in December, but his lawyer claimed in court documents he didn’t believe they were being used as evidence.

In an affidavit filed to Southport Magistrates Court, Atasoy’s solicitor Rijald Hadzalic said he was told by police they were still “trying to find a reason to hold on to it”.

The documents state the items were listed as “Lone Wolf Vest and Patches” with police alleging he has ties to the outlaw motorcycle group.

Insane Throttle Biker News
Check out Insane Throttle on YouTube for more happenings in the Biker Scene from the #1 Biker Podcast Motorcycle Madhouse host James “Hollywood” Macecari

Mr Hadzalic claimed police still had two sets of keys belonging to Atasoy that he said was also not evidence. The accused bikie was forced to pay for a new set of locks and keys when he severed ties to the Benowa rental property as police still had possession of them, court documents allege.

Despite all the negativity surrounding this outlaw motorcycle club Hells Angels have had plenty of incredible achievements in their history

In an attempt to force the hands of police the application was filed last month to have the items returned.

Police were never served the application but days after the matter was briefly heard in court it is understood the items were returned.

Last week, Mr Hadzalic told the Bulletin efforts to get the items back so far had “fallen on deaf ears”.

Four men – including a senior member of the Nomads Outlaw Motorcycle Club and two associates – have been arrested as part of investigations into public place shootings

“The police have no reason to arbitrarily seize and hold items that are not evidence of the commission of an offence,” he said. “One would think that something as innocuous as two sets of keys and an item of clothing would be returned without issue.”

Mr Hadzalic said Atasoy had not spoken with police about any association with the Lone Wolf Motorcycle Club.

Motorcycle Madhouse Radio Show
In your face non politically correct with James “Hollywood”Macecari #1 in Biker Radio

Police say they’ve charged 10 people including three Hells Angels as part of a probe into a drug-trafficking ring

The Queensland Police Service said it would be inappropriate to comment on the matter as it was an ongoing investigation and before the courts.

In December, Atasoy was arrested after detectives seized guns, luxury cars, a motorbike, jewellery and drugs from his property. He was charged with a string of drug and weapon offences, and in a separate matter, was charged with trafficking earlier this month, for which he is currently remanded in custody.

“These guys are Hells Angels wannabees” Puppet clubs of the outlaw motorcycle gangs are just as dangerous as the real thing

Mr Hadzalic told the Bulletin he had “multiple clients” during the past month who had property seized arbitrarily during raids. “Police must abide by the rules contained in the Police Powers and Responsibilities Act and most do, except for a certain few who believe they can skirt the law without consequence,” he said.

The Gold Coast Bulletin

1 comment

  1. Cuts/ Patches are off limit to any Fucling level of Gov. Fucking Cops live above the Law. Their ALL FUCKING CROOKED. Ain’t No Good Cop. Can’t trust Any Gov or Court System. It’s All About The Damn Money. Fn em All


Comments are closed.

%d bloggers like this: