These are a few of the businesses that members of outlaw motorcycle clubs increasingly are operating to keep a low profile, launder money and expand their influence, Ontario’s police chiefs warn.
Bikers are “comfortable” dropping their patches – the three-piece vests that signify their membership in an outlaw motorcycle club – to run businesses that allow them to launder money while expanding their influence in business sectors and civil society, according to an Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police (OACP) report on organized crime.
00:00 Introduction to the ABATE Debate
00:35 Ruling from the Supreme Court
02:00 The Great ABATE DEBATE
03:55 We’re fighting a losing battle
05:57 There has never been outreach to the younger bikers to join
09:00 Members feel let down
11:52 Have to be realy happy to live here
12:17 OUTLAW BIKERS RUNNING LEGITIMATE BUSINESSES TO LAUNDER MONEY