A federal judge has cleared the way for a Golden man to sue law enforcement officers for the injuries and damage they caused in executing an early morning, no-knock warrant as part of a large-scale operation against the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club.
Dustin J. Ullerich’s civil rights lawsuit described in graphic terms how he was “literally disemboweled” when a member of Jefferson County’s regional SWAT team shot him in the abdomen after trying to smash open his door at 4 a.m. Ullerich, who was reportedly in a weekslong coma from his injury, called the tactics “total overkill” and reckless.
00:00 Intro to show with Featured Motorcycle
02:39 Cannot believe you all bought that sheriffs press conference
08:08 HELLS ANGELS MC COLORADO CAN GO AFTER LAW ENFORCEMENT
12:55 This is very rare
- 3 people were killed and five others were injured after a shooting between rival biker gangs erupted at a New Mexico motorcycle rally
- THE FIVE SCAMS HARLEY DAVIDSON DEALERSHIPS PULL ON PEOPLE
- Crash in Lubbock possibly related to biker gang rivalry
- BANDIDOS MC & MONGOLS MC POSSIBLE DRIVE BY SHOOTING **VIDEO**
- Blessing of the Bikes brings thousands