BY: Loukas Founten
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Australia - The Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) has urged the Supreme Court to toughen penalties on nine Finks Motorcycle Club members convicted over an Adelaide nightclub fight.
Six Finks were given four-month suspended jail sentences, while another three were ordered to serve custodial sentences because of other criminal matters.
The brawl, also involving members of the Hells Angels, erupted at a city nightclub in Hindley Street in May last year.
Security vision showed the men using bar stools to attack each other.
Charges against the Hells Angels were dropped because it was deemed they effectively were defending themselves.
DPP Adam Kimber sought a Supreme Court review of the penalties given by an Adelaide magistrate, arguing the four-month sentences were manifestly inadequate.
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