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'Nike bikies', the Bandidos Centro, in Crime and Misconduct Commission''s spotlight

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BY: Josh Robertson

Australia - MOTORCYCLE gang members who don't even pretend to ride are part of the rise of new organised crime groups in Queensland.

Their key figures met as children doing traditional Serbian dancing in a Wacol church.

Some of their number first came to police attention after a humiliating pack rape on a Gold Coast teenager.

Now Queensland's newest outlaw motorcycle crew, the Bandidos Centro chapter, is embroiled in a Crime and Misconduct Commission (CMC) investigation of murder, drugs and violence.

The archetypal new school of "Nike bikies", Centro is stacked with recruits who don't ride motorcycles, and their attempts to open a Fortitude Valley clubhouse have so far foundered.

But they have stamped themselves as serious and violent players, according to the CMC, which is investigating whether some of their members were involved in the murder of Eight Mile Plains man Jei "Jack" Lee in April.

One Centro bikie fled overseas 19 hours after the murder.

Days later, Bosnian-born clubmates were allegedly involved in a brawl with Hells Angels associates in a Mt Gravatt restaurant.

That triggered a cross-club feud and a spate of bashings, arson and gun attacks.


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Posted on 8/6/2012 10:53 AM | 1%er News
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O.K. dude
Posted by mrmad on 8/7/2012 3:01 PM

I know some girl scouts looking to make some change. Maybe I can send them to see this George guy. What a crock of shit, motorcycle-less 1%ers?

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