The “one-percenter outlaw motorcycle clubs” or, simply motorcycle clubs comprising of outlaw bikers are a topic of much debate for anybody who has anything to do with law enforcement or bikers.
Motorcycle clubs like the Hells Angels, Mongols MC, Bandidos MC, etc. are the front-runners of this infamous sub-culture of bikers and have been widely depicted in entertainment and journalistic media.
There’re a lot of things that people don’t know about these clubs and their outlaw members. And some of it is quite shocking and even much different than how most people presume them to be.
Charles Falco is an undercover agent with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms, the agency most bothered by these motorcycle clubs, because most of them mostly run illegal arms trade and drug trade. In his years of experience as an outlaw biker, he learned several things. He’s now coming out with a book on it, by the name “My infiltration of Amerika’s Deadliest Biker clubs”.
Here are 5 of the shocking revelations..
1. Not rebel nonconformists
These guys may be outlaws, but they’re far from being rebels. While they may not respect the authority of the state, they religiously fall within and adhere to the authority of their club. These clubs follow a strict military rank structures, vote in “officers”, have their members wear their “cuts” all the time, and implement the patch system very strongly.
2. Skilled Killers
They aren’t just a bunch of thugs with guns shooting random people. They meet in their “churches” to share information gathered by intelligence, surveillance, and study of rival clubs. And, they have the ability to eliminate rivals and “problem-makers” very methodically.
3. Protocol, Rules, Regulations, Discipline
All these motorcycle clubs have rules and regulations which the members are expected to religiously abide by, no matter where they are, who they are, or what they are doing. A strong discipline and hierarchy is maintained, all the way from the top-runners to the prospects!
Most of these clubs have a lot of members who have served in the U.S. military formerly and have been deployed on domestic and international missions, tours, and installations. Their military training helps them be really methodical in their attack tactics and use of combat machinery, including guns.
5. Deplorable Treatment Of Women
Nearly all of the outlaw clubs are comprised entirely of men as their main members. That isn’t to say there aren’t any women around. And they’re treated deplorably. The women associated with these clubs to have a hierarchy, albeit a different one. They start out as “sheep”, then become “mamas”, and finally become “ole ladies”. Many of them proudly wear shirts that say “Property of XYZ”. Then, there’re also women who’re called “pass-arounds” who submit to sexual acts before multiple members, and not uncommonly, at the same time.
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