By Duncan McNab
Following the brilliant revelations within the bestselling Dead guy Running, comes this forensic exam of the worldwide way forward for organised crime - now being operated on an enormous scale through outlaw motorbike gangs.
One of the mind-blowing revelations within the bestselling reveal Dead guy Running, through Ross Coulthard and Duncan McNab, was once the trouble confronted by way of the Australian police in tackling the burgeoning crime empire that outlaw bike gangs have been constructing in our kingdom. the scoop simply will get worse - right here in Australia and at any place else those biker gangs flourish.
Above The Law takes a troublesome and chilling examine the worldwide way forward for organised crime, and divulges that the world's such a lot winning legal empire is now being operated on an important scale by way of outlaw bike gangs - an empire that's becoming in strength, succeed in and ruthlessness via the day.
Far surpassing the threats posed through the Mafia, Russian syndicates, chinese language Triads and eastern Yakuza...
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These days we often hear of journalists being ‘embedded’ in military units, the police, humanitarian organisations and the like. The idea is for journalists to walk in the shoes of their subject. Back in 1965–1966, the Hells Angels in Oakland had the foresight to have a journalist embedded with them, one Hunter S. Thompson. There was a degree of affinity from the outset as Thompson was also a former military man, and one that didn’t quite fit the mould. ’ Thompson, thanks in part to the support of Birney Jarvis, the ex-Hells Angel then reporting for the San Francisco Chronicle, was given remarkable access to Barger and his crew.
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