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VLAD laws concerns eased

The “Yandina Five” look like avoiding more jail time after the new Labor Queensland Government has declared the VLAD laws “go too far”. New Attorney-General Yvette D’Ath has eased the minds of recreational riders and law-abiding people who may associate with members of declared criminal bikie clubs. The Attorney-General has been tasked with setting up …

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Crime summit on anti-bikie laws

A crime summit to discuss the bikie issue and the new laws rushed into parliament will be held on the Gold Coast this Friday. The summit has been organised by the State Opposition, but they claim it is “bipartisan” and have issued the open invitation t anyone who wants to discuss the issue. (IF YOU …

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Leather vests attract cops under anti-bikie laws

Riders wearing leather vests (like those pictured) can expect to be pulled over and questioned under the world’s toughest anti-bikie laws. Motorcycle Riders Association of Queensland president Cris Mearns says that on the same day the Vicious Lawless Association Disestablishment Bill became an Act of Queensland Parliament, his organisation received two complaints from innocent, law-abiding …

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