According to the Post Chronicle, the leader of a national biker gang and 26 of his underlings have been indicted in Virginia on felony charges including extortion. These lowlives received a twelve-count federal grand jury indictment to the American Outlaw Association president, Jack Rosga also known as Milwaukee Jack of Milwaukee. Other members include the Pagans and Motorcycle Club.
They are charged with attempted murder, kidnapping, assault, robbery, witness intimidation, narcotics distribution, illegal gambling and weapons violations. The U.S. Attorney, Neil H. MacBride said the arrests are part of an aggressive attempt by the Department of Justice to dismantle the gangs who live in a world of violence.
The Outlaws were picked up in several states including Wisconsin, Maine, Montana, North Carolina, Tennessee, South Carolina and Virginia. The leader of the Outlaws, Rosga, was trying to take territory from Hell’s Angels; their rival bikers.He was planning multiple attacks along with the Pagans to show force to the rival biker gangs.